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1713An essay on the treaty of commerce with France: with necessary expositions... 2d ed. Defoe, Daniel 
1710An essay upon loans: or, An argument proving that substantial funds settled by Parliament, with the encouragement of interests, and the advances of prompt payment usually allow'd will bring in loans of money to the exchequer, in spight of all the conspiracies of parties to the contrary ... Defoe, Daniel 
1697An essay upon projects. Defoe, Daniel 
1797An essay upon public credit: being an enquiry how the public credit comes to depend upon the change of ministry, or the dissolutions of Parliaments; and whether it does so or no?... Defoe, Daniel 
1710An essay upon publick credit: being an enquiry how the publick credit comes to depend upon the change of the ministry, or the dissolutions of Parliaments; and whether it does so or no. Defoe, Daniel 
1710An essay upon publick credit: being an enquiry how the publick credit comes to depend upon the change of the ministry, or the dissolutions of Parliaments; and whether it does so or no. Defoe, Daniel 
1711An essay upon the trade to Africa, in order to set the merits of that cause in a true light and being the disputes between the African company and the separate traders into a narrower compass. Defoe, Daniel 
1729Augusta triumphans; or, The way to make London the most florishing city in the universe. 2d ed. Defoe, Daniel 
-A brief account of the present state of the African trade. Defoe, Daniel 
1718Considerations on the present state of affairs in Great-Britain. Defoe, Daniel 
1713Considerations upon the eighth and ninth articles of the treaty of commerce and navigation, now publish'd by authority. Defoe, Daniel 
1702Essays upon several projects: or, Effectual ways for advancing the interest of the nation. Defoe, Daniel 
1717Fair payment to spunge: or, Some considerations on the unreasonableness of refusing to receive back money lent on publick securities. Defoe, Daniel 
1704Giving alms no charity, and employing the poor a grievance to the nation, being an essay upon this great question, whether work-houses, corporations, and houses of correction for employing the poor, as now practis'd in England; or parish-stocks, as propos'd in a late pamphlet,, entitled, A bill for the better relief, imployment and settlement of the poor, &c. Defoe, Daniel 
1712Justification of the Dvtch from several late scandalous reflections: Defoe, Daniel 
1727Parochial tyranny: or, The house-keeper's complaint against the insupportable exactions, and partial assessments of select vestries, &c. Defoe, Daniel 
1708Reflections on the prohibition act: wherein the necessity, usefulness and value of that law, are evinced and demonstrated. Defoe, Daniel 
1729Second thoughts are best: or, A further improvement of a late scheme to prevent street robberies: by which our streets will be so strongly guarded, and so gloriously illuminated, that any part of London will be as safe and pleasant at midnight as at noonday; and burglary totally impracticable: with some thoughts for suppressing robberies in all the publick roads of England, &c. Humbly offered for the good of his country, submitted to the consideration of the Parliament, and dedicated to His Sacred Majesty King George IId. Defoe, Daniel 
1724Some farther account of the original disputes in Ireland, about farthings and halfpence. Defoe, Daniel 
1713Some thoughts upon the subject of commerce with France. Defoe, Daniel 
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