Observations on the means of exciting a spirit of National Industry; chiefly intended to promote the Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures, and Fisheries, of Scotland.: In a series of letters to a friend.
by ANDERSON, James
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- Observations on the means of exciting a spirit of National Industry; chiefly intended to promote the Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures, and Fisheries, of Scotland.
- ANDERSON, James
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- Edinburgh: printed for T. Cadell, London, and C. Elliot, Edinburgh,
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