The toutch-stone of mony and commerce: or an expedient for increase of trade mony, and shiping in England. Shewing also how the arrears of the army, and other publique debts, may be forthwith satisfied, without laying more impositions upon the people, or burthen on trade. Together with custome and excise regulated. Wherein is manifest the destruction of trade, by its irregular mannagement at present: with means to prevent the like inconvenience from time to come. By S. E. A lover of his country.
printed at the authors charge, for his countries good: and are to be sold at the Turcks Head in Corn-hill, near the Royall Exchange,
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