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A fan for Fanning, and a touch-stone to Tyron : containing an impartial account of the rise and progress of the so much talked of regulation in North-Carolina, by Regulus.

Author: Hermon Husbands; Rednap Howell; Shubael Stearns; Shubal Stearns; Daniel Kneeland
Publisher: Boston : Printed and sold [by Daniel Kneeland?] at the printing-office, opposite the seat of William Vassel Esq ; At the head of Queen-Street, 1771.
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hermon Husbands; Rednap Howell; Shubael Stearns; Shubal Stearns; Daniel Kneeland
OCLC Number: 642772019
Notes: A vindication of the Regulators and of their leader, Hermon Husbands, of Orange County, N.C.
Attributed to Hermon Husbands in the Dictionary of American biography. Also attributed to Shubael Stearns (cf. Evans) and to Rednap Howell (Shipton & Mooney and Appleton's cyclopaedia of Amer. biography.).
Published in ten weekly numbers. No more seems to have been published, though "To be continued ." is found at the end of no. 10.
Daniel Kneeland printed "at the head of Queen-Street" in 1771.
Reproduction of original from Library of Congress.
Description: 1 online resource (viii, [1], 10-80 p.)
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.

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