Silk Industry Taxation Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Reasons humbly proposed to the Honourable House of Commons, for laying a duty upon East-India silks, &c. exported into Her Majesty's dominions; and that no drawback be allow'd upon callicoes, muslins, &c. when exported to America and Ireland..
Silk Manufacturers England Early Works To 1800 : England's advocate, Europe's monitor : being an intreaty for help in behalf of the English silk-weavers and silk-throsters : shewing their misery, and the cause thereof, and what will only cure both them and the evils England's trade groans under, and other English manufacturers, from the like desolation : in a letter to a member of the Honourable House of Commons.; A. N.
Silk Trade England London Early Works To 1800 : A very considerable and lamentable petition, delivered to the honourable House of Commons, February the 12th. 1641 : To the honourable the knights, citizens and burgesses, of the House of Commons assembled in Parliament. / The humble petition of the master, wardens, and commonalty of the mistery or trade of the Silk Throsters of London..; Company of Silk-Throwers of the City of London.
Silkworms Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The silkewormes, and their flies: liuely described in verse, by T.M. a countrie farmar, and an apprentice in physicke. For the great benefit and enriching of England; Moffett, Thomas,
Silkworms Virginia Early Works To 1800 : A rare and new discovery of a speedy way and easie means, found out by a young lady in England, she having made full proofe thereof in May, anno 1652. : For the feeding of silk-worms in the woods, on the mulberry-tree-leaves in Virginia: who after fourty dayes time present there most rich golden-coloured silken fleece, to the instant wonderfull enriching of all the planters there, requiring from them neither cost, labour, or hindrance in any of their other employments whatsoever. And also to the good hopes that the Indians, seeing that there is neither art, skill or pains in the thing: they will readily set upon it, being by the benefit thereof inabled to buy of the English (in way of truck for their silk-bottomes) all those things that they most desire. So that not only their civilizing will follow, thereupon, but by the infinite mercie of God, their conversion to the Christian faith, the glory of our nation, which is the daily humble prayer of Virginia for Virginia. With two propositions tending to England's and the colonies infinite advantage.; Hartlib, Samuel,
Silkworms Virgnina Early Works To 1800 : The reformed Virginian silk-worm, or A rare and new discovery of a speedy way, and easy means, found out by a young Lady in England, she having made full proof thereof in May, anno 1652. : For the feeding of silk-worms in the woods, on the mulberry-trees in Virginia ... and also to the good hopes that the Indians, seeing and finding that there is neither art, skill, nor pains in the thing, they will readily set upon it, being by the benefits thereof inabled to buy of the English ... all these things that they most desire.