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Neale, Thomas, -1699? National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO

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VIAF ID: 12646823 (Personal)

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About mending the coyn xR Extended Titles-test National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
Anno quinto & sexto Gulielmi & Mariæ, by an act pass'd entituled An Act for Granting to Their Majesties Certain Rates and Duties upon Salt and upon Beer, Ale, and Other Liquors xR Extended Titles-test
Best way of disposing of hammer'd money and plate as well for the advantage of the owners thereof, as for raising fifteen hundred, and fifteen thousand pounds ... by way of a lottery xR Extended Titles-test
Profitable adventure to the fortunate and can be unfortunate to none. Being a proposal for raising one million of money, by setling a fund of one hundred and forty thousand pounds per annum for fifteen years only for it xR Extended Titles-test
Proposal concerning the coin xR Extended Titles-test
Proposal for amending the silver coins of england and the possibility of it without any great charge to the nation, demonstrated in two different ways xR Extended Titles-test
Proposal for raising a million on a fund of interest by setling one hundred thousand pounds yearly to pay 8 per cent. for one million two hundred thousand pounds, of which the king to have a million xR Extended Titles-test
To preserve the East-India trade xR Extended Titles-test
Two several proposals made by Tho. Neale and Dalby Thomas, Esq., for exchanging the payments of one pound yearly upon the unbenefitted tickets in the late million adventure ..., 1694 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO
Way how to supply the king's occasions with two millions of money on a fond of 120000 l. yearly, which is at 6 only per cent. without any prejudice to his majesty's present revenue or compulsion to those that shall receive it, but rather a convenience to both xR Extended Titles-test
Way how to supply the king's occasions with two millions of money on a food of 120000 l. yearly, which is only 6 per cent, without prejudice to his majesties present revenue xR Extended Titles-test

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