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1907 JACQUIN (N. J.) Enumeratio Systematica Plantarum quas in Insulis

Caribacis Vicinaque Americes, continente detexit novas aut jam
Cognita emendavit. 8vo. 2s 6d

1760 1908 LETTER to an Hon. Brigadier General (Lord Geo. Townsend) Com

mander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces in Canada. 8vo, very rare. 58

1760 Written by Junius six years before the publication of his celebrated Letters, and unknown to

all the editors.-See Britton on the Author of Junius, 8vo, London, 1848. 1909 REFUTATION of a Letter to an Hon. Brigadier General, Commander of his Majesty's Forces in Canada. 8vo. 38 6d

1760 1910 A LETTER addressed to two Great Men, on the Prospect of Peace, and

on the Terms necessary to be insisted upon in the Negociation. 8vo, ls 6d

1760 1911 REMARKS on the Letter addressed to Two Great Men, in a Letter to the Author of that Piece. 8vo. 18 6d

(1760) 1912 THE INTEREST of Great Britain considered with regard to her Colonies

and the acquisitions of Canada and Guadaloupe. By Dr. Benj. Franklin. 8vo. 28

1760) 1913 Second Edition. 8vo. 1s 6d

1761 1914 Art of Speaking and holding one's Tongue in and out of Doors,

earnestly recommended, at this time, to the Serious Perusal of all Can

didates and Electors, (principally relating to America). 8vo. 18 6d 1761 1915 BUELL (Sam.) Sermon at East Hampton, at the Ordination of Mr.

Samson Occum, a Missionary among the Indians, with a Letter from
Mr. Bostick, giving some account of Mr. Occum's Education, Charac-
ter, &c.
8vo. 28

New York, 1761 1916 EARNEST Address to the People of Great Britain and Ireland on the

Dismission of W. Pitt, Esq., (chiefly relative to America). 8vo. ls 6d

1761 1917 GIBBONS (Thos.) Two Discourses on the Decease of Rev. Sam. Davies,

President of the College of Nassau Hall, New Jersey, to which is added some Memoirs of Mr. Davies, and extracts from his Letters. 8vo. 28

1761 1918 LETTER to a Great M- -r on the Prospect of a Peace, wherein the

Demolition of the Fortifications of Louisbourg is shown to be absurd, the importance of Canada fully refuted. By an Unprejudiced Observer. 8vo. 28

1761 1919 LETTERS from the Rev. Sam. Davies and others, showing the state of

Religion in Virginia, South Carolina, &c., particularly among the
Negroes. 12mo. 18 6d

1761 1920 Mémoire Historique sur la Négociation de la France et de l'Angleterre,

avec les Pièces Justificatives, (relating to the Cession of Canada and Louisiana). 4to. 28 6d

1761 1921 HISTORICAL Memorial of the Negotiation of France and England,

from 26th March, 1761, to 20th Sept. of the same year, with the Vouchers, translated from the French. 4to. 38

1761 1922 REMARKS upon the Historical Memorial, published by the Court of France; in Letter to the Earl Temple. 8vo. ls 6d

1761

1923 An EXAMINATION of the Commercial Principles of the late Negociation

between Great Britain and France in 1761, in which the system of that Negociation with regard to our Colonies and Commerce is considered. 8vo. 28

1762 1924 COMPARATIVE Importance of our acquisitions from France in America. 8vo. 28

1762 1925 GARDINER'S Account of the Expedition to the West Indies against

Martinico, with the reduction of Guadelupe and other Leeward Islands, 1759. 4to, plates, also a French translation of the same, together. 58

Birmingham, Baskerville, 1762 1926 LETTER to a Member of the House of Commons on the present im

portant crisis of National Affairs, (published after the taking of Havanna). 8vo. 18 6d

(1762) 1927 LETTER to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council, the

Merchants, Citizens, &c. of the City of London. From an old
Servant. 8vo. 18 6d

1762 Entirely relating to the Trade with America and the West Indies. 1928 A REPLY to Mr. Heathcote's “ Letter to the Lord Mayor, &c.” (the preceding article). 8vo. 18

1762 1929 LETTER to Mr. Pitt (on the Affairs of America). 8vo, (pp. 78, no title). ls

about, 1762 1929*OBSERVATIONS on the Papers relative to the Rupture with Spain. (By the celebrated John Wilkes). 8vo. 28

1762 1930 ONE more Letter to the People of England, by their Old Friend, (on American Affairs). 8vo. 1s 6d

1762 1931 PAPERS Relative to the Rupture with Spain, laid before both Houses of Parliament, 29th, Jan. 1762. 4to. 28

1762 1932 POLITICAL Analysis of the War and Coalition proposed between Two

Great Men whose Conduct is particularly considered, proving from our late acquisition of the Havanna that we are now in the most

happy situation either for peace or war. 8vo. 18 60 1762 1933 PRELIMINARY Articles of Peace, between his Britannick Majesty and the Kings of France and Spain. 4to. 18 6d

