A compleat history of the life and raigne of King Charles from his cradle to his grave collected and written by William Sanderson, Esq.
Sanderson, William, Sir, 1586?-1676.

Page  38311. That the said Earl, in the ninth year of his now Majesties Reign, did by his own will and pleasure, and for his own lucre, restrain the exportation of the commodities of that Kingdome without his licence, as namely Pipe-staves, and other commodities, and then raised great sums of money for licensing of exportation of those com∣modities, and dispensation of the said restraints imposed on them, by which means the Pipe-staves were raised from four pound ten shil∣lings, or five pound per thousand, to ten pound, and sometimes eleven pound, per thousand: and other commodities were inhanced in the like proportion, and by the same means by him the said Earl.