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A vindication of the conduct of the ministry, in the Scheme of the Excise on wine and tobacco, proposed Last Sessions of Parliament: with A General Examination of the reasons which determined the said Ministry to it; the Consequences and Events it would have had. Also The motives which engaged the Ministry to lay it Aside; with the Objections of those Political Writers who oppose the Government: And Reflections on other Faults imputed to the Ministry. Likewise The Natural Inferences which may be drawn from every particular Fact; and from the Whole in General.

Date
1734
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London : printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1734.

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60p. ; 80.

References note

Hanson, 4721
Goldsmiths', 7228
ESTC T11920

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  • English


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