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Dutch policy, or, The only means of growing high and mighty both by sea and land, without any regard to the ballance of power in Europe : containing the particular methods by which that politic nation have from time to time encreased their fishing-trade, which they call their golden-mine, and the advantages they gained over the English thereby
Bib ID 1595001
Format BookBook
Description London : Printed for R. Montagu ..., 1744 
[1], 59, [3] pages ; 20 cm. (8vo) 
Notes

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Hanson 5769

C & C 418.

Subjects Fisheries -- Netherlands.  |  Netherlands -- Commercial policy.
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Only means of growing high and mighty, both by sea and land, without any regard to the ballance of power in Europe.

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