A discourse on trade and other matters relative to it. Viz. Of Trade in general: Of the Trade of England: Of Husbandry, Feeding, Tillage, Corn, Fruit, Fish, Minerals, Trees, Manufactures, Sheep-Wool, Cotton-Wool. Hemp and Flax: Glass, Earthen-Ware, Silk, Distilling: The great Advantages of a universal National Bank demonstrated: Sugar-Baking, Tobacco, Tanning, Clock-Work, Paper - Mills, Powder - Mills: Method to improve our Manufactures, by imploying the Poor: Of Courts of Merchants, Silver Coin: An effectual Method to prevent the Running of Wool: Of our Trade to the East and West-Indies, Africa, the Plantations, Iceland, the Canaries, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Italy, Holland, Hamburgh, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway, France, South-Sea, &c. What foreign Trades are profitable, and what not. An Essay on National Credit, and the Irish Linnen Manufacture, &c. &c. &c. Wrote at the request of several Members of Parliament. And now Published for universal Benefit. By John Cary, Esq; Merchant of Bristol

Main Author: Cary, John
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London printed for T. Osborne in Gray's-Inn 1745, MDCCXLV. [1745]
Edition:[Second edition]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:'Chronicon rusticum-commerciale' was published in 1747. - Braces in imprint. - Edition statement from p. iv of the dedication. - English Short Title Catalog, T133331. - P1 o. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - The appendix includes: 'An account of the proceedings of the corporation of Bristol, in execution of the Act of Parliament for the better employing and maintaining the poor of that city.', 'An essay towards settling a national credit. By John Cary, Esq; The fifth edition, corrected.' and 'Some considerations relating to the carrying on the linnen manufacture in .. Ireland. By John Cary, Esq; The fifth edition, corrected.', each with a separate titlepage. - The final four leaves contain 'Proposals for printing, by subscription, in two volumes octavo, Chronicon rusticum-commerciale; or, memoirs of wool, &c. .. By John Smith, LL.B'. - The pagination and register are continuous
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