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The case of the publicans, both in town and country, laid open. Or, A clear insight into the many inconveniencies, difficulties and disadvantages, that they labour under, in a particular manner, above all other of His Majesty's subjects. And a remedy prescribed which will effectually cure this malady, without affecting either His Majesty's revenue, or the interest of his honest and industrious subjects: to which are annexed, some remarks on the soldiery; wherein is proved, that the quartering them upon publicans is not only hurtful to that branch, but to the public in general, and a method advanced, whereby to render them more useful to the community, than at present they are. To which is added, a never-before advanced scheme, which will effectually suppress murders, robberies, and other henious crimes, without either hanging or transportation. Most humbly addressed to that August assembly the British Parliament. By J.C.
- Campbell, John, 1708-1775.