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Merchants logo gif - 9347 BytesThis website, produced by Australian historian Dan Byrnes, is a no-frills, text-based website designed simply to list historical and genealogical information on many notable merchants and traders of what is termed, the Western World.

revising.gif - 1705 BytesAustralian Encyclopedia. In 10 Vols. Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1958. Grolier Society of Australia, 1962. Various entries

Willis J. Abbot, The Story of our Merchant Marine. (US history) New York, 1919.*


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Russell L. Ackoff, Re-Creating The Corporation: A Design of Organizations For The 21st Century. nd? Remaindered, 2003.

The Merchant Networks Project
Merchant Networks Project logo by Lou Farina

The history websites on this domain now have a companion website on a new domain, at Merchant Networks Project produced by Dan Byrnes and Ken Cozens (of London).

This website (it is hoped) will become a major exercise in economic and maritime history, with some attention to Sydney, Australia.

Peter Adams, Fatal Necessity: British Intervention in New Zealand, 1830-1847. Oxford University Press, 1977.

S. Airlie, The Thistle and the Bamboo: The Life and Times of Sir. J. S. Lockhart. Hong Kong, 1989.

Robert G. Albion, Forests and Sea Power: The Timber Problems of the Royal Navy, 1652-1862. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1926.

Robert G. Albion, Naval and Maritime History: An Annotated Bibliography. 4th Edn, Mystic, 1972.*

G. W. Allen, Our Navy and the West Indian Pirates. 1929 (US viewpoints) See also, F. B. C. Bradlee, Piracy in the West Indies and its Suppression. 1923.*

Virginia B. Anderson, Maritime Mystic. Mystic, 1962.*

Kenneth R. Andrews, Trade, Plunder and Settlement: Maritime Enterprise and the Genesis of the British Empire, 1480-1630. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1984.

K. R. Andrews, `The English in the Caribbean, 1560-1620', pp. 103-123 in K. R. Andrews, N. P. Canny and P. E. H. Hair, (Eds.), The Westward Enterprise: English Activities in Ireland, the Atlantic and America, 1480-1650. Liverpool University Press, 1978.

Kenneth R. Andrews, Elizabethan Privateering: English Privateering during the Spanish War, 1585-1603. Cambridge at the University Press, 1964.

Kenneth R. Andrews, The Spanish Caribbean: Trade and Plunder, 1530-1630. London, Yale University Press, 1978.

Kenneth R. Andrews, Ships, Money and Politics: Seafaring and Naval Enterprise in the Reign of Charles I. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1991.


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Kenneth R. Andrews, Trade, Plunder and Settlement: Maritime Enterprise and the Genesis of the British Empire, 1480-1630. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Marcia Angell, The Truth About The Drug Companies. Scribe, 2005, 352pp.

Roger Anstey and P. E. How, (Eds.), Liverpool, The African Slave Trade and Abolition. Vol. 2. Historical Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1976.

Sippanah Arasaratnam, Maritime Commerce and English Power. Aldershot, England, Variorum, 1996. (On matters of colonialism and South-East Asia)

Herbert Asbury, The Gangs of New York. 1928. *

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John Bailey, The White Divers of Broome. Pan Macmillan, 2001.(On a failed experiment circa 1912 to replace Japanese pearl divers with British Royal Navy-trained divers, a strange experiment in views on racial superiority).

Sister Mary Albertus Bain, Full Fathom Five. (Mammoth history of Western Australia's pearling industry).

Glen Barclay, A History of the Pacific: From the Stone Age to the Present Day. London, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1978.

George F. Bass, A History of Seafaring. London, Thames and Hudson, 1972.

Charles Bateson, The Convict Ships, 1787-1868. [Orig. 1959] Sydney, A. H. and A. W. Reed, 1974.

K. Jack Bauer, A Maritime History of the United States: The Role of America's Seas and Waterways.. University of South Carolina Press, 1988.

James P. Baugham, The Mallorys of Mystic. (On a noted shipping industry family) * Middletown, 1972.

Horace Beck, Folklore and the Sea. Mystic. Connecticut, Mystic Seaport Museum, nd-recent.

William J. Bernstein, The Birth of Plenty: How the Prosperity of the Modern World was Created. McGraw-Hill, 2004, 420pp.


Ian Berryman, `Solomon Levey, Thomas Peel, and the Founding of the Swan River Colony', Journal of the Australian Jewish Historical Society, Volume 10, Part 6, 1989., pp. 463-475.

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G. Bhagat, 'Americans and American Trade in India, 1784-1814', The American Neptune, Vol. 46, No. 1, 1986., pp. 6-15.

Lennard Bickel, Australia's First Lady: The Story of Elizabeth Macarthur. North Sydney, Australia, Allen and Unwin, 1991.

Geoffrey Blainey, The Tyranny of Distance: How Distance Shaped Australia's History. Melbourne, Sun Books, 1966.

Claude Blair, The History of Silver. London, Tiger Books International, 1987.*

George Blake, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 1760-1966. London, Printed by Lloyd's Register of Shipping, nd? [1960?]

Paul Bloomfield, Edward Gibbon Wakefield: Builder of the British Commonwealth. London, Longman's Green and Co., 1961. With genealogical table.

David Bodanis, Electric Universe: How Electricity Switched on the Modern World. Little Brown, 2005, 237pp.

W. Jeffrey Bolster, Black Jacks: African-American Seamen in the Age of Sail. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, nd-recent/1990s?.

