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Kremmydas, To emporio tis Peloponnisou sto 18 aiona (1715-1792) (Athens 1972) 144-205. 8. F. Beaujour, Tableau du commerce de la Gr~ce (1787-1797) (Paris 1800) ii 163; Svoronos, op. , 22Q-239. 9. 10. BT 6, vol 180; Beaujour, op. , ii 268. Ralph Davis, Aleppo and Devonshire Square. English Traders in the Levant in the Eighteenth Century (London 1967) 27-40. 11. Eric Hobsbawm introduction to Marx's Pre-Capitalist Economic Formations (London 1964); R. , The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism (London 1976) reproduces the debate between M.
They competed for the same markets, they rose into prominence roughly at the same time, 40 and their operations were guided by the same more or less business mentality. Was there a rota of good and lean years for each or everyone concerned? With the southeastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea taken as a whole, was a certain flag during the period under discussion prevalent in one major port for a few years or for a specific year at the price of being absent from others? The increasinfflY important Black Sea trade, 41 and in particular the key grain trade, in the words of an early nineteenth century observer, was carried out in a 'mysterious, variable and hazardous way•.
56, Kremmydas, Eisagogi • 128-143, 179; Some useful figures about ship construction in Mesolongi and Anatoliko in Western quarter o~ Gre~ce during the third the eighteenth century are provided by Leon, op. , 29. 57, Panayotopoulos, op, cit. 5S. ), The Struggle for Greek Independence, (London 1973) 5, 59. S. J. Shaw, Between Old and New, The Ottoman Empire under Selim III, 1789-1807 (Cambridge, Mass. 1971) 75-76, 83-84, 175. 60, See note 19 above; Asdrachas, op. , 168. It is interesting to note that at least as late as the 1860's the practice of paying farm labourers in agricultural produce had not died out in certain regions of the Balkans (FO 83, vol 334 1 Report from the British Consul at Monastir, 23 Novebmer, 1869).
Balkan Society in the Age of Greek Independence by Richard Clogg