A representation of the advantages that would arise to this kingdom by the erecting and improving of manufactories, but more especially by that of woollen-cloath

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s.n., 1683
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Page 10 - come to difperfe themfelves through the Country, and work by themfelves, and the knowledge of it become more general ; Thefe doing* then for themfelves, will
Page 4 - the Export of fo much Money, formerly beftowed on fuch; but alfo by occafioning the import of fo much Money to the Kingdom.
Page 4 - which is not worth 5- d. the Pound, ( reckoning 16 Ounces to the pound^ comes to yield, when made in Fingrams
Page 4 - is either made ufe of in the Kingdom, or exported: and is either made of our own Country
Page 10 - not but in two years more, to be able to fell as cheap as any formerly made
Page 5 - in England ,. but within thefe three years , good quantities have been exported to Holland, Hamburgh,

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