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OBSERVATIONS ON THE IMPORTANCE
ON THE LATE TREATIES WITH THE UNITED STATES: 1With Remarks on Mr. Baring's Examination;
A DEFENCE OF THE SHIPPING INTEREST
* FROM THE CHARGE OF HAVING ATTEMPTED
AND OF FACTIOUS CONDUCT IN THEIR OPPOSITION
"Disturb net one another with domestick disputes; but remember that we ire English, and our enemies are foreigners. Enemies; which, let what party soever prevail, it is equally the interest of our country to humble and restrain."
Dr. Johnson's Life or Admiral Bttxi.
SOLD BY J. BUTTERWORTH, FLEET-STREET i AND J, MRICHARDSON, CORNHILL.
THE RIGHT HON.
JOHN LORD SHEFFIELD,
isTc. &c. We.
THE FOLLOWING OBSERVATIONS
ON THE NECESSITY OF ADHERING
ENFORCING THE OTHER MARITIME REGULATIONS
&c. &c. fife.
BY HIS LORDSHIP'S
Austin Frian, Qyth April, 1808.
Trade with the United States regulated by orders of council ib.
differences between the two countries as to boundaries, &c. ib.
The town of St. Andrew built on the banks of the river
St. Croix . 4 i. . Hi
Discriminations in favour of the trade of the United State*
Want of regulation as to the other boundaries . . ib;
Vexatious conduct and exactions of American revenue
quoddy Bay by the Americans . xt
Injurious effect of it on the trade of the British provinces ib.
On the importance of the gypsum trade . . . xvi
An account of it . ; . * jib.