By Jonathan Harlow
Issue 29, Summer 2015 pp 9-15
“The trade which made Bristol prosperous was also valuable to the English government. About half the Parliamentary revenue of the Crown came from Customs duties and Bristol contributed around £50-60,000 of it, perhaps up to ten percent of the whole”. Jonathan Harlow looks at smuggling through Bristol’s port, and various attempts made to lessen the amount of criminal activity”.
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