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Author: Smith, Simon, Agent for the Royall Fishing.
Title: A true narration of the royall fishings of Great Brittaine and Ireland.: Instituted Anno 1632, and prosecuted by the Right Honourable, Philip, Earle of Pembrook and Montgomery, and his associats, untill Anno 1640, from the river of Thames. Whereunto is added a discovery of new trades, for the employing of all the poore people and vagrants in the kingdomes. / By Simon Smith, agent for the royall fishing.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true narration of the royall fishings of Great Brittaine and Ireland.: Instituted Anno 1632, and prosecuted by the Right Honourable, Philip, Earle of Pembrook and Montgomery, and his associats, untill Anno 1640, from the river of Thames. Whereunto is added a discovery of new trades, for the employing of all the poore people and vagrants in the kingdomes. / By Simon Smith, agent for the royall fishing.
Smith, Simon, Agent for the Royall Fishing.

London: Printed by E. P. for Nicholas Bourne, at the south entrance of the Royall Exchange, 1641.
Subject terms:
Fisheries -- England
Fish trade -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A74681.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAIESTY.
Whereas it is reported that the Herring Fishing by Busses is unprofitable, alledging that the Lord Marshall, and the Lord Chamberlaines asso∣ciations have lost their stockes, in their Fishing Businesse, I answer and say.
This was not the Fishing intended.
The manner of the Fishing.
The places of the Fishing are
The Vent of Herrings in forreine parts.
That the Action is profitable in a way of Trading, may appeare by this Calculation hereunder named, according to good experiment made thereof.