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Excerpt from Every Man His Own Broker, or a Guide to Exchange-Alley: In Which the Nature of the Several Funds, Vulgarly Called the Stocks, Is Clearly Explained; And the Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing Laid Before the Public in a New and Impartial Light

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Excerpt from Every Man His Own Broker, or a Guide to Exchange-Alley: In Which the Nature of the Several Funds, Vulgarly Called the Stocks, Is Clearly Explained; And the Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing Laid Before the Public in a New and Impartial Light

That could not, with any propriety, be thrown into the body of this little piece: The author is thoroughly fenfible, that his undertaking will create him a levy of enemies for when it is confidered what numbers live by the iniquity which he intends to difclofe, and in fome meafure to defeat its efieét for the future, he can not but expec't every invective that avarice, malice, and difappointment are able to fuggel'r: hmon g the reft he will, no doubt, be charged with deficiency in his ac? Count of the nature of doing bufinefs (as it is called) in thefunds, without the a¿i¿ance of a broker; this being the mod; effectual method to ¿op the fale of a work of this kind: he therefore thinks it his duty previou¿y to vuaint the public, that if the old Latin maxim' be true, which fays, experien'z'z'a dacar, he is fufliciently mafier of his fubjeét; and he defires his performance may meet with no farther encouragement than it {hall' appear to merit by its utility. As fome of the funds are confiantly open, except on holidays, and jonathan's aimoli al.

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