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A new discourse of trade: wherein are recommended several weighty points, relating to Companies of Merchants; The Act of Navigation, Naturalization of Strangers, and our Woollen Manufactures. The Balance of Trade, And Nature of Plantations; with their Consequences, in relation to the Kingdom, are seriously discussed. Methods for the Employment and Maintenance of the Poor are proposed. The Reduction of Interest of Money to 4 l. per cent. is recommended. And some Proposals for erecting a Court of Merchants, for determining Controversies relating to Maritime Affairs, and for a Law for Transferring of Bills of Debts, are humbly offer’d. To which is added, A short, but most excellent Treatise of Interest. By Sir Josiah Child, Baronet.
London: Printed for J. Hodges, on London-Bridge; W. Meadows at the Angel in Cornhill; C. Corbet, against St Dunstan’s Church, Fleet street; J. Jackson, at St. James’s Gate; J Stagg, in Westminster-Hall; and J. Bevill, near St. Saviours Church, Southwark , 1745?.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|William Cowley||4/3/1792||4/16/1792||Child on trade|
|Henry Sands||8/14/1799||8/20/1799||Child on Trade|
|Gerard W. Beekman||6/21/1800||7/8/1800||Child on Trade|
|DeWitt Clinton||6/9/1803||6/16/1803||Child on Trade|