John Booker, Traveller's Money. London, Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd., 1994.

Douglas Botting (Ed.), and the Editors of Time-Life Books, The Seafarers: The Pirates. Alexandria, Virginia, Time-Life Books, 1978., pp. 100ff on Kidd.

H. R. Fox Bourne, English Merchants: Memoirs in Illustration of the Progress of British Commerce. London, Chatto and Windus, 1886. [Kraus Reprint Co., New York, 1969 in Two Vols.

David Boyle, Authenticity: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the  Lust for Real Life. HarperCollins, 2003, 269pp. (The sidebars say eg: "What is real and what is fake? How can a Big Mac be fake? Surely it's a big Mac?" "Coca Cola's fastest-growing product line is bottled water." And so on...)

C. W. Bowen, Lewis and Arthur Tappan. (US business history) *

F. C. Bowen, America Sails The Seas. New York, 1938.*

Keith Bradsher, High and Mighty: SUVs, The World's Most Dangerous Vehicles and How They Got That Way. Publisher? 2002-2003?*

Robert Brenner, Merchants and Revolution: Commercial Change, Political Conflict, and London's Overseas Traders, 1550-1653. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1993.

Frank J. A. Broeze, 'British intercontinental shipping and Australia, 1813-1850', Journal of Transport History, New Series, Vol. 4, 1977-1978., pp. 189-207.

Frank J. A. Broeze, 'Foundation of fortune: the imperial axis, Flower-Salting-Challis', The Push From the Bush, No. 8, December 1980., pp. 50-74.)

Frank J. A. Broeze, Mr Brooks and the Australian Trade: Imperial Business in the Nineteenth Century. Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, 1993.

Norman J. Brouwer, International Register of Historic Ships. Annapolis, 1985.*

Anthony J. Brown, Ill-starred Captains: Flinders and Baudin. Crawford House, 2001, 512pp.

John Bruce, Annals of the Honourable East India Company. Three Vols. London, Court of Directors of the East India Company, 1810.

Jaap R. Bruijan and Femme S. Gaastra, Ships, Sailors and Spices: East India Companies and Their Shipping in the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries. Amsterdam, Neha, 1993.

Samuel W. Bryant, The Sea and the States. New York, 1947. *(US maritime history)

B. R. Burg, Sodomy and the Pirate Tradition: English Sea Rovers in the Seventeenth Century Caribbean. New York University Press, 1995 edition.

John Burke and John Bernard Burke, A Genealogical and Heraldic History of Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland. Second edition. London, John Russell Smith. [Facsimile of the 1964 edition]. Hereafter, Burke's Extinct.

Burke's, A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry. London, Edn. 18.

John Burke and John Bernard Burke, A Genealogical and Heraldic History of Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland. Second edition. London, John Russell Smith. [Facsimile of the 1964 edition]. Or, Burke's Extinct.

Daniel Burnstein and Arne de Keijzer, Big Dragon: China's Future: What it means for Business, the Economy, and the Global Order. nd? Remaindered, 2003.

S. J. Butlin, The Foundation of the Australian Monetary System, 1788-1851. Sydney, Sydney University Press, 1968.

S. J. Butlin, Australia and New Zealand Bank: The Bank of Australasia and the Union Bank of Australia Limited, 1828-1851. Longmans, London, 1961.

Dan Byrnes, 'The Blackheath Connection: London Local History and the Settlement at New South Wales, 1786-1806', The Push, A Journal of Early Australian Social History, No. 28, 1990., pp. 50-98. (The Blackheath Connection as discovery was greatly due to the generosity in information sharing of noted local historian there, Neil Rhind.)

Update: March 2002: For more information on Blackheath in London, visit a site managed by the noted local historian there, Neil Rhind, now preparing his third book on the history of his area: http://www.blackheath.org

Dan Byrnes, A Bitter Pill: An assessment of the significance of the meeting between Thomas Jefferson and Duncan Campbell of the British Creditors in London, 23 April, 1786. Unpublished. Armidale, NSW, Australia, November 1994.

Christopher Byron, Martha Inc: The Incredible Story of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. John Wiley and Sons, 2002.

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Canadian Dictionary of Biography. Vol. 4, 1771-1800. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1979.

Deborah Cadbury, Seven Wonders of the Industrial World. Fourth Estate, 2004.

J. M. R. Cameron, 'Traders, government officials and the occupation of Melville Island in 1824', The Great Circle, Vol. 7, No. 2, October 1985., pp. 88-99.

R. Cameron, A Concise Economic History of the World: From Paleolithic Times to the Present. Third edition. Oxford University Press, 1997.

Charles Campbell, The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement, 1776-1857. Bowie, Maryland, Heritage Books, Inc., 1994.

J. J. A. Campos, History of the Portuguese in Bengal. London/Calcutta, Butterworth and Co., 1919.

Harold B. Carter, His Majesty's Spanish Flock: Sir Joseph Banks and the Merinoes of George III of England. Sydney, Angus And Robertson, 1964.

Harold B. Carter, Sir Joseph Banks, 1743-1820. London, British Museum (Natural History), 1988.)

Youssef Cassis, 'Bankers in English Society in the late eighteenth century', Economic History Review, Series 2, Vol. 38, No. 2, May 1985., pp. 210-229. Youseff Cassis, City Bankers, 1890-1914. Cambridge University Press, 1994.

S. D. Chapman, 'British Marketing Enterprise: the changing roles of merchants, manufacturers and financiers, 1700-1860', Business History Review, Vol. 53, 1979., pp. 205-234.

