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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 interests of France, and pointing out the actual situation of the United States of North America, in regard to trade, manufactures and population. 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

Brissot de Warville, J.P. and Etienne Claviere

Published by New York, T. and J. Swords, 1795
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Lacks both covers. Backstrip leather rubbed and split, with ends lacking, but has title label. Exposed front endpaper stained, with previous owner's inked notation, dated 1833. A few small holes in rear blank. Corners of first six leaves tattered, with sections missing, affecting top corner of text; corners bumped on several following pages. A rough, but essentially complete copy of an important book. . 228p. Frontispiece. Bookseller Inventory # 43792

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Title: The commerce of America with Europe; ...

Publisher: New York, T. and J. Swords

Publication Date: 1795

Binding: Softcover

Edition: First American edition.

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Founded in 1971 by Wayne Somers, a former college library bibliographer, Hammer Mountain Book Halls began as a catalogue business specializing in out-of-print scholarly books. We chose the name for euphony and because we occupied the second-highest point in the county, the top of a 1,200 foot hill. Since 1981, we've also operated "W. Somers, Bookseller," a retail book shop with a constantly changing general stock of books not listed on the Internet. It's open Monday-Friday, 11-5, and Saturday, 10-5; browsers are welcome. We've been members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of American since 1977. We're also the publisher and sole source of the invaluable "Bibliography Finder for American Authors," by Wayne Somers and Ilse Pinkus, which you can buy for a pittance through Advanced Book Exchange.

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