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One market or many? London and the grain trade of England


Paper given at a conference organised by the Centre for Metropolitan History and supported by the Economic and Social Research Council, 7 July 1999

Galloway, James A. (2000) One market or many? London and the grain trade of England. In: Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c.1300-1600. CMH Working Paper Series . UNSPECIFIED.


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Additional Information: Citation: James A. Galloway, 'One market or many? London and the grain trade of England', in James A. Galloway (ed.), Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c.1300-1600 (CMH, 2000), pp.23-42. Series: CMH Working Papers Series, No. 3.
Subjects: History
Keywords: urban, trade, England, economy, medieval, grain, grain prices
Divisions: Institute of Historical Research > Centre for Metropolitan History
Collections: Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c.1300-1600
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URI: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/id/eprint/42
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