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An impartial enquiry into the importance and present state of the woollen manufactories of Great-Britain : as likewise the improvements they are capable of receiving. In several letters to a member of Parliament. In which are contain'd, The Rise and Progreis of the Woollen Manufactories in England. The most material Laws now extant to encourage the Woollen Manufactories in this Kingdom, and prevent the Illicit Exportation of Wool. A Scheme propos'd, that will effectually answer that Purpose, and save Millions of Money Yearly to the Nation. Remarks on Webber's Scheme, and One offer'd by another Hand, - The Impropriety of granting a Registry in Charter. The Number of Sheep slaughter'd Yearly in London, - of Inhabitants within the Bills of Mortality ; as likewise the Number of Both in all England and Wales, and the Quantity of Wool grown Yearly in the Kingdom: The Case of the Irish Consider'd, the Expedrency of granting further Encouragement to their Linnen Manufactories, &c. The fourth edition. To which are added, by way of appendix, three letters never publish'd before. First, Remarks on an Essay upon the Woollen Manufacture in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1741. Secondly, The Graslers Advocate Examin'd, and his Calculations Corrected. Thirdly, A Scheme to prevent the Exportation of Unmanufactur'd Wool, most humbly Submitted to the Right Honourable the Two Houses of Parliament, by Henry Laybourne, M.A. most humbly Shewn to be Good for Nothing, By J. Gee. Preview this item
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An impartial enquiry into the importance and present state of the woollen manufactories of Great-Britain : as likewise the improvements they are capable of receiving. In several letters to a member of Parliament. In which are contain'd, The Rise and Progreis of the Woollen Manufactories in England. The most material Laws now extant to encourage the Woollen Manufactories in this Kingdom, and prevent the Illicit Exportation of Wool. A Scheme propos'd, that will effectually answer that Purpose, and save Millions of Money Yearly to the Nation. Remarks on Webber's Scheme, and One offer'd by another Hand, - The Impropriety of granting a Registry in Charter. The Number of Sheep slaughter'd Yearly in London, - of Inhabitants within the Bills of Mortality ; as likewise the Number of Both in all England and Wales, and the Quantity of Wool grown Yearly in the Kingdom: The Case of the Irish Consider'd, the Expedrency of granting further Encouragement to their Linnen Manufactories, &c. The fourth edition. To which are added, by way of appendix, three letters never publish'd before. First, Remarks on an Essay upon the Woollen Manufacture in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1741. Secondly, The Graslers Advocate Examin'd, and his Calculations Corrected. Thirdly, A Scheme to prevent the Exportation of Unmanufactur'd Wool, most humbly Submitted to the Right Honourable the Two Houses of Parliament, by Henry Laybourne, M.A. most humbly Shewn to be Good for Nothing, By J. Gee.

Author: J Gee
Publisher: [Lincoln] : Printed for the author, and sold by William Wood, Bookseller in Lincoln ; Charles Hitch, in Pater-Noster-Row ; Stephen Austen, in Newgate-Street, London ; Mr. Ascowe, in Nottingham, Mr. Row, in Derby, and Mr. Ward in York, [1744]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Letters
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J Gee
OCLC Number: 642341178
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 90 pages)

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