Proposals for Carrying on the War with Vigour: Raising the Supplies Within the Year, and Forming a National Militia to which are Added Considerations in Respect to Manufacturers and Labourers, and the Taxes Paid by Them, the Inconveniencies of Credit for Small Sums, and the Courts Lately Erected to Recover Them Intended to Demonstrate that it is Not the Dearness of the Labour of the Poor, But the Profits and Expences of Higher Classes of People which are the Real Clog on the Foreign Trade and Commerce of England
M. Cooper, 1757 - Finance - 54 pages
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