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Author: Potter, William.
Title: Humble proposalls to the honorable the Councell for Trade and all merchants and others who desire to improve their estates, shevving what particulars if enacted by Parliament would (as with due submission is conceived) conduce to advance trade, imploy the poore, diminish interest, improve publique revenues; and prevent the cruelty of creditors, and the injustice of debtors. Tending (likewise) speedily to promote the enterprise discovered in a late treatise, entituled, The key of wealth, and in an abstract thereof, called, The trades-man's jewel.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Humble proposalls to the honorable the Councell for Trade and all merchants and others who desire to improve their estates, shevving what particulars if enacted by Parliament would (as with due submission is conceived) conduce to advance trade, imploy the poore, diminish interest, improve publique revenues; and prevent the cruelty of creditors, and the injustice of debtors. Tending (likewise) speedily to promote the enterprise discovered in a late treatise, entituled, The key of wealth, and in an abstract thereof, called, The trades-man's jewel.
Potter, William.

London: printed for Edward Husband, at the Golden Dragon in Fleet-street, 1651.
Notes:
Preface signed by W. Potter.
Reproduction of the original at the British Library.
Subject terms:
Debtor and creditor -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A55526.0001.001

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