Two Letters to One of the Associators at the Chapter Coffee-Hosue in London

Two Letters to One of the Associators at the Chapter Coffee-Hosue in London

In Which Are Contained Free Thoughts on the Revival of A Bounty for Encouraging the Exportation of Corn, and on the Cruelty of the Laws, Which, for the Emolument of the Land-owners, Restrain the Antient Freedom of Trade in Cattle and Meats. A Reply to Some Animadversions on the First Letter; Some Further Remarks on Governor Pownall's Bill; and A Proposal for Obtaining A Plentiful Supply of Provisions, by Methods (founded on Mercantile Maxims) Which Will at the Same Time Keep up the Value of Land, and Increase the Public Revenue

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Publisher: Marlborough : Printed and sold by Smith and Harold. Sold in London by T. Longman, G. Kearsley, R. Davis, and W. Shropshire, [1772]
Characteristics: 8,[1],4-11,[1]p. ; 2⁰

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