Londons blame, if not its shame [electronic resource] : manifested by the great neglect of the fishery, which affordeth to our neighbor nation yeerly the revenue of many millions ..., or, The inestimable riches of the British seas, which do yield a monthly harvest of several fish in their season, which ... would ... encrease shipping ... and publique revenue ... the which we may ... thus accomplish, let every ward in London build a buss ... which ship would imploy all the poor in their ward ... / dedicated by Thomas Jenner to the corporation of the poor in the city of London, being a member thereof ...
- [London] : Printed by T.J. ..., 1651.
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- Making of the Modern World
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