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*** This Volume, printed by LORD OVERSTONE for distribution among his friends, has been edited by J. R. M°Culloch, Esq.
DEPOE, ELKING, FRANKLIN, TURGOT, ANDERSON, SCHOM-
BERG, TOWNSEND, BURKE, BELL, AND OTHERS.
WITH A PREFACE, NOTES, AND INDEX.
H31 M32 I559 MEN
This volume of miscellaneous Tracts, being the last of the series reprinted by Lord Overstone, contains the following articles; viz.
1. An Apology for the Builder; or a Discourse shewing
the Cause and Effects of the Increase of Building.
1685. 2. Giving Alms no Charity, and Employing the Poor a
Grievance to the Nation. Addressed to the Parlia
ment of England. 1704. . 3. A View of the Greenland Trade and Whale-Fishery,
with the National and Private Advantages thereof.
1722. 4. An Apology for the Business of Pawn-Broking. By
a Pawn-Broker. 1744. 5. Extracts from the Works of Dr. Franklin, on Popu
lation, Commerce, &c. 6. Reflections on the Formation and Distribution of
Wealth. By M. Turgot. 1793. 7. Extract from an Inquiry into the Nature of the
Corn Laws; with a View to the New Corn-Bill pro
posed for Scotland. 1777. 8. A Treatise on the Maritime Laws of Rhodes. By
Alexander C. Schomberg, M.A. 1776.