Two papers, on the subject of taxing the British colonies in America the first entitled, "Some remarks on the most rational and effectual means that can be used in the present conjuncture for the future security and preservation of the trade of Great-Britain, by protecting and advancing her settlements on the north continent of America."
Printed for J. Almon
|Collection:||Making of the Modern World - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
|Item Description:||"The following papers were drawn up by a club of American merchants: at head of whom were Sir William Keith, governor of Pennsylvania; the celebrated Mr. Joshua Gee, and many other eminent persons. They were printed and published in the year 1739."--p. iii. - Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 10345. - Higgs, H. Bibl. of economics, 4101. - OCLC, 23872911. - Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London|
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