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The Resource Remarks on the affairs and trade of England and Ireland : wherein is set down 1. the antient charge of Ireland, and all the forces sent thither from 1170 until the compleat conquest thereof in 1602 ..., 2. the peculiar advantages which accrue to England by Ireland ..., 3. the state of trade, revenue, rents, manufactures, &c. of Ireland, with the causes of its poverty ..., 4. the only sure expedients for their advancement, with the necessity and utility of the repeal (as well as suspension) of the laws against dissenters, and the test, 5. how the reduction and settlement of Ireland may be improved to the advantage of England ..., by a hearty well-wisher to the Protestant religion, and the prosperity of these kingdoms, (electronic resource)

Remarks on the affairs and trade of England and Ireland : wherein is set down 1. the antient charge of Ireland, and all the forces sent thither from 1170 until the compleat conquest thereof in 1602 ..., 2. the peculiar advantages which accrue to England by Ireland ..., 3. the state of trade, revenue, rents, manufactures, &c. of Ireland, with the causes of its poverty ..., 4. the only sure expedients for their advancement, with the necessity and utility of the repeal (as well as suspension) of the laws against dissenters, and the test, 5. how the reduction and settlement of Ireland may be improved to the advantage of England ..., by a hearty well-wisher to the Protestant religion, and the prosperity of these kingdoms, (electronic resource)

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Remarks on the affairs and trade of England and Ireland : wherein is set down 1. the antient charge of Ireland, and all the forces sent thither from 1170 until the compleat conquest thereof in 1602 ..., 2. the peculiar advantages which accrue to England by Ireland ..., 3. the state of trade, revenue, rents, manufactures, &c. of Ireland, with the causes of its poverty ..., 4. the only sure expedients for their advancement, with the necessity and utility of the repeal (as well as suspension) of the laws against dissenters, and the test, 5. how the reduction and settlement of Ireland may be improved to the advantage of England ...
Title
Remarks on the affairs and trade of England and Ireland
Title remainder
wherein is set down 1. the antient charge of Ireland, and all the forces sent thither from 1170 until the compleat conquest thereof in 1602 ..., 2. the peculiar advantages which accrue to England by Ireland ..., 3. the state of trade, revenue, rents, manufactures, &c. of Ireland, with the causes of its poverty ..., 4. the only sure expedients for their advancement, with the necessity and utility of the repeal (as well as suspension) of the laws against dissenters, and the test, 5. how the reduction and settlement of Ireland may be improved to the advantage of England ...
Statement of responsibility
by a hearty well-wisher to the Protestant religion, and the prosperity of these kingdoms
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Citation location within source
  • H886
  • II 339
Citation source
  • Wing
  • Arber's Term cat.
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Harris, Walter
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Great Britain
  • Ireland
  • Ireland
  • Great Britain
Target audience
general
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Remarks on the affairs and trade of England and Ireland : wherein is set down 1. the antient charge of Ireland, and all the forces sent thither from 1170 until the compleat conquest thereof in 1602 ..., 2. the peculiar advantages which accrue to England by Ireland ..., 3. the state of trade, revenue, rents, manufactures, &c. of Ireland, with the causes of its poverty ..., 4. the only sure expedients for their advancement, with the necessity and utility of the repeal (as well as suspension) of the laws against dissenters, and the test, 5. how the reduction and settlement of Ireland may be improved to the advantage of England ..., by a hearty well-wisher to the Protestant religion, and the prosperity of these kingdoms, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • Prefatory letter signed: W.H. [i.e., Walter Harris]. Cf. NUC pre-1956
  • Errata: p. [1] at end
  • Reproduction of original in Library of Congress
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Color
black and white
Control code
ocm12848523e
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unknown
Extent
[5], 74, [1] p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocm12848523e\
Label
Remarks on the affairs and trade of England and Ireland : wherein is set down 1. the antient charge of Ireland, and all the forces sent thither from 1170 until the compleat conquest thereof in 1602 ..., 2. the peculiar advantages which accrue to England by Ireland ..., 3. the state of trade, revenue, rents, manufactures, &c. of Ireland, with the causes of its poverty ..., 4. the only sure expedients for their advancement, with the necessity and utility of the repeal (as well as suspension) of the laws against dissenters, and the test, 5. how the reduction and settlement of Ireland may be improved to the advantage of England ..., by a hearty well-wisher to the Protestant religion, and the prosperity of these kingdoms, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Prefatory letter signed: W.H. [i.e., Walter Harris]. Cf. NUC pre-1956
  • Errata: p. [1] at end
  • Reproduction of original in Library of Congress
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
ocm12848523e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[5], 74, [1] p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocm12848523e\

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