Facts and Their Consequences: Submitted to the Consideration of the Public at Large; But More Particularly to that of the Finance Minister, and of Those who are Or Mean to Become Creditors to the State. By John Earl of Stair, Volume 10
J. Stockdale, 1782 - 38 pages
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