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Author: Impartial pen of an eye-witness both of the designes at home and the trade abroad.
Title: Some considerations touching the present debate between owners, &c. and fisherman relating to the New-found-land trade, wherein the present project of obstructing passengers, by-boats, etc, is proved to be an unjust, sinister, envious, and unreasonable designe / humbly presented to supream consideration by the impartial pen of an eye-witness both of the designes of home and the trade abroad.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Some considerations touching the present debate between owners, &c. and fisherman relating to the New-found-land trade, wherein the present project of obstructing passengers, by-boats, etc, is proved to be an unjust, sinister, envious, and unreasonable designe / humbly presented to supream consideration by the impartial pen of an eye-witness both of the designes of home and the trade abroad.
Impartial pen of an eye-witness both of the designes at home and the trade abroad.

Oxford: Printed by A. and L. Lichfield ..., 1671.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Fish trade -- Law and legislation -- England.
Fish trade -- Newfoundland.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60788.0001.001

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Some Considerations touching the present Debate concerning Passengers, &c. to NEWFOƲND-LAND.