A scheme to prevent the running of wool abroad, and to encourage the manufactures at home [electronic resource] : Re-Printed with several additions. Together with Notes upon Trade and Industry, Idleness, and Extravagance. Also a scheme to prevent the smuggling of brandy, tea, &c. into England. To Encourage the Fair Trader, and encrease His Majesty's Revenues. The second edition, with additions. Shewing, In part, what should, and what should not be done, for the Purposes aforesaid, and that the Riches of a Nation encrease in Proportion as the Produce thereof is (or decrease in Proportion as the same is not) properly improved, manufactured, or consumed. By John Newball .

Newball, John, fl. 1730-1748.
Stamford : printed by F. Howgrave, and sold by him, and the men that carry the Stamford Mercury , [1744]
Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
[12],100p. ; 8⁰.
Smuggling -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Wool industry -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
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