London, Charles Gilpin, 1847
very good copy in the original blind-stamped cloth, slightly worn at the spine and corners
an important work on British maritime trade in the mid-19th century, comprising a ‘Sketch of the History of the Navigation Laws’, ‘The Law as it is’, ‘The Anatomy of Competition with Foreign Ships’. Ricardo was Liberal MP for Stoke-on-Trent and one of the prime movers in the campaign to repeal the Navigation Acts, accomplished in 1849.
Handbook of Treaties, etc. relating to Commerce and Navigation between Great Britain and Foreign Powers wholly or partly in force on July 1, 1907 [with supplement]
Bernhardt, Gaston De [compiled and edited by]
London, HMSO, 1908
A Dictionary, Theoretical, and Historical, of Commerce and Commercial Navigation – J R McCulloch
London, printed for Longman, Brown, Green…., 1845