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English defenders of American freedoms, 1774-1778: six pamphlets attacking British policy, compiled by Paul H. Smith, American Revolution Bicentennial Office.

; Library of Congress. American Revolution Bicentennial Office
Washington, Library of Congress, 1972.
ISBN 0844400092

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Other Authors Library of Congress. American Revolution Bicentennial Office.
Subjects United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Foreign public opinion.
Description 231 p. : facsims ; 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents A sermon preached before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. A speech intended to have been spoken by the Bishop of St. Asaph, on the bill for altering the charters of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay. By J. Shipley.--Considerations on the measures carrying on with respect to the British colonies in North America, by M. Robinson-Morris, Baron Rokeby.--An address to the people of England, Ireland, and Scotland on the present important crisis of affairs, by C. Macaulay.--American independence, the interest and glory of Great Britain, by J. Cartwright.--Thoughts on the letter of Edmund Burke, Esq., to the sheriffs of Bristol, on the affairs of America, by W. Bertie, Earl of Abindgon.
Geographic Area United States
England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00195431
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