An Historical and Chronological Deduction of the Origin of Commerce, from the Earliest Accounts: Containing an History of the Great Commercial Interests of the British Empire. To which is Prefixed an Introduction, Exhibiting a View of the Ancient and Modern State of Europe; of the Importance of Our Colonies; and of the Commerce, Shipping, Manufactures, Fisheries, &c., of Great-Britain and Ireland; and Their Influence on the Landed Interest. With an Appendix, Containing the Modern Politico-commercial Geography of the Several Countries of Europe, Volumen2
Printed at the Logographic Press, by J. Walter, 1787
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