The mine-adventure; or, An expedient

Publication Date1698
Remainderfirst, for composing all differences between the partners of the mines late of Sir Carbery Pryse. Secondly, for establishing a new method for the management thereof, and thereby ... settling an equal and fair constitution for every person concerned. Thirdly, for granting several charities out of the same to the poor of every county in England and Wales, ... Fourthly, for enabling the partners to employ a much greater stock therein, and consequently ... to advance the gain and profits thereof. Fifthly, for discharging all debts, duties, and demands chargeable upon said mines, ... And, sixthly, for raising a large stock of 20000 l. ... for the working and carrying on the said mineral works, ... Proposed by Sir Humphrey Mackworth, perused and settled by eminent and learned council in the law, and finally established in two indentures, made and executed by the present partners, and which shall be inrolled in the High Court of Chancery
Extent16 p.
Publisherprinted by Freeman Collins, in the Old-Baily



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