Smuggling Laid Open, in All Its Extensive and Destructive Branches

Smuggling Laid Open, in All Its Extensive and Destructive Branches

With Proposals for the Effectual Remedy of That Most Iniquitous Practice. Comprehending, Among Other Particulars, the Parliamentary Evidence of Some of the Most Notorious Smugglers; and A Large Sheet, Shewing in One View, the Whole State of the Tea Importation, Consumption and Revenue, From Midsummer 1745, (when the Reduction of Two Shillings Per Pound Took Place) to New Christmas 1763. Dedicated to the Right Hon. Charles Townsend, Chancellor of the Exchequer. By Sir Stephen Theod. Janssen, Bart. Chamberlain of London

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Publisher: London : Printed for W. Owen, bookseller, near Temple-Bar, and W. Nicoll, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCLXVII. [1767]
Edition: The second edition
Characteristics: [20],286p. ; 8⁰

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