Dublin : Printed for W. Watson ..., 1769.; 269 pages with full-text search [?]
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Knox, William, 1732-1810
Whately, Thomas, d. 1772
Grenville, George, 1712-1770
|Title||The controversy between Great Britain and her colonies reviewed : the several pleas of the colonies, In Support of their Right to all the Liberties and Privileges of British Subjects, and to Exemption from the Legislative Authority of Parliament, stated and considered ; and The Nature of their Connection with, and Dependence on, Great Britain, shewn, upon the evidence of historical facts and authentic records / By the author of the State of the Nation [i.e. William Knox]|
|Published||Dublin : Printed for W. Watson ..., 1769.|
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Causes
United States--Politics and government--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
États-Unis--Politique et gouvernement--ca 1600-1775
|Document source||Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service|
2 unnumbered pages, 207, lv pages, 2 unnumbered pages ; 22 cm.
"Written by William Knox, under secretary of state for American affairs ... It has also been ascribed to Mr. Whately, M.P., and John Mein ... Pages 66 to 86 are by George Grenville ..."--Sabin, Bibl. amer., v. 9, no. 38180 (Cf. National Union Catalog pre-1965 imprints)