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1742, Remarks on several acts of Parliament relating to the colonies abroad….
Remarks on several acts of Parliament relating more especially to the colonies abroad, as also on diverse acts of assemblies there together with a
comparison of the practice of the courts of law in some of the plantations, with those of Westminster-Hall ... wherein is likewise contain'd, a
discourse concerning the 4 1/2 per cent duty paid in Barbados, and the Leeward Islands: by either Jonathan Blenman or Jonathan Blumeau, vii+125p., London,
Printed for T. Cooper, 1742. (A collection of articles written at different times discussing acts related to the British West Indies by a Barrister at
Law who wanted his name concealed. The author was identified Jonathan Blenman, Attorney General of Barbados from 1726 to 1741. There are handwritten
notes in the margins. Chapters cover various topics including trade, practices of the Courts of Law in Barbados, and the 4 1/2 per cent duty paid in
Barbados. The spine on the copy held by the Library of Congress identifies the author as J. Blumeau.)
Title:   Remarks on several Acts of Parliament relating more especially to the colonies abroad : as also on diverse acts of assemblies there : together with a comparison of the practice of the courts of law in some of the plantations, with those of Westminster-Hall and a modest apology for the former, so far as they materially differ from the latter : Wherein is likewise contain'd, a discourse concerning the 4 1/2 per cent. duty paid in Barbados, and the Leeward Islands.
OCLC Number:   187301269
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