An enquiry into the reasons of the decay of credit, trade, and manufactures in Ireland.
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An enquiry into the reasons of the decay of credit, trade, and manufactures in Ireland. by Daniel Webb

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Published by printed for T. Moore in Dublin .
Written in English


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ESTC t183014.

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Pagination36p. ;
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL22832701M

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