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Alten Mitgleide des Parlements
American
Appeal to the justice and interests of Great Britain, Author of an
Author of An appeal to the justice and interests of Great Britain
Author of an Appeal to the justice and interests of Great-Britain, An (pseudonym)
Author of the first
Junius Americanus
Lee, Arthur
Lee, Arthur ((diplomat))
Lee, Arthur (Doctor)
Lee (Doctor of Virginia)
Old member of Parliament
Old member of Parliament, An (pseudonym)
Dates: 
1740-1792
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Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
Dickinson, John (1732-1808)
Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790)
Glover, Richard (1712-1785)
Lee, Richard Henry (1794-1865)
Livingston, Walter (1740-1797)
Osgood, Samuel (1748-1813)
Pitt, William (1708-1778)
United States. Board of Treasury
United States. Continental Congress
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A second appeal to the justice and interests of the people, on the measures respecting America. Author of the first.
addres[s] from the United States in Congress assembled to the legislatures of the several states., An
American wanderer, through various parts of Europe, in a series of letters to a lady... by a Virginian..., The
An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain, in the present dispute with America. Lee, Doctor of Virginia.
An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain, in the present disputes with America. Old member of Parliament.
An essay in vindication of the continental colonies of America. American.
Answer to considerations on certain political transactions of the province of South Carolina
Appeal, &c.
appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain, 1776:, An
Appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain, in the present disputes with America, by an old member of Parliament. The fourth edition, corrected, An
Arthur Lee memoir
Berufung auf die Gerechtigkeit und den Vortheil der Grossbrittanischen Nation in den gegenwartigen Streitigkeiten mit Amerika. Alten Mitgleide des Parlements.
Board of Treasury, June 22, 1786 : Sir, we do ourselves the honour of submitting, through Your Excellency, to the consideration of Congress, the report of this board on the requisition of the present year. ...
Board of Treasury, to whom it was referred to revise the system adopted for the settlement of the accounts of the five great departments, and to report such alterations therein, or such other mode as in their opinion may be more conducive to a speedy and just settlement of said accounts, The : beg leave to report ...
Board of Treasury to whom was referred their letter of the 29th of June last, together with sundry letters from the comptroller of the state of Pennsylvania, to Thomas Smith Esq; commissioner of the loan-office in the said state, beg leave to report, The : that the act of the state of Pennsylvania of the 8th of March 1786, directs their treasurer to pay to the order of the United States ...
diplomatic correspondence of the American revolution being the letters... concerning the foreign relations of the United States during the whole revolution, together with the letters in reply from the Secret Committee of Congress and the Secretary of foreign affairs. Also, the entire correspondance of the French ministers, Gerard and Luzerne, with Congress [dated 1775-1784], The
essay in vindication of the continental colonies of America, from a censure of Mr Adam Smith, in his Theory of moral sentiments, An : with some reflections on slavery in general
Estimate of the annual expenditure of the civil departments of the United States, on the present establishment
Extract from an address, in the Virginia gazette, of March 19, 1767.
Extracts from a letter written to the president of Congress
Farmer's and Monitor's letters, to the inhabitants of the British colonies, The
Letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania, to the inhabitants of the British colonies
Life of Arthur Lee, LL.D., joint commissioner of the United States to the court of France, and sole commissioner to the courts of Spain and Prussia, during the Revolutionary War; with his political and literary correspondence and his papers on diplomatic and political subjects, and the affairs of the United States during the same period. Boston, Wells and Lilly, 1829.
Observations on certain commercial transactions in France, laid before Congress.
Observations on the review of the controversy between Great-Britain and her colonies
Olive branch, petition of the American Congress to George III, 1775, The
ordinance for the establishment of the mint of the United States of America, and for regulating the value and alloy of coin., An
Papers in relation to the case of Silas Deane.
political detection, The
Second appeal to the justice and interests of the people, on the measures respecting America. By the author of the first..., A
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, A
summary view of the rights of British America, A
The political detection, or, The treachery and tyranny of administration, both at home and abroad. Junius Americanus.
true state of the proceedings in the Parliament of Great Britain, and in the province of Massachusetts Bay Relative to the giving and granting the money of the people of that province, and of all America, in the House of Commons, in which they are not represented., A
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