To the Commons of Great Britain, in Parliament assembled. Reasons humbly offer'd by the card-makers, [electronic resource] : and wier-drawers [sic], of Froome-Selwood in the county of Somerset, and parts adjacent, shewing the necessity of an act for preventing the sale of old wooll-cards, and for supplying the defects of the Act made in the 13th and 14th of Car. II. for prohibiting the importation of white iron wire, and the putting of old wire into new leather