A Table to bring old tenor into lawful money, at twenty-three and one third for one, from six pence to ten thousand pounds. : To which is added, a table shewing the value and weight of gold and silver coins, &c. as stated by a law of the colony of Rhode-Island, &c. made and passed at a session of the General Assembly of said colony, held at Newport, the second Monday in June, 1763.

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G1157 Broadsides 1764 No.6



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