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Dickinson, John, 1732-1808.
Writings of John Dickinson, Vol. 1. Political writings, 1764-1774.
Philadelphia, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1895
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Dickinson; Paul Leicester Ford
|Notes:||Half-title: "Publications of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Life and writings of John Dickinson. vol. II." vol. I being "The life and times of John Dickinson, 1732-1808 ... Prepared by Charles J. Stillé ... 1891." (Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. vol. XIII).
The "Writings" as planned were to appear in 3 volumes.
|Description:||xxii, 501 pages frontispiece (portrait), facsimile 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Speech on a petition for a change of government of the colony of Pennsylvania, May 24, 1764 --
A protest against a resolution of the Assembly of Pennsylvania for petitioning the king to change the colony of Pennsylvania from a proprietary to a royal government, May 28, 1764 --
A petition to the king from the inhabitants of Pennsylvania, July, 1764 --
A reply to the speech of Joseph Galloway, September 4, 1764 --
An answer to Joseph Galloway, September 29, 1764 --
A receipt to make a speech, October, 1764 --
A protest against the appointment of Benjamin Franklin as agent for the colony of Pennsylvania, October 26, 1764 --
Observations on Mr. Franklin's remarks on a late protest, November, 1764 --
Resolutions adopted by the Assembly of Pennsylvania relative to the Stamp Act, September 21, 1765 --
The Declaration of Rights adopted by the Stamp Act Congress, October 19, 1765 --
A petition to the king from the Stamp Act Congress, October 19, 1765 --
An address to the "friends and countrymen" on the Stamp Act, November, 1765. The late regulations respecting the British colonies considered, December 7, 1765 --
An address to the Committee of Correspondence in Barbados, 1766 --
Letters of a farmer in Pennsylvania, 1768 --
An address read at a meeting of merchants to consider non-importation, April 25, 1768 --
A song for American freedom, July, 1768 --
Letter to the Philadelphia merchants concerning non-importation, July, 1768 --
A petition from the Assembly of Pennsylvania to the king, March 9, 1771 --
Two letters on the Tea Tax, November, 1773 --
Letters to the inhabitants of the British Colonies, May, 1774.
|Series Title:||Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, v. 14.|
|Responsibility:||Edited at the request of The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, by Paul Leicester Ford.|