A diamond or rich jewel

Publication Date1651
Remainderpresented to the Common-wealth of England, for inriching of the nation; being necessary for the use of all marchants and tradesmen, and advantagious to the poor: wherein is declared a way, 1 How all forraign moneys may pass in England, and gain the merchants 10 percent. and to put off our English coyn into other countries. 2 To settle a banke in London for furnishing all trades with money, and to quit the nation of beggars... 8. To settle an insurance office cheap, and not to pay above five in the hundred for insurance from pirats in all parts of Europe and America. By Capt. Samuel Chappel. Licensed, and entred according to order
Extent[12], 20 p.
Publisherprinted by John Clowes, against the Lower-Pump in Grubstreet



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