The true interest of Great-Britain, in regard to the trade and government of Canada, [electronic resource] : Newfoundland, and the coast of Labrador. Shewing the absurdity of appointing military and naval officers to rule over a commercial people; and the great uneasiness and prejudice that is occasioned by such unnatural appointments; which are made more through interest than merit.
- London : printed for J. Williams, at No. 38, next the Mitre-Tavern, in Fleet-Street, 1767.
,x-69,p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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