The occasional monitor: or, short reasons and observations offer'd to the farmers of England, that they may not be so readily deceived by the distillers subtle insinuations at this time; who endeavour to make them believe, That the Landed Interest of Great-Britain will be soon brought to Ruin and Decay, if the Parliament do not this next Sessions repeal the late Act that obliges them to make their English Brandies and other Spirits of Full Proof; to the utter Destruction of the People, their Lives and Morals. Humbly address'd to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, Chancellor of the Exchequer; and to the rest of the Lords of the Treasury

Publication Date1731
Publisherprinted for H. Cooke, in Fleetstreet ; and E. Cooke, under the Royal-Exchange


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