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Early thoughts on trade with Japan...
Item # 607663 THE AMERICAN MUSEUM, Philadelphia, April, 1791 One of the more successful American magazines of the 18th century, in fact one of a relatively few which survived more than a few years. Several pages are taken up with: "A Brief Examination of Lord Sheffield's Observation on the Commerce of the United States" with details on the manufacture of "Hats" in America, and also: "Books". Other articles include: "Advantages of Opening a Grade to Japan" "A Sketch on the Nature & Causes of Diseases" "Essay on Good Nature"; over 3 haves on a continuing article: "Essay on the Influence of Religion in Civil Society"; and several pages on a continuing story: "The Negro Equaled by Few Europeans". Also: "Causes of Hurricanes Explained" and more.
Complete in 56 pages, no Appendices are included, disbound, full title/contents page with a decorative embellishment, 5 by 8 1/4 inches, nice condition.
Category: The 1600's and 1700's