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2149 Candid Examination of the Mutual Claims of Great Britain and the

Colonies, with a Plan of accommodation. 8vo. 2s New York, 1775

2150 The Dying Negro: a Poem. 4to. 2* 1775

2151 Conciliatory Address to the People of Great Britain and of the

Colonies, on the present Crisis. 8vo. Is6d 1775

2152 Concise Historical Account of all the British Colonies in North

America, their Rise, Progress and Modern State, particularly of the
Massachusetts Bay (the seat of the present Civil War). 8vo. Is6d 1775

2153 Dalrymple's (Alex.) Collection of Voyages, chiefly in the Southern

Atlantic Ocean. 4to, map and charts. 5s 1775

2154 Declaration by the Representatives of the General Congress at Phi

ladelphia, setting forth the causes and necessity of taking up Arms. 8vo. Is * 1775

2155 Duche's Duty of Standing fast in our Liberties, a Sermon before the

first Battalion of the City of Philadelphia. 8vo. Is 1775

2156 Engllishman's (The) Answer to the Address from the Delegates to

the People of Great Britain, in a Letter to the several Colonies. 8vo. 2s New York, 1775

2157 Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress at

Philadelphia, Sept. 5, 1774, wherein their Errors are exhibited and their Reasonings Confuted. 8vo. 2s 1775

2158 Full Vindication of the Measures of the Congress from the Calum

nies of their Enemies, in Answer to a Letter by A. W. Parmer. 8vo. 2s New York, 1775

2159 Grenville (Rt.Hon. Geo.) The Regulations lately made concerning the

Colonies and the Taxes imposed upon them, considered. 8vo. 2s 1775

2160 Gordon's (W., Pastor in Roxbury) Discourse, Dec. 15, 1774, being

the Day recommended by the Provincial Congress, and afterwards at the Boston Lecture. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2161 Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress at Philadelphia, Sept. 5,

1774. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2162 Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress held at Philadelphia,

May 10th, 1775. 8vo. Is 1775

2163 Lord Mansfield's Speech in the Cause of Campbell against Hill, re

specting the Duty of 4£ per Cent, on all Exports from the Island of . Grenada. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2164 Letter to Edmund Burke, controverting the Principles of American

Government, as laid down in his Speech, 19 Apr. 1774. 8vo. 2s 1775

2165 Letter to Edmund Burke, M.P. for Bristol, and Agent for the Colony

of New York, in answer to his printed Speech, said to be spoken in the House of Commons, March 22,1775. By Dean Tucker. 8vo. Is 6^1775

2166 Letter to Lord Camden, on the Bill for restraining the Trade and

Fishery of the Four Provinces of New England. 8vo. 2s 1775

2167 Origin of the American Contest with Great Britain, on the present

political state of the Massachusetts Bay in general, and the Town of Boston in particular. 8vo, 2s 6d New York, 1775

2168 Present Crisis with respect to America considered. 8vo. 2s 1775

2169 Plain State of the Argument between Great Britain and her Colonies.

8vo. Is 6d 1775 2170 Plan offered by the Earl of Chatham to the House of Lords for settling

the Troubles of America, which was rejected and not suffered to lie upon the Table. 4to. 2s 1775

2171 Resistance no Rebellion, in which the right of a British Parliament

to Tax the American Colonies is fully considered, and the infamous fallacies in John Wesley's Address to the American Colonies exposed and censured. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2172 Remarks on the New Essay of the Pennsylvanian Farmer, and on the

resolves and instructions prefixed to that Essay. By the Anthor of the Right of the British Legislature Vindicated. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2173 Select Dissertations on Colonies and Plantations. By Sir J. Child,

Dr. Davenant, and Mr. W. Wood, wherein the nature of Plantations and their consequences to Great Britain are seriously considered, and a plan proposed which may settle the unhappy differences between Great Britain and America. By Sir Charles Whit worth. 8vo. 2s 6d 1775

2174 Second Appeal to the Justice and Interests of the People on the

Measures respecting America. By the Author of the First. 8vo. 2s 1775

2175 Slavery. Meynadier (Jacobo) Tentamen Philosophico Juridicum de

Servitate Obnoxia. 4to. Is 6d Traj ad JRhenum, 1775

2176 Smith (Dr. W.) Sermon in Christ Church, Philadelphia, on the present

situation of American Affairs. 8vo. Is 1775

2177 Speech intended to have been delivered in the House of Commons in

support of the Petition from the General Congress at Philadelphia. By the Author of an Appeal to the Justice and Interests of Great Britain. 8vo. 2s . 1775

2178 Speech (The) of a General Officer (Gen. Burgoyne) in the House of

Commons, 20th Feb. 1775. 4to. Is' N. D.

