No Taxation Without Representation

No Taxation Without Representation: Three Letters of 1754 to Governor William Shirley, with a Preface of 1766 To the PRINTER of the LONDON CHRONICLE. SIR, In July 1754, when from the encroachments of the French in America on the lands of the crown, and the interruption they gave to the commerce of this country among …

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The Albany Plan of Union

Plan of a Proposed Union of the Several Colonies of Masachusets-bay, New Hampshire, Coneticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jerseys, Pensilvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, For their Mutual Defence and Security, and for Extending the British Settlements in North America. That humble Application be made for an Act of the Parliament of …

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Join or Die

  Friday last an Express arrived here from Major Washington, with Advice, that Mr. Ward, Ensign of Capt. Trent’s Company, was compelled to surrender his small Fort in the Forks of Monongahela to the French, on the 17th past; who fell down from Venango with a Fleet of 360 Battoes and Canoes, upwards of 1000 …

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