Sketch of financial and commercial affairs in the autumn of 1797

In which, among other things, the mode of conducting the Loyalty Loan is fully considered; ... by Herries, Robert Sir

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6661, no. 10.
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Number of Pages105
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