2179 Speech of the Earl of Chatham, 20th Jan. 1775. 4to. Is 6 d 1775

2180 Speech of Lord Lyttleton, for a Repeal of the Canada Bill. 4to.

2s 1775

2181 Speech of Edmund Burke on moving his Resolutions for Conciliation

with the Colonies, March 22d, 1775. 4to. Is 1775

2182 Substance of the Evidence on the Petition by the West India

Planters and Merchants, 16th March, 1775, as summed up by
Mr. Glover. 8vo. Is 6d n. d.

2183 The Address of the People of Great Britain to the Inhabitants of

America (said to be written by Sir J. Dalrymple, and printed at the pubtic expense for distribution in America). 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2184 Johnson's.(Dr. Samuel) Taxation no Tyranny, or an answer to the

Resolutions and Address of the American Congress. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2185 Taxation, Tyranny, addressed to Samuel Johnson,LL.D. 8vo. 2s 1775

2186 Jerninqham's Fall of Mexico, a Poem. 4to. Is 6d 1775

2187 The Plea of the Colonies on the Charges brought against them by

Lord M—d, and others. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2188 Tucker's (Dean) Four Tracts on Political and Commercial Subjects.

(Two of the Tracts relate to the American Colonies) 8vo. 2s

Gloucester, 1776 2189 Tract V. The Respective Pleas and Arguments of the Mother

Country and of the Colonies set forth. By Dean Tucker. 8vo. 2s - " 1775

2190 Tucker's (Dean) Letter to Edm. Burke, in Answer to his Speech,

22d March, 1775. 8vo. Is 6 d 1775

2191 Tucker's Dean) Address to the Landed Gentry, whether a connection

with, or a separation from, the American Colonies, be most for the National Advantage of these Kingdoms. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2192 Two Letters from the American Continental Congress at Philadelphia;

one addressed to the people of Great Britain, and the other to the inhabitants of the American Colonies. 8vo. Is Coventry, 1775

2193 View of the Controversy between Great Britain and her Colonies. By

A. W. Farmer. 8vo. Is 6 d 1775

2194 Wesley's (John) Calm Address to our American Colonies. 12mo.

Is 1775

2195 A Cool Reply to Mr. Wesley's "Calm Address." 12mo. Is 1775

2196 Constitutional Answer to the Rev. John Wesley's " Calm Address."

i2mo. Is '1775

2197 Letter to the Rev. John Wesley, occasioned by his Calm Address to

the American Colonies. 12mo. Is 1775

2198 Fletcher's Vindication of Mr. Wesley's "Calm Address to our

American Colonies." 12mo. Is 6d N. d.

2199 Full and Impartial Examination of the Rev. J. Wesley's Address to

the Americans, in which that gentleman's inconsistencies are remarked. 12mo. Is 1775

2200 Zubly's (Dr. J.) Law of Liberty, a Sermon on American Affairs,

preached at the opening of the Provincial Congress of Georgia. 8vo. 2s 1775

2201 Wesley (John) Sermon at St. Matthew's, Bethnal Green, for the

Benefit of the Widows and Orphans of the Soldiers who fell near
Boston, in New England. 8vo. Is 6d 1775

2202 What Think ye of the Congress now? or an Enquiry how far the

Americans are bound to abide by, and execute the, decisions of the late Continental Congress, with a Plan, by Samuel Galloway, for a proposed Union between Great Britain and the Colonies. 8vo. 2s U 1775

2203 Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Dispute between the people

of America and the Administration. By the Bishop of .

8vo. 3s '1775

2204 Adam's (Sam. the American Cicero) Oration, delivered at the State

House, Philadelphia, 1st Aug. 1776. 8vo. Is 6d 1776

2205 Seconde Lettre de M. de Pinto a l'occasion des troubles des Colonies.

8vo. 2s A la Haye, 1776

2206 American Resistance Indefensible, a Sermon on Friday, 13th Dec.

1776, appointed for a General Fast. By a Country Curate. 4to. Is 6 d '1776

2207 Answer to the Declaration of the American Congress. 8vo, pp. 132,

6d 1776

2 208 Americans against Liberty, or an Essay on the Nature and Principles of True Freedom, showing that the Design and Conduct of the Americans tend only to Tyranny and Slavery. 12mo. Is 6d 1776

2209 Appeal to the Justice and Interests of the People of Great Britain in

the present disputes with America, by an Old Member of Parliament. 8vo. Is 6d .' 1776

2210 Bostwick's (D.) Sermon at Philadelphia, before the Rev. Synod of

New York. 8vo. Is 1776

2211 Compendious Account of the British Colonies in North America,

with Map of the Theatre of War in North America, Folio, large single sheet. 2s 1776

2212 Considerations on the American War, addressed to the People of

England. 8yo. 2* 1776

2213 Critical Moment, on which the Salvation or Destruction of the British

Empire Depends, containing the Rise, Progress, Present State and
Consequences of our American Disputes. By Janus. 8vo. 2s 1776

