Observations on British Wool, and the Manufacture of it in this Kingdom: With Remarks on the Wool, and Woollen Manufacturies of France, Flanders and Holland, &c. ...

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H. Kent, 1738 - Great Britain - 56 pages
A discussion of the various types and qualities of British and foreign wool, the illicit trade in wool, and the damage it does to Britain while bringing advantage to other countries.

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