Proposals For Building, In Every County, A Working-Alms-House or Hospital

Proposals For Building, In Every County, A Working-Alms-House or Hospital
As The Best Expedient To Perfect The Trade And Manufactory Of LinnenCloth

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Proposals For Building, In Every County, A Working-Alms-House or Hospital
As The Best Expedient To Perfect The Trade And Manufactory Of LinnenCloth

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controversie, there's as much Hemp to be used as Flax, and consequently the Hemp-Mill may be as useful as the Spinning-Instrument.

Having, we hope, satisfactorily Answered all Material Objections against the main Body of this Design, it remains to consider of the Order and Method of Governing these great Families or Corporations; but the Particulars thereof we leave to the deeper Wisdom and judicious Care of Authority; only in general propose,

1. That for the better encouragement and support of so many poor people labouring in so profitable a Manufactory, each Alms-house be provided with and allowed a publick Granary, for stocking themselves with Corn when it is cheapest, against the time of Dearth; a priviledge we conceive not to be so properly advisable for other Companies or Handicrafts (as some propose and desire) because that would always keep Corn too cheap, and consequently undo the Tenant, or Landlord, or both: For what makes Wheat as often at 4s. a Bushel (under which it is

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