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Author: Philips, George, 1599?-1696.
Title: The interest of England in the preservation of Ireland humbly presented to the Parliament of England / by G.P., Esq.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The interest of England in the preservation of Ireland humbly presented to the Parliament of England / by G.P., Esq.
Philips, George, 1599?-1696.

London: Printed for Rich. Chiswell ..., 1689.
Notes:
Written by G. Philips. Cf. BM.
"Licensed, July 15th, 1689. J. Fraser"
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Ireland -- History -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54704.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE HONOURABLE THE Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses IN PARLIAMENT Assembled.
The Interest of England in the Preserva∣tion of Ireland.
THE Interest of ENGLAND, IN THE Preservation of IRELAND.
The Introduction.
I. The Advantage to the Kingdom of ENGLAND in General.
I. The REVENƲE.
II. The Fertility, and Plenty.
III. The NƲMBER.
IV. The RELIGION.
V. The Consanguinity and Assinity.
VI. The Imployments, Ecclesiastical, Civil and Military.
The Advantage to the Trade of England.
I. The Scituation.
2. The Exportation of Irish Commodities.
3. The Importation of English Commodities.
4. The Ingenuity of the Inhabitants.
5. The Benefit to the King.
3. The danger of falling into the hands of the French.
The CONCLƲSION.