A DEFENCE OF SEVERAL PROPOSALS FOR RAISING OF THREE MILLIONS for the service of the Government for the year 1746. With a postscript, containing some notions relating to publick credit.
London: Osborn, 1746. First edn 8vo,pp. 77. Later leather backed boards. A closed tear to the title-page. Kress 4795; Goldsmith Library 8231. (Item ID: 5299)
From 1737, Sir John Barnard took the lead in financial matters espousing a policy of borrowing cheap money to retire a debt being serviced at a higher rate. He was opposed by Robert Walpole.