A sequel to Common sense or, the American controversy considered in two points of view hitherto unnoticed. First. - That Parliaments cannot be supreme in all cases whatsoever, without being infallible also. Second. - That Colonies, when they find themselves competent, that is, come of age, may, in consequence of an unanimity, nay, a majority of voices, throw off all subjection to the originating parent state, a power derived from God, and authorized by the necessity of things. By Theophilus Philadelphus

Main Author: Philadelphus, Theophilus
Format: eBook
Published: Dublin printed by Alex. Stuart, in St. Audeon's-Arch 1777, MDCCLXXVII. [1777]
Edition:The second edition, corrected and enlarged
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Adams, 76-135b. - English Short Title Catalog, T47465. - Reproduction of original from British Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (78p) 8°