An essay for a general tax

Publication Date1710
Remainderor, a project for a royal tythe: Which by suppressing all the Ancient Funds and Later Projects for Raising the Publick Revenues, and for ever abolishing all Exemptions, unequal Assessments, and all rigorous and oppressive Distraining on the People, will furnish the Government a Fixt and Certain Revenue, sufficient for all its Exigencies and Occasions, without Oppressing the Subjects. By the famous Monsieur Vauban, Marshal of France, Knight of the King's Orders, and Governour of Lisle. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of the Honourable House of Commons
Publisherprinted by John Matthews, for Geo. Strahan, at the Golden Ball in Cornhill



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