The Dutch barrier our's :
or, The interest of England and Holland inseparable. With reflections on the insolent treatment the Emperor and States-general have met with from the author of The conduct, and his brethren. To which is added, an enquiry into the causes of the clamour against the Dutch, particularly with reference to the fishery.
|Related Names:||Oldmixon Mr. 1673-1742., supposed author.|
London : Printed for A. Baldwin,
Swift, Jonathan, /
Swift, Jonathan, / 1667-1745. /
Conduct of the allies.
Great Britain. > Great Britain. / Treaties, etc. > Great Britain. / Treaties, etc. / United Provinces of the Netherlands, > Great Britain. / Treaties, etc. / United Provinces of the Netherlands, / 1709 October 29.
Spanish Succession, War of, 1701-1714.
Signatures: [pi]¹ A-D⁴ E³.
Title within double line border.
Teerink and Morgan both attribute this to John Oldmixon.
In answer to Swift's The conduct of the Allies.
, 37,  p. (last p. blank) ;
20 cm. (8vo)
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