Studies in the History of English Commerce in the Tudor Period: I. The Organization and Early History of the Muscovy Company, by Armand J. Gerson, PH.D. II. English Trading Expeditions Into Asia Under the Authority of the Muscovy Company (1557-1581) by Earnest V. Vaughn, PH.D. III. English Trade in the Baltic During the Reign of Elizabeth
University of Pennsylvania, 1912 - Great Britain - 344 pages
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