1762 1934 SHORT Account of that part of Africa inhabited by the Negroes, with

respect to the fertility of the Country and manner in which the Slave

Trade is carried on (with America). 8vo ls 6d Philadelphia, 1762 1935 THE PROPER Object of the Present War with France and Spain con

sidered, and independence of Great Britain vindicated from any connection with Foreign Politics. 8vo. 18 6d

1762 1936 THE SENTIMENTS of an Impartial Member of Parliament on a Peace. 8vo. ls

1762 1937 A SERMON at St. Paul's Cathedral on occasion of the brief for the

Establishment of the Colleges of Philadelphia and New York, with an Address to the Principal Inhabitants of the North American

Colonies. By John Brown, Vicar of Newcastle. 4to. 28 1763 1938 Account of the First Discovery and Natural History of Florida. By W. Roberts. 4to, maps, (wants one). 58

1763 1939 APPEAL to Knowledge, or Candid Discussion of the Preliminaries of

Peace, signed at Fontainebleau and laid before both Houses of Par·liament. 8vo. 28

1763 1940 DEFINITIVE Treaty of Peace and (Friendship between his Britannick

Majesty, the most Christian King, and the King of Spain, (The

ceding of Nova Scotia, Canada, &c.) 10th Feb,, 1763. 4to 28 1763 1941 Account of the Expedition to Carthagena, with Explanatory Notes and Observations. 8vo 28

Dublin, 1763 1942 IMPARTIAL Enquiry into the Rights of the French King to the Terri

tory West of the Great River Mississippi in North America. 8vo 28 6d

1763 1943 LETTER from a Member of Parliament in Town to his Friend in the

Country, upon the three great objects of present attention, Place,

Parties, and Resignations. (On American Affairs). 8vo 18 6d 1763 1944 REFLECTIONS on the Terms of Peace. 8vo 28

1763 1945 REVIEW of Mr. Pitt's Administration 8vo 28

1763 1946 REVIEW of Lord Bute's Administration, by the Author of Mr. Pitt's. 8vo 28

1763 1947 SOME Hints to People in Power on the present melancholy situation of Colonies in North America. 8vo 28 6d

1763 1948 TRUE State of the Case in an Address to all the Good People of

England, from a well-wisher to his Country. (Rcspecting the Nego

ciations with France and Spain about America). 8vo ls 1763 1949 ANCIENT Right of the English Nation to the American Fishery, and

its various diminutions examined and stated. 4to, wiih Map of the
Cod Fishery. 4to, map.
58

1764 1950 APTHORP (East) Sermon at Christ Church, Cambridge, on the Death of Mrs. Anne Wheelwright. 4to 28

Boston, N. E., 1764 1951 CONSIDERATIONS which may tend to promote the settlement of our

New West India Colonies, by Mr. Young. Svo 1s 6d 1764 1952 DICKINSON (John) Speech in the House of Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania. 8vo 28

1764 1953 Essay on the Trade of the Northern Colonies of Great Britain in North America. Svo 28

1764 1954 Essay on the more common West Indian Diseases, and the Remedies

which that Country itself produces. By a Physician in the West Indies. 8vo 28

1764 1955 IMPARTIAL Enquiry into the Right of the French King to the Territory

West of the Great River Mississippi not ceded by the preliminaries, with a summary account of that River and the Country adjacent. 8vo 3s 6d

(N.D.) 1763 or 4 1956 MEMORIAL of John Earl of Egmont. 8vo, no title, probably one never printed. 28

1764 The Earl wished to have a grant of the whole Island of St. John's, in the Gulph of St. Lawrence,

supposed to contain two millions of acres of land. 1957 MULLER's Voyages from Asia to America for completing the Discoveries

of the N. Ñ. Coast of America, with a summary of the Voyages

made by the Russians, Edited by Jeffreys. 4to, maps. 38 60 1764 1958 PROCEEDINGS of a General Court Martial on a charge preferred by

John Campbell, Esq., against Major Gen. Monckton. (Relating to transactions in the Island of Martinique). 8vo 28

1764

1959 REMARKS on an Anonymous Tract, entitled, “ An Answer to Dr

Mayhew's Observations on the Charter and Conduct of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, by Jon. Mayhew,

Pastor of the West Church, Boston.” 8vo 28 6d Boston, 1764 1960 SOME Observations which may contribute to afford a just idea of the

nature, importance, and settlement of our New West Indian Colonies. 8vo 18 6d

1764 1961 The Administration of the Colonies, by Gov. Pownall. 8vo 18 6d 1764 1962 ARGUMENT at a Court of Grand Sessions, and Oyer and Terminer in

one of his Majesty's Carribee Islands. By a Member of the Inner Temple. 4to, privately printed. 28

1765 1963 Case of the Canadians, by a dreadful Fire, at Montreal, 18th May, 1765. Svo 2s 6d

Montreal, 1765 1964 CONSIDERATIONS on behalf of the Colonists, in a letter to a Noble Lord. 8vo 28

1765 1965 CLAIM of the Colonies to Exemption from Internal Taxes imposed by Authority of Parliament, examined. 8vo 28

