In honour to the administration [electronic resource] : the importance of the African expedition considered : with copies of the memorials, as drawn up originally, and presented to the ministry, to induce them to take possession of the French forts and settlements in the river Senagal, as well as all other on the coast of Africa / the whole as planned and designed by Malachy Postlethwayt ; to which are added observations, illustrating the said memorials, for the peculiar benefit and advantage of all British African and West-India merchants and British planters, as well as the kingdom in general ; with reasons for Great-Britain's keeping possession of the French African settlements, if possible ; humbly addressed to the British ministry.

Postlethwayt, Malachy, 1707?-1767 [Browse]
London : Printed by C. Say, ... and sold by M. Cooper, ... 1758.
[2], xxiv, 99 p., 19.5 cm


  • Erratum at end (p. 99).
  • Digital reproduction of original privately owned by Sid Lapidus, Class of 1959. Scanned by the Princeton University Library Digital Studio during 2012-2013.
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Electronic reproduction. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Library, 2012. Forms part of: The Sid Lapidus '59 Collection on Liberty and the American Revolution.
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