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C, J.
C, Josiah Child
Child, Josiah
Child, Josiah, (Sir,)
Child, Josiah (Sir, Bart)
Child, Josias (Sir)
Child, Sir Josiah
Child, Sir Josiah (bart)
J. C
J. C, Josiah Child
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Butel-Dumont, Georges-Marie (1725-1788))
Changuion, François (Amsterdam)
Child, Josiah (1630-1699; Sir))
Culpeper, Thomas
Delatour, Louis-François (Paris)
Gournay, Jacques-Claude-Marie Vincent de (1712-1759)
Meyssonnier, Simone
Néaulme, Jean (1694-1780))
Papillon, Thomas (1623-1702))
Vincent de Gournay, Jacques Marie Claude (1712-1759))
Discourse about trade.
Discourse of the nature, use and advantages of trade proposing some considerations for the promotion and advancement thereof, by a registry of lands. preventing the exportation of coyn. lowering the interest of money. inviting foreign families into england
Discourse of trade wherein the reduction of interest of money to 4 l. per centum, is recommended, methods for the employment and maintenance of the poor are proposed, several weighty points relating to companies of merchants ..., the ballance of trade, and the nature of plantations ... are seriously discussed, and some arguments for erecting a court of merchants for determining controversies ... are humbly offered
Essay on the state of England.
Essay on wool and woollen manufacture for the improvement of trade, to the benefit of landlords, feeders of sheep, clothiers, and merchants, in a letter to a member of parliament
Great honour and advantage of the east-india trade to the kingdom asserted
Letter from a lawyer of the Inner Temple to his friend in the country concerning the East-India stock and the project of uniting the new and old companies., A
Method concerning the relief and employment of the poor humbly offer'd to the consideration of the king and both houses of parliament in the following tract
New discourse of trade wherein is recommended several weighty points relating to companies of merchants, the act of navigation, naturalization of strangers, and our woolen manufactures, the balance of trade, and the nature of plantations
Recueil contenant: Réglemens des établissemens de charité du canton de Berne. Rapport de l'Institut des indigens de Hambourg. Instructions pour la junte d'hospice et de réfuge de Barcelone. Législation anglaise concernant les pauvres infirmes, les valides et les vagabonds. Institution de bienfaisance, en faveur des artisans de Berlin et de Potsdam. Publié par ordre du Ministre de l'Intérieur.
Select dissertations on colonies and plantations By those celebrated authors, Sir Josiah Child, Charles D'Avenant, ... and Mr. William Wood. Wherein the nature of plantations, ... are seriously considered. And a plan proposed, which may settle the unhappy differences between Great Britain and America.
Select tracts relating to colonies : consisting of I. An essay on plantations, by Sir Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England : II. Some passages taken out of the History of Florence, &c. : III. A treatise, by John DeWitt, pensioner of Holland : IV. The benefit of plantations or colonies, by William Penn : V. A discourse concerning plantations, by Sir Josiah Child.
Selected works : 1668-1697
Short addition to the observations concerning trade and interest of money
Sir Josiah Child's proposals for the relief and employment of the poor
Small treatise against usury
Supplement, 1689, to a former treatise concerning the East-India trade, printed 1681
Tankar om reversers transporterande frân en til en annan.
Traités sur le commerce... avec un petit traité contre l'usure
Traités sur le commerce de Josiah Child : avec les remarques inédites de Vincent de Gournay : texte intégral d'après les manuscrits conservés à la Bibliothèque municipale de Saint-Brieuc
Traités sur le commerce et sur les avantages qui résultent de la reduction de l'intérest de l'argent;
Treatise wherein is demonstrated, i. that the east-india trade is the most national of all foreign trades, ii. that the clamors, aspersions, and objections made against the present east-india company are sinister, selfish, or groundless, iii. that since the discovery of the east-indies the dominion of the sea depends much upon the wane or increase of that trade, and consequently the security of the liberty, property, and protestant religion of this kingdom, iv. that the trade of the east-indies cannot be carried on to national advantage in any other way than by a general joynt-stock, v. that the east-india trade is more profitable and necessary to the kingdom of england than to any other kingdom or nation in europe