(Washington: 1811). 37 pages. Octavo, self wrappers; uncut and unopened. Item #2326
Commercial restrictions were an early weapon in American Foreign policy. During the first decade of the nineteenth century there were four bills restricting trade with European powers. Here, James Emott, Federalist congressman from New York, argues that the present laws were not rigid enough. Soon war was to supplant these commercial threats. Sabin 22540. American Imprints 22764.