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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 
1729The advantages of peace and commerce; with some remarks on the East-India trade. Defoe, Daniel 
1706The advantages of Scotland by an incorporate union with England, compar'd with these [sic] of a coalition with the Dutch, of league with France. Defoe, Daniel 
1719The anatomy of Exchange-Alley: or, A system of stock-jobbing. Defoe, Daniel 
1721The case of Mr. Law, truly stated. Defoe, Daniel 
1720The chimera: or, The French way of paying national debts, laid open. Defoe, Daniel 
1720The female manufactures complaint: being the humble petition of Dorothy Distaff, Abigail Spinning-Wheel, Eleanor Reel &c. spinsters, to the lady Rebecca Woolpack. Defoe, Daniel 
1701The free=holders plea against stock-jobbing elections of Parliament men. Defoe, Daniel 
1719The just complaint of the poor weavers truly represented, with as much answer as it deserves, to a pamphlet lately written against them entitled The weavers pretences examin'd, &c. Defoe, Daniel 
1711The re-representation: or, A modest search after the great plunderers of the nation: being a brief enquiry into two weighty particulars, necessary at this time to be known, viz. I. Who they are that have plundered the nation. II. Why they are not detected and punished.  Defoe, Daniel 
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