Plain English in a familiar conference betwixt three friends, Rusticus, Civis, and Veridicus, concerning the deadness of our markets : offer'd as an expedient to serious consideration, and for the general good of gentry and commons.

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Plain English in a familiar conference betwixt three friends, Rusticus, Civis, and Veridicus, concerning the deadness of our markets : offer'd as an expedient to serious consideration, and for the general good of gentry and commons.
Author
Culpeper, Thomas, Sir, 1626-1697.
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London :: Printed by T.J. and are to be sold by Henry Million,
1673.
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Interest -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Economic conditions.
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"Plain English in a familiar conference betwixt three friends, Rusticus, Civis, and Veridicus, concerning the deadness of our markets : offer'd as an expedient to serious consideration, and for the general good of gentry and commons." In the digital collection Early English Books Online. https://name.umdl.umich.edu/A35409.0001.001. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed June 16, 2024.

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Plain English, IN A FAMILIAR CONFERENCE Betwixt three Friends, RUSTICUS, CIVIS, AND VERIDICUS, Concerning the Deadness OF OUR MARKETS.

Offer'd as an Expedient to serious Conside∣ration, and for the general good of Gentry and Commons.

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LONDON, Printed by T. I. and are to be sold by Henry Million at the Bible in Fleet street, 1673.

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