The good of the community impartially considered in a letter to a merchant in Boston; in answer to one received respecting the excise-bill. Wherein an attempt is made, first, to show that it is for the interest of the community to excise all the luxuries of life; that this excise ought to extend to every man within the province; and that this is the most equitable method of paying the charges of the government. Seconly [sic], to answer all the objections that have been raised, both against excises, and the present method proposed for collecting the same; by a true friend to liberty

Main Author: Rusticus
Format: eBook
Published: Boston 1754, Printed 1754
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, W12549. - Evans, 7312. - Reproduction of original from Library of Congress. - Sabin, 74420. - Signed on p. 50: Rusticus. Salem, July 15. 1754
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (50,[2]p) 8°