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Context of English liberty in some cases worse than French slavery : exemplified by animadversions upon the tyrannical and anti-constitutional power of the justices of the peace, commissioners of excise, customs, and land-tax, &c. : containing a particular relation of the barbarous and oppressive methods made use of in raising the land-tax of this kingdom, compared with an historical narrative of the more mild, and equitable measures pursued in raising the taxes, call'd the taillé and taillon, the most oppressive in France
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