Considerations Upon the Present State of Affairs, At Home and Abroad. In A Letter to a Member of Parliament From a Friend in the Country

London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1739.

Wraps. Disbound, stitched, trimmed wraps. 65 pages, [2] [ages, [1] page blank. The author discusses the friction between Spain and Britain due to the seizure of British ships near Spanish Coasts in America calling Spanish trials a "Mockery of Justice. The freedom of Navigation was guaranteed with the treaty of Spain and "is of absolute Necessity in the Course of our Voyage to and from our Plantations in America." The last two pages titled "Postcript" provides the latest Spanish violations "since I wrote my letter."

Sabin 42889 "Denies the right of Spain to search American ships." Very good. Item #15833

Price: $150.00

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