was, that the Japanese were now supplied with British woollens through the medium of the Chinese. Were these sent direct from England to Japan, the defalcation in exports to China must be made up in bullion, or by drafts on Bengal. The Japanese copper...
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C. W. King, G. Tradescant Lay 著 - 1839