Catalog Record: [The] most important transactions of the sixth session of the First Parliament of His Majesty King George II. anno domini, MDCCXXXIII : containing ... also in this pamphlet are inserted, The Lords protests in the said session of Parliament : and a compleat list of all those gentlemen of the House of Commons as voted for or against the late excise-bill ... | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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[The] most important transactions of the sixth session of the First Parliament of His Majesty King George II. anno domini, MDCCXXXIII : containing ... also in this pamphlet are inserted, The Lords protests in the said session of Parliament : and a compleat list of all those gentlemen of the House of Commons as voted for or against the late excise-bill ... .

Corporate Author: Great Britain.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for W. James, [1733]
Edition: The 5th ed., rev. and corr. /
Subjects: Tobacco > Taxation > Great Britain.
Excise tax > Great Britain.
Great Britain > Economic policy.
Note: Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 07160.0-4.
Also filmed as item no. 7160.0-4.
Goldsmiths' Library's copy, filmed as item no. 7105, imperfect: loss of print due to close trimming.
Two columns to the p.
Physical Description: 34 p.
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