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Mr. Cobbett"s remarks on our Indian empire and company of trading soverigns

(reprinted from the Register of 1804 to 1822)
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Cotton -- Marketing., India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-
Other titlesRemarks on our Indian empire and company of trading soverigns
StatementMr. John Fielden on ""Cotton Supply"" (quotations from his pamphlet of 1836.).
ContributionsFielden, John, 1784-1849.
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LC ClassificationsDS463 .C58 1857x
The Physical Object
Pagination23 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL23663113M

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