A Dispassionate Remonstrance of the Nature and Tendency of the Laws Now in Force for the Reduction of Interest; and the Consequences that Must Inevitably Flow from Them, If Continued in Their Present Form. With a Proposal for Universal and Immediate Redress, ... Humbly Addressed to the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament Assembled, Volume 16
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