A true state of the present difference between the Royal African Company, and the separate traders [electronic resource] : Shewing the irregularities and impositions of the joint-stock managers; the uselesness of their forts; the expence they are at in the maintenance of the same; the charge of supporting them in a condition of defence; the vast sums they have receiv'd by the ten per cent. Duty in order thereunto, and what had been misapply'd to their own private uses; the advantages and reasonableness of an open trade to Aftica; and, lastly, the danger of an exclusive trade, not only to the traders of South and North Britain, but, to our American plantations. Written by a true lover of his country, and humbly submitted to the wise consideration of both Houses of Parliament.
- London : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1710.
40p.,plate ; 4⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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