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A new, easy, and infallible method for improving estates thirty per cent. per annum, without toil, trouble, or charge [electronic resource] : dedicated to the landholders of the British dominions, but more especially those of the British Parliament : to which are added, two very curious letters, wrote to the Honourable House of Commons, the first sessions of this Parliament, on two of the most important subjects in the world, trade and interest of money ... in which is also contained a scheme for preventing that great scandal to human nature, robbing, thieving, and begging, &c. /
by Philanthropos.
London : Printed and sold by M. Cooper, 1744.
1 p. l., [9]-19, [1], 10 p. ; 4to.
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London : Printed and sold by M. Cooper, 1744.
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Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 08036.
Pages 9-19 (1st count) reprint in same typesetting the author's The axe (once more) laid to the root of the tree (1743).
Published pseudonymously. Attributed to N. Blanch by Goldsmiths' Library's cat. and by Hanson based on similarity to Blanch's previous writings.
Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London.
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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to licensing agreements.

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