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Anonymous : The Right and Practice of Impressment, as Concerning Great Britain and America, Considered
None, London, 1819
Disbound. 35-page booklet. "Great Britain, being engaged in war, claims a right to the services of all her natural-born subjects; and, when she finds them endeavouring to neutralise and shelter themselves under a foreign flag, she compels their services exactly on the same principle that she would do if the men were found in England, or in British ships. This right America seems (for her language is not very explicit) to deny on two grounds". Etc.. Book. Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Binding: Disbound
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