A Free and Impartial Enquiry Into the Extraordinary and Advantagious Bargain, (lately Under the Consideration of Parliament) for Remitting Money for the Pay of the Forces Abroad, for the Year 1743. Being a Faithful Specimen of the Oeconomy and Management of the Present Administration in Domestic Affairs, Volume 10
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