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A caution and warning to Great-Britain, and her colonies
A caution to Great Britain and her colonies, in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved Negroes in the British dominions
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Aberdeen Foundry receipt for door frame bought by Alexander Irvine, Aberdeen
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account for loss in Adventurer, Amsterdam
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account for sale for goods, Amsterdam
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account for sale of calicoes by Anders Plomgren, Stockholm
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account for sale of tea by John Forbes, Rotterdam
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account for sale of tea with Pye and Cruikshank, Gothenburg
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account for tea and porcelain, Fortune, Antwerp
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of broad cloth from Holland, Canton
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of Calmar and Frederick voyage, N.P.
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of chinaware sale G. Clifford and Sons, Amsterdam
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of cloth sale, also other sales information, N.P.
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of embroideries for Scotland, Berlin
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of expenses upon Hugh Campbell's china ware, N.P.
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of goods and household furniture left by Charles Irvine, N.P.
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of Hugh Campbell's china ware, N.P.
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of interest Charles Irvine to Hugh Campbell, N.P.
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of merchandise sold for Charles Irvine by Hoschell and Konig, Stockholm
Accounts and Invoices, 1731-1759. Account of merchandise sold for Charles Irvine by Hoschell and Konig, Stockholm