3 edition of Considerations on the dependencies of Great-Britain found in the catalog.
Considerations on the dependencies of Great-Britain
Langrishe, Hercules Sir
by London: printed for J. Almon. Dublin: re-printed for J. Williams in [Dublin]
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7326, no. 20.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Excerpt from Considerations on the Dependencies of Great Britain: With Observations on a Pamphlet, Intitled, the Present State of the Nation That of this debt 1. Are due to foreigners, the intereﬂ; of which is above : Hercules Langrishe. Considerations on the dependencies of Great Britain: with observations on a pamphlet, intitled, The Present state of the nation by Langrishe, Hercules, Sir, ; Knox, William, Pages: Considerations on the Dependencies of Great-Britain.
With Observations on a Pamphlet, Intitled The Present State of the Nation.1 London: Printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington House, in Piccadilly. MDCCLXIX. [Price Two Shillings] /Book Edition: 1st Edition. Considerations on the dependencies of Great Britain. With observations on a pamphlet, intitled, The present state of the nation by Langrishe, Hercules, Sir, Pages: Considerations on the dependencies of Great Britain with observations on a pamphlet, intitled, The present state of the nation.
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By Sir Hercules Langrishe and Read Chapter XVIII—Of the Government of Dependencies by a Free State of Considerations on Representative Government by John Stuart Mill. The text begins: Free states, like all others, may possess dependencies, acquired either by conquest or by colonization, and our own is the greatest instance of the kind in modern history.
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Get this from a library. Considerations on the dependencies of Great-Britain. [Hercules Langrishe, Sir]. Appears in books from Page 14 - They shall continue the zemindars and tenants in their places, regularly collect the revenues of the lands, and deliver them in monthly, for the payment of the expenses of the Company and the pay of the above mentioned forces, that they may be always ready cheerfully and vigorously to promote the affairs of the King.
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its .