Aislabie, John, 1670-1742

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John Aislabie, British politician, was a member of Parliament for Ripon 1695-1721 and for Northallerton, 1702. He held several cabinet posts including Chancellor of the Exchequer 1714-1718. In 1719, he supported the South Sea Company's scheme for paying off the national debt. The company failed and he was expelled from the house in 1721.

From the description of Act of Parliament: Receipt, 1720 Dec. 17. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 145566840

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creatorOf Aislabie, John, 1670-1742. Act of Parliament: Receipt, 1720 Dec. 17. Temple University Libraries, Paley Library
referencedIn Truth Displayed or the Tables Turned, c. 1720-1910 Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
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associatedWith Williams, John, Sir. person
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Birth 1670-12-04

Death 1742-06-18

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