Thomas Neale

Thomas Neale (1641–1699) was an English project-manager and politician who was also the first person to hold a position equivalent to postmaster-general of the North American colonies.

Neale was a Member of Parliament for thirty years, Master of the Mint and the Transfer Office, Groom of the Bedchamber, gambler, and entrepreneur. His wide variety of projects included the development of Seven Dials, Shadwell, East Smithfield, and Tunbridge Wells, land-drainage projects, steel foundries and paper-making enterprises, mining in Maryland and Virginia, raising shipwrecks, and developing a pair of dice to prevent cheating at gaming. He was also the author of numerous tracts on coinage and fund-raising, and he was involved in the idea of a National Land Bank, the precursor of the Bank of England. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1692
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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1695
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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1696
Printed for the author and are to be sold by R. Baldwin

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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1696
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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1696
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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1643
Printed for Humphrey Robinson

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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1704
printed for Isaac Cleave next Serjeants Inn in Chancery-Lane

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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1786
Printed for G. Burnett, No. 184, near Arundel-street, Strand; J. Walker, Pater-noster-Row, and R. Faulder, Bond-street

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by Neale, Thomas
Published 1706
Printed for W. Hawes, at the Rose and Bible, in Ludgate-Street