Browsing by Author "Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Observations concerning the increase of mankind."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)The interest of Great Britain considered with regard to her colonies and the acquisitions of Canada and Guadaloupe. : To which are added, Observations concerning the increase of mankind, peopling of countries, &c. / As the very ingenious, useful, and worthy author of this pamphlet (B------n F-------n, LL. D.) is well known and much esteemed by the principal gentlemen in England and America; and seeing that his other works have been received with universal applause; the present production needs no further recommendation to a generous, a free, an intelligent and publick-spirited people.Date of publication:
1760Author(s):Description:In response to "A letter addressed to great men" by John Douglas and "Remarks on the Letter addressed to great men" by William Burke. Frequently attributed to Richard Jackson; more recently to Benjamin Franklin and Jackson ...This item contains 3 files (364.55 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Observations on the late and present conduct of the French, with regard to their encroachments upon the British colonies in North America. Together with remarks on the importance of these colonies to Great-Britain. : To which is added, wrote by another hand; Observations concerning the increase of mankind, peopling of countries, &c.Date of publication:
1755Author(s):Description:Dedication to William Shirley signed: William Clarke. "Observations concerning the increase of mankind ..." (15 p. at end) is by Benjamin Franklin.This item contains 3 files (255.38 KB).Publicly Available