An enquiry how far the restrictions laid upon the trade of Ireland, by British acts of Parliament, are a benefit or disadvantage to the British dominions in general, and to England in particular; for whose separate advantage they were intended With an address to the gentlemen concerned in the woollen commerce of Great-Britain, and particularly to the members of Parliament for the several counties, cities, and boroughs connected with those manufactures. To which is added a letter to Sir John Duntze, bart. member of Parliament for Tiverton, on the same subject; in which a union between the two kingdoms is discussed. With extracts of such parts of the statutes as lay the trade of Ireland under those restrictions, with remarks. By Sir James Caldwell, bart. count of Milan, in the Holy Roman Empire

Main Author: Caldwell, James
Other Authors: Great Britain
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Exeter Printed for Henry Mugg, and sold by T. Becket, W. Brown, J. Buckland, Fielding & Walker, Richardson & Urquhart, London: and by all other booksellers in town and country 1779, M,DCC,LXXIX. [1779]
Edition:The second edition. Price Eighteen-Pence
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T225634. - Reproduction of original from British Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (xii,113,[1]p) 8°