Observations on trade, and a publick spirit and a Publick Spirit. Shewing, I. That all trade ought to be in common, and the Danger of Monopolies. II. That the Abuse of it, by Publick Companies, was the Origin of Stock-Jobbing. III. Of the Deceits arising from the Encouragement of Projectors, Lotteries, and other Cheats. IV. Of the general Benefit of Trade. V. Of the Selling of Places, Corruptions in Elections of Members, in the Law, in the Commission of the Peace, and Select Vestries. VI. The advantages of a publick spirit, and wherein it consists. Written by Thomas Baston, Esq

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author Baston, Thomas (Author)
Place, Publisher, Year London printed for Olive Payne in New-Round-Court, over-against York-Buildings, in the Strand 1732
Pages8 ̊
Additional InformationA reissue of Baston's 'Thoughts on trade, and a publick spirit', London, 1716, with a cancel titlepage. - Braces in title. - English Short Title Catalog, T149307. - Perhaps edited or revised for the author by Daniel Defoe. - Price from imprint: price Stitch'd One Shilling and Six-Pence. - Reproduction of original from British Library
Erscheinungsjahr in Vorlageform:MDCCXXXII. [1732]
Online AccessDeutschlandweit zugänglich
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