American History Told by Contemporaries..., Том 2

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Albert Bushnell Hart
Macmillan, 1901

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Chief Justice Samuel Sewall
48
An Explanation by Rhode Island 1699
49
An Historical Sketch of New England 1720
52
The Condition of New Hampshire 1731
55
Affairs in Connecticut 17401758
58
Boston the Metropolis of North America 1750
61
Overweening Prejudice in Favor of New England 1775
63
Pennsylvania the Poor Mans Paradise 1698
65
Proposal to Unite the two Jerseys 1701
68
The Separation of Delaware 1703
72
Philadelphia a Noble Large and Populous City 1710
74
The Settlement of the Palatine Germans in New York 17091720
77
Concerning the Riots Insurrections in New Jersey 17441748
80
Politics in Pennsylvania 17401754
85
NewYork City 1760
87
Andross and Nicholsons Administrations 16901705
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Report of an Investigating Agent in Carolina 1699
94
A South Carolina Settlement 1742
99
Routine in Maryland 1754
100
The Parsons opinion of the Parsons Cause 1763
103
The Running of Mason and Dixons Line 17631767
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Secretary Colonel William Stephens
122
Secretary the Earl of Holdernesse
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Monsieur Charles de Secondat de Montesquieu
144
One Thousand Pounds for a Governorship 1740
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A Governors Perquisites 17431746
162
Recommendation for the Removal of a Governor 1762
165
The Ground of Dispute over Salaries 1764
166
A Reprimand to a Colonial Governor 1772
169
A Colonial Election 1764
171
Proceedings of a Colonial Legislature 1723
173
The Dissolution of an Assembly 1737
174
Minutes of a Colonial Council 1752
175
A Determined Veto Message 1742
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How to Avoid a Governors Veto 1764
182

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