Commerce -- Great Britain -- Colonies. : Imperial preference: its development and effects / written and compiled by Ronald S. Russel under the direction of the Research Committee of the Empire Economic Union.
Great Britain -- Commerce -- France -- 17th century -- Sources. : A treaty marine between the most serene and mighty prince, Charles II, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, Defender of the faith, &c., and the most serene and mighty prince, Lewis XIV, the most Christian king : concluded at St. Germains in Laye, the twenty fourth day of February 1676/7.
Great Britain -- Commerce -- France -- History -- 17th century. : A collection of petitions presented to the Honourable House of Commons against the trade with France: viz. I. The Course of Exchange between London and Paris before the Revolution: Or, a Demonstration that our Bullion was then Exported upon the Ballance of our Trade with France. II. The Case of the Manufacturers of Gilt and Silver wire. III. Some Reasons Humbly offered to the Consideration of Both Houses of Parliament; shewing, The Necessity for making a Law this present Sessions of Parliament, to oblige all Foreign Plain Black Silks to be Imported at the Port of London, &c. IV. An Account of the Woollen Manufacture Made in the Province of Languedoc, and at Abbeville, in Picardy. V. The Case of the Woollen Manufacturers of Great Britain, and of the Poor they Imploy, &c. VI. Particulars wherein the Bill for laying the Trade to Africa Free and Open, takes away and destroys the Property of the African Company and their Creditors, now united by an Act passed in the last Session of Parliament. Vii. The Case of the Clothiers, with Reference to their several Petitions.