Youssef Cassis, 'Bankers in English Society in the late eighteenth century', Economic History Review, Series 2, Vol. 38, No. 2, May 1985., pp. 210-229.

D. A. Chandler, Jnr, The Visible Hand: The Managerial Revolution in American Business. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1977.

E. Keble Chatterton, The Mercantile Marine. London, William Heinemann Ltd., 1923.

E. Keble Chatterton, Ventures and Voyages. London, Longmans Green, 1928.

K. N. Chaudhuri, The Trading World of Asia and the English East India Company, 1660-1760. London, Cambridge University Press, 1978.

K. N. Chaudhuri, The English East India Company: The Study of an Early Joint-Stock Company, 1600-1640. London, Frank Cass, 1965.

K. N. Chaudhuri, 'The English East India Company's Shipping, (c.1660-1760)', in Jaap R. Bruijan and Femme S. Gaastra, Ships, Sailors and Spices: East India Companies and Their Shipping in the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries. Amsterdam, Neha, 1993.


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W. E. Cheong, Mandarins and Merchants: Jardine Matheson and Co: A China Agency of the Early Nineteenth Century. London, Curzon Press, (Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies, Monograph Series, No. 26), 1979., p. 243 and p. 258, Note 20.

W. E. Cheong, Mandarins and Merchants: Jardine Matheson and Co: A China Agency of the Early Nineteenth Century. London, Curzon Press, (Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies, Monograph Series, No. 26), 1979., p. 243 and p. 258, Note 20.

Ian R. Christie, British `non-elite' MPs, 1715-1820. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1995.

Tan Chung, 'The Britain-China-India trade triangle, 1771-1840', The Indian Economic and Social History Review, Vol. 11, No. 4, December 1974., pp. 411-431.

Glynn Christian, Fragile Paradise: The Discovery of Fletcher Christian, Bounty Mutineer. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1982.

Greg Citser, Fat Land: How Americans Became the Fattest People in the World. Penguin, 2003, 232pp.

G. Clark, World Prehistory: A New Outline. Cambridge University Press, 1969.

G. Clark and S. Piggot, Prehistorical Societies. London, Hutchinson, 1965.

Warwick Clay, South Pacific Anchorages. St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, England, Imray Laurie Norrie and Wilson, 1996. http://www.imray.com

Sir Henry Clay, Lord Norman. London, Macmillan, 1957.

John Clive, Macaulay: The Shaping of the Historian. New York, Knopf, 1974.

Austin Coates, Macao and the British, 1637-1842: Prelude to Hong Kong. Hong Kong, Oxford University Press, 1988.

A. W. Bob Coats, On the History of Economic Thought: British and American Economic Essays. Vol. 1, London, Routledge, 1992. (Excellent on Mercantilism)

Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage, 1614-1775. Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1988.

Peter Wilson Coldham, Emigrants in Chains. Phoenix Hill, Far Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire, Allan Sutton, 1992.

Maurice Collis, British Merchant Adventurers. London, William Collins, 1942.

Maurice Collis, Siamese White. London, Faber, 1935. ( On Englishman Samuel White's piratical depredations in 1697 in Siam)

Julian Corbet, The Success of Drake. 1900.

Howard Corning, (Ed.), "Sullivan Dorr: An Early China Merchant", Essex Institute Historical Collections, 78, 1942., pp. 158-175.*

M. E. Cosena, (Ed.), Complete Journal of Townshend Harris. 1930. (On a New York chinaware importer playing an important role in early American contact with Japan)

John S. Cumpston, Shipping Arrivals and Departures, Sydney, 1788-1825. Canberra, Roebuck, 1963-1964.

Philip D. Curtin, The Rise and Fall of the Plantation Complex: Essays in Atlantic History. Second edn. Cambridge University Press, 1998. (Highly recommended - Ed)

DDD

W. J. Dakin, Whalemen Adventurers in Southern Waters. Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1977. [Angus and Robertson Non-Fiction Classics Edition]

A. K. Dasgupta, Epochs of Economic Theory. Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1985.

Ralph Davis, The Rise of the English Shipping Industry in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. London, Macmillan, 1962.

Davis: John M. Hemphill, Virginia and the English Commercial System, 1689-1733. London. Garland. 1985. [facsimile of a 1964 Ph. D thesis, Princeton Univ. p. 7, citing on William Fitzhugh earlier in that family's history, Richard Beale Davis, (Ed.), William Fitzhugh and his Chesapeake World, 1676-1701. Chapel Hill, 1963.

Stephen Davies and Elaine Morgan, Cruising Guide to South East Asia. St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, England, Imray Laurie Norrie and Wilson, 1999. Vol. 1 for South China Sea, Philippines, Gulf of Thailand to Singapore. Vol. 2 for Papua-New Guinea, Indonesia, Singapore and the Malacca Strait to Phuket.

M. J. Daunton, 'Australian merchants in the City of London, 1840-1890', Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Collected Seminar Papers, [The City and the Empire], Vol. 2, No. 36, 1987., pp. 134-142.

Gavan Daws, A Dream of Islands: Voyages of Discovery in the South Seas. Brisbane, Jacaranda, 1980.

David Day, Conquest: A New History of the Modern World. HarperCollins, 2005, 370pp.

Phyllis Deane, (Ed.), The Evolution of Economic Ideas. London,. CUP, 1978.

Daniel Defoe (Edited by Manuel Schonhorn), A General History of the Pirates. London, J. M. Dent and Sons, 1972.

