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Advice to the merchants and traders of England shewing the mischief of suffering other people to receive their money, and the reasons why they ought to receive it themselves after the tenth of this instant February, 1695 /
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By the Kynge and the Quene forasmuch as the Kynge and Quenes maiesties, haue perfecte intellygence that aswell straungers resortyng hyther, as their highnes natural subiectes, haue now of late for their great gayne and lucre, not onely vsed to melte the monies and coignes of this realme, but also to but and sell the same ...
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By the Quene the Quenes Maiestie beyng infourmed, that in some partes of her realme, sundrye either ignoraunt or malicious people do spreade rumours abrode that the base testons of fourpence halfpenye should not be currant after thende of Ianuary next ...
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