The second part of Memoirs and considerations concerning the trade and revenues of the British colonies in America; tending to shew how the trade and interest of those colonies are interwoven with the interest of Great Britain, and that the Traffick, Wealth and Strength of the whole British Empire may thereby be greatly increased. By John Ashley, Esq; Late Deputy-Surveyor and Auditor-General of all his Majesty's Revenues arising in Barbados, and the Windward Caribbee Islands in America, and a Member of his Majesty's Council in the said Island of Barbados

Publication Date1743
Publisherprinted by H. Kent, for E. Comyns, at the South Entrance of the Royal Exchange


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