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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Boyd, William Kenneth, 1879-1938.
Some eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina.
Raleigh, Edwards & Broughton Co., 1927
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William K Boyd
|Notes:||These tracts "have been reprinted serially in the North Carolina historical review (January 1925 to January 1927, inclusive)"--Preface.
Includes facsimiles of original title-pages of most of the tracts.
|Description:||viii, 508 pages including facsimiles folded table 24 cm.|
|Contents:||A True and faithful narrative of the proceedings of the House of burgesses (1970).--William Borden's Addresses to the people and the burgesses (1746).--John Rutherford on The importance of the colonies to Great Britain (1761).--Henry McCulloch's Representations relative to the colonies (1761).--Maurice Moore on the Justice and policy of taxing the colonies (1765).--The Searcy Petition (1759) and the Sims Address (1765).--Hermon Husband's Remarks on religion (1761).--Hermon Husband's Impartial relation (1770).--Hermon Husband's Fan for fanning (1771).--Reverend George Micklejohn's Sermon to Tryon and his troops (1768).--A table of North Carolina taxes (1770).--Informations concerning North Carolina.--The independent citizen (1787).--A petition to the President and Congress (1791).|
|Series Title:||Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission.|
|Responsibility:||with introductions and notes by William K. Boyd ...|