A Dialogue Between Dick Brazenface the Card-maker, and Tim. Meanwell, the Clothier;: Being the Dispute Between the Card-maker and the Clothier Fairly Stated, in Order to Set the Merits of that Cause in a True Light; which is Humbly Offer'd to the Consideration of the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament Assembled..
1711 - Wool-carding - 12 pages
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