A full and impartial account of the Company of Mississipi, otherwise call'd the French East-India-Company, projected and settled by Mr. Law. Wherein the Nature of that Establishment and the almost incredible Advantages thereby accruing to the French King, and a great Number of his Subjects, are clearly explain'd and made out. With an account of the establishment of the Bank of Paris, by the said Mr. Law. To which are added, A Description of the Country of Mississipi, and a Relation of the first Discovery of it: In Two Letters from a Gentleman to his Friend. In French and English

Publication Date1720
Publisherprinted for R. Francklin, at the Sun in Fleetstreet, W. Lewis in Covent-Garden, J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, J. Graves in St. James's-Street, and J. Stagg in Westminster-Hall


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