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Author: Povey, Charles, 1652?-1743.
Title: A discovery of indirect practices in the coal-trade, or A detection of the pernicious maxims and unfair dealings of a certain combination of men, who affirm, it is a cheat to be just, and just to cheat. To which are added some proposals for the improvement of trade and navigation in general, and of the colliery-trade to New Castle in particular. By Charles Povey.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discovery of indirect practices in the coal-trade, or A detection of the pernicious maxims and unfair dealings of a certain combination of men, who affirm, it is a cheat to be just, and just to cheat. To which are added some proposals for the improvement of trade and navigation in general, and of the colliery-trade to New Castle in particular. By Charles Povey.
Povey, Charles, 1652?-1743.

London: printed by and for H. Hills, and publish'd by A. Baldwin in Warwick-lane, 1700.
Alternate titles: Discovery of indirect practices in the coal-trade Detection of the pernicious maxims and unfair dealings of a certain combination of men, who affirm, it is a cheat to be just, and just to cheat.
Notes:
Reproduction of the original at the British Library.
Subject terms:
Coal trade -- Corrupt practices -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A55533.0001.001

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A DISCOVERY OF Indirect Practices IN THE COAL-TRADE, OR The Combination, that affirms, It is a Cheat to be Just, and Just to Cheat, with the Vanity of False and Malicious Reports de∣tected, and expos'd to Publick View, by C. P.
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The Substance of the Tryal was as follows, being carefully taken in Short-hand.
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I shall now proceed to give a particular Explication of this Advertisement, and then leave the Decision of the Matter, to the Judgment of any impartial Person whatsoever.
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However, it is worth the while to produce, Three notable Instan∣ces more of their Inveterate Malice towards me.
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PROPOSALS for the Improvement of Trade and Navigation in general, and of the Col∣liery-Trade to New-Castle in particular.