An Attempt to Rectify the Public Affairs of the United Kingdom and Empire: And Promote Their Private Prosperity, Illustrated by Many National Projects Hitherto Not Rendered Effectual; with a Proposal for Making an Immediate, Durable, and Advantageous Peace: Humbly Addressed to the Legislature, Volume 1
I. Gold, 1804
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