The Grand Question Debated: After the Dialogistic Manner of Lucian, Whether It Would Be Expedient to Abolish the Public Debt. By Way of Prologue, Is Adapted Part of the First Scene of Addison's Cato. And, by Way of Epilogue, An Imutation of the Second Chorus of Seneca's Thyestes. By Aristarchus

The Grand Question Debated: After the Dialogistic Manner of Lucian, Whether It Would Be Expedient to Abolish the Public Debt. By Way of Prologue, Is Adapted Part of the First Scene of Addison's Cato. And, by Way of Epilogue, An Imutation of the Second Chorus of Seneca's Thyestes. By Aristarchus

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Publisher: London : printed for R. Baldwin, at the Rose, in Pater-Noster Row, [1755?]
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