Anderson's historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce, from the earliest accounts containing a history of the great commercial interests of the British Empire ... Carefully revised, corrected, and continued to the year 1789, by Mr. Coombe. Adam Anderson.
Anderson's historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce, from the earliest accounts containing a history of the great commercial interests of the British Empire ... Carefully revised, corrected, and continued to the year 1789, by Mr. Coombe.
Anderson's historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce, from the earliest accounts containing a history of the great commercial interests of the British Empire ... Carefully revised, corrected, and continued to the year 1789, by Mr. Coombe.
Anderson's historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce, from the earliest accounts containing a history of the great commercial interests of the British Empire ... Carefully revised, corrected, and continued to the year 1789, by Mr. Coombe.
Anderson's historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce, from the earliest accounts containing a history of the great commercial interests of the British Empire ... Carefully revised, corrected, and continued to the year 1789, by Mr. Coombe.

Anderson's historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce, from the earliest accounts containing a history of the great commercial interests of the British Empire ... Carefully revised, corrected, and continued to the year 1789, by Mr. Coombe.

Dublin: printed by P. Byrne, 1790. 6 volumes, 8vo, engraved frontispiece, 2 folding engraved maps and 5 folding tables; contemporary full mottled calf, red and black morocco labels on spines (2 lacking); spine ends chipped, extremities rubbed and worn, but in all, a good, serviceable set. Engraved bookplates of Alexander Crofts. First published in 2 volumes folio in 1762. Anderson (1693-1765) was a Scottish economist, and for 40 years was a clerk in South Sea House, the headquarters of the South Sea Company. Late in his life Anderson traveled to the American colonies, begetting a son, Adam E. Anderson, later noted for being an early settler and planner of the Ohio Territory. Item #48326

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