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The Tarif settled by the French King and Council, September 18, 1664. Shewing the duties agreed to be paid upon the several sorts of merchandizes, goods, wares, &c. being the growth, product and manufactures of Great Britain, which should be imported from England into France.
London printed for the author 1713 - 12mo, 23 + (1)pp, complete with the half-title, a fine large copy entirely uncut and sewn as issued. Now preserved unbound in a lettered cloth case. First edition thus. Kress 2885. Hanson 1828. Goldsmiths 5026. James Ford Bell T.21. Not in Massie. According to Foxwell this was a translated extract from Colbert's famous Tarif of 1664. The Tarif was an alphabetical list of commodities, usually exported from England to France, with the, generally high, French import duties levied on them. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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