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Reasons humbly offered for the passing a bill for the hindering the home consumption of East-India silks, bengals, &c. : and an answer to the author of several objections against the said bill, in a book, entitled, An essay on the East-India trade / by T.S. a weaver in London, who would have the nobility and gentry of England have a true light into that affair ; with a postscript, containing the French King's decree concerning India manufactures
Bib ID 1945119
Format BookBook
Author
T. S. (Thomas Smith)
 
Description London : Printed by J. Bradford ..., 1697 
36 p. ; 16 cm. 
Notes

The issue with "passing" in the title, as opposed to "pasing."

Cited In

Wing, S4255aA.

Kress, 2047.

Subjects Davenant, Charles, 1656-1714. Essay on the East-India trade.  |  East India Company -- History -- 17th century.  |  Trade regulation -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century.  |  Great Britain -- Commercial policy -- History -- 17th century.
Other authors/contributors France. Conseil d'Etat

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