L. Dermigny, La Chine et l'Occident, Le Commerce a Canton au XVIII siecle, 1719-1833. Paris, 1964.


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R. M. Devens, (F. Kirkland, pseud.), Cyclopedia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes. (Two Vols) 1865. (US business history) *

Thomas M. Devine, The Tobacco Lords: A Study of the Tobacco Merchants of Glasgow and their Trading Activities, 1740-1790. Edinburgh, Donald, 1975.

Marion Diamond, The Sea Horse and the Wanderer: Ben Boyd in Australia. Carlton, Victoria, Melbourne University Press, 1988.

Anthony Dickinson, 'Some Aspects of the Origin and Implementation of the Eighteenth Century Falkland Islands Sealing Industry', International Journal of Maritime History, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1990., pp. 33-68.

D. S. Dodge, Memorials of William E. Dodge. 1887.*

Dodwell: A useful source at the India Office Library, Covenanted Overseas Civil Servants of the East India Company 1600-1858, has compilations.

Edward Dodwell and James Samuel, Bengal Civil Servants, 1780-1838. London, Miles, 1839.
Bombay Civil Servants, 1780-1839. (Pub. 1839; Madras Civil Servants, 1760-1837. (Pub. 1839). India Registers (dated 1799, 1803, 1806, 1813 incl., and 1815, 1816), Bengal Civil Index. PRO.

Donnan: John M. Hemphill, Virginia and the English Commercial System, 1689-1733. London. Garland. 1985. [facsimile of a 1964 Ph. D thesis, Princeton Univ. p. 259, citing on Perry, Elizabeth Donnan, 'Eighteenth-Century English Merchants: Micajah Perry', Journal of Economic and Business History, Four Vols, Cambridge, Mass., 1928-1932, iv 1932., pp. 70-98.

H. A. Doubleday and Lord Howard De Walden, (Eds.), The Complete Peerage or A History of the House of Lords and All Its Members from the earliest times. Vol. XIII, Peers Created 1901 to 1938. London, The St Catherine Press Ltd., 1940.

Jacques M. Downs, `American Merchants and the China Opium Trade, 1800-1840', Business History Review, 42.4, Winter 1968., pp. 418-442.

Peter F. Drucker, Managing In A Time Of Great Change. nd? Remaindered, 2003.*

Foster Dulles, The Old China Trade. London, Macdonald and Jane's, 1974.

Foster Rhea Dulles, The Old China Trade. Boston. Houghton Mifflin. 1930.

John Dunmore, French Explorers in the Pacific. Two Vols. London, Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1965-1969.

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Hugh Edwards, Port of Pearls, 1983. (On Broome, Western Australia and its pearling industry)

Philip Edwards, Sir Walter Raleigh. 1953.

A. Roger Ekirch, Bound for America: The Transportation of British Convicts to the Colonies, 1718-1775. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1987.

Roger A. Ekirch, 'Great Britain's Secret Convict Trade to America, 1783-1784', American Historical Review, Vol. 89, No. 5, December 1984., pp. 1285-1291.

W. M. Emery, The Howland Heirs. 1919. (US business history) *

Eloise Engle and Arnold Lott, America's Maritime Heritage. Annapolis, 1975.*

Rica Erickson, (Ed.), The Bicentennial Dictionary of Western Australians, pre-1829-1888. In Vols. Nedlands, Western Australia, University of Western Australia Press, 1988.

John Esquemeling, Bucaniers of America. London, 1684.

Miriam Estensen, Discovery: The Quest for the Great South Land. Allen and Unwin, 1998.

FFF


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Thomas Friedman, The World Is Flat. Allen Lane, 2005, 488pp. (Arguments for globalisation. See also his earlier book, The Lexus and the Olive Tree, 1999)

Loren Fox, Enron: The Rise and Fall. Wiley, 2004, 370pp.

Richard Florida, The Flight of the Creative Class: The New Global Competition for Talent. HarperBusiness, 2005, 320pp.

B. M. Fagan, People of the Earth: An Introduction to World Prehistory. Sixth edition. Glenview, Scott-Foresman, 1989.

Jane De Falbe, Dear Miss Macarthur: Recollections of Emmeline Maria Macarthur, 1821-1911. Kangaroo Press, Australia, 1988.

J. K. Fairbank, Trade and Diplomacy on the China Coast, 1842-1854. Harvard, 1953.

Byron Fairchild, Messrs William Pepperell. Ithaca, 1954. (US merchant history)*

D. E. Fifer, 'The Sydney merchants and the economic downturn of 1827-1830', Australian Economic History Review, Vol. 32, Vol. 1, March, 1993., pp. 73-84.

D. E. Fifer, 'The Sydney merchants and the wool trade, 1821-1851', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Vol. 78, Parts 1 and 2, 1992., pp. 92-112.

Herbert J. Fleure, The Way of the Sea. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1929.

Michael Flynn, The Second Fleet: Britain's Grim Convict Armada of 1790. Sydney, Library of Australian History, 1993.

Michael Flynn, Settlers and Seditionists: The People of the Convict Ship Surprize, 1794. Sydney, Angela Lind, 1994.

W. Foster, England's Quest of Eastern Trade. London, Adam and C. Black, 1966.

Alan Frost, Convicts and Empire: A Naval Question, 1776-1811. Oxford University Press, 1980.

Alan Frost, Arthur Philip, 1738-1814: His Voyaging. Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1987.

