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Author: Le White, Thomas.
Title: An ansvver to a letter sent to a gentleman of the Middle-Temple.: Concerning the late various and strange changes of the times, together with certain queries not unworthy the consideration of the High Court of Parliament; and of all honest and religious men, that tenders the peace and wellfare of the Church and English nation. And also a clear way discovered whereby at least a million of money may be bought into the publick treasury for the use of the Common-wealth. By Tho. Le VVhite. Esq.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An ansvver to a letter sent to a gentleman of the Middle-Temple.: Concerning the late various and strange changes of the times, together with certain queries not unworthy the consideration of the High Court of Parliament; and of all honest and religious men, that tenders the peace and wellfare of the Church and English nation. And also a clear way discovered whereby at least a million of money may be bought into the publick treasury for the use of the Common-wealth. By Tho. Le VVhite. Esq.
Le White, Thomas.

London: printed by J. Clowes, 1659.
Subject terms:
Internal revenue -- England
Great Britain -- Politics and government
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88084.0001.001

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AN ANSVVER TO A Letter sent to a Gentleman of the Middle-Temple.