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Copies of two letters which appeared in the Morning Journal shewing the impolicy of emigration to the colonies and pointing out the vast benefits which the mother-country would derive from converting our unpeopled colonies into corn-colonies

E. G. (Edmond Gibson) Atherley
Hume Tracts
1830
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