Browsing by Author "Sherman, Roger, 1721-1793."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A caveat against injustice, or An enquiry into the evil consequences of a fluctuating medium of exchange, wherein is considered, whether the bills of credit on the neighboring governments, are a legal tender in payments of money, in the colony of Connecticut, for debts due by book, and otherwise, where the contract mentions only old-tenor money. / By Philoeunomos.Date of publication:
1752Author(s):Description:Attributed to Roger Sherman in the Dictionary of American biography. Signatures: [A]^8 ([A]8 verso blank).This item contains 3 files (90.83 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Remarks on a pamphlet, entituled "A dissertation on the political union and constitution of the thirteen United States of North-America." "By a citizen of Philadelphia." With some brief observations, whether all the western lands, not actually purchased or conquered by the crown of Great-Britain, antecedent to the late cession, made to the thirteen United States of North-America, ought not to be considered as ceded to the thirteen states jointly---and whether all the confiscated estates of those people, by some termed Loyalists, are to be considered as forfeited to the states in which they were resident, or to all the states included in the confederation. / By a Connecticut farmer.Date of publication:
1784Author(s):Description:Attributed to Roger Sherman by Evans, who supplies place of publication and printers' names.This item contains 3 files (261.68 KB).Publicly Available