Alan Frost, Botany Bay Mirages: Illusions of Australia's Convict Beginnings. Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, 1994.

Alan Frost, The Precarious Life of James Mario Matra: Voyager with Cook, American Loyalist: Servant of Empire. Melbourne, The Miegunyah Press/Melbourne University Press, 1995.

Alan Frost and R. J. B. Knight, (Eds.), The Journal of Daniel Paine, 1794-1797. Sydney, Library of Australian History, 1982.

Holden Furber, Rival Empires of Trade in the Orient, 1600-1800. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, c.1976.

Holden Furber, (Edited by Rosane Rocher), Private Fortunes and Company Profits in the India Trade in the Eighteenth Century. ??? Published 1998.

Holden Furber, 'The Beginnings of American Trade with India, 1784-1812', The New England Quarterly, June, 1938., pp. 235-265.

Holden Furber, `The United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies, 1783-1796', ECHR, 10, (2), November 1940., pp. 138-147.

Holden Furber, John Company at Work. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1948.

Holden Furber, `American Trade', New England Quarterly, June 1938, pp. 255-256.

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Paul Ginsborg, Silvio Berlusconi, Television, Power and Patrimony. Verso, 2005, 189pp.

David Goldstein, Out of Gas: The End of the Age of Oil. W. W. Norton, 2005, 140pp.

Charles R. Geisst, Wheels of Fortune: The History of Speculation from Scandal to Respectability. John Wiley, 2004, 368pp.

Iain Gateley, La Diva Nicotine: The Story of How Tobacco Seduced The World. nd? Remaindered, 2003.

Robert Gottliebsen, 10 Best and 10 Worst Decisions of Australian CEOs. Penguin, 2003.

Genealogy: Elizabeth Pearson White, John Howland of the Mayflower: the first five generations. Camden, Maine, Picton Press, 1990. (Relevant also to genealogy of Forbes-Perkins USA)

Genealogy: David C. Haskins, Ralph Waldo Emerson: his maternal ancestors, with some reminiscences of him. Boston, 1886. (Relevant also to genealogy of Forbes-Perkins USA)

Genealogy: Aaron Sargent, Sargent Genealogy: William Sargent of Malden, New England and his descendants in America. 1895. (Relevant also to genealogy of Forbes-Perkins USA)

Genealogy: Patrick Montague-Smith, (Ed.), Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage. Australasian edition. London, Debrett's Peerage, 1980.

Genealogy: L. M. Mowle, A Genealogical History of Pioneer Families of Australia. Fifth edition. Sydney, Rigby, 1978.

Genealogy: Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Vol. 1, 1769-1869. Wellington, New Zealand, Allen and Unwin and the New Zealand Dept. of Internal Affairs, 1990.

Genealogy: Patrick Montague-Smith, (Ed.), Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage. Australasian edition. London, Debrett's Peerage, 1980.

Genealogy: Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Vol. 1, 1769-1869. Wellington, New Zealand, Allen and Unwin and the New Zealand Dept. of Internal Affairs, 1990.

Genealogy: Debrett's: Charles Kidd and David Williamson, (Eds.), Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage. London, Macmillan's/Debrett's Peerage Ltd., 1985.

Genealogy: Australian Dictionary of Biography. Vols. 1-12. London, Melbourne University Press, 1966ff. Also, CD-ROM versions: The Pioneer Series, 1788-1888. Published in 1994. The Federation Series, 1889-1918. Published in 1993. Informit, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, City Campus, Melbourne.

Genealogy: The International Genealogical Index (IGI), microfiche version, Scotland; Salt Lake City, Utah, Genealogical Society of Utah, 1992 for England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Channel Islands, Australia and New Zealand. Also, computerised versions, various.

Genealogy: Vicary Gibbs, (Ed.) (GEC), The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom. [Extinct, extant or dormant]. London, St. Catherine's Press, 1910. In Vols.

Brian Gardner, The East India Company. London, Rupert Hart Davis, 1971.

Alex S. George, William Dampier in New Holland, Australia's First Natural Historian. Blooming Books, 171pp., 1999.

Louis V. Gerstner, Who Says Elephants Can't Dance? Inside IBM's Historic Turnaround. HarperCollins, 2003, 400pp.

James R. Gibson, Otter Skins, Boston Ships, and China Goods: The Maritime Fur Trade of the Northwest Coast, 1785-1841. Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1992. Paperback edition of 1999.

Mollie Gillen, The Founders of Australia: A Biographical Dictionary of the First Fleet. With appendices by Yvonne Browning, Michael Flynn, Mollie Gillen. Sydney, Library of Australian History, 1989.

J. Ginswick, `Early Australian Capital Formation, 1836-1850, a case study, the Australian Gaslight Company', Bulletin of the Business Archives Council of Australia, Vol. 1, No. 6, May 1956, pp. 22-49.

Glenn S. Gordinier, 'Early American trade with India: taking an observation', The American Neptune, Vol. 45, No. 3, 1985., pp. 153-166.

Barry Gough, 'William Bolts and the Austrian attempt to establish an Eastern Empire', pp. 75-80 in John Hardy and Alan Frost, (Eds.), European Voyaging Towards Australia. Canberra, Australian Academy of the Humanities, Occasional Paper No. 8, 1990.

W. G. Gosling, The Life of Sir Humphrey Gilbert. London, 1911.

Robert Freke Gould, Military Lodges 1732-1899: The Apron and the Sword, or, Freemasonry Under Arms, being an Account of Lodges in Regiments and Ships of War and of famous soldiers and sailors (of all countries) who have belonged to the society. London, Gale and Polden, 1899.

