A general view of the bill presented to Parliament during the last session, for preventing the illicit exportation of British wool and live sheep : In which are exhibited, the origin of the enquiry; remarks on the inefficacy of the present laws to prevent the exportation of wool; the principle on which the bill is founded; cursory observations on the nature of the evidence which will be produced to the House of Commons. General observations on what has been advanced by different writers, on the expediency of permitting the exportation of British wool; and remarks on the conduct of some persons who have publicly attacked the bill. With miscellaneous reflections on the woollen manufacture, as connected with the present enquiry. Addressed to the most noble the Marquis of Lansdown, by the Chairman of the general meetings.
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