3 edition of A treatise upon the trade from Great-Britain to Africa found in the catalog.
A treatise upon the trade from Great-Britain to Africa
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 6662, no.15).
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Sparks concludes that, ”the entire treatise is not the reverie of any one single person, but the joint sentiments of the best writers upon the trade, and the result of the united opinions of the most capital merchants to Africa, drawn from their long experiences and perfect knowledge of the subject.” It is a rare book.
A treatise upon the trade from Great-Britain to Africa [electronic resource]: humbly recommended to the attention of government / by an African merchant Printed for R. Baldwin London Australian/Harvard Citation. African Merchant. Get this from a library. A treatise upon the trade from Great-Britain to Africa: humbly recommended to the attention of government.
[African Merchant.]. Transcriber's Note: This book was published in and contains some inconsistent spelling, capitalization, hyphenation, and punctuation typical of that era.
These have been retained as they appear in the original, including the inconsistent use of a period after the pound symbol (e.g., £ and £). Bibliography Selected Works. Observations on the Slave Trade, and a Description of some Part of the Coast of Guinea, during a Voyage in andin company with Dr.
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Full text of "A treatise upon the law of the conventions upon the subject existing between England and foreign nations, and the cases decided thereon" See other formats. [END OF THE DIGRESSION UPON THE BALANCE OF TRADE.] SECTION II. Of the Effect of Regulations fixing the Manner of Production.
SECTION III. Of Privileged Trading Companies. SECTION IV. Of regulations affecting the Corn Trade. BOOK I, CHAPTER XVIII OF THE EFFECT UPON NATIONAL WEALTH, RESULTING FROM THE PRODUCTIVE EFFORTS OF PUBLIC AUTHORITY.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. This book is pretty good. The pictures are nice, however there is a lack of pictures and information on alot of african countries. The book covers larely just some of west africa and south africa.
There are only like 5 african countries covered in the whole book, which was kinda s:.