Michael Greenberg, British Trade and the Opening of China, 1800-1842. Cambridge University Press, 1951.

Sir Percival Griffiths, A Licence To Trade: The History of the English Chartered Companies. London, Ernest Benn, 1974.

E. M. Gull, British Economic Interest in the Far East. London, Oxford University Press, 1943.

B. K. Gupta, Sirajuddaullah and the East India Company, 1756-1757: Background to the Foundation of British Power in India. Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1966.

Ashin Das Gupta, 'Trade and politics in eighteenth century India', pp. 181-244 in D. S. Richards, (Ed.), Islam and the Trade of Asia. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1970.

Ashin Das Gupta and M. N. Pearson, India and the Indian Ocean, 1500-1800. Calcutta, Oxford University Press, 1987.


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HHH

Doug Henwood, After the New Economy. Scribe, 2004, 269pp.



Adam Hothschild, Bury The Chains. Macmillan, 2005, 467pp. (On the rise from 1787 of the British anti-slavery movement. Hothschild makes the point that trying to stop slavery in the 18th century was as unimaginable as trying to ban cars today)

Dade Hayes and Jonathan Bing, Open Wide, How Hollywood Box Office Became a National Obsession. Miramax Books/Hyperion, 2005, 432pp.



Charles Higham, Howard Hughes: The Secret Life. Virgin Books, 2005, 414pp.



Nick Hazlewood, The Queen's Slave Trade: John Hawkyns, Elizabeth I and the Trafficking in Human Souls. William Morrow, 2005, 448pp.



Clive Hamilton and Richard Dennis, Affluenza. Allen and Unwin, 2005. (On how consumerism has taken over the Western World to the point of absurdity, But at least one Australian reviewer has bucketed this book as inaccurate or wrong on many points of demographic and other sorts of fact. Hmm)



Peter Hartcher, Bubble Man: Alan Greenspan and the Missing 7 Trillion Dollars. Black Inc., 2005, 220pp.

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Richard Hall, Empires of the Monsoon: A History of the Indian Ocean And Its Invaders. Harper/Collins, 1997.

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W. H. Hillyer, James Talcott, Merchant, and his times. nd? *

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Kevin Jackson, (Ed.), The Oxford Book of Money. nd? Remaindered, 2003. (Views from writers, poets, artists, philosophers, economists, financiers and politicians)*

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I. F. Judson, Cyrus W. Field: His Life and Work. 1896. (On the promoter of the Atlantic Cable, once a paper merchant in New York) *

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Naomi Klein, No Logo. Flamingo, 2001. (Investigates corporate power and anti-corporate activism)

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Steve Keen, Debunking Economics. Australia, Pluto Press, 200/2001.

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Ian Lowe, Living In The Hothouse. Scribe, 2005, 240pp. (On climate change and matters associated)



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Stephen Martin, The Whales' Journey. Allen and Unwin, 2001, 251pp.

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S. F. B. Morse, Imminent Dangers to the Free Institutions of the United States through Foreign Immigration. 1835. (Regarded as "A strong and oft-quoted statement of US 'nativist' opposition to immigration, by the inventor of the telegraph.")

Roy Moxham, The Great Hedge of India. Robinson, 2002, 234pp. (A hedge stretching 3700km down the middle of Northern India, from the Punjab to Mahandi in Madras, partly as an aid to enforcing the British salt tax, guarded by 12,000 men; an injustice of sub-continental proportions)

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Jacob M. Price, One Family's Empire: The Russell-Lee-Clerk Connection in Maryland, Britain and India, 1707-1857', Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 72, 1977., pp. 165-225.
(A model of research on meandering genealogical movements due to changes in Imperial fortunes.)

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Robbie Robertson, The Three Waves of Globalization: A History of a Developing Global Consciousness. Zed Books, 2003.

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(NB: What we find from Salsbury and Sweeney's set of biographies in the context of the development of stock exchanges, is a relatively open Australian economic system, with a stock exchange system which newcomers could enter with relative ease.)

Ernest Samhaber, Merchants Make History: How Trade has Influenced the Course of History Throughout the World. London, Harrap, 1963. (Highly recommended - Ed)

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    Shelton's Contracts: Though it is not widely recognised, the transportation of convicts to Australia from 1786 required the making of a contract between the British government and a shipowner, and/or his agents, when it was understood the captain's name would also be used on a contract. Bateson by 1959 had listed all the convict ships necessary to mention, but not all their owners. Some mysteries still remain regarding the names of ship managers making such contracts, which from 1786 till 1829 were made with Thomas Shelton "at the Old Bailey". (Shelton died in 1829.) That is, Shelton was the only official in London given the authority to make out such contracts. Many of the ship managers Shelton dealt with, especially after 1800, cannot be traced, sometimes due simply to lacks of corroborative genealogical or other historical information.
    Clark - John - The next such contracts for convict transportation after the death of Shelton in 1829 were made out by Shelton's nephew, John Clark. The Accounts of John Clark (Clerk of The Peace) relating to convict transportation, 13 July 1829 - Dec 1840, CLRO Shelf No. 209C. The dates covered by this volume are virtually identical with those of the 12 volumes of: List of Convicts on Board Ships ... To Australia, 13 July 1829 - Nov 27, 1840, CLRO Shelf No 209D. It seems likely that John Clark was responsible for both sets of records. -Ed

    W. A. Shaw, The Knights of England. Two Vols. London, Heraldry Today, 1971.

    William Shawcross, Rupert Murdoch: Ringmaster of the Information Circus. Random House, 1992.

