A representation of the advantages, that would arise to this kingdom, by the erecting and improving of manufactories: but more especially, by that of woollen-cloath With an answer to the objections against this last; and an account of the present state, and successe of the manufactory at new-milnes, for woollen-cloath, serges, silk and worsted-stockings; and of the rules and methodes observed by the undertakers in the managing of it. With proposals to such as shall be willing to join in that work.
Printed in the year 1683.
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