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Author: Coke, Roger, fl. 1696.
Title: A discourse of trade in tvvo parts : the first treats of the reason of the decay of the strength, wealth, and trade of England, the latter, of the growth and increase of the Dutch trade above the English / by Roger Coke.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discourse of trade in tvvo parts : the first treats of the reason of the decay of the strength, wealth, and trade of England, the latter, of the growth and increase of the Dutch trade above the English / by Roger Coke.
Coke, Roger, fl. 1696.

London: Printed for H. Brome ... and R. Horne ..., 1670.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Marginal notes.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Commerce.
Netherlands -- Commerce.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A33687.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the great Example of Virtue Sir CHARLES HARBORD.
PREFACE TO THE READER.
REASONS OF THE DECAY OF THE English-Trade. PART. I.
Definitions.
Petitions.
Actions or Common Notions.
Prop. 1. Theorem. 1.
Corollary. 1.
Corollary. 2.
Annotations upon this Proposition and the two Correllaries.
Consequences of this Proposition and the two Corollaries.
Corollary. 3.
Annotations.
Corollary. 4.
Annotations.
Corollary. 5.
Apology.
Corollary. 6.
Annotations.
Corollary. 7.
Annotations upon this Corollary.
How many ways this Kingdom might be enriched, and the Trade thereof encreased, if the Statute of Westminster. 2. made 13. Edw. 1. c. 1. were observed.
Proposition. 2. Theorem. 2.
Annotations upon this Proposition.
Consequences of this Proposition.
Proposition, 3. Theorem, 3.
Annotations upon this Proposition.
Proposition 4. Theorem 4.
Annotation.
Proposition 5. Theorem 5.
Annotations.
Consequencies.
Proposition 6. Theorem 6.
Annotations.
Consequences.
Annotations upon the Act of Navigation ingeneral.
Other Mischiefs and Inconveniences which have ensued the Act of Navigation.
Prop. 7. Theorem 7.
Annotations upon this Proposition.
Consequences.
Proposition 8. Theorem 8.
Annotations.
Corollary.
Annotations.
Proposition 9. Theorem 9.
Annotations upon this Proposition.
Consequences.
Corollary.
Annotations upon this Corollary.
Consequences.
Lemma.
Apology.
Epilogue.
REASONS OF THE INCREASE OF THE Dutch-Trade. PART II.
Petitions.
Axioms or Common Notions.
TREATISE II.
Proposition 1. Problem 1.
Annotations.
Prop. 2. Theorem 1.
Pet. 1. Lib. 2.
Annot.
Prop. 3. Problem. 12.
Annotations.
Prop. 4. Probl. 3.
Annotations.
Prop. 5. Problem 4.
Annotations.
Consequences.
Probl. 6. Theorem 12.
Prop. 7. Prob. 4.
Annotations.
Corollary.
Prop. 8. Theorem 3.
Corollary.
Annotations.
Prop. 9. Problem 6.
Apology.
Prop. 10. Theorem 3.
Annotations.
Prop. 11. Theorem 4.
Annotations.
Prop. 12. Theorem 5.
Annotations.
Proposition 13. Problem 7.
Annotations.
Consequences.
Proposition 14. Theorem 7.
Annotations.
Epilogue.