The farmer refuted: or, A more impartial and comprehensive view of the dispute between Great-Britain and the colonies intended as a further vindication of the Congress: in answer to a letter from A.W. Farmer, intitled A view of the controversy between Great-Britain and her colonies: including a mode of determining the present disputes finally and effectually, &c. [One line in Latin from Coke, with English translation]

Main Author: Hamilton, Alexander
Other Authors: Rivington, James (Printer)
Format: eBook
Published: New York Printed by James Rivington 1775, 1775
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Adams, T.R., American independence, 173. - CSmH reports two states of title page: one with the second line of title in italic caps; third line has words "impartial" and "comprehensive" beginning with caps; in imprint "James Rivington" is in caps and small caps; English quotation reads: "The title promises remedies, bu the box itself poisons." The second state has the second line of the title in full caps; the third line has the words "impartial" and "comprehensive" beginning with small letters; in imprint "James Rivington" is in full caps; English quotation reads: "The title promises remedies, but the box itsel contains poisons. - English Short Title Catalog, W12100. - Error in paging: p. 73-79 misnumbered 72-78. - Evans, 14096. - Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford). - Sabin, 29955. - Signed on p. 78 [i.e., 79]: A sincere friend to America. Attributed to Hamilton in: Ford, Paul Leicester. Bibliotheca Hamiltoniana, N.Y., 1886
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (iv,78[i.e., 79],[1]p) 8°