ID 7039
Name Edward Comyns
Gender Male
Street Address Royal Exchange
City London
Start Date 1730
End Date 1758
Sources British Book Trade Index 15472
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The golden fleece: or the trade, interest, and well-being of Great Britain considered. With remarks on the present decay of our woollen manufactures, and the Impending Dangers that Threaten this Kingdom, by suffering (or conniving at) the Illegal Exportation of British and Irish Wool, and Woollen Goods thoroughly Manufactured in Ireland, to Foreign Parts. Likewise Heads for a Bill, to put an Effectual Stop to this Matchless Evil, so injurious to both King and Country. To which is added, A Scheme, or Proposal, for taking away those Burthensome Duties on Leather, Soap, Candles, Painted Silks, and Starch, which raise Net, but 473,427 l. and yet cost the Subject at least Three times as much; and to Replace the like Sum, by a small Duty on Wool; also to employ the same Officers in the Service of their Country, to Register the Wool of Great Britain and Ireland; by which Alteration, the following Proposal will clearly demonstrate, That no Rank or Condition of Men will pay One Shilling, where they now pay Ten, by the aforesaid Duties on Leather, Soap, Candles, &c. and at the same time, add many Millions Sterling Yearly to the Trade of the Nation. Submitted to the Consideration of Parliament, as also the Landlords, Tenants, Manufacturers, and Fair Traders, for whose Ease and Benefit this is designed. The Third Edition, with Additions. Smith , Simon (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1737
Publisher The golden fleece: or The trade, interest, and well-being of Great Britain considered. With remarks on the present decay of our woollen manufactures, and the impending dangers that threaten this kingdom by suffering (or conniving at) the illegal exportation of British and Irish wool, and woollen goods thoroughly manufactured in Ireland, to foreign parts. Likewise heads for a bill, to put an effectual stop to this matchless evil, so injurious to both king and country. To which is added, a scheme, or proposal, for taking away those burthensome duties on leather, soap, candles, painted silks, and starch, which raise net, but 473,427 l. and yet cost the subject at least three times as much; and to replace the like sum, by a small duty on wool; also to employ the same officers in the service of their country, to register the wool of Great Britain and Ireland; by which alteration, the following proposal will clearly demonstrate, that no rank or condition of men will pay one shilling, where they now pay ten, by the aforesaid duties on leather, soap, candles, &c. and at the same time, add many millions sterling yearly to the trade of the nation. Submitted to the consideration of Parliament, as also the landlords, tenants, manufactures, and fair traders, for whose ease and benefit this is designed. Salus Populi Suprema Lex. The Fourth Edition, with Additions. Smith , Simon (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1739
Publisher The priest and the widow, a tale. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1741
Publisher The test of love. An epistle to a friend. Amhurst , Nicholas (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1742
Bookseller Remarks on the different constructions of bridges, and improvements to secure their foundations on the different soils where they are intended to be built. Which hitherto seems to have been a thing not sufficiently consider'd. Marquand , Charles (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
1749

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