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The Resource Civil prudence, recommended to the thirteen united colonies of North America : A discourse, shewing that it is in the power of civil prudence to prevent or cure state distempers, and to make an industrious, wealthy, and flourishing people;--also, to preserve the balance of trade, with a replenishing indraught of money in any country, and how it may be done; holding forth the immense benefits to be obtained by a good regulation of trade, and the state-ruining consequences of the contrary. [Two lines of quotation], (electronic resource)

Civil prudence, recommended to the thirteen united colonies of North America : A discourse, shewing that it is in the power of civil prudence to prevent or cure state distempers, and to make an industrious, wealthy, and flourishing people;--also, to preserve the balance of trade, with a replenishing indraught of money in any country, and how it may be done; holding forth the immense benefits to be obtained by a good regulation of trade, and the state-ruining consequences of the contrary. [Two lines of quotation], (electronic resource)

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Civil prudence, recommended to the thirteen united colonies of North America : A discourse, shewing that it is in the power of civil prudence to prevent or cure state distempers, and to make an industrious, wealthy, and flourishing people;--also, to preserve the balance of trade, with a replenishing indraught of money in any country, and how it may be done; holding forth the immense benefits to be obtained by a good regulation of trade, and the state-ruining consequences of the contrary. [Two lines of quotation]
Title
Civil prudence, recommended to the thirteen united colonies of North America
Title remainder
A discourse, shewing that it is in the power of civil prudence to prevent or cure state distempers, and to make an industrious, wealthy, and flourishing people;--also, to preserve the balance of trade, with a replenishing indraught of money in any country, and how it may be done; holding forth the immense benefits to be obtained by a good regulation of trade, and the state-ruining consequences of the contrary. [Two lines of quotation]
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Printer
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MWA
Citation location within source
  • 471
  • 14677
  • 13163
  • W37410
Citation source
  • Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut
  • Evans
  • Sabin
  • English Short Title Catalog
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1748-1807
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Spooner, Judah Padock
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  • Finance, Public
  • United States
  • United States
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Civil prudence, recommended to the thirteen united colonies of North America : A discourse, shewing that it is in the power of civil prudence to prevent or cure state distempers, and to make an industrious, wealthy, and flourishing people;--also, to preserve the balance of trade, with a replenishing indraught of money in any country, and how it may be done; holding forth the immense benefits to be obtained by a good regulation of trade, and the state-ruining consequences of the contrary. [Two lines of quotation], (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
  • Signatures: [A]4 B-G4 (G4 verso blank)
Control code
ESTCW37410
Dimensions
40
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
vi,[1],8-55,[1]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Civil prudence, recommended to the thirteen united colonies of North America : A discourse, shewing that it is in the power of civil prudence to prevent or cure state distempers, and to make an industrious, wealthy, and flourishing people;--also, to preserve the balance of trade, with a replenishing indraught of money in any country, and how it may be done; holding forth the immense benefits to be obtained by a good regulation of trade, and the state-ruining consequences of the contrary. [Two lines of quotation], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
  • Signatures: [A]4 B-G4 (G4 verso blank)
Control code
ESTCW37410
Dimensions
40
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
vi,[1],8-55,[1]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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