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The West-India Common-Place Book; Compiled from Parliamentary and Official Documents; Shewing the Interest of Great Britain in Its Sugar Colonies, . .

By Young, William, Sir

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Title: The West-India Common-Place Book; Compiled from Parliamentary and Official Documents; Shewing the Interest of Great Britain in Its Sugar Colonies, . .  
Author: Young, William, Sir
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Language: English
Subject: Sugar growing, Sugar, Sugar trade
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1807
Publisher: London; Printed for R. Phillips

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Sir, Y. W. (1807). The West-India Common-Place Book; Compiled from Parliamentary and Official Documents; Shewing the Interest of Great Britain in Its Sugar Colonies, . .. Retrieved from http://ebooklibrary.org/


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