Observations on Mr. Pitt's Plan, for the Reduction of the National Debt

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Page 10 - ... delude the public, does evidently delude himself. He thinks, no doubt, that his plan for redeeming the national debt is to save the nation ; and if it be well managed, it unquestionably may save it. But if it be conducted in the way proposed by the bill now before the House of Commons, we shall neither profit by the peace, nor be prepared for war. We may let slip the present favourable opportunity of restoring our finances, and such an opportunity may perhaps never...

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