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Author of Letters to a nobleman
Author of Letters to a nobleman on the conduct of the American War
Friend of your country
Letters to a nobleman, Author of
Letters to a nobleman on the conduct of the American war, Author of
American (see also from)
Board of American Loyalists
Dallas, Robert Sir, 1756-1824
Dunlap, William (d. 1779)
Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790)
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee on the American Papers
Howe, William Howe Viscount, 1729-1814
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Printed Ephemera Collection (Library of Congress)
Smith, William (1727-1803)
Wesley, John (1703-1791)
account of the conduct of the war in the middle colonies. Extracted from a late author., An
account of the rise and progress of the American war. Extracted from a late author., An
acts of Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, carefully compared with the originals. And an appendix, containing such acts and parts of acts, relating to property, as are expired, altered, or repealed. Together with the royal, proprietary, city, and borough charters; and the original concessions of the Honourable William Penn to the first settlers of the province., The
admiral lord howe: a biography
benjamin franklin and his enemies
Briefe an einen vornehmen Herrn ... über den in den Mittlern Colonien i*. -
Briefe an einen vornehmen Herrn und Pair von Groß-Britannien über den i*. -
candid examination of the mutual claims of Great Britain and the Co*. -, A
candid examination of the mutual claims of Great-Britain, and the colonies with a plan of accommodation on constitutional principles, A
claim of the American loyalists reviewed and maintained upon inco*. -, The
claim of the American loyalists reviewed and maintained upon incontrovertible principles of law and justice, The
Considerations upon the American enquiry
Cool thoughts on the consequences to Great Britain of American independence.
examination of Joseph Galloway ... before the House of Commons, i*. -, The
examination of Joseph Galloway, Esq., by a Committee of the House of Commons., The
examination of Joseph Galloway, esq.; late speaker of the House of assembly of Pennsylvania. Before the House of commons, in a committee on the American papers. With explanatory notes., The
Fabricius; or, Letters to the people of Great Britain; on the absurdity and mischiefs of defensive operations only in the American war; and on the causes of the failure in the southern operations.
franklin and galloway: a political partnership.
Historical and political reflections on the rise and progress of the Am*. -
Historical and political reflections on the rise and progress of the American rebellion in which the causes of that rebellion are pointed out and the policy and necessity of offering to the Americans a system of government founded in the principles of the British constitution, are clearly demonstrated
Interrogatoriën van Joseph Galloway onlangs Spreeker van de Vergadering van Pensylvaniën, voor het Lagerhuis, in eene Commissie op de Americaansche papieren. Met ... aanmerkingen. Uit het oorsprongelĳk vertaald naar de Londonsche druk ... 1779 ... Om te dienen tot opheldering, en wederlegging van verscheide voornaame gronden, van de Memorie door John Adams onlangs aan H.H. MM. gepresenteerd.
Joseph Galloway family papers
letter from Cicero to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount H--e: occasioned by his late speech in the H--e of c--ns., A
letter to the people of America lately printed at New York, now re-published by an American, A : with a post-script, by the editor, addressed to Sir W****** H***.
letter to the right honorable Lord Viscount, H[ow]e, on his naval c*. -, A
letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount H-e, 1779:, A
letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount H--e, on his naval conduct in the American war., A
Letters from Cicero to Catiline the Second with corrections and explanatory notes
Letters to a nobleman on the conduct of the American war.
Letters to a nobleman, on the conduct of the war in the Middle Colonies. -
loyalist mind: joseph galloway and the american revolution, the
Observations on the fifth article of the treaty with America and on the necessity of appointing a judicial enquiry into the merits and losses of the American loyalists. Printed by order of their agents. To which is added, an appendix, stating some important facts relative to the conduct of Congress, &c.
Philadelphia, December 8, 1777 : regulations, under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c. &c. &c.
Plain truth: or, A letter to the author of Dispassionate thoughts on the American war. In which the principles and arguments of that author are refuted, and the necessity of carrying on that war clearly demonstrated.
Political reflections on the late colonial governments. An American.
Political reflections on the royal, proprietary, and charter governments of the American colonies. By an American
Reflections on the rise and progress of the American rebellion. London : Printed by J. Paramore, 1780
Réflexions impartiales sur l'Amérique. Ouvrage traduit de la̓nglois.
Regulations, under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief
reply to an address To the author of a pamphlet, entitled, "A candid examination of the mutual claims of Great Britain and her colonies," &c., A
reply to the observations of Lieut. Gen. Sir William Howe, on a pam*. -, A
reply to the observations of Lieut. Gen. Sir William Howe, on a pamphlet, entitled Letters to a nobleman ..., A
speech of Joseph Galloway, Esq., one of the members for Philadelphia County, The : in answer to the speech of John Dickinson, Esq., delivered in the House of Assembly, of the province of Pennsylvania, May 24, 1764 on occasion of a petition drawn up by order, and then under the consideration of the House, praying His Majesty for a royal, in lieu of a proprietary government ...
The claim of the American loyalists reviewed and maintained upon incontrovertible principles of law and justice.
true and impartial state of the province of Pennsylvania, A