A defence of a pamphlet lately published: entitled, Thoughts upon several interesting subjects

... Being a reply to the appendix, annexed to The expediency of a free exportation of corn at this time; ... in a second letter to a friend. By Mr. Wimpey. by Joseph Wimpey

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 5306, no. 17.
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Paginationxxiv,79,[1]p.
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