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The Contractor State and Its Implications, 1659-1815

por Solbes Ferri, Sergio

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ISBN: 9788415424574
Otros Autores: Harding, Richard

0. Introduction (10.1400/210201)

1. Supplying the belligerent countries. Transnational trading networks during the Napoleonic Wars (10.1400/210202)

2. Trading with the enemy. British private trade and the supply of arms to India, c. 1750-1820 (10.1400/210204)

3. Global power, local connections: The Dutch admiralties and their supply networks (10.1400/210205)

4. Provisioning the Combined Army in Germany, 1758-1762: Who Benefited? (10.1400/210207)

5. Victualling Louis XV's armies. The Munitionnaire des Vivres de Flandres et d'Allemagne and the military supply system (10.1400/210208)

6. Who spends the Spanish Inquisition's Money? (10.1400/210209)

7. Buying cannons outside: when, why, how many? The supplying of foreign iron cannons for the Spanish Navy in the eighteen century (10.1400/210210)

8. Contractors, Warships of the Royal Navy and Sea Poweer, 1739-1748 (10.1400/210211)

9. War, Government and the Market: The Direction of the Debate on the British Contractor State, c. 1740-1815 (10.1400/210212)

10. Contracts and the Role of the State. Portuguese military provisions supply system in the early nineteenth century (10.1400/210213)

11. A Global Perspective for the Comprehension of Fiscal State Formation across Eurasia from the Rise of Venice to the Opium War (10.1400/210215)

12. The Royal African Company's Contractors (10.1400/210217)

13. Buying supplies from your enemy or how the French navy stocked up with products from the North in the eighteenth century (10.1400/210219)

14. Contracting and Accounting: Spanish Army Expediture in Wardrobe and the General Treasury Accounts in Eighteen Century (10.1400/210220)

15. The transformation of Tokugawa Military Regime in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century in Japan: With Special Reference to Yoshimune's Reformation (10.1400/210222)

16. Contractor State and Mercantilism. The Spanish-Navy Hemp, Rigging and Sailcloth Supply Policy in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century (10.1400/210225)


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0. Introduction (10.1400/210201)

1. Supplying the belligerent countries. Transnational trading networks during the Napoleonic Wars (10.1400/210202)

2. Trading with the enemy. British private trade and the supply of arms to India, c. 1750-1820 (10.1400/210204)

3. Global power, local connections: The Dutch admiralties and their supply networks (10.1400/210205)

4. Provisioning the Combined Army in Germany, 1758-1762: Who Benefited? (10.1400/210207)

5. Victualling Louis XV's armies. The Munitionnaire des Vivres de Flandres et d'Allemagne and the military supply system (10.1400/210208)

6. Who spends the Spanish Inquisition's Money? (10.1400/210209)

7. Buying cannons outside: when, why, how many? The supplying of foreign iron cannons for the Spanish Navy in the eighteen century (10.1400/210210)

8. Contractors, Warships of the Royal Navy and Sea Poweer, 1739-1748 (10.1400/210211)

9. War, Government and the Market: The Direction of the Debate on the British Contractor State, c. 1740-1815 (10.1400/210212)

10. Contracts and the Role of the State. Portuguese military provisions supply system in the early nineteenth century (10.1400/210213)

11. A Global Perspective for the Comprehension of Fiscal State Formation across Eurasia from the Rise of Venice to the Opium War (10.1400/210215)

12. The Royal African Company's Contractors (10.1400/210217)

13. Buying supplies from your enemy or how the French navy stocked up with products from the North in the eighteenth century (10.1400/210219)

14. Contracting and Accounting: Spanish Army Expediture in Wardrobe and the General Treasury Accounts in Eighteen Century (10.1400/210220)

15. The transformation of Tokugawa Military Regime in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century in Japan: With Special Reference to Yoshimune's Reformation (10.1400/210222)

16. Contractor State and Mercantilism. The Spanish-Navy Hemp, Rigging and Sailcloth Supply Policy in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century (10.1400/210225)


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