A discourse of the growth of England in populousness and trade since the Reformation of the clerical revenue, and the same asserted to be reasonable and necessary here : of the numbers of the people of England, founded on the poll bills, and the bishops survey, in the year 1676 : of the Bills of mortality, and political observations thereon : of the necessity of future publick taxes for the support of the government and our religion : of the advancement of the linen manufacture, with an account of the linen cloaths, canvas, linen-yarn, hemp, flax, and cordage, imported into the port of London ... from Mich. 1689 : with various political remarks and calculations relating to most parts of Christiandom : shewing likewise from natural causes the impossibility of the advancement of popery (and consequently the folly of those that attempt to restore it) in England : with some observations on the Jesuites principles savouring fraud or calumny : therein also is largely discuss'd that papal tenet of the lawfullness of burning heretical cities : by way of letter to a person of honour

Pett Sir London : Printed, and are to be sold by Randall Taylor ..., 1689

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