The History of the Public Revenue of the British Empire: An Account of the public Income and Expenditure from the remotest Periods recorded in History, to Michaelmas 1802. With an Account of the Revenue of Scotland and Ireland, and an Analysis of the Sources of public Revenue in general

A. Strahan, Printers-Street, 1804
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