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OBSERVATIONS ON THE IMPORTANCE
OF THE BRITISH NORTH AMERICAN COLONIES.
ON THE LATE TREATIES WITH THE UNITED STATES :
With REMARKS on Mr. BARING's EXAMINATION;
A DEFENCE OF THE SHIPPING INTEREST
TO IMPOSE ON PARLIAMENT,
AND OF FACTIOUS CONDUCT IN THEIR OPPOSITION
TO THE AMERICAN INTERCOURSE BILL.
By NATHANIEL ATCHESON, Esq. F.A.S.
" Disturb not one another with domestick disputes; but remember that we are English, and our enemies are foreigners. Enemies; which, let what party soever prevail, it is equally the interest of our country to humble and restrain."
DR. Jounson's LIFE OF ADMIRAL BLAKB.
SOLD BY J. BUTTERWORTH, FLEET-STREET; AND J. M.
THE RIGHT HON.
JOHN LORD SHEFFIELD,
&*c. &c. &c.
THE FOLLOWING OBSERVATIONS
ON THE IMPORTANCE AND RESOURCES
OF THE BRITISH NORTH AMERICAN COLONIES,
ON THE NECESSITY OF ADHERING
TO THE NAVIGATION AND COLONIAL SYSTEM
ENFORCING THE OTHER MARITIME REGULATIONS
&c. &c. &c.
ARE MOST RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED
BY HIS LORDSHIP'S
MOST OBEDIENT AND FAITHFUL SERVANT,
Austin Friars, 29th April, 1808.
Discriminations in favour of the trade of the United States
inconsistent with the treaties with other nations and in.
jurious to British interests
the treaty of 1794
Want of regulation as to the other boundaries
officers on Canadian traders
quoddy Bay by the Americans