Reasons for rendering trade to and from all nations, free to export and import every commodity, neat or wrought ... proper to be considered by Mr. Webber, and others, that are for increasing and extending restraints on the British and Irish trade ... dedicated to the discerning part of English traders, whose schemes and conduct are proofs of their judgment in manufacturing and commerce /
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Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 07837.
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