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Author: Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662.
Title: Mysteries and secrets of trade and mint-affairs: with several reasons against transporting treasure; and waies set down for preventing the same : formerly presented to the Right Honorable the Lord Bradshaw, (at whose desire I undertook this pains,) and presented it to the late Council of State : and now enlarged, and humbly presented to this present Parlament of the Common-wealth of England, in Aug. 1653. / By Tho. Violet of London, goldsmith.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mysteries and secrets of trade and mint-affairs: with several reasons against transporting treasure; and waies set down for preventing the same : formerly presented to the Right Honorable the Lord Bradshaw, (at whose desire I undertook this pains,) and presented it to the late Council of State : and now enlarged, and humbly presented to this present Parlament of the Common-wealth of England, in Aug. 1653. / By Tho. Violet of London, goldsmith.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662.

London: Printed by William Du-Gard, anno Dom. 1653.
Subject terms:
Precious metals -- England
Coinage -- England
Great Britain -- Commerce
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95988.0001.001

Contents
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A List of all such Ships as the Fleet of the PARLAMENT of England have brought into this Common-wealth as Dutch-Prizes, (which Ships have all been discharged by the High Court of Admiraltie, the daies here-under written) besides several other Ships dischar∣ged as Dutch-prizes brought into this Common-wealth by divers private men of War, the particular names and times of their discharge, I humbly desire the Register of the High Court of Admiraltie may bee ordered to bring into the Parlament.
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TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE Major General HARRISON, Major General DESBOROW, Collonel PHILIP JONES, and Collonel BENNET; All of the Right Honorable the Council of State.