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Fri Mar 21 17:15:33 2014 UTClccn-n881454100.00A survey of trade. : In four parts ... Together with considerations on our money and bullion. Its exportation discuss'd. Scarcity of silver coin accounted for. The means of procuring a plenty and free circulation of both species. The second edition. By William Wood0.810.96A survey of trade. In four parts ... : Together with considerations on our money and bullion, its exportation discuss'd, scarcity of silver coin accounted for, the means of procuring a plenty and free circulation of both species89853464n 881454102303365lccn-no90013327Smith, Wavell-1756lccn-n79113783Great BritainParliamentHouse of Commonslccn-no90010749A-r Z-hlccn-n83177769Davenant, Charles1656-1714lccn-n84084081Child, JosiahSir1630-1699lccn-n91090747Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79089957Jefferson, Thomas1743-1826lccn-n92122437Thomas Jefferson Library Collection Supplement (Library of Congress)np-whitworth, charles$sir$1672 1778Whitworth, CharlesSir1672-1778lccn-n85099766Corbett, Thomasactive 1705-1743Wood, William1679-1765SermonsHistoryGreat BritainCommercial policyCommerceColoniesCurrency questionMoneyAmericaSugar tradeGreat Britain.--Parliament.--House of CommonsWest Indies--British West IndiesLeeward Islands (West Indies)Sermons, EnglishBibleIrelandCoinageHeart, MechanicalEnglandBlood--CirculationHeart--PhysiologyJacobite Rebellion (1745-1746)Dissenters, ReligiousPolitical scienceUnited StatesWood, William,MedicineColonies--CommerceLegal tenderAfricaPlantationsSlave tradeBible.--Joshua16791765171617181719172217241729173117331740174617751782178817951800182016692694330AC4ocn46974641940913ocn065322823file17180.90Wood, WilliamA survey of trade in four parts, I. the great advantages of our trade in general, and the particular influence of it on Great-Britain, II. the marks of a beneficial trade ... III. the great advantages of our colonies and plantations to Great-Britain ... IV. some considerations on the disadvantages our trade at present labours under ... : together with considerations on our money and bullion2684ocn065344832file17400.84Smith, WavellTwo letters to Mr. Wood, on the coin and currency in the Leeward Islands, &c2393ocn065335842file17310.81A-r Z-hConsiderations on the dispute now depending before the Honourable House of Commons between the British, Southern, and Northern plantations in America : in a letter to16815ocn642246392file17750.76Child, JosiahSelect dissertations on colonies and plantations. By those celebrated authors, Sir Josiah Child, Charles D'Avenant, LL. D. and Mr. William Wood. Wherein the nature of plantations, and their Consequences to Great Britain, are seriously considered. And a plan proposed, which may settle the unhappy differences between Great Britain and America1374ocn728284602file17190.73Wood, WilliamA survey of trade. In four parts. I. The great advantages of our trade in general, and the particular influence of it on Great-Britain. II. The marks of a beneficial trade, and the nature of our commerce in its several branches; with an examination of some notions generally received of the prejudices we suffer by other nations in trade. III. The great advantages of our colonies and plantations to Great-Britain, and our interest in preserving and encouraging them; and how they may be farther improved. IV. Some considerations on the disadvantages our trade at present labours under, and for the recovery and enlargement of it; of the assiento contract; of our trade to Spain, &c. Together with considerations on our money and bullion. Its exportation discuss'd. Scarcity of silver coin accounted for. The means of procuring a plenty and free circulation of both species1128ocn642446047file17220.76Wood, WilliamA survey of trade In four parts. ... Together with considerations on our money and bullion. ... The second edition. By William Wood, Esq7113ocn228098920book17180.93Wood, WilliamA survey of trade In four parts. ... Together with considerations on our money and bullion.572ocn642446039file17180.56Wood, WilliamA survey of trade In four parts. I. The great advantages of trade in general, and the particular influence of it on Great-Britain. II. The marks of a beneficial trade, and the nature of our commerce in its several branches ; with an examination of some notions generally received of the prejudices we suffer by other nations in trade. III. The great advantages of our colonies and plantations to Great-Britain, and our interest in preserving and encouraging them ; and how they may be further improved. IV. Some considerations on the disadvantages our trade at present labours under, and for the recovery and enlargement of it. Together with considerations on our money and bullion. Its exportation discuss'd. Scarcity of silver coin accounted for. The means of procuring a plenty and free circulation of both species484ocn006836103book17180.96Wood, WilliamA survey of trade. In four parts ... : Together with considerations on our money and bullion, its exportation discuss'd, scarcity of silver coin accounted for, the means of procuring a plenty and free circulation of both species183ocn731610853file17880.73Wood, WilliamTwo sermons preached at Mill-Hill chapel, in Leeds, on the celebration of the hundredth anniversary, of the happy revolution. By William WoodSermons182ocn723382562file17240.66Wood, WilliamThe drapier demolished and set out in his own proper colours; being a full confutation of all his arguments against Mr. Wood's halfpence. By William Wood, EsqHistory172ocn731610295file17460.73Wood, WilliamBritain's Joshua a sermon preached at Darlington, October 9, 1746 ; the day of public thanksgiving for the suppression of the late rebellion. Published at the Request of the Hearers. By William Wood, M.DHistorySermons172ocn731547453file17750.73Wood, WilliamSermons on social life. By William WoodSermons161ocn723086355file17820.73Wood, WilliamThe treasure of the gospel in earthen vessels. a sermon, addressed to the congregation of protestant dissenters, in Worcester, on Tuesday, May 28, 1782, at a meeting of ministers ... By W. Wood161ocn731610622file17330.73Wood, WilliamOratio anniversaria in theatro Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensium habita Ex Harvaei Instituto, In Commemorationem eorum Qui Eruditione & sua in hoe Collegium Beneficentia inclaruerunt ; Die xviii Octob. A.D. 1733162ocn723430953file17290.73Wood, WilliamA mechanical essay upon the heart. In three anatomical lectures. ... By William Wood, M.D. ... Illustrated with copper plates151ocn838759090file17310.47Considerations on the dispute now depending before the Honourable House of Commons : between the British, Southern, and Northern plantations in America156ocn536645152com17180.47Wood, WilliamA survey of trade21ocn221368544book1722Wood, WilliamA survey of trade. : In four parts ... Together with considerations on our money and bullion. Its exportation discuss'd. Scarcity of silver coin accounted for. The means of procuring a plenty and free circulation of both species. The second edition. By William Wood21ocn723242468file18000.73Wood, WilliamA sermon preached at Mill-Hill chapel, in Leeds, on the commencement of the nineteenth century published at the request of the congregation. by William Wood, F.L.SSermonsFri Mar 21 15:48:34 EDT 2014batch13570