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Webster, William. The consequences of trade, as to the wealth and strength of any nation; of the woollen trade in particular, and the great Superiority of it over all other Branches of Trade. The present State of it in England and France, with an Account of our Loss and their Gains. The Danger we are in of becoming a Province to France, unless an Effectual and Immediate Stop be put to the Exportation of our Wool. With A Narrative of the Steps taken by Mr. Webber, for getting an Act of Parliament to confirm a Charter granted him by his Majesty nine Years ago, for an Universal Registry in Charter. By a draper of London. The Fifth Edition.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25612, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25612. Accessed 2024-04-12.

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  author={Webster,William},
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  title={The consequences of trade, as to the wealth and strength of any nation; of the woollen trade in particular, and the great Superiority of it over all other Branches of Trade. The present State of it in England and France, with an Account of our Loss and their Gains. The Danger we are in of becoming a Province to France, unless an Effectual and Immediate Stop be put to the Exportation of our Wool. With A Narrative of the Steps taken by Mr. Webber, for getting an Act of Parliament to confirm a Charter granted him by his Majesty nine Years ago, for an Universal Registry in Charter. By a draper of London. The Fifth Edition.},
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