Memoirs of the maritime affairs of Great Britain

Publication Date1732
Remainderespecially in relation to our concerns in the West-Indies. To which is prefix'd, the original letter of the author, to (and by the Command of) the Earl of Oxford, when High Treasurer of England, in relation to the South-Sea Company, and the Trade they were designed to carry on; in which the Consequences of an ill Management in that Respect are fully laid open, and the true Nature of such a Commerce explain'd. By the late John Pullen, Esq; Governor of Bermudas. To which is added, Capt. Pain's Short view of Spanish America: Containing a succinct Deduction of Navigation, from its Original to the Discovery of the New World; and an Account of the Extent, Quality, Riches, and Trade of his Catholick Majesty's Dominions there, in a Method wholly New, and from Authorities never yet known to the Publick
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