Diamonds and Coral: Anglo-Dutch Jews and Eighteenth-Century Trade

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Index
The index is comprehensive for persons and subjects. References to places and organizations (e.g., East India Company) are given only when the subject discussed is not otherwise covered by the index.Portuguese and Spanish double surnames, with a few exceptions, are listed under the last name, e.g., David Lopes Fernandes under Fernandes, David Lopes. When such names are entered under the first surname the reader is referred from the second to the first name.
Abarbanel, Ephraim, 301
Abas, Jacob, 288
Abendana, Isaac, 130, 148, 150, 155- 156, 285
Abendanon, Moses, 109
Aboab (merchant), 301
Abrahams, Francis, 196-7, 254
Achanda, Antonio and Simon Mendes de (business firm), 87
Addison, Joseph, 21, 55
Aguilar (Lopes Pereira) [business firm], 16, 144, 204, 254, 265-6
Aguilar (Lopes Pereira), de, David, 171, 328; Diego, Baron (Lopes Pereira, Moses), 31, 39-40, 45; Ephraim, 45, 126, 171, 296; Hananel, 259, 315, 325; Sarah (née Mendes da Costa), 45
Alexandria, 103
Alicante, 43
Almeyda, Juan de, 121
alum, 211
Alvarenga, Isaac da Costa, 36
Alvares, Isaac, 87, 109; Isaac Jessurun, 171; Lewis, 87; Matthias, 301; Moses, 283, 301
Alvensleben, 311
amber, 104, 291
ambergris, 82, 109, 285
American War, The, effect on trade, 230, 245, 310, 318
Amersfoort, Benjamin, see Cohen (Amersfoort), Benjamin
Amsterdam, decline as commercial entrepôt, 230, 241-52; diamond market, 89, 323-4; distribution centre of colonial goods, 72, 209, 243; importance as financial centre, 201, 248-52; Jewish self- defence, 186; North European rivals, 243-5, 248; sale of colonial goods, 224-6; see also under brokers, diamond industry, precious metals, Rotterdam
Andrews, Matthew, 83
Anglo-Dutch War (Fourth), effect on trade and commercial relations during, 245-6, 321; see alsounder Ostend
Anglo-Russian trade, 17, 276
Anschelhausen, Asher, 312
Anson, Admiral, 52
Anthony, Edward, see Mendoca, Duarte Isaac Rebello de
anti-semitism and discrimination against Jews, 41, 48, 96, 262, 276, 280; see also under Bank of England, Jewish disabilities
Antwerp, diamond trade, 325; see also under diamond industry
Aranda, de (business firm), 50
army provisioning, 33, 37, 65
Arnold, George, 148
Asher (merchant), 193, 206
Ashkenazim, in Anglo-Dutch trade, 197; attitude to Sephardim, 246- 247; in coral trade, 154; in diamond trade and industry, 125- 127, 136, 138, 152-4, 254, 323
Assiento, 36
Avemas le Gras (Lopes Suasso), Baron Francisco de, 280
Azevedo, Isaac de, 288
Azulai, Moses, see Blaw (Azulai), Moses
Bacon, Anthony, 206, 310
Baker, Captain, 222
banking, 59
Bank of Amsterdam, 56-7
Bank of England, 58; discrimination against Jews, 261-3; loans on

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