unknown1808, Dec 23
an English clergyman and writer on politics and political economy. Having taken orders and held a curacy he was appointed reader at St Peter Mancroft, Norwich. Brand was a Tory, and his Toryism coloured all his writings. In his first pamphlet, Observations on some of the probable effects of Mr. Gilbert's Bill, to which are added Remarks on Dr. Price's account of the National Debt (1776), his object was to reply to the economists who bewailed the increase of local taxation and of the national debt. He draws a distinction between fiscal charge and fiscal burden.
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