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J.-P. Brissot de Warville

The commerce of America with Europe : particularly with France and Great-Britain, comparatively stated and explained : shewing the importance of the American Revolution to the interests of France, and pointing out the actual situation of the United States of North-America in regard to trade, manufactures, and population / by J.P. Brissot de Warville and Etienne Claviere ; translated from the last French edition, revised by Brissot, and called the second volume of his View of America ; with the life of Brissot, and an appendix by the translator.

New York: 1795.
The commerce of America with Europe : particularly with France and Great-Britain, comparatively stated and explained : shewing the importance of the American Revolution to the interests of France, and pointing out the actual situation of the United States of North-America in regard to trade, manufactures, and population / by J.P. Brissot de Warville and Etienne Claviere ; translated from the last French edition, revised by Brissot, and called the second volume of his View of America ; with the life of Brissot, and an appendix by the translator. Library Average
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Isaac B. Seixas11/21/179911/22/1799Brissott on Commerce
Asher Hart7/14/18008/8/1800Brissott on Com
Richard Loines9/3/18009/4/1800Brissot on Comm
Richard Loines9/3/18009/4/1800Brissot on Comm
John LylburnVolume 12/2/18023/6/18021/6Brissot on Commerce
Cornelius Cadle3/3/18043/17/1804Brissot on Com
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