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A treatise wherein is demonstrated I. that the East-India trade is the most national of all foreign trades : II. that the clamors, aspersions, and objections made against the present East-India Company are sinister, selfish, or groundless, III. that ... the dominion of the sea depends much upon the wane or increase of that trade ... IV. that the trade of the East-Indies cannot he carried on to national advantage in any other way than by a general joynt-stock, V. that the East-India trade is more profitable and necessary to the kingdom of England than to any other kingdom or nation in Europe Preview this item
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A treatise wherein is demonstrated I. that the East-India trade is the most national of all foreign trades : II. that the clamors, aspersions, and objections made against the present East-India Company are sinister, selfish, or groundless, III. that ... the dominion of the sea depends much upon the wane or increase of that trade ... IV. that the trade of the East-Indies cannot he carried on to national advantage in any other way than by a general joynt-stock, V. that the East-India trade is more profitable and necessary to the kingdom of England than to any other kingdom or nation in Europe

Author: Josiah Child, Sir
Publisher: London : Printed by J.R. for the Honourable the East-India Company, 1681.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)20890003
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Josiah Child, Sir
OCLC Number: 65327551
Notes: Author's name given in Greek characters.
Attributed to Sir Josiah Child.
Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London.
Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 02414.
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to licensing agreements.
Description: [2], 43 p.
Responsibility: by Philopatris.

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