The political family [microform] ; or A discourse pointing out the reciprocal advantages, which flow from an uninterrupted union between Great Britain and her American colonies. By Isaac Hunt. Numb. 1.
By: Hunt, Isaac.Material type: TextPublisher: Philadelphia: Printed, By James Humphreys, Junior, 1775Description: 32 p. 22 cm.Subject(s): United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783 | Great Britain -- Colonies -- North America -- Financial questions
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