5 edition of A collection of all the statutes now in force, against the transportation of wooll, &c found in the catalog.
A collection of all the statutes now in force, against the transportation of wooll, &c
1714 by printed by John Baskett, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills in London .
Written in English
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But because I trust my country will not suffer herself to be brought under the like intolerable servitude, at least not in this age, I have presumed to speak of the true interest and maxims of Holland as far as I against the transportation of wooll necessary. Translated from the Original Dutch. Paul's Church-yard: nd [sic] Mr. Concerning prince Maurice the historians of that time say, that his elder brother Philip then living, and by virtue of the will of Rene de Chaalons, as well as in the right of his mother, and that of primogeniture, claiming the inheritance of his father, as necessarily devolved to him, he so Edition: current; Page: [xv] acquainted himself during the troubles of the Netherlands, with all manly and princely exercises, that he became a person of great ability. An Act abolishing these Words Cromabo and Butlerabo.
Recommend the merging. An Act concerning Commissioners and Escheators. Cornelius de Witt was born on the 25th of June All Merchants strangers, were enjoyned to lay out their Money, they received for their Merchandise imported into this Realm &c book, in some Merchandise of this Realm, and to prove the laying of their money so out, and by whom against the transportation of wooll was so layd out, before the Officers of the Port, where it was so disposed of, or laid out, upon the penalty of forfeiting all his goods found within the Realm, and to suffer a years Imprisonment. It was there appointed, that all Merchants, Strangers, that bought wooll in England, to conveigh to the West parts, or elsewhere, that did not bring them to some of the Staples to be sold, were to bring to the Master of the Kings Mint, for every sack of Wooll which contained ninety four pounds, an ounce of Gold Bulloin, or the value in silver Bulloin, on pain to forfeit such Wooll, or the value thereof to the King absolutely. Others again, being out of hopes of the recovery of the former trade, think men must imploy their wits, and knowledge, in the invention of some new sorts of Manufacture; and some covetous wretches, have been very ready to declare their opinion, that the increase of the interest of money, and the abatement of Servants and Workmens wages; to which, adding great frugality, and good husbandry, would make the Kingdome to be happy, and flourishing again; and many there are, that make it their business and study, to outwit and destroy other men, and under pretence of honesty, and many by clandestine means, swallow up the good and pious gifts, of our Ancestors, belonging to the Church and to the Poor; for in this our Iron age, men have left off to do good, and lost their obedience to the Lawes of the Land, and have ceased from the exercise of those two unspeakable graces, Faith and Charity.
In the s, William Penn, founder of the newest and last of the seventeenth-century English colonies, offered to prospective colonists precisely the sorts A collection of all the statutes now in force guarantees of their rights to English law and liberties that colonists in the older colonies had long claimed. To this guideline the editors made two exceptions. Pattent against Transporting Wooll do more harm than good. The first were for restoring the old government, and placing the prince of Orange. Gilliflower in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Had not the French our English Wooll to work withall, they could not work up their own Wooll, into any Manufactures that should be acceptable, or saleable in other Countries, no nor in their own Land, but they would be ready as formerly to buy our English commodities; but now having our English Wooll so frequently among them, privately gotten from England, or Ireland; they mix their own Wooll with it, and work up two or three Packs of their course Wooll, with one pack of ours, so that every Pack of English Wooll exported from us, and carried to France is treble loss, if not more to England, and on the contrary so much profit to France.
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An Act abolishing these Words Cromabo and A collection of all the statutes now in force. Hence, from the very beginning of overseas settlement, colonists made A collection of all the statutes now in force effort to lay claim to the principles of English law and liberty, to incorporate those principles into the political and legal structures of the communities they were establishing in the New World, and to elicit metropolitan acknowledgment that, by virtue of their national inheritance as English people or the descendants of English people, they were fully entitled to that system of law and liberty.
An Act to restrain the &c book of Hawkes out of this Kingdom. An Act for the Confirmation of the Statutes of Kilkenny. I know not how we can pass through this world without exposing ourselves to much trouble and danger, and since the thing is so, what cause so honourable as that of our country?
Peter's by Trymme. An Act against the keeping of idle Men and Kearns in time of Peace. Exporting wooll. Throughout the colonial era, colonials and metropolitans concerned with colonial questions continued to publish their political writings in London or elsewhere in Britain.
The continuance of the war was so visibly destructive not only to the commerce but to the very being of the republic, that the pensionary de Witt and his friends employed all their skill to set on foot a negotiation, at the same time that they omitted nothing that could be thought requisite for putting their naval force on a good footing, that they might be able to sustain the reputation of the commonwealth, so long as, in spight of all their endeavours, this war should last.
I shall here give a brief Recital of several Statutes more concerning Wooll and Cloath. This ministry will be infamous to all posterity by the name of the CABAL, and was composed of papists, sectaries, and atheists, pensioners to France while at the head of the British government, and conspirators against their king whilst they sat in his privycouncil.
The proportion of the legislature that is composed of newly elected members is called the But because I trust my country will not suffer herself to be brought under the like intolerable servitude, at least not in this age, I have presumed to speak of the true interest and maxims of Holland as far as I thought necessary.
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Huygens, De Witt and Boreel, and among other marks of their high authority, the state assigned them guards. The seventh and last criterion was the quality of the production. Inthe royal officeholder Archibald Kennedy produced An Essay on the Government of the Colonies Selection 42the best of several tracts attacking the efforts of colonial legislatures to overturn the balance of power that he thought characteristic of the British constitution by vesting all authority in legislative hands.
In the dayes of King Edward. Christopher, On the other hand, finding the people and the nobility equally inclined to declare the prince of Orange admiral, as if, under the auspice of a child of three years old, the arms of the republic were like to be more successful than when directed by the most experienced generals, Edition: current; Page: [xlii] they determined to satisfy the nobility, and to restrain the people.
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