Item #7862 Mercantilist Views of Trade and Monopoly : Four Essays 1645-1720. John Blanch, Isaac Gervaise, marchant Thomas Johnson, Sir Nathaniel Brent.

Mercantilist Views of Trade and Monopoly : Four Essays 1645-1720

New York: Arno Press, 1972.

Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #7862
ISBN: 0405041276

Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, otherwise light wear. Crisp hardcover.; Contents: The advantages of the Kingdome of England, both abroad and at home, by manageing and issuing the drapery and woollen manufactures of this kingdom, under the ancient government of the fellowship of Merchant's-Adventurers of England. 1662?--A dialogue between Mr. Smith, Monsieur Ragouse, Menheir Dorveil, and Mr. Manoel Texiera, in a walk to Newington, by J. Blanch. 1701.--A discourse consisting of motives for the enlargement and freedome of trade, by a company of private men who stile themselves Merchant Adventurers, by N. Brent [i.e. Thomas Johnson]. 1645.--The system or theory of the trade of the world, by I. Gervaise. 1720.; The Evolution of Capitalism; Ex-Library; 7, 33, 50, xiv, 24 pages.

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