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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