Oriental commerce, containing a geographical description of the principal places in the East Indies, China and Japan, with their produce, manufactures and trade, including the coasting or country trade from port to port; also The rise and progress of the trade of the various European nations with the Eastern world, particularly that of the English East India Company from the discovery of the passage round the Cape of Good Hope to the present period … / Vol. II.

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