    Dorothy Shineberg, They Came For Sandalwood: A Study of the Sandalwood Trade in the South-West Pacific, 1830-1865. London, Melbourne University Press, 1967.

    Matthew R. Simmons, Twilight in the Desert: The Coming Saudi Oil Shock and the World Economy. John Wiley, in July 2006, 428pp.

    S. B. Singh, European Agency Houses in Bengal, 1783-1883. Calcutta, Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1966.

    R. L. Sivard, World Military and Social Expenditure. 19th Edition. Washington, World Priorities, 1991.

    Robert Slater, No Such Thing As Over-Exposure: Inside the Life and Celebrity of Donald Trump. Pearson/Prentice-Hall, 2005, 247pp.

    Abbot Emerson Smith, Colonists in Bondage: White Servitude and Convict Labour in America, 1607-1776. Gloucester, Massachusetts, University of Carolina Press, 1947. [Peter Smith, 1965]

    Howard M. Smith, The introduction of venereal disease into Tahiti: a re-examination', Journal of Pacific History, Vol. 10, Part 1, 1975., pp. 38-45.

    Philip Chadwick Foster Smith, `The Empress of China's Voyage, 1784-1785', The American Neptune, Vol. 46, No. 1, 1986., pp 25-33.

    Philip Chadwick Foster Smith, `The Empress of China'. Philadelphia, Philadelphia Maritime Museum, 1984.

    James Wilbert Snyder Jr., "A Bibliography of the Early American China Trade, 1784-1815", Americana Illustrated, 34, 1940., pp. 297-345.*

    Dava Sobel, Longitude. New York, Walker and Co., 1997.

    George Soros, The Bubble of American Supremacy. Allen and Unwin, 2003.
    Precis from reviews and news articles: Soros, one of the world's richest finance operators, and a small 'd' democrat, considers the US' current doctrine of pre-emptive military action as pernicious. The gap in perceptions between the US and the rest of the world has never been so wide. The US is seen as abusing its dominant position, while its current dream of American supremacy is unattainable and contradicts basic/traditional American values. Now, the US has to re-examine its role in the world and adopt a more constructive vision, in the light of which, if G.W. Bush is not re-elected, his views can be written off as an American abberation, but if he is re-elected, Americans need to so some serious rethinking. The US government is now in the hands of extremists who see life in terms of a crude social Darwinianism where survival needs to be aided by the use of force.
    True, 11 September 2001 introduced a discontinuity into American life, but a military war on terrorism is not an appropriate response. Terrorists are better regarded as criminals to be hunted by police, not military personnel. (See Weekend Sydney Morning Herald 31 Jan-1 Feb 2004, where Soros deplores the Bush administration's "Orwellian truth machine" using doublespeak, etc. Soros cannot understand how so many US citizens, in a land of a pluralistic, free media, now believe that Saddam Hussein was directly connected with 9/11 The US electorate is now largely or partially misinformed. Soros has given US$5 billion to help foster in democracy in Asia but now sees a need to foster democracy in the US.

    Diana Souhami, Selkirk's Island. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2001. (On Alexander Selkirk, marooned by Dampier in 1703 on island Juan Fernandez, 600km from coast of Chile. Selikirk inspired Robinson Crusoe by Defoe)

    Oskar H. K. Spate, The Spanish Lake. Vol. 1 of The Pacific Since Magellan. Canberra, Australian National University Press. 1979-1988. [Vol. 2, Monopolists and Freebooters; Vol. 3, Paradise Found and Lost]

    Eduoard A. Stackpole, Whales and Destiny: The Rivalry between America, France and Britain for Control of the Southern Whale Fishery, 1785-1825. University of Massachusetts Press, 1972.

    Michael J. G. Stanford, 'The Raleghs take to the sea', Mariner's Mirror, Vol. 48, No. 1, February 1962., pp. 18-35.

    A. C. Staples, 'Memoirs of William Prinsep; Calcutta years, 1817-1842', Indian Economic and Social History Review, Vol. 26, No. 2, April-June 1989., pp. 61-79.

    David J. Starkey, British Privateering Enterprise in the Eighteenth Century. University of Exeter Press, Exeter Maritime Studies, No. 4, 1990.

    Keven Starr, Coast of Dreams: California on the Edge. 1990-2003. Allen Lane, 2005, 784pp.

    Pamela Statham, 'Peter Augustus Latour: Absentee Investor Extraordinaire', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 52, 2, 1987.

    Pamela Statham, (Compiler), Dictionary of Western Australians, 1829-1914. Two Vols. Vol. 1, Early Settlers, 1829-1850. Nedlands, Western Australia, University of Western Australia, August, 1979.

    Clarence Ver Steeg, 'Financing and Outfitting the First United States Ship to China', Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 22, 1953., pp. 1-12.

    Charles C. Stelle, 'American Trade in Opium to China, prior to 1820', Pacific Historical Review, 9.4, December, 1940., pp. 425-444.

    Michael Stenton, (Ed.), Who's Who of British Members of Parliament: A Biographical Dictionary of the House of Commons. Peterhouse, Cambridge, UK. Harvester Press. 1976-1978. (Four Vols). Vol. 1, 1832-1885. Vol. 2, 1886-1918.

