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A short answer to an elaborate pamphlet, entitled, The Importance of the sugar plantations, &c. Compos'd of many Words, much Malice, very little Argument, and abundance of False Reasoning. Shewing, That the Bill now depending for Prohibiting the Commerce carried on between our Northern Colonies, and the Foreign Sugar Plantations, tends to the impoverishing and ruin of those Colonies; the weakening of the Power of the English Empire in those Parts; and the Damage and Loss of Great Britain; and would put it in the power of our Sugar Plantations to make us pay them what Price they please for their Sugars. In a letter to a noble peer.
- M.DCC.XXXI. 
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[London] : [s.n.], M.DCC.XXXI. 
23,p. ; 80.
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