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freeholder"s answer to Mr. John Briscoe"s proposals for a national bank Shewing the reasons why they will rather borrow moneyof the land-bank already establish"d, than subscribe tohis proposals.

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ContributionsBriscoe, John, fl. 1695., Land-bank.
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Pagination1 sheet
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