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BR IT IS H E M P I R E.

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED,

AN INTRODUCTION,

EXHIBITING

A VIEW OF THE ANCIENT AND MODERN STATE OF EUROPE;
OF THE IMPORTANCE OF OUR COLONIES; AND OF THE COMMERCE, SHIPPING,

MANUFACTURES, FISHERIES, &c.

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THE MODERN POLITICO-COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE SEVERAL COUNTRIES OF EUROPE.

CAREFULLY REVISED, CORRECTED, AND CONTINUED TO THE PRESENT TIME.

IN FOUR VOLUMES.

V O L. II.

L O N D ON:
PRINTED AT THE Logographic Press, BY J. WALTER, PRINTING-HOUSE SQUARE, BLACKFRIARS,

AND SOLD BY
J. ROBSON AND W. CLARKE, T. PAYNE AND SONS, B. WHITE AND SON, L. DAVIS, B. LAW, R. BALDWIN,

T. BECKET, P. ELMSLY, W. OTRIDGE, J. JOHNSON, C. DILLY, W. RICHARDSON, W. FLEXNEY, W. GOLDSMITH,
J. BEW, T. EVANS, G. AND T. WILKIE, T. WHIELDON, W. LOWNDES, J. DEBRETT, T. HOOKHAM, SCATCHARD
AND WHITAKER: ALSO BY L. WHITE, DUBLIN; ELLIOT AND GORDON, EDINBURGH; AND DUNLOP AND
WILSON, GLASGOW.

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THE CHARACTER

OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY.
TH
HIS Century abounds with interesting revolutions and material alterations almost over

all Christendom. The accession of the vast dominions of Spain to the House of Austria by a marriage, was such a conjunction as seemed greatly to endanger the equilibrium of Europe for the greatest part of this century, and had a considerable influence on commerce.

Whilft Portugal pursued her commerce and rapid conquests in East India, so that the city of Lisbon soon became (what the now declining city of Venice had been for many centuries Vol. II.

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