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William Stafford's Compendious of Briefe Examination of Certayne Ordinary Complaints of Diuers of Our Countrymen in These Our Dayes, A. D. 1581, (Otherwise Calld A Briefe Conceipt of English Pollicy.)
by Furnivall, Frederick James
 
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William Stafford's Compendious of Briefe Examination of Certayne Ordinary Complaints of Diuers of Our Countrymen in These Our Dayes, a. D. 1581, ...William Stafford's Compendious of Briefe Examination of Certayne Ordinary Complaints of Diuers of Our Countrymen in These Our Dayes, a. D. 1581, ..."a Briefe Conceipt of English Pollicy.") (hardcover)
Pub. Date: 2023
Publisher: Legare Street Press
Price: $60.43
Seller: Bonita, Newport Coast, CA, USA
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1876 Excerpt: ...it serueth to breed sheepe or to seede them vppon; and if al that is meete either for the one or other, were turned to the mayntenaunce of Sheepe, and none other thinge, where shall wee haue our other commodities growe? All cannot doe so, though some doe. What should let them all to do that wicn they see some do? yea, what should better encourage them thereto, then to se them that do it be come notable riche men in short time by the doing thereof? And then if euery man should do so, one following the example of another, what should ensew thereof, but a meere solitude and vtter desolation of the whole realme, furnished onely with Sheepe and Sheepardes, in steed of good men, whereby it might be a pray to the enemyes that sirst would set vpon it? for then the sheepe Maysters & theire Sheepherds could make no resistaunce to the contrary. Who can let them to make their most aduauntage of that which is Knight. their owne? Yes, mary! men may not vie their owne thinges to the damage of Doctor, the commonweale; yet for all this that I see, it is a thinge most necessary to bee prouided for, yet I cannot perceue it shoulde bee the only cause of this dearth, for this Inclosinge and greate grasinge, if it were occasion of that dearth of any thing, it muste bee of Come No man may abuse his own cheifly, and nowe these many yeares past we had Corne good cheape '"j"'f inough. And the dearth that was then most, was of cattell, as Bieses the cTMmm and Muttons; and the broode of these are rather increased then diminished by Pastures and inclosinges. Why should men be then so much ofsended with these Inclosures? Knighte. Yes, & not without great cause, for thoughe these many yeares past, Doctor, through the great bounty of God, we haue had 1 much plenty of I' ...

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  • PID: 17671912308
  • ISBN-13: 9781020285127
  • Publisher: Legare Street Press
  • Seller: Alibris
    Condition: New.
    Notes: Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 146 p.