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Author: Potter, William.
Title: The trades-man's jevvel: or a safe, easie, speedy and effectual means, for the incredible advancement of trade, and multiplication of riches;: shewing how men of indifferent estates, may abundantly increase both their own and other mens trading and riches, without parting with money, or any stock out of their own hands: by making their bills to become current instead of money, and frequently to revolve through their hands, with as much in money as the sums therein mentioned do amount unto.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The trades-man's jevvel: or a safe, easie, speedy and effectual means, for the incredible advancement of trade, and multiplication of riches;: shewing how men of indifferent estates, may abundantly increase both their own and other mens trading and riches, without parting with money, or any stock out of their own hands: by making their bills to become current instead of money, and frequently to revolve through their hands, with as much in money as the sums therein mentioned do amount unto.
Potter, William.

London: Printed by Edward Husband and John Field, printers to the Parliament of England, 1650.
Subject terms:
Commerce
Finance, Public -- Great Britain
Finance, Personal -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90882.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Judicious Reader.
THE TRADES-MANS Jewel, &c.
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