The Importance of the Ostend Company consider'd; wherein is fully proved, from the state of our trade with Holland, and, vice versa, that I. It is the interest of each other, ever, to stand by, and support on another. II. That their trade is reciprocally advantageous. III. That the Ostend company is destructive to the trade of Great Britain, and Holland; and, in time, if let alone, will entirely ruin that; and enable the house of Austria to become mistress of the British seas. IV. Means to prevent these misfortunes ...
Printed by E. Say and sold by J. Roberts,
|Edition:||The 2nd ed., corrected, to which is added a letter from a merchant in Holland to a friend in London, concerning His Majesty's guaranteeship, &c.|
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