Halifax, N.S. : Printed by A.H. Holland for the author, 1819.; 160 pages, 158 with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Marshall, John G. (John George), 1786-1880.|
A patriotic call to prepare in a season of peace, for one of political danger, suggested by reflections on the policy and designs of the government of the United States, towards Great Britain and her American colonies : also, a brief view of some of the principal advantages possessed by the province of Nova-Scotia, with an inquiry into the causes which have hitherto retarded its prosperity, and observations upon the means which can most effectually be employed, for its advancement to a wealthy and flourishing condition
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 91961
|Published||Halifax, N.S. : Printed by A.H. Holland for the author, 1819.|
FC 02 0203 no. 91961
Agriculture -- Nova Scotia.
Agriculture -- Nouvelle-Écosse.
Nova Scotia -- History -- 1784-1867.
Nova Scotia -- Economic conditions -- To 1867.
Nouvelle-Écosse -- Histoire -- 1784-1867.
Nouvelle-Écosse -- Conditions économiques -- Jusqu'à 1867.
|Document source||Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by Dalhousie University, Killam Memorial Library, Halifax.|
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References: Fleming, P. Atlantic Canadian imprints, 1800-1820; Atkins; MTL 7032.
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