<<The>> great designs of parliaments have ever been, when duties are granted, that the subjects have as little trouble and disturbance from the officers and collectors as is possible and therefore, the consideration of what followeth is humbly offered and presented to the honourable House of Commons, before passing the act for a duty to be laid upon houses & windows
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