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A Short View of the Laws Now Subsisting with Respect to the Powers of the East India Company: To Borrow Money under their Seal, and to Incur Debts in the Course of their Trade, by the Purchase of Goods on Credit, and by Freighting Ships or other Mercantile Transactions

Title:A Short View of the Laws Now Subsisting with Respect to the Powers of the East India Company: To Borrow Money under their Seal, and to Incur Debts in the Course of their Trade, by the Purchase of Goods on Credit, and by Freighting Ships or other Mercantile Transactions
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Subject:East India Company -- Rules and practice
Subject:East India Company -- Appropriations and expenditures
Subject:Great Britain -- Commercial policy
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