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Serious considerations on the political conduct of Lord North, since his first entry into the Ministry; with a deduction of positive facts, shewing clearly, that his Lordship's system was, and is, not only the best, but the only one which could or can be pursued with the least Hopes of effecting the great National Points, of making us respected Abroad, and a free, easy, and happy People at Home; by converting the Present National Debt into permanent Landed Property; which would destroy the pernicious Practice of Stock-Jobbing, reduce the oppressive Taxes, and cause the Necessity of Borrowing in future to be totally done away for ever. By Nathaniel Buckington, Esq. Barrister at Law.
- Buckington, Nathaniel.
A bull snorts angrily as it tosses a Spaniard in the air and is restrained by three men pulling its tail behind, a native American and a well-dressed French gentleman cower in fright to the right and a Dutchman sitting on a barrel of gin and smoking a pipe looks on in amusement. Coloured etching by James Gillray, 1780.
- Gillray, James, 1756-1815.
- Jan 4 1780