A treatise touching the East-Indian trade, or, A discourse (turned out of French into English) concerning the establishment of a French company for the commerce of the East-Indies
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A treatise touching the East-Indian trade, or, A discourse (turned out of French into English) concerning the establishment of a French company for the commerce of the East-Indies to which are annexed the articles and conditions, whereupon the said company for the commerce of the East-Indies is established by

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Published by Printed by Thomas Mabb for Henry Brome ... in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Compagnie des Indes orientales,
  • France -- Commerce -- East Indies,
  • East Indies -- Commerce -- France

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesA discourse (turned out of French into English) concerning the establishment of a East-Indian trade, A treatise touching the East-Indian trade
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 863:60
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[6], 62 p
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15025962M

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A treatise touching the East-Indian trade, or, A discourse (turned out of French into English) concerning the establishment of a French company for the commerce of the East-Indies: to which are annexed the articles and conditions, whereupon the said company for the commerce of the East-Indies is established. A discourse concerning the East-India-trade. A discourse concerning the East-India-trade, shewing how it is unprofitable to the kindome of England. Being taken out of an essay on trade; written by Mr. John Cary, merchant in Bristol, in the year To which are added some observations of Sir Jos. Child and of the author of the Essay on ways. A treatise touching the East-Indian trade, or, A discourse (turned out of French into English) concerning the establishment of a French company for the commerce of the East-Indies to which are annexed the articles and conditions, whereupon the said company for the commerce of the East-Indies is established. A treatise touching the East-Indian trade, or, A discourse (turned out of French into English) concerning the establishment of a French company for the commerce of the East-Indies to which are annexed the articles and conditions whereupon the said company for the commerce of the East-Indies is established. by: Charpentier, M.

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