APA Citation

Munn, J. (1739). Observations on British wool, and the manufacturing of it in this Kingdom: With remarks on the wool, and woollen manufactories of France, Flanders and Holland, &c. Shewing the Nature of the British Wool in its full Perfection, and its peculiar Goodness, exceeding all other Combing Wool, and the Advantages we may have from it; the Loss and Ruin it will infallibly bring to this Nation by being Run into Foreign Parts, and how and why it is Destructive: With the Rise and Progress of the Woollen Manufactories Abroad, occasion'd by its being Run. To which is annex'd, A Playcart or Proclamation, for Preserving the Woollen Manufactures in Flanders, publish'd in the Year 1731. Also an Address to the Parliament of Great-Britain, shewing the Advantage it is to the Landed Interest to keep our Wool at Home; with an Addition of several Facts of Wool and Yarn being seized, which have come to my Knowledge since the first Publication. By a manufacturer of Northamptonshire (The second edition, with additions.). London: printed by H. Kent, for the author: and sold by Simon Vertue, at the Sun in Swithin's-Ally near the Royal-Exchange. Also by the booksellers and pamphlet shops of London and Westminster.

Chicago Style Citation

Munn, John. Observations On British Wool, and the Manufacturing of It in This Kingdom: With Remarks On the Wool, and Woollen Manufactories of France, Flanders and Holland, &c. Shewing the Nature of the British Wool in Its Full Perfection, and Its Peculiar Goodness, Exceeding All Other Combing Wool, and the Advantages We May Have From It; the Loss and Ruin It Will Infallibly Bring to This Nation By Being Run Into Foreign Parts, and How and Why It Is Destructive: With the Rise and Progress of the Woollen Manufactories Abroad, Occasion'd By Its Being Run. To Which Is Annex'd, A Playcart or Proclamation, for Preserving the Woollen Manufactures in Flanders, Publish'd in the Year 1731. Also an Address to the Parliament of Great-Britain, Shewing the Advantage It Is to the Landed Interest to Keep Our Wool At Home; With an Addition of Several Facts of Wool and Yarn Being Seized, Which Have Come to My Knowledge Since the First Publication. By a Manufacturer of Northamptonshire. The second edition, with additions. London: printed by H. Kent, for the author: and sold by Simon Vertue, at the Sun in Swithin's-Ally near the Royal-Exchange. Also by the booksellers and pamphlet shops of London and Westminster, 1739.

MLA Citation

Munn, John. Observations On British Wool, and the Manufacturing of It in This Kingdom: With Remarks On the Wool, and Woollen Manufactories of France, Flanders and Holland, &c. Shewing the Nature of the British Wool in Its Full Perfection, and Its Peculiar Goodness, Exceeding All Other Combing Wool, and the Advantages We May Have From It; the Loss and Ruin It Will Infallibly Bring to This Nation By Being Run Into Foreign Parts, and How and Why It Is Destructive: With the Rise and Progress of the Woollen Manufactories Abroad, Occasion'd By Its Being Run. To Which Is Annex'd, A Playcart or Proclamation, for Preserving the Woollen Manufactures in Flanders, Publish'd in the Year 1731. Also an Address to the Parliament of Great-Britain, Shewing the Advantage It Is to the Landed Interest to Keep Our Wool At Home; With an Addition of Several Facts of Wool and Yarn Being Seized, Which Have Come to My Knowledge Since the First Publication. By a Manufacturer of Northamptonshire. The second edition, with additions. London: printed by H. Kent, for the author: and sold by Simon Vertue, at the Sun in Swithin's-Ally near the Royal-Exchange. Also by the booksellers and pamphlet shops of London and Westminster, 1739.

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