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The sentiments of a foreigner on the disputes of Great-Britain with America
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[Raynal, abbé]. In the Philadelphia printer James Humphreys had printed translated extracts from Raynal's work as the pamphlet The Sentiments of a Foreigner, on the Disputes of Great-Britain with America.
A Philosophical and Political History of the British Settlements and Trade in North America (Edinburgh, ) was a part of Justamond's translation. THE PENNSYLVANIA LEDGER, Philadelphia, Jan. 20, Nearly two-thirds of the front page are taken up with a terrific consideration of the troubles between England & the colonies titled: "Extracts from the Sentiments of a Foreigner on the Disputes of Great Britain & America".
The sentiments of a foreigner on the disputes of Great-Britain with America translated from the French () (Reprint) Raynal, Guillaume Thomas, Published by Pranava Books (). Abstract. This chapter considers the possibility that print formed a transatlantic community by means of connections between the Belfast and Philadelphia book trades in the eighteenth century.
1 The essay will explore the nature of these connections, examining the reasons for such interaction and assessing the impact of such bonds on the status of Belfast printing. 2 While Author: Michael O’Connor. There were 3 main disputes between the United States and Britain. They both wanted to keep their navies and fishing rights on the Great Lakes and luckily they compromised with the Rush-Bagot Agreement.
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