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radical cause of the present distresses or the West-India planters pointed out
by printed by Luke Hansard & Sons, for T. Cadell and W. Davies in London
Written in English
|Statement||By William Spence.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||103|
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The radical cause of the present distresses of the West-India planters pointed out, and the inefficiency of the measures which have been hitherto proposed for relieving them: demonstrated, with remarks on the publicatons of Sir William Young, Bart., Charles Bosanquet, Esq., and Joseph Lowe, Esq., relative to the value of the West-India trade.
The radical cause of the present distresses of the West-India planters pointed out, and the inefficiency of the measures which have been hitherto proposed for relieving them: demonstrated, with remarks on the publications of Sir William Young, Bart., Charles Bosanquet, Esq., and Joseph Lowe, Esq., relative to the value of the West-India trade.
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The radical cause of the present distresses of the West-India planters pointed out; and the inefficiency of the measures which have been hitherto proposed for relieving them, demonstrated; with remarks on the publications of Sir William Young, bart., Charles Bosanquet, esq., and Joseph Lowe, esq.; relative to the value of the West-India : William Spence.
A vindication of a loan of £15, to the West India planters shewing that it may not only be lent with perfect safety, but with immense advantage both to the West Indians and to the people of England / by: Cropper, James, Published: ().
3. ‘Thoughts on the Value to Great Britain of Commerce in general, and of the Colonial Trade in particular’ (). This work insisted on the very great value of our West India trade. It was answered by William Spence in his ‘Radical Cause of the Present Distresses of the West India Planters pointed out’ ().
The radical cause of the present distresses of the West-India planters pointed out and the inefficiency of the measures which have been hitherto proposed for relieving them, demonstrated: with remarks on the publications of Sir William Young, Bart.
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