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A discourse, shewing, that the real first cause of the straits and difficulties of this province of Massachusetts Bay, is it's extravagancy, & not paper money: and also what is a safe foundation to raise a bank of credit on, and what not, (with some remarks on Amicus Patriae,) & a projection for emitting of more bills of credit on the province. By way of dialogue, tween a representative in said province, and a certain gentleman concerned for the good of his native country. By Philopatria.

  • Paine, Thomas, 1694-1757.
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1721
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Boston : Printed by J. Franklin, for D. Henchman, sold at his shop, 1721.

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16p. ; 16 cm.

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ESTC W30859
Evans, 2283

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