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Atkinson, S[olomon]:

A SECOND LETTER TO THE RIGHT HON. W. HUSKISSON, ON THE EFFECTS OF FREE TRADE ON OUR SHIPPING, COLONIES AND COMMERCE. BY...ESQ. OF LINCOLN'S INN.

James Ridgway, London: 1827 Disbound. 51, [1 blank] pp. Small chip to blank inner margin of title page. Very Good. Atkinson continues his attack on England's new policy of Free Trade, saying it threatens England's maritime domination and "the root of all our wealth and power." He argues that "the British shipowner [can not] compete with foreigners, without that protection which the Legislature of this country has granted in all former times." Similarly, protection for other British industries and agriculture is necessary. Atkinson throws much data around in support of his argument. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 2285.


Book Id: 18533

Price: $275.00

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