colonies of Germans everywhere inter- fpersed through the interior of the country, and even German-built steamers navigating their rivers. ... should first enter into commercial relations with the interior of that country acwould reap a harvest far richer than any gold mines ever produced. ... Let it not, then, be said, that the question rests on the footing of whether our home population shall consume a little moreanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Mirror of Parliament|
|Author||:||John Henry Barrow|