Maritime Trade

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"Greenhithe"
photograph

"Greenhithe"

Museum Ref No: B4a_0228
"Greenhithe" of London docked at Poole Quay with a cargo of oilcake. The Gas Works coal transporter can be seen in the distance. Lamp post. Delivery bike. 1938. From the Ernest Bristowe collection.
Photograph
Advert for Poole Wharves Ltd.

Advert for Poole Wharves Ltd.

Poole Wharfes Ltd. Shipping and Forwarding Agents, Warehouse & Wharfing Facilities. West Shore Wharf. Tel Poole 245.

Auction, 1749
newspaper

Auction, 1749

Extract from the Salisbury Journal 29the May 1749 describing an auction to be held at the Custom House. Brandy, Rum, Tea, Coffee.
Newspaper
Auction, 1753
newspaper

Auction, 1753

Extract from Salisbury Journal 26th February 1753 describing an auction to be held at the George Inn- Brandy, Claret, ship parts and cargo from the wrecked "Good Intent" (Master David Allen).
Newspaper
document

Calendar of Patent Rolls

Museum Ref No: CalPatRollsHenryVI3pp66
Licence for Thomas Hunte and William Barlowe to ship cloth from Poole or Southampton. 8th May 1437. With thanks to the Calendar of Patent Rolls project of Professor G. R. Boynton and the University of Iowa. J. Hopkin.
Document
newspaper

Exports, 1739

Transcription of extract from Salisbury Journal 14th August 1739 reads: "On Monday was exported to Portugal 400 quarters of wheat and 150 ditto of Rye."
Newspaper
document

Harbour Receipts and Payments 1855-1857

Museum Ref No: BEAM_0028
Harbour receipts and payments 1855-1857. Document dated 13 February, 1858. J Crabb, Collector of Dues and Quay Master. Original document. JPBC
Document
Maritime Trade
newspaper

Maritime Trade

Extract from the Poole Pilot February 1868
Newspaper
book

Maritime Trade

Museum Ref No: PLA 942.337
History of the Town and County of Poole by John Sydenham, Poole, Sydenham, 1839. Pages 394-405
Book
document

Port, Bever, Peryn, Mabre, Nesshet, Bonevalet, Tyot, Hunte, Barlowe, Cal. Pat. Rolls.

Museum Ref No: CalPatRollsHenryVI3pp59
Licence for various people to ship cloth from various ports, including John de Port, William Bever, John Peryn, Thomas Mabre, Luke Nesshet, Geoffrey Bonevalet and John Tyot, from Poole, and Thomas Hunte and William Barlowe from Poole or Southampton. 8th May 1437. With thanks to the Calendar of Patent Rolls project of Professor G. R. Boynton and the University of Iowa. J. Hopkin.
Document