or a series of letters, containing a faithful state of many important and striking facts, which laid the foundation of the present troubles in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay; ... By a person of honor upon the spot.
|Main Creator:||Leonard, Daniel, 1740-1829.|
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London : Boston printed: London reprinted for J. Mathews, 1776.
|Edition:||The fourth edition.|
Person of honor upon the spot = Daniel Leonard.
A series of 17 letters originally published in the 'Massachusetts Gazette and Post-boy'.
The first eight letters were first published in book form as 'The present political state of Massachusetts Bay' New York, 1775, and reissued in that year as 'The origin of the American contest with Great-Britain'.
With a half-title.
Formerly attributed to Jonathan Sewall.
Physical description: viii,118 p. ; 8vo
Citations/References: Adams, 75-76f
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