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A reply to the defence of the bank [electronic resource] : setting forth the unreasonableness of their slow payments. To which is added, 1. The mischiefs that attend the buying and selling bank-notes. 2. The advantages England will reap by having the unclipt hammer'd mony pass currant into the Exchequer by weight. In a letter to his friend in the countrey. By a true lover of his countrey and the present government.

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Main Author: True lover of his countrey and the present government.
Published: London : printed for E. Whitlock, and sold by most booksellers, 1696.
Series: Early English books online.
Topics: Money supply - Great Britain - Early works to 1800. | Bank of England - Early works to 1800.
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Location & Availability for: A reply to the defence of the bank : set