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" Thoughts" of the Earl of Lauderdale and the "Appeal "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 447
1798
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Monthly Review; Or New Literary Journal

1797 - 614 pages
...their natural strength.' Art. 36. Observations on the Credit and Finances of Great Britain ; tu Reply to the Thoughts of the Earl of Lauderdale and the Appeal . of Mr. Morgan. By Daniel Wakefield, Esq. 8vp. pp. jot is. 6d. Rivingtons. 1797. Mr. W. begins thi; pamphlet with observations...
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Das gelehrte England, oder Lexikon der jetzlebenden Schriftsteller ..., Volume 2

Jeremias David Reuss - 1804 - 530 pages
...fyftem of finance. 1796. 8. (I fh.) Obfcrvatioos on the credit and finances . of Great-Britain, in reply to the thoughts of the Earl of Lauderdale and the appeal of Mr. Morgan. 1797. 8. (I fh. 6 d.) An inquiry into the truth of the two positions of the french oeconoinift's that...
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The Dictionary of National Biography, Founded in 1882 by George Smith, Volume 20

1917 - 1446 pages
...Finance," ' London, 1796, 8vo. 2. ' Observations on the Credit and Finances of Great Britain, in reply to the " Thoughts " of the Earl of Lauderdale and the " Appeal " of Mr. Morgan,' London, 1797, 8vo [cf. MAITLAND, JAMES, eighth EARL OF LAUDERDALE ; and MORGAN, WILLIAM, 1760-18331....
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A Guide to the Printed Materials for English Social and Economic ..., Volume 1

Judith Blow Williams - 1926 - 572 pages
...priority of date. Wakefield, Daniel, Observations on the credit and finances of Great Britain ; in reply to the Thoughts of the Earl of Lauderdale, and the Appeal of Mr. Morgan. 1797. 70 p. Optimistic. Declares that increasing prosperity will take care of the national debt. Adams,...
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The Friends of Peace

J. E. Cookson - 1982 - 344 pages
...national insanity. Wakefield, Daniel. Observations on the credit and finances of Great Britain; in reply to the Thoughts of the Earl of Lauderdale and the Appeal of Mr Morgan. Wakefield, Gilbert. A letter to William Wilberforce, esq. on the subject of his late publication. Wilberforce,...
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