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Sinking Funds Great Britain
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Essay II. On the nature and principles of publick credit. Containing an investigation of the natural laws and principles of circulation, restorative of the publick credit of any state, in case it shall have become decayed. : Together with a postscript, pointing out the method of applying those laws and principles, practically, to the present state of the publick debts and finances of Great-Britain
Gale, S. (Samuel), d. 1826
St. Augustine, East-Florida: : Printed, for the author, by John Wells,, MDCCLXXXIV. [1784]

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Essay II. On the nature and principles of publick credit. Containing an investigation of the natural laws and principles of circulation, restorative of the publick credit of any state, in case it shall have become decayed. : Together with a postscript, pointing out the method of applying those laws and principles, practically, to the present state of the publick debts and finances of Great-Britain
Gale, S. (Samuel), d. 1826
St. Augustine, East-Florida: : Printed, for the author, by John Wells,, MDCCLXXXIV. [1784]

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The funding system of the United States & of Great Britain
Elliot, Jonathan, 1784-1846
New York, A. M. Kelley, 1968

 
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Three letters to the Duke of Wellington,
Lauderdale, James Maitland, Earl of, 1759-1839.
New York, A.M. Kelley, 1965.

 
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