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Author: Johnson, Thomas, marchant.
Title: A plea for free-mens liberties: or The monopoly of the Eastland marchants anatomized by divers arguments: (wch will also serve to set forth the unjustnesse of the marchant-adventurers monopoly,) and proved illegall, unnaturall, irrationall, against the honour of the nation, tending to its ruine and vassalage, procured by evill counsellors: and lastly treasonable: with a short comment upon their oath, worthy of every mans serious perusall. / Penned for the publique good, by Thomas Johnson marchant.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A plea for free-mens liberties: or The monopoly of the Eastland marchants anatomized by divers arguments: (wch will also serve to set forth the unjustnesse of the marchant-adventurers monopoly,) and proved illegall, unnaturall, irrationall, against the honour of the nation, tending to its ruine and vassalage, procured by evill counsellors: and lastly treasonable: with a short comment upon their oath, worthy of every mans serious perusall. / Penned for the publique good, by Thomas Johnson marchant.
Johnson, Thomas, marchant.

[London]: Printed Anno 1646. and are to be sold in London, at every stationers shop, that loves liberty, and hates monopolies, [1646]
Subject terms:
Monopolies -- England
Eastland Company -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87610.0001.001

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The Prologue to all the Commons of England.
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