Great Britain Commerce America Early Works To 1800 : An act prohibiting trade with the Barbada's, Virginia, Bermuda's and Antego. : Die Jovis, 3[o] Octobr. 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.; England and Wales.
Great Britain Commerce Asia History 18th Century : A second enquiry into the situation of the East India Company [electronic resource] : from papers laid before the House of Commons in the year 1789 and a postscript relative to the Indian budget : opened by Mr. Dundas on the 30th of March 1790 : with observations on the papers previously presented by the East India Company / by George Craufurd, Esq.; Craufurd, George.
Great Britain Commerce Australia : Competence in a colony contrasted with poverty at home, or, Relief to landlords and labourers held out by Australian colonization and emigration [electronic resource] : a memorial addressed to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell.
Great Britain Commerce Baltic Sea Region : An Inquiry into the state of our commercial relations with the northern powers [electronic resource] : with reference to our trade with them under the regulation of licences, the advantage which the enemy derives from it, and its effects on the revenue, the course of the foreign exchanges, the price of bullion, and the general prosperity of the British Empire.
Great Britain Commerce Barbados : A letter to the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M.P., principal secretary of state for the colonies [electronic resource] : on the sugar question : with some account of the anomalous position of Barbados, with reference to the other possessions of the Crown in the western archipelago / by a late member of the House of Assembly.; Late member of the House of Assembly.
Great Britain Commerce Belgium Early Works To 1800 : Placcaet ons heeren des Conincx, inhoudende verbodt van te voeren naer de landen zynde onder de onderdanicheyt vanden Coninck van Groot-Britaignien eenige coopmanschappen ofte waeren dienende tot de oorloghe, &c.. [electronic resource].; Netherlands.
Great Britain Commerce Benelux Countries Early Works To 1800 : By the King. A proclamation for the better ordering the transportation of cloths and other woollen manufactures into Germany [electronic resource] : and preventing the encroachments on the Fellowship of the Merchants-Adventurers of England in relation to their trading in those commodities.
Great Britain Commerce Benin : A letter to His Majesty King George, from the Most Victorious and Mighty Trudo Audato Povefau Danger Enjo Suveveveto Ene Mottee Addee Pou a Poulo Co Hullo Necressy, King of Dauhomay, and Emperor of Paupau, who lately conquer'd the great kingdoms of Ardah and Whidah, &c [electronic resource] : presented to His Majesty on the 3d of May, by Capt. Lambe, who receiv'd the same from the Emperor's hand : to which is annexed, Capt. Lambe's scheme for trade with the said Emperor.; Trudo,
Great Britain Commerce China Guangzhou : Notices on the British trade to the port of Canton [electronic resource] : with some translations of Chinese official papers relative to that trade, &c. &c. &c. / by John Slade.; Slade, John,
Great Britain Commerce China History 19th Century : China and the Red Barbarians : American and British relations with China in the 19th century : [papers read at a symposium held at the National Maritime Museum on 14 October 1972 by I.H. Nish, Ernest S. Dodge and Peter Boyle].
Great Britain Commerce Colombia : Two letters [electronic resource] : one addressed to the Right Hon. the Marquis of Londonderry, M.P., the other to Sir James MacIntosh, M.P., on Columbia / by a merchant.; Merchant.
Great Britain Commerce Egypt : Narrative of facts, relating to the plunder of the English merchants by the Arabs [electronic resource] : and other subsequent outrages of the government of Cairo, in the course of the year, 1779 : premised by some references to the conduct of Carlo Rosetti, which have been made necessary by his being discovered to be a principal in advising and effecting the operation from the beginning to the end.; Baldwin, George,
Great Britain Commerce France 17th Century Sources : A treaty marine between the most serene and mighty prince, Charles II, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, Defender of the faith, &c., and the most serene and mighty prince, Lewis XIV, the most Christian king : concluded at St. Germains in Laye, the twenty fourth day of February 1676/7.; England and Wales.