Reflections upon naturalization, corporations, and companies

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printed by M. Cooper , London
StatementBy a country gentleman.
ContributionsHanway, Jonas, 1712-1786.
The Physical Object
Pagination91, 13 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19239036M

Get this from a library. An answer to the appendix of a pamphlet, entitled Reflexions upon naturalization, corporations and companies, &c.: relating to the Levant trade and Turkey Company, as this subject is occasionally mentioned in Hanway's travels.

[Jonas Hanway; Country gentleman.]. Reflections upon naturalization, corporations, and companies: supported by the authorities of both ancient and modern writers.

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