The proverb crossed, or A new paradox maintained :
(viz.) that it is not at all times true, that interest cannot lye. Being a full, clear and distinct answer to a paper of an English gentleman, who endeavours to demonstrate that it is for the interest of England, that the laws against transportation of wooll should be repealed.
|Main Creator:||Carter, W. (William)|
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[London] : Printed for authour, in the year 1677.
Anonymous. By William Carter.
Place of publication from Wing.
Physical description: , 25,  p. ; small 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C676B
Citations/References: Goldsmiths', 2201
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