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A new, easy, and infallible method for improving estates thirty per cent. per annum : without toil, trouble, or charge. Dedicated to the Landholders of the British Dominions, but more especially those of the British Parliament. To which are added, two very curious letters, Wrote to the Honourable House Of Commons, the first Sessions of this Parliament, on two of the most important Subjects in the World, trade, and interest of money, By which those two Grand Affairs are opened to the clear View of all Men. In which is also contained a Scheme for preventing that great Scandal to Human Nature, Robbing, Thieving, and Begging, &c. By Philanthropos. Preview this item
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A new, easy, and infallible method for improving estates thirty per cent. per annum : without toil, trouble, or charge. Dedicated to the Landholders of the British Dominions, but more especially those of the British Parliament. To which are added, two very curious letters, Wrote to the Honourable House Of Commons, the first Sessions of this Parliament, on two of the most important Subjects in the World, trade, and interest of money, By which those two Grand Affairs are opened to the clear View of all Men. In which is also contained a Scheme for preventing that great Scandal to Human Nature, Robbing, Thieving, and Begging, &c. By Philanthropos.

Author: N Blanch
Publisher: London : Printed, and sold by M Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCXLIV. [1744]
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: N Blanch
OCLC Number: 642161199
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 10, [1], 10-19, [1] pages)

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