A short review of the several pamphlets that have appeared this sessions on the subject of coin, and in particular of that which is intitled, A vindication of the intended alterations, &c.
|Main Creator:||Browne, John, Sir.|
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Dublin : printed by S. Powell, and sold by George Ewing, J. Watson, and at the Old Globe Coffee-House on Essex-bridge, 1730.
Anonymous. By Sir John Browne.
An answer to David Bridon and to Mr. M---ple [i.e. William Maple] author of 'A vindication of the intended alterations'.
Physical description: 48 p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Goldsmiths', 6776
Citations/References: Hanson, 4114
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