Four Tracts on Political and Commercial Subjects
Four essays on trade, war, and the rebellion in the American colonies.
Four Tracts on Political and Commercial Subjects, 2nd edition (Glocester: R. Raikes, 1774).
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Table of Contents
- FOUR TRACTS, On POLITICAL and COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS.
- TRACT I.: The great Question resolved, Whether a rich Country can stand a Competition with a poor Country (of equal natural Advantages) in raising of Provisions, and Cheapness of Manufactures?—With suitable Inferences and Deductions.
- CASE I.
- CASE II.
- TRACT II.: The CASE of going to War; BEING The Fragment of a greater Work.
- CHAP. III.: Prevention of Wars.
- A Letter from a Merchant in London TO HIS NEPHEW in AMERICA.
- TRACT IV.: THE True Interest of Great-Britain SET FORTH In REGARD to the COLONIES; And the only Means of Living in Peace and Harmony with them.
- FIRST SCHEME.
- SCHEME II.
- THIRD SCHEME.
- FOURTH SCHEME.
- FIFTH SCHEME.
- The manifold Advantages attendant on such a Scheme.