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The Resource Large additions to Common sense; : addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. The American patriot's prayer. II. American independency defended, by Candidus. III. The propriety of independency, by Demophilus. [Two lines from Thomson] IV. A review of the American contest, with some strictures on the King's speech. Addressed to all parents in the thirteen united colonies, by a friend to posterity and mankind. V. Letter to Lord Dartmouth, by an English American. VI. Observations on Lord North's conciliatory plan, by Sincerus. : To which are added and given an appendix to Common sense; together with an address to the people called Quakers, on their testimony concerning kings and government, and the present commotions in America

Large additions to Common sense; : addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. The American patriot's prayer. II. American independency defended, by Candidus. III. The propriety of independency, by Demophilus. [Two lines from Thomson] IV. A review of the American contest, with some strictures on the King's speech. Addressed to all parents in the thirteen united colonies, by a friend to posterity and mankind. V. Letter to Lord Dartmouth, by an English American. VI. Observations on Lord North's conciliatory plan, by Sincerus. : To which are added and given an appendix to Common sense; together with an address to the people called Quakers, on their testimony concerning kings and government, and the present commotions in America

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Large additions to Common sense; : addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. The American patriot's prayer. II. American independency defended, by Candidus. III. The propriety of independency, by Demophilus. [Two lines from Thomson] IV. A review of the American contest, with some strictures on the King's speech. Addressed to all parents in the thirteen united colonies, by a friend to posterity and mankind. V. Letter to Lord Dartmouth, by an English American. VI. Observations on Lord North's conciliatory plan, by Sincerus. : To which are added and given an appendix to Common sense; together with an address to the people called Quakers, on their testimony concerning kings and government, and the present commotions in America
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Large additions to Common sense;
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addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. The American patriot's prayer. II. American independency defended, by Candidus. III. The propriety of independency, by Demophilus. [Two lines from Thomson] IV. A review of the American contest, with some strictures on the King's speech. Addressed to all parents in the thirteen united colonies, by a friend to posterity and mankind. V. Letter to Lord Dartmouth, by an English American. VI. Observations on Lord North's conciliatory plan, by Sincerus. : To which are added and given an appendix to Common sense; together with an address to the people called Quakers, on their testimony concerning kings and government, and the present commotions in America
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MWA
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  • 14964
  • 14966
  • 3439
  • 223a
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  • Evans
  • Evans
  • Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania
  • Adams, T.R. Amer. pamphlets
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Large additions to Common sense; : addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. The American patriot's prayer. II. American independency defended, by Candidus. III. The propriety of independency, by Demophilus. [Two lines from Thomson] IV. A review of the American contest, with some strictures on the King's speech. Addressed to all parents in the thirteen united colonies, by a friend to posterity and mankind. V. Letter to Lord Dartmouth, by an English American. VI. Observations on Lord North's conciliatory plan, by Sincerus. : To which are added and given an appendix to Common sense; together with an address to the people called Quakers, on their testimony concerning kings and government, and the present commotions in America
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  • Advertised in the Pennsylvania evening post for Feb. 17, 1776, to appear on the 19th
  • "Printed, and now selling at one shilling (being less that half price), to all the purchasers of the first and second editions; also annexed to the Large Edition, which is now selling by Robert Bell, in Third-Street, Philadelphia."--p. [3]
  • Three states noted. The first lists five numbered subjects on the title page, the American patriot's prayer not being mentioned. The second and third states list six numbered subjects. The first and second states read "... to which is added and given ..."; the third reads "... to which are added and given ..."
  • Signatures: chi-2chi2 3chi1 N-T4 U2
  • Bookseller's advertisement, p. [88]
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22 cm. (8 vo)
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[3], 82-147, [1] p.
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  • (OCoLC)ocn368899486
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Large additions to Common sense; : addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. The American patriot's prayer. II. American independency defended, by Candidus. III. The propriety of independency, by Demophilus. [Two lines from Thomson] IV. A review of the American contest, with some strictures on the King's speech. Addressed to all parents in the thirteen united colonies, by a friend to posterity and mankind. V. Letter to Lord Dartmouth, by an English American. VI. Observations on Lord North's conciliatory plan, by Sincerus. : To which are added and given an appendix to Common sense; together with an address to the people called Quakers, on their testimony concerning kings and government, and the present commotions in America
Publication
Note
  • Advertised in the Pennsylvania evening post for Feb. 17, 1776, to appear on the 19th
  • "Printed, and now selling at one shilling (being less that half price), to all the purchasers of the first and second editions; also annexed to the Large Edition, which is now selling by Robert Bell, in Third-Street, Philadelphia."--p. [3]
  • Three states noted. The first lists five numbered subjects on the title page, the American patriot's prayer not being mentioned. The second and third states list six numbered subjects. The first and second states read "... to which is added and given ..."; the third reads "... to which are added and given ..."
  • Signatures: chi-2chi2 3chi1 N-T4 U2
  • Bookseller's advertisement, p. [88]
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safety base undetermined
Carrier category
microfiche
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
22 cm. (8 vo)
Dimensions
4x6 in. or 11x15 cm.
Emulsion on film
diazo
Extent
[3], 82-147, [1] p.
Form of item
microfiche
Generation
service copy
Media category
microform
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Positive negative aspect
negative
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/reductionRatio
--
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normal reduction
Reproduction note
Microfiche.
Specific material designation
microfiche
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm99020611
  • (OCoLC)ocn368899486

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