Account Of A Scheme For Preventing The Exportation Of Our Wool Webber Samuel : Some impartial thoughts on the woollen manufacturies, wherein the merits of the several pieces wrote on this subject within these few years are occasionally considered. With remarks upon Mr. Webber's scheme, and other Schemes for preventing the Exportation of British and Irish Wooll. By George-Andrew-Patrick-Briton [electronic resource].
Account Of A Scheme For Preventing The Exportation Of Our Wool Webber Samuel Fl 1735 1740 : 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.
Account Of An Occasional Conference Between George Keith And Thomas Upsher Keith George 1639 1716 : An answer to a pamphlet, [electronic resource] : Intituled, An Account of an Occasional Conference between George Keith and Thomas Upsher, at Colchester, &c. January 1. 1701. With some remarks on a former Book of George Keith's, falsly Entituled, A True Relation of a Conference had between Geo. Keith, and Tho. Upsher, at Colchester, the 6th of the fifth Month, 1699. By Thomas Upsher.