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An account of the trade to the East Indies, Together with the state of the present company, and the best method for establishing and managing that trade, to the honour and advantage, of the nation. Written by Mr. George White of London, merchant, at the desire of several members of both Houses of Parliament: and now made publick, for general information in an affair of so great concern to the whole kingdom. To which are added two tracts, viz. I. Answer to all the material objections against the present East-India Company. II. Some considerations touching East-India affairs.

White, George.

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London : London: printed in the year, MDCXCI. and reprinted for Brotherton and Sewell No. 32, Cornhill, MDCCLXXII. [1772]

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74p. ; 8⁰.


Publications note

ESTC N28333


  • English

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