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Dr. Houstoun's memoirs of his own life-time. : Containing, among other curious particulars, during upwards of thirty years travels, an account of I. The Scotch settlement at Darien. II. The great Advantages accruing to Great Britain from an Incorporated Union of the Whole Island. III. The Rise and Progress of the Royal African and Assiente Companies. IV. The Rise and Fall of the grand South Sea Bubble, &c. in 1720. V. The Conduct of the Spaniards, and Manner of their Trade in the West Indies. VI. The secret Expedition thither in 1740. Vii. Some Anecdotes of the Government of Jamaica, with the Characteristicks of its Inhabitants. Viii. The Importance of Cape-Breton to the British Nation. IX. An Essay on Genius and Education. Collected from the Author's Original Manuscripts, and Publish'd by Jacob Bickerstaff, M.A. Preview this item
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Dr. Houstoun's memoirs of his own life-time. : Containing, among other curious particulars, during upwards of thirty years travels, an account of I. The Scotch settlement at Darien. II. The great Advantages accruing to Great Britain from an Incorporated Union of the Whole Island. III. The Rise and Progress of the Royal African and Assiente Companies. IV. The Rise and Fall of the grand South Sea Bubble, &c. in 1720. V. The Conduct of the Spaniards, and Manner of their Trade in the West Indies. VI. The secret Expedition thither in 1740. Vii. Some Anecdotes of the Government of Jamaica, with the Characteristicks of its Inhabitants. Viii. The Importance of Cape-Breton to the British Nation. IX. An Essay on Genius and Education. Collected from the Author's Original Manuscripts, and Publish'd by Jacob Bickerstaff, M.A.

Author: James Houstoun
Publisher: London : Printed for Laiston Gilliver, in Oxford-Arms Passage, Warwick-Lane, and sold by W. Owen, near Temple-Bar, Fleet-Street, MDCCXLVII. [1747]
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: James Houstoun; James Houstoun
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Houstoun
OCLC Number: 642293162
Description: 1 online resource ([4], 435, [1] pages)

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