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Report of a Committee of the Liverpool East India Association Appointed to Take into Consideration the Restrictions on the East India Trade, presented to the association at a general meeting, 9th May 1822, and ordered to be printed
Bib ID 1180239
Format BookBook
Author
Liverpool East India Association. Committee Appointed to Take into Consideration the Restrictions on the East India Trade
 
Description Liverpool : Printed for the association by J. Smith, 1822 
58, 40 p. ; 21 cm. 
Subjects Great Britain -- Commerce -- India -- History.  |  India -- Commerce -- Great Britain -- History.  |  Great Britain -- Commerce -- East Asia -- History.  |  East Asia -- Commerce -- Great Britain -- History.
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