|Title:||Seasonable observations humbly offered to his highness the Lord Protector: By Samuel Lambe of London, merchant.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Seasonable observations humbly offered to his highness the Lord Protector: By Samuel Lambe of London, merchant.
[London: Printed at the authors charge, for the use and benefit of the English nation, and to be considered of, and put in execution, as the high court of Parliament, in their great wisdoms, shall think meet, January 27. 1657]
Foreign trade promotion -- England
Great Britain -- Commerce
Seasonable Observations Humbly offered to his Highness the Lord PROTECTOR.
Certain proposalls for establishing a Banke at London, humbly offered (by Samuel Lambe of London Merchant.)
Here follow the Remedies against the evills observed in the Booke.