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Leather Industry And Trade England Early Works To 1800
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  Brief directions how to tanne leather according to a new invention made out by severall of the princ

[London : s.n., 1680?] -Access this resource online
1680?
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  By the Lords Justices, a proclamation. Tho. Cantuar. Devonshire, Sunderland, Dorsett, Romney, Orford
England and Wales. Lords Justices.
London : printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd, printers to the King's most excellent Majesty, 1697. -Access this resource online
1697
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  Certain reasons why tanned leather ought not to be bought and sold again in this kingdom of England
J. W.
[London : s.n., 1641] -Access this resource online
1641
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  A computation of what a tax laid only on shooes, boots, slippers and gloves may amount unto in a yea

[London : s.n., 1696?] -Access this resource online
1696?
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  An humble petition and remonstrance presented unto both the high and honourable Houses of Parliament

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1641. -Access this resource online
1641
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  The present case of the tanners, curriers, shoemakers, and other dealers in leather..

[London : s.n., 1695] -Access this resource online
1695
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  Proposals to the Honourable House of Commons, humbly offered and presented, for the laying a tax upo
Organ, Richard, active 1696.
[London : s.n., 1696] -Access this resource online
1696
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  Proposals to the Honourable House of Commons, humbly offered and presented; for the laying a tax upo
Organ, Richard, active 1696.
[London : s.n., 1696] -Access this resource online
1696
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  Reasons humbly offered by the Company of Cordwainers, to prevent the renewing of the act for transpo
Cordwainers Company (London, England)
[London : s.n., 1675] -Access this resource online
1675
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  Reasons humbly offered to the high court of Parliament against laying a duty of one peny [sic] per p

London, : Printed by H. Hills, in Black-Fryers, near the Water-side., 1694. -Access this resource online
1694
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  Reasons humbly offered to the High Court of Parliament: : shewing (if their honours think fit to lay

[London : s.n., 1697] -Access this resource online
1697
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  Reasons humbly offered to the high court of Parliament, to shew the great dammage the publick receiv

[London? : s.n., 1696?] -Access this resource online
1696?
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  Reasons humbly proposed to the High Court of Parliament, against the reviving the act for transporta

[London : s.n., 1677] -Access this resource online
1677
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  Some few reasons against laying the design'd leather-impositions on gloves. : Humbly submitted to th

[London : s.n., 1695?] -Access this resource online
1695?
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  Some reasons as to the duty, laying upon buck and doe-skins, showing that a high duty upon them will

[London : s.n., 1690?] -Access this resource online
1690?
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  Some reasons most humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons relating to the shoemakers case,

[S.l. : s.n., 1714] -Access this resource online More...
1714
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  The tanners reasons against the exportation of bark. : Humbly offered to the consideration of the Ho

[London? : s.n., between 1695 and 1718] -Access this resource online
1718
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  To the High Court of Parliament, some considerations humbly proposed before the reviving of the acts

[London? : s.n., 1700?] -Access this resource online
1700?
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  To the honourable house of C[ommons] now assembled in Parliament. The humble petition of certain mer

[London? : s.n., 1680] -Access this resource online
1680
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