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Author: Johnson, Thomas, marchant.
Title: A discourse consisting of motives for the enlargement and freedome of trade·: Especially that of cloth, and other vvoollen manufactures, engrossed at present contrary to [brace] the law of nature, the law of nations, and the lawes of this kingdome. / By a company of private men who stile themselves merchant-adventurers. The first part. Aprill. 11. 1645 Imprimatur, Na. Brent.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discourse consisting of motives for the enlargement and freedome of trade·: Especially that of cloth, and other vvoollen manufactures, engrossed at present contrary to [brace] the law of nature, the law of nations, and the lawes of this kingdome. / By a company of private men who stile themselves merchant-adventurers. The first part. Aprill. 11. 1645 Imprimatur, Na. Brent.
Johnson, Thomas, marchant.

London: Printed by Richard Bishop for Stephen Bowtell, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bible in Popes-Head Alley, 1645.
Subject terms:
Wool industry -- England
Free trade -- Free trade
Protectionism -- Free trade
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87609.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honourable the LORDS and COMMONS in PARLIAMENT assembled.
A DISCOURSE Consisting of MOTIVES FOR The Enlargement and Freedome of Trade, Especially That of CLOTH, and other Woollen Manufactures, Engrossed at present By a Company of private men who stile themselves Merchant-Adventurers.