The True Principles of Financial, Commercial and Political Institutions Explained in a Way to Render the Same Intelligible to all Capacities; and applied in such a manner as cannot fail to promote the prosperity and happiness, and adapted to the use of all nations, without deranging the existing institutions of any nation : abridged and translated into English, from the original hieroglyphics of the history of a nation hitherto unknown: on account of the facility of assimilating their various institutions to the existing circumstances of the British Empire: and drawn up also with a view to promote universal peace and good will among mankind. By an Officer of His Majesty’s Royal Navy., 1823

 Item — Volume: 118


  • 1823

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