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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Tucker, Josiah, 1712-1799.
True interest of Britain, set forth in regard to the colonies.
Philadelphia : Printed and Sold, by Robert Bell, in Third-Street, 1776
|Named Person:||Aristides.; James Chalmers|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Josiah Tucker; Robert Bell; Benjamin Franklin
|Notes:||Two states noted by Adams, "one with Tucker's name alone on the title page and one with three lines that identify him further."
"A few more words, on the freedom of the press, addressed by the printer, to the friends of liberty in America."--P. [67-68].
"A short answer to some criticisms. Which were exhibited under the signature of Aristides: containing, a reasonable vindication of the propriety of those defences of the liberty of the press, which were annexed to Plain truth, and to the Additions to Plain truth; published, in 1776. Extracted from an old pamphlet, published in the year 1756, entitled Plain truth: or, Serious considerations on the present state of the city of Philadelphia, and province of Pennsylvania. By a tradesman of Philadelphia."--P. [69-70].
Bookseller's advertisement, p. [71-72].
|Description:||1 online resource (66,  p.)|
|Series Title:||Eighteenth century collections online.|
|Other Titles:||True interest of Britain|
|Responsibility:||by Jos. Tucker, D.D. dean of Glocester. Author of the Essay on the advantages and disadvantages which respectively attend France and Great-Britain, with regard to trade. ; To which is added by the printer, a few more words, on the freedom of the press in America.|