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Author, original title and year of 1st edn
Cary, John
An essay on the state of England in relation to its trade, its poor, and its taxes, for carrying on the present war against France by John Cary, merchant in Bristoll
Base edn and year
1695

TRANSLATION INFO

original language
English
translation into
Italian
type of original text
Pamphlet/Essay
type of translated text
Book
timeline
18th Century

BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION FOR DOCUMENT

Surname and Name
of Author (in the original language)
Cary, John
Year of publication
1757
Title
Storia del commercio della Gran Brettagna scritta da John Cary mercatante di Bristol, tradotta in nostra volgar lingua da Pietro Genovesi giureconsulto napoletano. Con un Ragionamento sul commercio in universale, e alcune annotazioni riguardanti l'economia del nostro regno di Antonio Genovesi
Place
Naples
Country
Italy
Publisher
Benedetto Gessari
Number of vols/parts
3 vols.

TRANSLATION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Text type
Translation complete text
Translator’s name(s)
GENOVESI, Pietro
Editorial apparatus
Additional material (Notes on economy of the Kingdom of Naples by Antonio GENOVESI)

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