Geographical, historical, political, philosophical and mechanical essays Number II. Containing, a letter representing, the impropriety of sending forces to Virginia: the importance of taking Fort Frontenac; and that the preservation of Oswego was owing to General Shirley' proceeding thither. And containing objections to those parts of Evans's general map and analysis, which relate to the French title to the country, on the north-west side of St. Laurence River, between Fort Frontenac and Montreal. &c. Published in the New-York Mercury, no. 178, Jan. 5. 1756. With a answer, to so much thereof as concerns the public; and the several articles set in a just light. By Lewis Evans

Main Author: Evans, Lewis
Corporate Author: New-York Mercury
Other Authors: Franklin, Benjamin (Printer), Hall, David (Printer)
Format: eBook
Published: Philadelphia Printed [by B. Franklin and D. Hall] for the author; and sold by him in Arch-Street: and at New-York by G. Noel, bookseller near Counts's Market 1756, MDCCLVI. [1756]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Ascribed to the press of Franklin and Hall by Miller. - Booksellers' advertisement, p. [43]. Includes an extensive list of cities where the present work is available, and the names of additional booksellers. - English Short Title Catalog, W24172. - Evans, 7652. - Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania, 1463. - Miller, C.W. Franklin, 633. - Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
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