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An enquiry how far the restrictions laid upon the trade of Ireland, by British acts of Parliament, are a benefit or disadvantage to the British dominions in general, and to England in particular; for whose separate advantage they were intended: With an address to the gentlemen concerned in the woollen commerce of Great Britain ... : To which is prefixed a letter to Sir John Duntze ...on the same subject; in which a union between the two kingdoms is discussed ... 1 edition

An enquiry how far the restrictions laid upon the trade of Ireland, by ...
Caldwell, James Sir

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An enquiry how far the restrictions laid upon the trade of Ireland, by British acts of Parliament, are a benefit or disadvantage to the British dominions in general, and to England in particular; for whose separate advantage they were intended
With an address to the gentlemen concerned in the woollen commerce of Great Britain ... : To which is prefixed a letter to Sir John Duntze ...on the same subject; in which a union between the two kingdoms is discussed ...
By Sir James Caldwell.

Published 1779 by printed by R. Marchbank in Dublin .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Black 1040.

The Physical Object

Pagination
x,[11]-100p. ;
Number of pages
100

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL17212342M

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