American independence the interest and glory of Great Britain [microform] ; containing arguments which prove, that not only in taxation, but in trade, manufactures, and government, the colonies are entitled to an entire independency on the British legislature; and that it can only be by a formal declaration of these rights, and forming thereupon a friendly league with them, that the true and lasting welfare of both countries can be promoted. : In a series of letters to the legislature. : [Nine lines from Trenchard].
- Attributed to John Cartwright by the Dictionary of national biography.
Epistle dedicatory to Sir George Savile, p. [v]-xviii.
Extract from the Monthly review, p. 121-125. Preceding the text is a request by the printer to the public for a copy of the second English edition of this pamphlet, to be used as a composing copy.
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- Adams, T.R. Amer. pamphlets, 105c
Evans, C. American bibliography, 14673
Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania, 3344
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