America's Appeal to the Impartial World

America's Appeal to the Impartial World

Wherein the Rights of the Americans, as Men, British Subjects, and as Colonists; the Equity of the Demand, and of the Manner in Which It Is Made Upon Them by Great-Britain, Are Stated and Considered. And, the Opposition Made by the Colonies to Acts of Parliament, Their Resorting to Arms in Their Necessary Defence, Against the Military Armaments, Employed to Enforce Them, Vindicated. [Eight Lines of Scripture Texts]

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Publisher: Hartford : Printed by Ebenezer Watson, 1775
Characteristics: 72p. ; 8⁰


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