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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Josiah Tucker; Peter Force; Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
|Notes:||Signatures: pi1 a-b⁴ B-2D⁴ *A-*D⁴ *E².
Errata: p. , first sequence.
Publisher's advertisements: p.  at end.
|Description:||, vi- xv, , 9-216, , 4-35,  p. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||Tract I.A solution of the important question, whether a poor country, where raw materials and provisions are cheap, and wages low, can supplant the trade of a rich manufacturing country, where raw materials and provisions are dear, and the price of labour high. With a postscript obviating objections --
Tract II. The case of going to war for the sake of trade, considered in a new light, being a fragment of a greater work --
Tract III. A letter from a merchant in London, to his nephew in America, concerning the late and present disturbances in the colonies --
Tract IV. The true interest of Great-Britain set forth in regard to the colonies; and the only means of living in peace and harmony with them --
Sermon I. On the connection and mutual relation between Christian morality, good government, and national commerce --
Sermon II. Using the world without abusing it: or the true boundaries set forth between the luxurious and the temperate, the vitious and the virtuous enjoyments of God's good creatures; with their respective effects and influence on national commerce, national riches, and national prosperity.
|Responsibility:||by Josiah Tucker, D.D. Dean of Glocester.|
- United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783.
- Great Britain -- Colonies -- America -- Early works to 1800.
- Great Britain -- Commerce -- Early works to 1800.
- Sermons, English -- 18th century.
- Grande-Bretagne -- Commerce.
- États-Unis -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1775-1783.