Remarks on the affairs and trade of England and Ireland. :
Wherein is set down: 1. The antient charge of Ireland, and all the forces sent thither from 1170 until the compleat conquest thereof in 1602. ... 2. The peculiar advantages which accrue to England by Ireland: ... 3. The state of the trade, revenue, rents, manufactures, &c. of Ireland, with the causes of its poverty. ... 4. The only sure expedients for their advancement, with the necessity and utility of the repeal (as well as suspension) of the laws against dissenters; and the test. 5. How the reduction and settlement of Ireland may be improved to the advantage of England, ... And how Ireland may be rendred useful towards the retrenching the power of France. By a hearty well-wisher to the Protestant religion, and the prosperity of these kingdoms. With allowance /
py a Hearty well-wisher to the Protestant religion ... [pseud., i.e. Walter Harris].
|Main Creator:||Harris, Walter, Sir.|
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London : printed for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside near Mercers Chapel, 1691 [i.e. 1690]
Prefatory letter signed: W.H., i.e. Walter Harris.
With a final errata leaf.
The British Library copy, once owned by Narcissus Luttrell, carries his MS. note on date of purchase: "1690. 7. Nov.".
Physical description: , 74,  p. ; 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H886
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