The marchants humble petition and remonstrance

to his late Highnesse, with an accompt of the losses of their shipping, and estates, since the war with Spain. And how as well themselves as strangers have strengthned and enriched both the enemy, and the Hollanders, by the secret trade for the dominions of Spain. And how the national English stock suffers thereby, and by many other trades: as is made out by several demonstrations. ... Of the inquisition; and of the death of the English agent, Mr. Askham: and the prosecution of the murtherers. A general remedy proposed for the restauration of the trade. All most humbly submitted to his Highness, and the most honorable Houses of Parliments consideration
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SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1805:7
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The humble petition and remonstrance of Richrd [sic] Wylde, merchant and adventurer in the East-India trade: laying open the many wilfull neglects, ill-managed actions and improvident courses, the governors and committees of the East-India Company, have heretofore, and still do practice in all their way of trade to the East-Indies, to the exceeding great prejudice of the adventurer and The marchants humble petition and remonstrance book in generall.

THE PETITION AND Remonstrance OF THE GOVENOUR and Company OF MERCHANTS of London trading to the EAST-INDIES, Exhibited to the Right Honourable The LORDS and COMMONS In the High COURT of PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED. by THE GOVENOUR and Company OF MERCHANTS of London trading to the EAST-INDIES; Thomas Mun ().

THE HUMBLE REMONSTRANCE OF Those REASONS which the Governour and Company of Merchants of LONDON, Trading to the EAST-INDIES, do make upon the QUÆRIES that are annexed unto their Petition, exhibited to the Right Honourable the LORDS and COMMONS in the High Court of PARLIAMENT Assembled.

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