2214 Cursory Remarks on Dr. Price's "Observations on Civil Liberty"

(relating to the Americans). 8vo. Is 6d Nicoll, 1776

2215 De Tumultibus Americanis deque eorum Concitatoribus Meditatio

Senilis. 8vo. 2s Oxon, 1776

2216 Dialogue on the Principles of the Constitution and Legal Liberty

compared with Despotism, applied to the American Question and probable Events of the War. 8vo 2s 1776

2217 Estwick's Letter to the Dean of Glocester relating to the War with

America. 8vo 2s 1776

2218 Elegaic Verses to a Young Lady on the Death of her Brother, who

was slain in the late Engagement at Boston. By M. Robinson. 4to Is 6rf '1766

2219 Extracts from the Journals of Congress relative to the capture and

condemnation of Prizes, and fitting out Privateers, &c. 8vo Is 6c?

Philadelphia, 1776

2220 Fletcher (J.) American Patriotism further eonfronted with Reason,

Scripture, and the Constitution. 12mo 2s Shrewsbury, 1776

2221 Friendly Dialogue on the Political Publications of Mr. W. Mason,

interspersed with general remarks on our American Affairs. By J. Towers. 12mo. Is 1776

2222 Full Defence of Wesley, in Answer to Evans in his observations on

Mr. Wesley's late Reply, by Thomas Olivers. 12mo Is 1776

2223 Further Examination of our Present American Measures, and of the

Reasons and Principles on which they are Founded. 8vo, pp. 256. 2s 1776

2224 Hypocrisy Unmasked; or, a Short Enquiry into the Religious Com

plaints of our American Colonies. 12mo Is 1776

2225 Journal of the Provincial Congress of South Carolina. 8vo 2s 1776

2226 Journal of the March of a Party of Provincials from Carlisle to

Boston, and from thence to Quebec, with Accounts of the Attack and Engagement at Quebec. 12mo, very scarce. 5s Glasgow 1776

2227 Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress held at Philadelphia,

May 10, 1775. 8vo, pp. 200. Is 6d 1776

2228 Letters on the American Troubles, translated from the French of

M. De Pinto. 8vo 2s 1776

2229 Letter to Dr. Price, wherein his "Observations on Civil Liberty"

are candidly examined. 8vo Is 6rf 1776

2230 Letter from an Officer retired to his Son in Parliament (respecting

the American War). 8vo 2s 1776

2231 Licentiousness Unmasked, (a Reply to Dr. Price on Civil Liberty).

(no title) 8vo Is 1776

2232 Mcfingal, A Modern Epic Poem, or the Town Meeting. 8vo.

2s Philadelphia 1776

2233 Massachusettensis; a Series of Letters, containing a faithful State

ment of many Important Facts which laid the Foundation of the Present Troubles in Massachusetts Bay. 8vo 2s 1776

2234 Observations on Dr. Price's Theory of Civil Liberty, preceded by a

Letter to a friend on the pretensions of the American Colonies, in respect of Right and Equity, by Henry Goodricke, 8vo 2s York 1776

2235 Oration in memory of General Montgomery, and of the Officers and

Soldiers who fell before Quebec; by W. Smith, D.D. 8vo. 2s 1776

2236 Plain State of the Argument between Great Britain and her Colonies.

8vo Is 6d 1776

2237 Plain Truth, addressed to the Inhabitants of America, in answer to

Paine's "Common Sense." 8vo Is 6d 1776

2238 Political Sophistry detected, or Brief Remarks on Fletcher's

"American Patriotism," by Caleb Evans 12mo Is 1776

2239 Political Thoughts of a Loyal Patriot against Divines as Wesley and

Evans writing about the American War. 12mo privately printed.
Is 1776

2240 Price's (Dr. Rich.) Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, the

principles of Government, and the justice and policy of the War with America. 8vo Is 1776

2241 Reflections on the Present State of the American War, by the Rev.

J. Hampson. -8vo 2s 1776

2242 Remarks on Dr. Price's Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty,

&c. 8vo Is 6 d 1776

2243 Response de M. J. de Pinto, aux Observations d'un Homme Impartial

au sujet des troubles qui agitent toute l'Amerique Septentrionale. 8vo 2s a la jffaye 1776

2244 Rights of Great Britain asserted against the Claims of America,

being an Answer to the Declaration of the General Congress. 8vo Is 6d 1776

2245 Roebuck (Dr. John) Inquiry whether the Guilt of the Present Civil

War in America ought to be imputed to Great Britain or America. 8vo 2s 1776

2246 Rowley's (Dr.) Medical Advice for the Use of the Army and Navy in

the present American Expedition. 8vo Is 1776

2247 Series of Answers to Certain Popular Objections against the separating

from the Rebellious Colonies and discarding them entirely, being the concluding Tract of the Dean of Gloucester (Tucker) on the subject of American Affairs. 8vo Is 6d 1776

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