Leather: a Discourse, Tendered to the High Court of Parliament: Of the Generall Vse of Leather. The Generall Abuse Thereof. The Good which May Arise to Great Brittaine from the Reformation. The Seuerall Statutes Made in that Behalfe, by Our Ancient Kings. And Lastly, a Petition to the High Court of Parliament, that Out of Their Pious Care to Their Countrey, They Would Bee Pleased to Take Into Consideration, the Redresse of All Old Abuses, and by Adding Some Remedies of Their Owne, to Cut Off the New
The Library, 1629 - Leather industry and trade - 60 pages
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