Emancipation in disguise,
or The true crisis of the colonies. To which are added, considerations upon measures proposed for their temporary relief and observations upon colonial monopoly. Shewing, the different effects of its enforcement and relaxation, exposing the advantages derived by America from Louisiana; and lastly, suggestions for a permanent plan to supply our colonies with provisions and our navy with certain naval stores independent of foreign supplies.
|Related Names:||Stephen, James 1758-1832.|
London, Printed for J. Ridgway [etc.] 1807.
West Indies, British > West Indies, British / Commerce.
West Indies, British > West Indies, British / Economic conditions.
A reply to James Stephen's War in disguise.
2 p. l., iv, 220 p.
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