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A Plan of the English Commerce. Being a Compleat Prospect of the Trade of this Nation, as well the Home Trade as the Foreign. In Three Parts. Part I. Containing a View of the present Magnitude of the English Trade, as it respects, 1. The Exportation of our own Growth and Manufacture. 2. The Importation of Merchants Goods from Abroad. 3. The Prodigious Consumption of both at Home. Part II. Containing an Answer to that great and important Question now depending , whether our Trade, and especially our Manufactures, are in a Declining Condition, or no? Part III. Containing several Proposals entirely new, for extending and improving our Trade, and promoting the Consumption of our Manufactures, in Countries wherewith we have hitherto had no Commerce. Humbly offered to the Consideration of the King and Parliament. London: Printed for Charles Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St Paulís Church-Yard. M.DCC.XXVIII.


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