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The failure of the cloth trade to Surat and the internationalisation of English mercantilist thought, 1614-1621. / Pettigrew, William A.

The East India Company, 1600-1857: Essays on Anglo-Indian Connection. Taylor and Francis, 2016. p. 21-43.

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Pettigrew, WA 2016, The failure of the cloth trade to Surat and the internationalisation of English mercantilist thought, 1614-1621. in The East India Company, 1600-1857: Essays on Anglo-Indian Connection. Taylor and Francis, pp. 21-43. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315563466

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Pettigrew, W. A. (2016). The failure of the cloth trade to Surat and the internationalisation of English mercantilist thought, 1614-1621. In The East India Company, 1600-1857: Essays on Anglo-Indian Connection (pp. 21-43). Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315563466

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Pettigrew WA. The failure of the cloth trade to Surat and the internationalisation of English mercantilist thought, 1614-1621. In The East India Company, 1600-1857: Essays on Anglo-Indian Connection. Taylor and Francis. 2016. p. 21-43 https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315563466

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Pettigrew, William A. / The failure of the cloth trade to Surat and the internationalisation of English mercantilist thought, 1614-1621. The East India Company, 1600-1857: Essays on Anglo-Indian Connection. Taylor and Francis, 2016. pp. 21-43

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