Guinness’s Brewery In The Irish Economy 1759-1876.
At The University Press.
8vo. 6.25 x 9.25 inches. viii + 278 pp. Bound in original navy cloth, gilt with contrasting black title label, gilt, in pictorial dust wrapper, which is a little damp stained. Extremities a little worn and boards damp stained in lower corners; otherwise a very good copy. Illustrated by ten plates, including portrait frontispiece, by 2 text figures, including maps, by coloured view of expansion of brewery and by genealogical table. Decorated by facsimile signature on title page. A detailed account of the Guinness family brewery in Dublin, relating its history to 1876 and assessing its leading position in England and its dominating one in the Irish economy. Patrick Lynch (1917-2001)was an Irish cicil servant and economist who was Professor of Political Economy at University College Dublin, 1975-80. John Vaizey (1929-84) was an economist and academic, author of The Brewing Industry 1886-1951.
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