An argument in defence of the exclusive right claimed by the colonies to tax themselves : with a review of the laws of England, relative to representation and taxation. To which is added, an account of the rise of the colonies, and the manner in which the rights of the subjects within the realm were communicated to those that went to America, with the exercise of those rights from their first settlement to the present time
Printed for the author, and sold by Brotherton and Sewell; T. Evans, and W. Davis,
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LCP Sa* .13