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    [Samuel Seabury]. Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress, Held at Philadelphia Sept. 5, 1774: Wherein Their Errors are Exhibited, Their Reasonings Confuted, and the Fatal Tendency of Their Non-importation, No Ex-portation, and Non-consumption Measures, Are Laid Open to the Public Understandings; and the Only Means Pointed Out for Preserving and Securing Our Present Happy Constitution: in a Letter to the Farmers and Other Inhabitants of North America in General and to Those of the Province of New York in Particular. [New York, 1774].

    Octavo. 24 pages. Removed.

    Pages toned, last page loose. Some chipping at the edges of the pages. Good.

    Howes S253. Evans 13602. American Independence 136c.



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