Remarks upon Mr. Webber's Scheme and the Draper's Pamphlet, London: by J. Roberts, 1741, 8°, FIRST EDITION, stitched, uncut (2 copies, one soiled). [Goldsmiths' 7840; Kress 4582. A reply to An Account of a Scheme for preventing the exportation of our Wool by Samuel Webber] -- Thomas ALCOCK. Observations on the Defects of the Poor Laws, and on the causes and consequences of the great increase and burden of the poor. With a proposal for redressing these grievances, London: for R. Baldwin, 1752, 8°, FIRST EDITION (title soiled and stained), stitched, uncut. [Goldsmiths' 8743; Kress 5177] -- Richard BURN. The History of the Poor Laws with observations, London: by H. Woodfall and W. Strahan for A. Millar, 1764, 8°, FIRST EDITION (outer margins curled), contemporary blue boards. [Goldsmiths' 10030; Kress 6160] -- Henry ZOUCH. Remarks upon the late Resolutions of the House of Commons, respecting the proposed change of the poor laws, Leeds: by G. Wright, [1776], 8° in 4's, FIRST EDITION (title soiled, outer margins curled), stitched, uncut. [Goldsmiths' 11498; Kress 7279] With 6 other pamphlets. (13) " /> [ECONOMICS] FIELDING, Henry. <I>An Enquiry into the Causes of the late Increase of Robbers, &c. with some proposals for remedying this growing evil ... the second edition</I>, London: for A. Millar, 1751, 12°, with half title (worming at inner margins spreading slightly into text, stitching weak, half title with clean tear), contemporary blue wrappers (frayed), uncut [Goldsmiths' 8658; Kress 5113] -- <I>A Letter to a Member of Parliament concerning the present state of affairs at home and abroad</I>, London: for T. Cooper, 1740, 8°, FIRST EDITION, with half title (which is soiled, final leaf cleanly torn and also soiled on verso), stitched, uncut. [Kress 4508: "includes references to trade." Not in ESTCm] -- <I>Remarks upon Mr. Webber's Scheme and the Draper's Pamphlet</I>, London: by J. Roberts, 1741, 8°, FIRST EDITION, stitched, uncut (2 copies, one soiled). [Goldsmiths' 7840; Kress 4582. A reply to <I>An Account of a Scheme for preventing the exportation of our Wool</I> by Samuel Webber] -- Thomas ALCOCK. <I>Observations on the Defects of the Poor Laws, and on the causes and consequences of the great increase and burden of the poor. With a proposal for redressing these grievances</I>, London: for R. Baldwin, 1752, 8°, FIRST EDITION (title soiled and stained), stitched, uncut. [Goldsmiths' 8743; Kress 5177] -- Richard BURN. <I>The History of the Poor Laws with observations</I>, London: by H. Woodfall and W. Strahan for A. Millar, 1764, 8°, FIRST EDITION (outer margins curled), contemporary blue boards. [Goldsmiths' 10030; Kress 6160] -- Henry ZOUCH. <I>Remarks upon the late Resolutions of the House of Commons, respecting the proposed change of the poor laws</I>, Leeds: by G. Wright, [1776], 8° in 4's, FIRST EDITION (title soiled, outer margins curled), stitched, uncut. [Goldsmiths' 11498; Kress 7279] With 6 other pamphlets. (13) | Christie's