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Observations on the commerce of the America states with Europe and the West Indies
Sheffield, John Holroyd Earl of
|Series||Commercial pamphlets -- v. 3, no. 1., American culture series -- 378.3.|
|LC Classifications||HF3025 .S504|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. ¾., 75 p.|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||87777778|
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By John Adams, Esquire; ambassador plenipotentiary, from the United and Independent States of North America, to Their High Mightinesses the States General of the. Observations on the Commerce of the American States.
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Book/Printed Material The present state of the West-Indies: containing an accurate description of what parts are possessed by the several powers in Europe: together with an authentick account of the first discoverers of those islands, and the parts adjacent, their situation, extent, boundaries, soil, product, trade, commerce, inhabitants, strength, government, and religion: also their.
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Works on the commerce of countries, cities, etc. are entered under headings of the type [place -- Commerce,] further subdivided by place, if appropriate. If so subdivided, a second heading is assigned with the place names in reverse position, e.g. Canada -- Commerce -- United States.
United States -- Commerce -- Canada. John Baker Holroyd, Fust Earl of Sheffield, Observations on the Commerce of the American States with Europe and the West Indies; including the several articles of import and export (2nd edition, London, ).
Google ScholarAuthor: Doron S. Ben-Atar. Geopolitically, the islands of the Caribbean (the West Indies) are often regarded Observations on the commerce of the America states with Europe and the West Indies book a region of North America, though sometimes they are included in Central America or left as a region of their own.
  and are organized into 30 territories including sovereign states, overseas departments, Demonym: Caribbean, West Indian. A general topography of North America and the West Indies.
Being a collection of all the maps, charts, plans, and particular surveys, that have been published of that part of the world, either in Europe or America by Thomas Jefferys () A general topography of North America and the West Indies.
This a fairly interesting book covering the development of the Americas, and addressing the reasons why North America, and Latin America, have come to be seen so differently, despite being essentially a single land mass. The author touches very briefly on key by: A practical view of the present state of slavery in the West Indies; or, An examination of Mr.
Stephen's "Slavery of the British West India Colonies": containing more particularly an account of the actual condition of the Negroes in Jamaica: With observations on the decrease of the slaves since the abolition of the slave trade, and on the.
Observations on the commerce of the American states with Europe and the West Indies; including the several articles of import and export.: Also, an essay on canon and feudal law. By John Adams, Esquire; ambassador plenipotentiary, from the United and Independent States of North America, to Their High Mightinesses the States General of the.
Edition used: Richard Price, Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, the Principles of Government, and the Justice and Policy of the War with America. To which is added, an Appendix and Postscript, containing, a State of the National Debt, an Estimate of the Money drawn from the Public by the Taxes, and an Account of the National Income and Expenditure since the last War.
John Baker Holroyd, Lord Sheffield, Observations on the Commerce of the American States with Europe and the West Indies, London, For the significance of the pamphlet, see Jenings’ letter of 3 June, and note 6, above. There is no indication that the loyalists Silas Deane, Benedict Arnold, Paul Wentworth, or Philip Skene played any part.
Printed copy owned by Jefferson (DLC: Rare Book Division).Jefferson’s copy contains many corrections in an unknown hand. Pages 9 and 10 in that copy are missing and in their place have been inserted proof pages from Madison, Letters (Cong.
ed.) description begins [William C. Rives and Philip R. Fendall, eds.], Letters and Other Writings of James Madison (published by order of Congress; 4. An historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of the United States of America, and of the European settlements in America and Pages: Observations on the Commerce of the American States with Europe and the West Indies; Including the Several Articles of Import and Export.
Also, an Essay on Canon and Feudal Law. To Which is Annexed, the Political Character of the Said John Adams, Esquire; By an American. decides to sail west to get to India and lands in America, consider to be the first to "discover America." The Requirement first created for moors but then changed for sailing.
was a declaration by the Spanish monarchy of its divinely ordained right to take possession of the territories of the New World and to subjugate, exploit and. Neckar says that the amount of money in France, recoined from the old coin which was called in, was two thousand five hundred millions of livres (upwards of one hundred and four millions sterling); and, after deducting for waste, and what may be in the West Indies and other possible circumstances, states the circulation quantity at home.
At this stage the West Indian immigration quota was included in the British quota which was a gener a year limit which was never fully met, During the war years, more thanworkers from the British West Indies were recruited for agricultural and industrial work in the United States on a temporary basis, 15but many found ways of.
The discovery of gold and silver in America, the extirpation, enslavement and entombment in mines of the aboriginal population, the beginning of the conquest and looting of the East Indies, the turning of Africa into a warren for the commercial hunting of black-skins.
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Bering Straits It is likely that pre-historic Native Americans entered through the _______________, from Asia down through Alaska and down through North and South America. Introduction. These Observations determined me to try some Experiments. Alexander, planter, Bacolet, Grenada, Inan extraordinary experiment pitted purported slave cures against European treatments in Grenada, a small island south of Barbados, just.
a voyage to north america, and the west indies, in by e. montule. knight of the royal order of the legion of honour. author of travels in egypt, &c. library of congress city of washington london. printed for sir richard phillips and co. bride court, bridge street. The English settlements in North America have grown much more slowly than those in the West Indies, where they came aboutand in twenty years had flourishing Colonies, such as Barbadoes.
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Embellished with Copper-Plates. Read CHAPTER VII. OF COLONIES. of The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith. The text begins: PART I. Of the Motives for Establishing New Colonies. The interest which occasioned the first settlement of the different European colonies in America and the West Indies, was not altogether so plain and distinct as that which directed the establishment of those of ancient Greece and Rome.
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16 Hamilton on Commerce Federalist 11 This would be more peculiarly the case in relation to operations in the West Indies. A few ships of the line, sent opportunely to the reinforcement of either side, would often be sufficient to decide the fate of a campaign, on the event of which interests of the greatest magnitude were suspended.
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