The West-India Common-place Book: Compiled from Parliamentary and Official Documents; Shewing the Interest of Great Britain in Its Sugar Colonies, &c. &c. &c
R. Phillips, 1807 - 256 Seiten
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Seite 175 - Rush, and which, we find, is limited to ports specially to be appointed by the Crown, in the provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, we have seen in the public journals a bill for permitting a certain trade between the British West Indies and any colony or possession in the West Indies, or on the continent of America, under the dominion of any foreign European Sovereign or State. This measure appears intended to counteract the...