Trade revived, or, A way proposed to restore, increase, inrich, strengthen, and preserve the decayed and even dying trade of this our English nation in its manufactories, coin, shiping [sic] and revenue whereby taxes may be lessened if not totally taken away ... : as also a way shewed how the duty of excise may be regulated for the ease and incouragement of this nations commerce ... : and likewise certain ways propounded for the raising of considerable sums of money to maintain the charges of the government ... / set forth by a wel-wisher to the nation and its prosperity.

John Bland 1660

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