The fourth part of the present state of England relating to its trade and commerce within it self, and with all countries traded to by the English, as it is found at this day established, giving a most exact account of the laws and customs of merchants relating to bills of exchange, policies of ensurance, fraights, bottomery, wreck, averidge, contributions, customs, coyns, weights, measures, and all other matters relating to inland and marine affairs : to which is likewise added Englands guide to industry, or improvement of trade, for the good of all people in general /

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Varying form of title:England's guide to industry : or, Improvement of trade, for the good of all people in general
Author / Creator: Chamberlayne, Edward, 1616-1703.
Other Authors / Creators:Holt, Ralph, -1688?, printer.
Whitwood, William, bookseller.
Format: eBook Electronic
Imprint: London : Printed by R. Holt for William Whitwood, near the George Inn in Little Britain, 1683.
Series:Early English books online.
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Item Description:A person of quality = Edward Chamberlayne. Cf. Wing (2nd ed., 1994).
Title page is a cancel. Second title page and register begins with 2A. Cf. ESTC.
Printer's name from (2nd ed., 1994).
Title within double line border, initials.
Imperfect: irregular pagination.
Reproduction of original in: Worcester College (University of Oxford). Library.
Physical Description:[12], 96, 95-362, [12], 72, 75-102 p.
Citation/Reference Notes:Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C1842A
ESTC R176561
Place of Publication:Great Britain -- England -- London.