Britain's commercial interest explained and improved: in a series of dissertations on several important branches of her trade and police: containing a candid enquiry into the secret causes of the present misfortunes of the nation. With proposals for their remedy. Also the great advantages which would accrue to this kingdom from an union with Ireland, Volume 1
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