    Sir Leslie Stephen and Sir Sidney Lee, The Dictionary of National Biography: From the Earliest Times to 1900. London, Milford/Oxford University Press, 1917ff.

    Henry Stevens, The Dawn of British Trade to the East Indies as Recorded in the Court Minutes of the East India Company, 1599-1603, Containing an Account of the Formation of the Company, the First Adventure, and Waymouth's Voyage in Search of the North-West Passage, now first printed from the Original Manuscript by Henry Stevens. London, Frank Cass, 1967.

    James B. Stewart, Disneywar: The Battle for the Magic Kingdom. Simon and Schuster, 2005, 572pp.

    Joseph E. Stiglitz, Globalization and its Discontents. Penguin, 2003.

    Frank Stilwell, Political Economy: The Contest of Economic Ideas. Oxford University Press, 2003.

    Gerald Stone, 1932: A Hell of a Year. Pan Macmillan, 2005, 414pp.

    Ian J. Strange, The Falkland Islands. London, David and Charles, 1983.

    Robert Sullivan, A Whale Hunt. Headline, 2001, 346pp.

    Jean Sutton, Lords of the East: The East India Company and its Ships. London, Conway Maritime Press, 1981.

    David Syrett, Shipping and the American War. London, 1970. (In July 1776 the Navy Board had 416 transports of 128,427 tons, most of it chartered)

    TTT

    Nicholas Tarling, Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World, 1780-1824. St Lucia, Cambridge University Press/University of Queensland Press, 1962.

    Nicholas Tarling, 'Pirates and convicts: British interest in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the mid-nineteenth century', Chapter 10 of Nicholas Tarling, Imperial Britain in South-East Asia. Kuala Lumpur, Oxford University Press, 1975. Chapter 3, 'The Prince of Merchants and the Lion City' [On John Palmer, the "Prince of Merchants"].

    E. G. R. Taylor, Tudor Geography, 1485-1583. London, Methuen, 1930.

    F. M. L. Thompson, `Life after Death: How Successful Nineteenth-century Businessmen disposed of their Fortunes', Economic History Review, Series 2, Vol. 43, No. 1, 1990., pp. 40-61.

    Lord Teignmouth and Charles G. Harper, The Smugglers. Vol. 1+2. [Orig. 1923] Yorkshire, England, EP Publishing, 1973.

    P. J. Thomas, Mercantilism and East India Trade. London, Frank Cass and Co., 1963. (Orig., 1926.)

    Henry Thornton Jr., son of the author of Paper Currency, was a partner of Pole, Thornton and Co.

    Helen Trinca and Catherine Fox, Better Than Sex: How a While Generation Got Hooked on Work. Random House, 2004, 226pp.



    UUU

    US maritime history - Compilation, Other Merchants and Sea Captains of Old Boston. State Street Trust Company, Boston, Mass., 1919 *

    VVV

    Alan Valentine, The British Establishment, 1760-1784: An Eighteenth Century Biographical Dictionary. Two Vols. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1970.

    WWW

    B. Ward, What's Wrong with Economics. London, Macmillan, 1972.

    George Weiss, America's Maritime Progress. New York, 1920.*

    Ernest von Weizsacker, Amory B. Lovins and L. Hunter Lovins, Factor 4: Doubling Wealth - Halving Resource Use: The New Report to the Club of Rome. Allen and Unwin, 1997, 322pp. ISBN 1 86448 438 1.

    Frank Welsh, A History of Hong Kong. London, HarperCollins, 1997.

    Mark Westfield, HIH. Hungry Minds, 2003. (On one of Australia's worst-ever corporate collapses.)

    Curtis White, The Middle Mind: Why Consumer Culture is Turning Us into the Living Dead. Penguin, 2005, 205pp.

    Glyn Williams, The Prize of All the Oceans. HarperCollins, 2000.

    James A. Williamson, Maritime Enterprise, 1485-1558. Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1913.

    James A. Williamson, The Age of Drake. London, Adam and Charles Black, 1938.

    James A. Williamson, The English Channel: A History. New York, World Publishing Co., 1959.

    John Williams, A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands. London, London Missionary Society, John Snow, Paternoster Row, 1838.

    Clennel Wilkinson, William Dampier. London, John Lane, 1929.

    Thomas S. Willan, The Muscovy Merchants of 1555. Manchester University Press, 1953.

    Thomas S. Willan, Studies in Elizabethan Foreign Trade. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1959.

    Thomas S. Willan, The Early History of the Russia Company, 1553-1603. Manchester University Press, 1956.

    Alfred C. Wood, A History of the Levant Company. London, Frank Cass, 1964.

    G. A. Wood, The Discovery of Australia. London, Macmillan, 1922.

    Conrad E. Wright, Merchants and Mandarins: New York and the Early China Trade. New York, New York Historical Society, 1984.

    Ronald Wright, A Short History of Progress. Text Books, 2005, 211pp.

    George Wycherley, Buccaneers of the Pacific: of the bold English buccaneers, pirate privateers & gentleman adventurers, who sailed in peril through the stormy straits or pierced the isthmus jungle, to vex the king of Spain in the South Seas & the Western Pacific, plundering his cities & coasts & preying on his silver fleets & his golden galleons. London, John Long, 1929. (Found in the Bateson collection of maritime history in the library of the Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney.)

    YYY

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    ZZZ

    G. F. Zook, Company of Royal Adventurers Trading to Africa. Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 1919. [From Davies, Royal Africa Company, p. 41].


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