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Index:Mun - England's treasure by forraign trade.djvu

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Mun - England's treasure by forraign trade.djvu

CHAP. I.
The knowledge and qualities, which are required to be in a perfect Merchant of forraign trade. pag. 2
CHAP. II.
The general rule whereby the kingdom is enriched, and our Treaſure augmented. 7
CHAP. III.
The particular ways and means to encreaſe the exportation of our commodities, and to decreaſe our conſumption of forraign wares. 9
CHAP. IV.
The Exportation of our Monies in Trade of Merchandize, is a means to encreaſe our Treaſure. 19
CHAP. V.
Forraign Trade is the only means to improve the price of our Lands. 28
CHAP. VI.
The Spaniſh treaſure cannot be kept from other Kingdoms, by any prohibition made in Spain. 31
CHAP. VII.
The Diverſity of gain by forraign Trade. 36
CHAP. VIII.
The enhancing or debaſing our moneys cannot enrich the Kingdom with treaſure, nor hinder the exportation thereof. 39
CHAP. IX.
The general rule whereby the kingdom is enriched, and our Treaſure augmented. 44
CHAP. X.
The obſervation of the Statute of Imployments to be made by Strangers cannot encreaſe nor yet preſerve our treaſure. 46
CHAP. XI.
It will not encreaſe our treaſure to enjoyn the Merchant that exporteth Fiſh, Corn, or munition, to return all or part of the value in mony. 53
CHAP. XII.
The undervaluation of our mony which is delivered or received by bills of Exchange here or beyond the Seas cannot decreaſe our treaſure. 59
CHAP. XIII.
The Merchant who is a meer Exchanger of Mony by bills, cannot encreaſe or decreaſe our treaſure. 51
CHAP. XIV.
The admirable feats ſuppoſed to be done by Bankers, and the Merchants Exchange. 61
CHAP. XV.
Of ſome Exceſſes and Evils in the Commomwealth, which notwithſtanding decay not our trade, nor treaſure 78
CHAP. XVI.
How the Revenues and In-comes of Princes may juſtly be raiſed. 83
CHAP. XVII.
Whether it be neceſſary for great Princes to lay up store of treaſure. 89
CHAP. XVIII.
How much treaſure a Prince may conveniently lay up yearly. 92
CHAP. XIX.
Of ſome different effects which proceed from natural and artificial wealth. 97
CHAP. XX.
The order and means whereby we may draw up the ballance of our forraign trade, which is the rule of our treaſure. 113
CHAP. XXI.
The concluſion upon all that hath been faid concerning the Exportation, or Importation of treaſure. 118