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Author London, John, merchant.

Title An answer to the pretended remarks on Mr. Webber's scheme, [electronic resource] : and the Draper's Pamphlet; shewing, That the Remarker hath not made the least Objection to the Scheme, which the Draper recommended, nor disprov'd the least Fact which he advanc'd: As also, that all that hath been alledged by the Gentleman's Magazine against it is groundless, and that the Truth of the Calculation is undoubted. To which is added, A Copy of the Letter which Mr. Webber received, concerning its being stipulated that France should have our Wool; which Letter also contains a short, but pathetick Address, to the Electors of Great-Britain. Written at the Time of the last Election, and altogether as necessary at this Time, with some other Reasons; setting forth the Probability of such a Stipulation also, A Petition, intended to have been presented to Parliament, praying, an Act to confirm the Charter which His Majesty granted Mr. Webber: Which Petition was not refused, on account of such a Charter not having been granted, but as a Private Bill that came too late. By John London.

Published London : printed and sold by J. Robinson, at the Golden Lyon in Ludgate-Street ; A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar ; and J. Millan, over-against the Admiralty Office, Charing-Cross, 1741.

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Physical description [6],25,[1]p.,table ; 8⁰.
Notes Reproduction of original from British Library.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns.
Notes Great Britain England London.
Subject Webber, Samuel, fl. 1735-1740. Account of a scheme for preventing the exportation of our wool.
Webster, W. (William), 1689-1758. Consequences of trade as to the wealth and strength of any nation.
Wool industry -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Commercial policy.