The case of the bankers and their creditors stated and examined. Wherein the property of the subject in this, and the like cases, is soberly asserted, by the common and statute laws of England, His Majesties most gracious declarations; by innumerable, great and important records of this kingdom, from the time of the Norman conquest to our own times; by the civil law, history, polity, morality, and common reason: and all objections undeniably refuted. As it was inclosed in a letter to a friend, By a true lover of his King and countrey, and sufferer for loyalty

Thomas Turner 1675

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