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A report from the Commissioners appointed to take, examine and state the publick accompts of the kingdom
Bib ID 2028764
Format BookBook
Author
Great Britain. Commissioners Appointed to Examine, Take, and State the Public Accounts of the Kingdom
 
Description [London : s.n.], 1703 [i.e. 1713] 
104 p. ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Covers 1709-1710, 1711-1712 (Michaelmas to Michaelmas).

A report from the Commissioners appointed to take, examine and determine the debts due to the Army, &c. Printed in the year MDCCXIII." (p. [79]-104) has special t.p.; it is largely a statement by Paymaster-general James Brydges why accounts under his care could not be closed.

Errata" at foot of p. 78.

Subjects Great Britain Army -- Appropriations and expenditures.  |  Finance, Public -- Great Britain -- Auditing.

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