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America, North. The Present State of. Lond., 1755.

An Account of the Spanish Settlements in America. In 4 parts.

Map, 8vo. Edin., 1762.

Two Papers on the subject of Taxing the British Colonies in,

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An Account of a late Conserence on the Occurrences in; in a

Letter to a Friend. 8vo., pp. 40. Lond., 1766.

The True Sentiments of; contained in a Collection of Letters

sent from the House of Representatives of Massachusetts to several
Persons of High Rank in this Kingdom. With Papers relative to
Libel on the Government, and a Dissertation on the Canon and
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An Appeal to the Justice and Interests of the People of Great

Britain in the present Disputes with. By an Old Member of Parliament. Second edition. 8vo., pp. 68. Lond., 1775.

A Second Appeal to the Justice and Interests of the People, on

the Measures respecting. By the Author of the First. 8vo., pp. 90. Lond., 1775.

A Profpect of the Consequences of the present conduct of Great

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Constitutions of the several Independent States, the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Consederation, and Treaties, etc. Published by order of Congress. Reprint, 8vo., pp. 168.

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Newfpaper Cuttings relating to America, 1668-1840. Collected by William Upeott, Esq., of London, purchased from his Collection by John Romeyn Brodhead, Esq., and by him presented to the New-York Historical Society. Arranged under the direction of the Librarian, 1846. [6 vols. large 4to.]

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Lyceum in Paris. Paris, 1840.

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Preacher (The); or, a Colleetion of Sermons from some of the

most Eminent Preachers now living in the U. S., of different denominations, in the Christian Church. 3 vols., 8vo.

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