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Humble proposalls to the honorable the Councell for Trade

William Potter

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

by William Potter

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Published by printed for Edward Husband, at the Golden Dragon in Fleet-street in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Debtor and creditor -- England -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2014:2
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15421151M

    MHS S4 Vol 8 - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Massachusetts Historical Society Series 4 Vol. 8. 21 December - [Anon.], No Papist Nor Presbyterian: But the modest Desires and proposalls of Some well-affected and Free-born People: Offered to The Generall Councell of the Armie, for Redresse of Grievances, In order to the late Representative, and .

    Consented to by the Councell and they have chosen the worshipfull Tho. Danforth Esq. and John Phillips, Esq. to be of this Committee desiring others to be added by the representatives. per order John Richards. We have chosen Copt. Jno. Price Copt Joseph Lynde and Mr. Chr. Webb to be of this Committie. attest Ebenezer Prout Clerk [ Full text of "History of Scots affairs, from MDCXXXVII to MDCXLI" See other formats.

    Plymouth’s New Minister – A period of nearly five years separates Cotton’s last letter to John Winthrop Jr. and the beginning of this second cycle of correspondence. This gap, the longest in this volume, is particularly unfortunate, for it comprises nearly three years that Cotton spent on Martha’s Vineyard, ministering to the English there and developing his new role as a. “Destined in Early Childhood for the Study of Literature,” and for the Church Milton was born into a prosperous middle-class family of Puritan leanings and considerable culture, on “the 9th of December die Veneris [Friday] half an howr after 6 in the morning,” as he himself noted in a family Bible.1 On December 20 he was.


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Humble proposalls to the honorable the Councell for Trade, and all merchants and others who desire to improve their estates: shewing what particulars if enacted by Parliament would conduce to advance trade, imploy the poore, diminish interest, improve publique revenues, and prevent the cruelty of creditors and the injustice of debtors, tending to promote the enterprise discovered in a.

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.

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A letter from the Leaguer before Colchester, sent to the Honorable Committee at Derby-House, of the great fight between his Excellency the Lord Fairfax, and the forces in Colchester. London: Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honorable House of Commons, July 7.

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