The Norfolk scheme, or, A letter to William Pulteney, Esq on the present posture of affairs, particularly with relation to the scheme for altering the method of collecting revenues, by converting the customs into excises, shewing the dangerous consequences of such an innovation, and reasons offered to the Honourable House of Commons against maintaining two standing armies in time of peace, viz. one of excise-men, the other of regular forces.
Printed for J. Wilford,
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