1765 1966 DUMMER (Jer.) Defence of the New England Charters. 8vo 1765 1967 GALLOWAY (Jos.) Speech in answer to the Speech of John Dickinson, Esq. 8vo 28 6d

1765 1968 LETTER to a Member of Parliament, wherein the Power of the British

Legislature and Case of the Colonists are briefly and impartially considered. 8vo 28

1765 1969 Otis (James) Rights of the British Colonies asserted and proved. 8vo, 28

1765 1970 POWNALL (Thos) Administration of the Colonies. 8vo 28 1765 1971 The Regulations lately made concerning the Colonies, and the Taxes

imposed upon them, considered. By Mr. Campbell. 8vo 28 1765 1972 ROGERS (Major Robert) Account of North America, including the Island of Newfoundland, Cape Breton, &c. 8vo 28

1765 1973 The Late Regulations respecting the British Colonies on the Continent

of America, considered, (by Mr. Dickinson, of Pennsylvania) 8vo, 28

1765 1974 The Objections to the Taxation of our American Colonies, by the Le

gislature of Great Britain, briefly considered. 8vo 18 6d 1765 1975 The Political Balance, in which the principles and conduct of the two Parties are weighed. 8vo 28

1765 pp. 38 to 47, relating to America, with the Autograph of Geo. Grenville on the Title. 1976 Thoughts on a Question of Importance proposed to the Public. Svo ls 6d

1765 "Whether the immense extent of Territory acquired, in America, by this Nation at the late peace

will operate towards the prosperity or ruin of Great Britain." 1977 TRIAL of John Peter Zenger, of New York, Printer, for a Libel against the Government. 8vo 28

1765 1978 WILLIAMS (Capt. Griffith) Account of the Island of Newfoundland,

with the nature of its Trade, and method of carrying on the Fishery. vo 28 6d

1765

1979 Account of a late Conference on the occurrences in America, in a Letter to a Friend. 8vo. 28

1766 1980 AN ENQUIRY into the Conduct of a late Right Honourable Commoner (W. Pitt). 8vo. 18 6d

1766 1981 ANSWER (The) at large to Mr. P—tt's Speech. 8vo. 1s 1766 1982 APPLICATION of some general political rules to the present state of

Great Britain, Ireland, and America, in a letter to Earl Temple. 8vo. 28

1766 1983 BRIEF Narrative of the Indian Charity School in Lebanon, in

Connecticut, New England, founded and carried on by that faithful

servant of God, the Rev. Mr. Eleazar Wheelock. 8vo. 28 1766 1984 CHAMPIGNY (Chev. de) Supplement au Ministere de M. Pitt avec

recapitulation exacte de toutes les Demarches de ce sage Politique depuis 1761 jusqu'an 1766. (Touching Pitt's conduct towards

America.) 8vo, portrait. 28 6d-ANOTHER, without the port. 28 1766 1985 CHARTERS of the Provinces of North America, and faithful Narrative

of Proceedings in relation to the Stamp Act. 4to. 2s 6d 1766 1986 CONSIDERATIONS on the points as to the Parliament's right of Taxing the Colonies. (By Pownall.) 8vo. 18 6d

1766 1987 CONSIDERATIONS on the American Stamp Act, and on the conduct of the Minister who planned it. 8vo. 28

1766 1988 CONSIDERATIONS on the Propriety of Imposing Taxes in the British

Colonies, for raising a Revenue by Act of Parliament. (By
Mr. Delancy, of Maryland.) 8vo. 28

1766 1987 CORRECT Copies of the two Protests against the Bill to Repeal the

American Stamp Act of last Session, with Lists of the Speakers and
Voters. 8vo. ls 6d

Paris (London), 1766 1990 EXAMINATION of the Rights of the Colonies, upon Principles of Law. By a Gentleman at the Bar. 8vo. 28

1766 1991 GENERAL Opposition of the Colonies to payment of the Stamp Duty,

and the consequence of enforcing obedience by Military Measures, impartially considered. 8vo. 28

1766 1992 JUSTICE and Necessity of Taxing the American Colonies, demonstrated

with Vindication of the Authority of Parliament. 8vo. 18 6d 1766 1993 LEGISLATIVE Authority of the British Parliament, with respect to

North America. By J. M. of the Inner Temple. 8vo. 28 1766 1994 LE ROY (P. L.) Relation des Avantures arrivées a quatre Matelots Russes

jetté par une tempête près de l'Isle Deserte d'Ost-Spitzbergen sur

laquelle ils ont passé six ans et trois mois. 12mo. 28 60 1766 1995 LETTER to the North American, on occasion of his Address to the

Committee of Correspondence in Barbadoes. By a Native of the
Island. 8vo. 28

Barbadoes, 1766 1996 LETTER from a Merchant in London to his Nephew in North America,

relative to the present posture of Affairs in the Colonies. 8vo, 28

1766 1997 List of the Minority in the House of Commons who Voted against

the Bill to Repeal the American Stamp Act. 8vo. 18 6d Paris, 1766 1998 MAYHEW's (Jonathan) The Snare Broken, a Thanksgiving Discourse

in Boston, N. E., on Repeal of the Stamp Act. 28 Boston, 1766

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