|Author:||Reynell, Carew, 1636-1690.|
|Title:||The true English interest, or, An account of the chief national improvements in some political observations, demonstrating an infallible advance of this nation to infinite wealth and greatness, trade and populacy, with imployment and preferment for all persons / by Carew Reynel, Esq.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The true English interest, or, An account of the chief national improvements in some political observations, demonstrating an infallible advance of this nation to infinite wealth and greatness, trade and populacy, with imployment and preferment for all persons / by Carew Reynel, Esq.
Reynell, Carew, 1636-1690.
London: Printed for Giles Widdowes ..., 1674.
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Great Britain -- Economic policy.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America.
THE True English INTEREST.
3. Trade in General.
4. Home and Foreign Trade.
5. Trade to particular Places.
6. Importation and Exportation.
7. Committees of Trade.
10. Of the chief National Improvements.
11. Linen Trade.
12. Of the Silk Trade.
14. Of the Fishery.
15. Orchards and Vineyards.
17. Of the Salt Trade, Latton, and Paper.
18. Of Mines.
20. Cutting of Rivers.
21. Variety of Trades, Professions, and Ma∣nufactures.
22. Of Employments, and Preferments.
23. Of Colledges, of Ma∣nufactures, and Enrich∣ment of particular Parishes.
24. Of Marriage, and Populacy.
25. Kings Revenue, Taxes, Customs.
26. Of publick maintenance, and provision of Charity.
28. Laws, and easing of Debtors.
29. Of Navigation, and Sea Affairs.
30. Of new Inventions, and Discoveries.
31. Of Plantations.
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