Plan of national improvement, pointing out the means to render Great Britain independent of supplies of corn from abroad, to extend the British fisheries, and augment the military and naval strength of the empire without expense of inconvenience to the public. To which are added remarks on the several attempts that have been made to invade the British Islands and an exposition of Bonaparte's grand project to conquer Great Britain and Ireland; with observations on the present invasion of Hanover.
Brunswick, Sold by J. Budd, 1803.
> Economic conditions.
Fisheries > Great Britain.
xxvi, 154 p.
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