The Works of John Locke: Some considerations of the consequences of lowering the interest and raising the value of money (Letter to a member of Parliament, 1691) Short observations on a printed paper entitled, 'For encouraging the coining silver money in England' ... Further considerations concerning raising the value of money. Two treatises of government

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