|Author:||Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684.|
|Title:||The interest of Ireland in its trade and wealth stated in two parts first part observes and discovers the causes of Irelands, not more increasing in trade and wealth from the first conquest till now : second part proposeth expedients to remedy all its mercanture maladies, and other wealth-wasting enormities, by which it is kept poor and low : both mix'd with some observations on the politicks of government, relating to the incouragement of trade and increse of wealth : with some reflections on principles of religion, as it relates to the premisses / by Richard Lawrence ...|
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The interest of Ireland in its trade and wealth stated in two parts first part observes and discovers the causes of Irelands, not more increasing in trade and wealth from the first conquest till now : second part proposeth expedients to remedy all its mercanture maladies, and other wealth-wasting enormities, by which it is kept poor and low : both mix'd with some observations on the politicks of government, relating to the incouragement of trade and increse of wealth : with some reflections on principles of religion, as it relates to the premisses / by Richard Lawrence ...
Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684.
Dublin: Printed by Jos. Ray for Jos. Howes, and are to be sold by Awnsham Churchill ..., 1682.
Reproduction of original in British Museum.
Table of contents: p. -
Indices: p. - of v. 1 and - of v. 2.
Errata: p. 
Church and state -- Ireland.
Ireland -- Economic conditions -- Early works to 1800.
Ireland -- Commercial policy.
Ireland -- Politics and government -- 17th century.
TO THE Most Hopeful BRANCH OF HONOR JAMES EARL of OSSORY, &c.
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
table of contents
THE CONTENTS. PART I.
CHAP. I. Shewing the reasons why Ireland is so little improved in Trade and Wealth.
CHAP. IV. Of the most Wealth-consuming Debau∣chery of Drunkenness.
CHAP. V. Observing the spring from whence all the Debauchery of Christendom flows.
CHAP. VI. States the intollerable charge Ireland is at by maintaining Foreigners to its pe∣culiar interest in the most profitable Employments.
THE CONTENTS OF THE SECOND PART.
CHAP. II. The Interest of England to promote the Prosperity of the English Interest of Ireland.
CHAP. VI. On Coins.
The Contents of the Supplement, p. 181
An Alphabetical Table of the principle things in the first Part.
Advertisement to the Binder.
THE INTEREST OF IRELAND In its TRADE and WEALTH Stated.
CHAP. I. The Reasons why Ireland being so long under the Government of England, whose Policies in Trade are inferior to few Countreys, should yet be so little improv'd in Trade and Wealth.
CHAP. II. The Second Head of the Causes of Ire∣land's not Improving in Trade and Wealth,
CHAP. III. Of Chargeable Wealth consuming and Trade-obstructing Debaucheries.
The second Wealth consuming Debauchery is Gaming.
The third sort of Wealth-wasting De∣baucharies is Whoring.
CHAP. IV. Of Drunkenness.
The most Wealth-consuming Debauchery is Drunkenness.
CHAP. V. Observing the Spring from whence flow the Debaucheries of Christendom.
CHAP. VI. Stating the intolerable Charge and Expence Ireland is at, by main∣taining Foreigners to its pecu∣liar Interest in the most profitable Imployments and Offices.
An Alphabetical Table of the principle things in the second Part.
Books lately Printed.
THE SECOND PART OF IRELAND'S INTEREST, &c. Proposing Expedients for Ireland's Re∣lief against its Trade-obstructing, and Wealth-consuming Maladies hinted in the First Part.
CHAP. I. Of Banks and Corporation Trade; I joyn them together, not that it is necessary in Countreys qualified to manage them di∣stinct; but where Members and Stock is wanting, they are very consistent in the same hands, to be managed by the same united Stocks and Policies.
CHAP. II. The second Expedient to recover Irelands Decays in its Trade and Wealth is, to endavour to convince England, that it is the Interest both of King and Realm to promote it.
SECT. II. Shewing that above all it is the Interest of the Protestants of Ireland to promote the potency of the English Interest in Ireland.
CHAP. III. The third Expedient to recover the lan∣guishing state of Ireland in its Trade and Wealth is, to assert Irelands Interest in its own Government.
CHAP. IV. The Heads of the Establishment for Ireland, com∣mencing March 25. 1676.
A Table for Reducing Plantation Acres into Eng∣lish, in the several Provinces of Ireland; accor∣ding to the Explanatory Act; Viz. For every English Statute Acre in the Province of Leinster, 3d. Munster, 2d. ob. Connaght, 1d. q. Vlster, 2d.
CHAP. V. The Establishment of the Subsidies of Ireland.
CHAP. VI. Of Coyns.
An Answer to the Objection pag. 93.
SECT. II. Observes the Original of these cursed Principles.
SECT. III. Shews the Authority whereby they were confirmed.
SECT. IV. Of the natural Consequences of these immoral inhumane Principles and Practices.
SECT. V. Shews what hath been the Practice of this Principle of Supremacy since usurped by the infallible Prince of Priests.
SECT. VI. Of their Inconsistency with the just Power and Right of Temporal Princes and States.
SECT. VII. Gives Reasons why it is not only the Duty but the Interest of all the Papists of Ire∣land, to explode and reject these Jesu∣itical Principles above all the Papists in the world.