A survey of trade :
In four parts. I, The great advantage of trade in general, and the particular influence of it on Great Britain. II, The marks of a beneficial trade, and the nature of our commerce in several branches ... III, The great advantage of our colonies and plantations to Great Britain ... IV, Some considerations of the disadvantages our trade at present labours under, and for the recovery and enlargement of it ... Together with considerations on our money and bullion :its exportation discussed : scarcity of silver coin accounted for : the mean for procuring a plenty and free circulation of both species ...
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printed by W. Wilkins, for W. Hinchliffe,
|Notes:||Dedication signed: William Wood. |
With an errata leaf after the dedication.
Presentation copy to the NLI from the Duke of Leinster. Bookplate of the Carton House Library on the front endpapers.
Physical description: xiv,,373,p. ; 20 cm.
Citations/References: Hanson, 2349
Citations/References: Goldsmiths', 5424
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