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Re: Sir John Sinclair's History of the Revenue.


>Dear John:
>"The History of the Public Revenue of the British Empire"
>by Sir John Sinclair, Baronet M.P. London, 1785, 1790 and 1803.
>It is in 3 volumes.   I own a reprint by Kelly Publishers, New York, 1966 in
>their Reprints of Economic Classics series


>Generally, anything with John Sinclair as author will be our Sir John
>Sinclair of Ulbster ancestor of  the current Lord Thurso whose name is also
>John.  He, the modern John,  is a newly elected MP and thus follows in the
>footsteps of Sir John and indeed his Grandfather, Archibald who was Minister
>for Air in Churchill's war cabinet and was made the first Viscount Thurso.
>Sir John was indefatiguable and wrote and published something almost every
>day of his adult life.

What else did he write?

>Rory in Toronto.

John S. Quarterman <jsq@quarterman.org>
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