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2056 VINDICATION of the British Colonies, published by Mr. Otis, at Boston, in 1765. 8vo 28

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1770 2064 FORSTER (John R.) Flora Americae Septentrionalis, oř Catalogue of the Plants of North America. 8vo, scarce. 38

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1772 2075 COLLECTION of several Commissions and other public Instruments re

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1772 Sommersett's Case decided that every Negro was free when he landed in Englar.d. 2077 HENLEY (Professor) Sermon before the House of Burgesses at Williamsburg, in Virginia (which exposed its Author to obloquy). 4to. 18 6d

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1772 “There are many nations in America, those particularly that border on Georgia and Carolina, wherein if one disapproves of what another says, or perhaps dislikes his looks, he scorns to affront him before his face, neither does he betray the least dissatisfaction. But as soon as opportunity

serves, he steps from behind a tree and shoots him, and none calls him that does it to an account.'p.7. 2082 ATTEMPT to show that America must be known to the Ancients, with

Appendix, concerning the American Colonies. By an American
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Boston, New England, 1773 2083 AUTHENTIC Papers relative to the Expedition against the Charibbs, and

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1775 2137 Act of Parliament, offering Rewards of £20,000 for the North Passage,

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