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A developement of the views and designs of the French nation : and the advantages which will derive to them, if they should be able, by a peace, or otherwise, to secure to themselves the free navigation of the rivers Rhine, Maese, and Scheldt ; To which it is their long avowed Intention and Design, to join many of their numerous navigable Rivers and Canals, and thereby, at all Times, secure to themselves, a safe and speedy Conveyance of their various Productions, Manufactures and Commerce, from the most interior Parts of the Kingdom, to the above Rivers ; and from thence to the Centre of Germany, Holland, and the Netherlands ; and from the Mediterranean Sea to the Bay of Biscay, to the British Channel, and to the North Sea, and thereby to monopolize the whole Trade of almost all the northern Part of Europe ; and particularly to the Exclusion of the Trade and Manufacturers of Great Britain. Preview this item
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A developement of the views and designs of the French nation : and the advantages which will derive to them, if they should be able, by a peace, or otherwise, to secure to themselves the free navigation of the rivers Rhine, Maese, and Scheldt ; To which it is their long avowed Intention and Design, to join many of their numerous navigable Rivers and Canals, and thereby, at all Times, secure to themselves, a safe and speedy Conveyance of their various Productions, Manufactures and Commerce, from the most interior Parts of the Kingdom, to the above Rivers ; and from thence to the Centre of Germany, Holland, and the Netherlands ; and from the Mediterranean Sea to the Bay of Biscay, to the British Channel, and to the North Sea, and thereby to monopolize the whole Trade of almost all the northern Part of Europe ; and particularly to the Exclusion of the Trade and Manufacturers of Great Britain.

Author: Matthias Koops
Publisher: London : Printed by J. Barfield, No. 91, Wardour-Street ; And sold by Mr. Stockdale, Piccadilly, Mr. Richardson, Royal Exchange. And by Mr. Byrne, Grafton-Street, Dublin. April, 1796.
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Matthias Koops
OCLC Number: 642566224
Description: 1 online resource (259, [1] pages)

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