Some Considerations concerning The Publick Funds, The Publick Revenues, and The Annual Supplies, Granted by Parliament.
Occasion'd by a late Pamphlet, intitled, An Enquiry into the Conduct of our Domestick Affairs, from the Year 1721, to Christmas 1733. The Second Edition.London, printed for J. Roberts, 1735 Stock Code: 117470
NotesSecond edition. Robert Walpole had sought to reduce the interest on the national debt by creating a national sinking fund. The Earl of Bath publishing a strong criticism of Walpole's use of this fund in his 1734 treatise An Enquiry into the Conduct of our Domestic Affairs. The present work is Walpole's rebuttal, and a defence of his management of the sinking fund against the Earl of Bath's charges.
Octavo (193 x 119 mm). Rebound in modern boards, printed paper label to front board, edges sprinkled red.
A couple of ink marks on verso of title page, occasional slight creasing to pages. A very good copy.
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