The interest of England as it stands, with relation to the trade of Ireland, considered :
the arguments against the bill, for prohibiting the exportation of woollen manufactures from Ireland to forreign parts, fairly discusst, and the reasonableness and necessity of Englands restraining her colonies in all matters of trade, that may be prejudicial to her own commerce, clearly demonstrated. With short remarques on a book, entituled, Some thoughts on the bill depending before the Right Honourable the House of Lords, for prohibiting the exportation of the woollen manufactures of Ireland to forreign parts.
|Main Creator:||Clement, Simon.|
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London : printed by John Atwood, at his printing-house behind St. Christophers Church in Thread-needle-street, the backside of the Royal Exchange, 1698.
Attributed to Simon Clement.
In part a reply to: Cox, Sir Richard. Some thoughts on the bill depending before the right honourable the House of Lords.
Physical description: , 23,  p. ; 4⁰
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C4638A