A letter to the landed gentlemen and graziers of Lincolnshire: in which are pointed out the principal causes of the present redundancy of wool, and the exportation of it, proved to be impolitic and dangerous; together, with the proposal of a more safe and certain remedy. Occasioned by, ... Sir John Dalrymple's question on that subject. By a friend and neighbour
printed by J. Archdeacon; for J. & J. Merril, in Cambridge; T. Cadell; B. White; Richardson & Urquhart; J. Robson and R. Faulder; and G. Wilkie, London,
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