|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7861, no. 04.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
A tract against the high rate of usury: presented to the High Court of Parliament, anno Domini In which the use for money was brought down from ten to eight in the hundred. / by: Culpeper, Thomas, Sir, , et al. Published: (). I, c. 17, reducing the rate of interest to 8%: but he kept up the fight for 6% and reprinted his tract in (It was subsequently reprinted also in , both by his son and as an appendix to Sir Josiah Child's well known Discourse on Trade; and in was translated into French). For these public services Cambridge University created him M.,AChildren: Phillippa Colpepper, Paulina Harlackenden, Cecelia Freke, Frances Colpepper, Francis Colpepper. Sir Thomas Colepeper ( – January ) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between and He supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil is known also as a writer on usury.. Life. Colepeper was the third son of Francis Colepeper of Hollingbourne Kent. 31 Sir Thomas Colepepers Tracts concerning Usury Reprinted with some animadversions on the writings of Dr. Lock (London).
Pris: kr. häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp boken Sir Thomas Colepeper's Tracts Concerning Usury Reprinted. Shewing Its Biting Quality on the Private and Publick with Some Animadversions on the Writings of Dr. Lock, on That Subject. av Thomas Culpeper (ISBN ) hos Adlibris. Fraktfritt över kr Alltid bra priser och snabb leverans. | Adlibris. () Sir Thomas Culpeper's Tracts concerning Usury reprinted, with some animadversions on the Writings of Dr Lock on that subject. Francis,, John, () Annals, Anecdotes and Legends: a Chronicle of Life Assurance. There were several Thomas Colepepers living in Sussex and Kent in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, including one at Wilmington, another at Greenway Court, Hollingbourne, and a third at Aylesford. The Winchelsea hundred book identifies their Member of . The Thomas Book: Giving the Genealogies of Sir Rhys Ap Thomas, K. G., the Thomas Family Descended from Him, and of Some Allied Families. Lawrence Buckley Thomas. H. T. Thomas Company, - pages. 3 s: 3.
Book Review:Two Tracts on Government. John Locke. [REVIEW] J. T. Moore - - Ethics 78 (4) David Lloyd Thomas - - Routledge. Sir Thomas Colepeper's Tracts Concerning Usury Reprinted. With Some Animadversions on the Writings of Dr. Lock on That Subject. As a propaganda accompaniment to this bill, Culpeper's son, Sir Thomas Culpeper, in reprinted his father's tract, along with one of his own, whose title says it all: A Discourse showing the many Advantages which will accrue to this Kingdom by the Abatement of Usury together with the Absolute Necessity of Reducing Interest of Money to the. Full text of "A collection of scarce and valuable tracts: on the most interesting and entertaining subjects: but chiefly such as relate to the history and constitution of these ed from an infinite number in print and manuscript, in the Royal, Cotton, Sion, and other public, as well as private libraries; particularly that of the late Lord Somers". The Colepepers were a well-established Kentish family, having been resident in the county since the 12th century. Beginning with Sir Thomas Colepeper of Bayhall, many branches of the family had flowered, so that by the 17th century identification can be very difficult.