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Leonard, Daniel, 1740-1829.
Origin of the American contest with Great-Britain, or, The present political state of the Massachusetts-bay, in general, and the town of Boston in particular.
New-York : Printed by J. Rivington, 1775
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|Notes:||Contains the text of 8 of 17 letters originally published by Leonard in the Massachusetts gazette between Dec. 12, 1774 and Apr. 3, 1775. Cf. Adams, Thomas R. American independence: the growth of an idea, entry 180a.
Second title page (p. , 2nd count) reads: The present political state of the province of Massachusetts Bay in general, and the town of Boston in particular, exhibiting the rise and progress of the disordered state of that country, in a series of letters, published weekly, at Boston, and now first collected. By a native of New-England. New-York: Printed for James Rivington, MDCCLXXV.
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|Other Titles:||Origin of the American contest with Great-Britain.
Present political state of the province of Massachusetts Bay.