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Report of the committee appointed to inspect and collect all the laws in force relating to tobacco, 1713 Nov. 14.

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Abstract

Contains a report of the committee appointed to inspect and collect all the laws in force relating to tobacco, to report the same with their opinion therein, and also to report what proposals they think may be for the improvement & advantage of the tobacco trade. The committee states that the acts relating to tobacco are not sufficient for the improvement & advantage of the tobacco trade and that the method now established by law for discharging debts is subject to many frauds & abuses not provided against by any law. The committee consisted of [John] Holloway, William Robinson, Christopher Robinson, & [William] Buckner.