Chester port officers tell Lord Burghley that Mr. Carmarden makes a bad use of his licence for importing Irish linen yarn to England and show how the same may be remedied. Aug. 1, 1593.

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040 |a IeDuNL  |b eng 
245 0 0 |a Chester port officers tell Lord Burghley that Mr. Carmarden makes a bad use of his licence for importing Irish linen yarn to England and show how the same may be remedied. Aug. 1, 1593. 
500 |a The National Library of Ireland holds a microfilm copy (n.1697, p.1439). 
600 1 |a Cecil, William  |c Burghley, Lord 
600 1 |a Carmerden, Richard 
648 4 |a 1593-08  |y 1593: August 
650 0 4 |a Exports and Imports 
650 0 4 |a Exports 
650 0 4 |a Linen and Linen Trade 
650 0 4 |a Linen 
852 |a London: British Museum  |j Lansdowne Ms. 74: (Extract).