England's Improvement by Sea and Land: To Out-do the Dutch Without Fighting, to Pay Debts Without Moneys, to Set at Work All the Poor of England with the Growth of Our Own Lands : to Prevent Unnecessary Suits in Law, with the Benefit of a Voluntary Register : Directions where Vast Quantities of Timber are to be Had for the Building of Ships, with the Advantage of Making the Great Rivers of England Navigable : Rules to Prevent Fires in London, and Other Great Cities : with Directions how the Several Companies of Handicraftsmen in London May Always Have Cheap Bread and Drink, Volume 1
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