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Unknown. Observations from the law of nature and nations, and the civil law; shewing, That the British Nation have an undoubted Right, during the present War, to seize on all French Property in Neutral Bottoms, and particularly every Thing brought from the French Settlements in America, or carried to them; as likewise, To seize all such Goods carrying to France, that might enable them to carry on the War against Great Britain, or to refuse or delay doing Justice to the British Nation; and shewing, That the Treaty made between England and Holland in 1674, does not intitle the Dutch to any Right to trade to the French Settlements in America. Dedicated To These Ministers, who have protected and enlarged the Commerce of Great Britain, who have made its Fleets Masters of the Sea, and destroyed the Naval Power of France; who have secured to Great Britain the Possession of North America, on which its very Being, as a Maritime Power, depends.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 26105, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/26105. Accessed 2024-02-23.

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  title={Observations from the law of nature and nations, and the civil law; shewing, That the British Nation have an undoubted Right, during the present War, to seize on all French Property in Neutral Bottoms, and particularly every Thing brought from the French Settlements in America, or carried to them; as likewise, To seize all such Goods carrying to France, that might enable them to carry on the War against Great Britain, or to refuse or delay doing Justice to the British Nation; and shewing, That the Treaty made between England and Holland in 1674, does not intitle the Dutch to any Right to trade to the French Settlements in America. Dedicated To These Ministers, who have protected and enlarged the Commerce of Great Britain, who have made its Fleets Masters of the Sea, and destroyed the Naval Power of France; who have secured to Great Britain the Possession of North America, on which its very Being, as a Maritime Power, depends.},
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