Catalog Record: The political progress of Britain, or, An impartial history of abuses in the government of the British Empire in Europe, Asia and America, from the revolution in 1688 to the present time : the whole tending to prove the runious consequences of the popular system of taxation, war and conquest | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The political progress of Britain, or, An impartial history of abuses in the government of the British Empire [electronic resource] : in Europe, Asia and America, from the revolution in 1688 to the present time : the whole tending to prove the runious consequences of the popular system of taxation, war and conquest / [James Thomson Callender].

Main Author: Callender, James Thomson, 1758-1803.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed and sold by Daniel Isaac Eaton, printer and bookseller to the supreme majesty of the people, ... , 1795.
Edition: [3rd ed.]
Subjects: Grande-Bretagne > Politique et gouvernement > 1760-1789.
Grande-Bretagne > Histoire > 18e siècle.
Great Britain > Politics and government > 1760-1820.
Great Britain > History > 18th century.
Note: Signed: James Thomson Callender--p. 7.
'"The world's mad business."'
ISBN: 066543748X
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