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Observations on the manufactures, trade, and present state of Ireland
Sheffield, John Holroyd Earl of
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4528, no. 08.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
A View of the Present State of Ireland. and their liberties were in his fre power to appoynt, what tenures, what lawes, what. condicions he would over them, which were all his: against which ther could be no rightful. [re]sistance, or if there were, he might, when he would, establish them with a stronger. hand. Chap. XXVIII: Circulation considered with regard to the Rise and Fall of the Price of Subsistence and Manufactures Chap. XXIX: Circulation with foreign Nations, the same thing as the Balance of Trade Chap. XXX: Miscellaneous Questions and Observations relative to Trade and Industry. BOOK .
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Observations on the manufactures, trade, and present state of Ireland. Dublin, J. Exshaw, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Holroyd Sheffield, Earl of; Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress).
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Get this from a library. Observations on the manufactures, trade, and present state of Ireland. [John Holroyd Sheffield, Earl of]. Some observations on the present state of Ireland, particularly with relation to the woollen manufacture. In a letter to His Excellency the Duke of Dorset.
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Observations on the manufactures, trade, and present state of Ireland. [Ressource électronique]: By John Lord Sheffield. Part the first / Sheffield, John Holroyd. And, even to the present day, Liverpool “respectability” is the Pindar of the slave trade which — compare the work of Aikin  already quoted — “has coincided with that spirit of bold adventure which has characterised the trade of Liverpool and rapidly carried it to its present state of prosperity; has occasioned vast employment.
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Observations on the project for abolishing the slave trade and on the reasonableness of attempting some practicable mode of relieving the Negroes. by: Sheffield, John Holroyd, Earl of, Published: () Observations on the manufactures, trade, and present state of Ireland.
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Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition A View of the present State of Ireland Author: Edmund Spenser. The present state of manufactures, commerce, interior and exterior trade. Manufactures We never had an interior trade of any importance. Our exterior commerce has suffered very much from the beginning of the present contest.
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