|Title:||A discourse on the woollen manufactury of Ireland and the consequences of prohibiting its exportation|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A discourse on the woollen manufactury of Ireland and the consequences of prohibiting its exportation
Dublin: Re-printed by J.B. and S.P. and are to be sold by Jacob Milner, 1698.
Reproduction of original in the Cashel Cathedral, Ireland.
Wool trade and industry -- Ireland.
A DISCOURSE OF THE Woollen Manufactury in IRELAND, &c.
Proposition I. That the Reformed Religion is much propagated in Ireland, by the Woollen Manufactures there.
Prop. II. That the Wealth of England is much augmented by the Woollen Manufactures, and Navigation of Ireland.
Prop. III. That the Woollen Manufactures of Ireland, are a considerable Security to the Peace and good Government of England.