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An Humble Address and Earnest Appeal to Those Respectable Personages in Great-Britain and Ireland, Who, by Their Great and Permanent Interest in Lande
Four letters on important national subjects, addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shelburne, His Majesty's First Lord Commissioner of the Treasury [microform] / by Josiah Tucker
A Treatise Concerning Civil Government
Four tracts on political and commercial subjects
Cui bono?, or, An inquiry : what benefits can arise either to the English or the Americans, the French, Spaniards, or Dutch, from the greatest victories, or successes, in the present war ; being a series of letters addressed to Monsieur Necker
The respective pleas and arguments of the mother country and of the colonies, distinctly set forth [microform] : and the impossibility of a compromise of differences or a mutual concession of rights, plainly demonstrated : with a prefatory epistle to
A Brief Essay on the Advantages and Disadvantages which Respectively Attend ...
A brief essay on the advantages and disadvantages which respectively attend France and Great Britain, with regard to trade. With some proposals for removing the principal disadvantages of Great Britain. In a new method
A series of answers to certain popular objections, against separating from the rebellious colonies, and discarding them entirely [microform] : being the conducting tract of the Dean of Glocester, on the subject of American affairs
Cui bono? or, An inquiry, what benefits can arise either to the English or the Americans, the French, Spaniards, or Dutch, from the greatest victories, or successes, in the present war
An humble address and earnest appeal to those respectable personages in Great-Britain and Ireland, who, by their great and permanent interest in landed property, their liberal education, elevated rank and enlarged views, are the ablest to judge, and