American Independence the Interest and Glory of Great Britain

American Independence the Interest and Glory of Great Britain

Containing Arguments Which Prove, That Not Only in Taxation, but in Trade, Manufactures, and Government, the Colonies Are Entitled to An Entire Independency on the British Legislature; and That It Can Only Be B A Formal Declaration of These Rights, and Forming Thereupon A Friendly League With Them, That the True and Lasting Welfare of Both Countries Can Be Promoted. In A Series of Letters to the Legislature. [Nine Lines From Trenchard]

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Publisher: Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-Street, MDCCLXXVI. [1776]
Characteristics: xxiii, [2], 26-125, [3] p. ; 8⁰

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