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Unknown. Country common-sense. Containing, Numb I. An Introductory Discourse; with the Duty of some Magistrates. Numb. II. An Essay on Publick Spirit; and the Self-Lover arraigned at the Bar of Common-Sense. Numb. III. The Monstrous Tail of the Sheep of Adell, which kills the Body: An Excellent Emblem of a Self killing Nation. Numb IV. Abstracts from a Pamphlet, entitled, Observations on British Wool, &c. with proper Reflections. Numb V. The Importance of the Wollen Trade to this Nation; that our Domestick bad Oeconomy and Vices, are most ruinous to our Trade, and how. Numb VI. That we may preserve our Trade, if we will use the same Means as our Ancestors took to establish it, and which our Rivals take to get it from us; with an effectual Scheme to stop the Running of Wool, without an Excise. Numb VII. A Defence of our Bishops Seats in Parliament; with their particular Duty there. By a Gentleman of Wales.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25203, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25203. Accessed 2024-05-24.

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  year={1739},
  title={Country common-sense. Containing, Numb I. An Introductory Discourse; with the Duty of some Magistrates. Numb. II. An Essay on Publick Spirit; and the Self-Lover arraigned at the Bar of Common-Sense. Numb. III. The Monstrous Tail of the Sheep of Adell, which kills the Body: An Excellent Emblem of a Self killing Nation. Numb IV. Abstracts from a Pamphlet, entitled, Observations on British Wool, &c. with proper Reflections. Numb V. The Importance of the Wollen Trade to this Nation; that our Domestick bad Oeconomy and Vices, are most ruinous to our Trade, and how. Numb VI. That we may preserve our Trade, if we will use the same Means as our Ancestors took to establish it, and which our Rivals take to get it from us; with an effectual Scheme to stop the Running of Wool, without an Excise. Numb VII. A Defence of our Bishops Seats in Parliament; with their particular Duty there. By a Gentleman of Wales.},
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Suggestions and Comments for Country common-sense. Containing, Numb I. An Introductory Discourse; with the Duty of some Magistrates. Numb. II. An Essay on Publick Spirit; and the Self-Lover arraigned at the Bar of Common-Sense. Numb. III. The Monstrous Tail of the Sheep of Adell, which kills the Body: An Excellent Emblem of a Self killing Nation. Numb IV. Abstracts from a Pamphlet, entitled, Observations on British Wool, &c. with proper Reflections. Numb V. The Importance of the Wollen Trade to this Nation; that our Domestick bad Oeconomy and Vices, are most ruinous to our Trade, and how. Numb VI. That we may preserve our Trade, if we will use the same Means as our Ancestors took to establish it, and which our Rivals take to get it from us; with an effectual Scheme to stop the Running of Wool, without an Excise. Numb VII. A Defence of our Bishops Seats in Parliament; with their particular Duty there. By a Gentleman of Wales.
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