Letters relating to the East India Company Containing, I. A letter to Sir J- L-, on dividing annuities from the trading stock, and giving a benefit to the proprietors, ... II. A letter to the people of Britain, on the importance of the East India trade; where the Company trades to, and where they do not; ... III. A letter to Miss A- S-, one of the proprietors of the East India sock, mutiny and desertion bill, ... IV. A letter to the Hon. ***.***, Esq; one of the *** of ***, on the importance of the Indian trade, ... V. A letter to - B-. Esq; one of the Aldermen of the city of London; on the erecting Madarass and it dependencies into a colony, ... VI. A letter to J. S. merchant in Edinburgh. In answer to a question, whether people from Edinburgh and Glasgow may send ships, and trade to the Philippian islands and Japan?
printed for W. Owen, at Homer's head, near Temple-Bar,
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