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A friendly address to all reasonable Americans, on the subject of our political confusions: in which the necessary consequences of violently opposing the king's troops, and of a general non-importation are fairly stated, Attributed to Thomas Bradbury Chandler and Myles Cooper -- 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, non-exportation, and non-consumption measures, are laid open to the plainest 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 / by a farmer. Attributed to Samuel Seabury, sometimes also attributed to Isaac Wilkins. Pages 52-56: Includes "Postscript" with extracts from the Capitulation of Canada and the Treaty of Paris. Anonymous. Attributed to Thomas Bradbury Chandler by NUC pre-1956 imprints and in Chandler’s "Loyalist claim." Also attributed to Myles Cooper. For evidence of authorship, cf. Vance, C.H. "Myles Cooper" (Columbia university quarterly, Sept. 1930, vol. XXII, no. 3, p. 275-276). FAU Libraries' copy inscribed at bottom of title-page: "Dr. Chandler of New Jersey." Appears to have been trimmed; rebound in contemporary patterned leather binding with gold tooling on spine and covers; all gilt edges. The endpapers are marbled. FAU Libraries has 3 different physical versions see Weiner Speeches Box 2 Folder 16 and Box 3 Folder 14
Title: A Friendly Address.
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Name(s): Chandler, Thomas Bradbury 1726-1790
Cooper, Myles 1737-1785
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Speech
Date Created: 1774
Place of Publication: New York
Physical Form: online resource
Extent: 56 pages ; 20 cm
Language(s): English
Summary: A friendly address to all reasonable Americans, on the subject of our political confusions: in which the necessary consequences of violently opposing the king's troops, and of a general non-importation are fairly stated, Attributed to Thomas Bradbury Chandler and Myles Cooper -- 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, non-exportation, and non-consumption measures, are laid open to the plainest 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 / by a farmer. Attributed to Samuel Seabury, sometimes also attributed to Isaac Wilkins. Pages 52-56: Includes "Postscript" with extracts from the Capitulation of Canada and the Treaty of Paris. Anonymous. Attributed to Thomas Bradbury Chandler by NUC pre-1956 imprints and in Chandler’s "Loyalist claim." Also attributed to Myles Cooper. For evidence of authorship, cf. Vance, C.H. "Myles Cooper" (Columbia university quarterly, Sept. 1930, vol. XXII, no. 3, p. 275-276). FAU Libraries' copy inscribed at bottom of title-page: "Dr. Chandler of New Jersey." Appears to have been trimmed; rebound in contemporary patterned leather binding with gold tooling on spine and covers; all gilt edges. The endpapers are marbled. FAU Libraries has 3 different physical versions see Weiner Speeches Box 2 Folder 16 and Box 3 Folder 14
Identifier: fauwsb2f16 (IID)
Physical Location: Florida Atlantic University Libraries' Marvin and Sybil Weiner Spirit of America Collection, Pamphlets: Speeches B2F16
Collection: Florida Atlantic Digital Library Collections
Subject(s): Chandler, Thomas Bradbury 1726-1790 Friendly address to all reasonable Americans, on the subject of our political confusions
Cooper, Myles 1737-1785 Friendly address to all reasonable Americans, on the subject of our political confusions
Seabury, Samuel 1729-1796 Free thoughts, on the proceedings of the Continental Congress
Wilkins, Isaac 1742-1830 Free thoughts, on the proceedings of the Continental Congress
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Causes -- Sources -- Early works to 1800
American Revolution (1775-1783)
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fau/fd/fauwsb2f16
Use and Reproduction: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/
Host Institution: FAU

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