3 edition of The commerce of America with Europe, particularly with France and Great Britain found in the catalog.
The commerce of America with Europe, particularly with France and Great Britain
|Statement||by J.P. Brissot de Warville and Etienne Clavière ; translated from the last French edition, revised by Brissot, and called the second volume of his view of America ; with the life of Brissot and an appendix by the translator.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 32215|
|Contributions||Clavière, Étienne, 1735-1793.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 microfiches (219 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||219|
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Get this from a library. The commerce of America with Europe: particularly with France and Great-Britain, comparatively stated and explained: shewing the importance of the American Revolution to the particularly with France and Great Britain book of France, and pointing out the actual situation of the United States of North-America in regard to trade, manufactures, and population.
Vol. 2 has special title: The commerce of America with Europe; particularly with France and Great Britain with the life of Brissot, and an appendix, by the translator [Joel Barlow]. Description: 2 volumes: illustrations, folded plate ; 21 cm: Other Titles: Nouveau voyage dans les États-Unis.
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InGreat Britain had a population of about 61 million people, making it the world's third-most populous island after Adjacent bodies of water: Atlantic Ocean.
Taking his cue from Philadelphia-born novelist Charles Brockden Brown’s Annals of Europe and America, which contends that America is shaped most noticeably by the international struggle between Great Britain and France for control of the world trade market, Stephen Shapiro charts the advent, decline, and reinvigoration of the early American by: That Sweet Enemy brings both British wit (Robert Tombs is a British historian) and Gallic panache (Isabelle Tombs is a French historian) to bear on three centuries of the history of Britain and A brilliantly original account—narrated from both sides—of the love-hate relationship between Britain and France that began in the time of Louis XIV /5.
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The commercial revolution continued, with Europeans developing mercantilism and European imports of luxury goods. Theophilus Cazenove was born in Amsterdam on 13 Octoberas the son of Théophile Cazenove and Marie de Rapin-Thoyras, French/Swiss Huguenots.
 His father was a merchant and banker in Bordeaux, Saint Petersburg, Archangelsk, Stockholm and the West-Indies; in he lost four ships loaded with sugar and coffee, which were taken by a Born: 13 OctoberAmsterdam, Netherlands. French–American relations refers to the diplomatic, social, economic and cultural relations between France and the United States since France was the first ally of the new United States.
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Europe in China, written while he was still in office, was among the first comprehensive histories of Hong Kong, and remains a vital source for the early history of the city. The book is written from the perspective of a late 19th century imperial administrator, and reflects the contentious politics of the colony, particularly the controversies.
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