Omnia comesta à bello. Or, An answer out of the west to a question out of the north Wherein the earth is opened, and the napkin found, in which the trading talent of the nation hath been tyed up, and lyen hid for some years last passed; for want of which, all persons in England, from the tenant to the landlord, from the weaver to the merchant, have languished of a deep consumption

London : , Printed in the year, 1667

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