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A letter and remonstrance, &c. to the Right Honourable Philip, Lord Hardwicke, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, Arthur Onslow, Esquire, Speaker of the House of Commons, and Mr. Attorney and Mr. Sollicitor General, from Sir Alexander Murray : in relation to a petition and some proposals which he addressed last session to both Houses of Parliament : wherein the miserable state of Scotland, from the slavish dependance of the people on a few families and the great danger thence arising to Great Britain, are considered : with a new method of improving all the different products of our lands and waters and paying off the national debts.

Author/Creator:
Murray, Alexander, Sir, d. 1743.
Publication:
London : Printed for the author, 1740.
Format/Description:
Book
[2], 20 p. ; 38 cm. (fol.)
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Other Title:
Letter and remonstrance, &c. to the Right Honourable Philip, Lord Hardwicke.
Subjects:
Land tenure -- Scotland.
Scotland -- Economic conditions.
Notes:
Issued with: The true interest of Great Britain, Ireland and our plantations / Sir Alexander Murray. London : Printed for the author, 1740 [i.e. 1741]
Errata: p. 20.
Penn Chronology:
1740
Cited in:
Hanson 5236 note.
OCLC:
16108597