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THOUGHTS on taxation, and a new system of funding, by which the land holder and stock holder, being equally secured, would run the same fortune, and the latter escape the dangerous envy of being considered as a kind of foreigner, unconcerned in the calamities of the country; and which, being adopted, would operate to lower the price of common necessaries, to a degree that would render substantial relief to commerce, that true source of riches and national credit. [By G. P. Towry.] A new edition, with additions. London: 14. b. t.” The author's answer to a letter from a noble Earl, signed G. P. T * * * *

THOUGHTS on the abolition of the slave trade, and civilization of Africa ; with remarks on the African institution. and an examination of the report of their committee, recommending a general registry of slaves in the British

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West India islands. [By Joseph
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London: 1816. Octavo. Pp. vii. 235."

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