Browsing by Author "Fowle, Daniel, 1715-1787."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A total eclipse of liberty: Being a true and faithful account of the arraignment, and examination of Daniel Fowle before the Honourable House of Representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, Octob. 24th 1754. barely on suspicion of his being concern'd in printing and publishing a pamphlet, intitled, The monster of monsters. Also his imprisonment and sufferings in a stinking stone goal [sic], without the liberty of pen, ink or paper, and not allowed to see his nearest friends, nor to write a line to his wife; with many other incidents and aggravations; which shews it to be monstrous treatment. / Written by himself. ; [Three lines from Dryden]Date of publication:
1755Author(s):Description:Error in paging: p. 6 misnumbered 4.This item contains 3 files (190.71 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)An appendix to the late Total eclipse of liberty. Being some thoughts on the end and design of civil government; also the inherent power of the people asserted and maintained; that it is not given up to their representatives; this confirm'd and acknowledged by kings or emperors, and prov'd from Scripture and reason. ; [Seventeen lines of quotations]Date of publication:
1756Description:Preface signed: D.F. Printer's name supplied by Evans.This item contains 3 files (138.64 KB).Publicly Available