1st Edition

The American Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1783, Part II vol 5

By Steven Sarson, Jack P Greene Copyright 2011

    This second part of an eight-volume reset edition, traces the evolution of imperial and colonial ideologies during the British colonization of America. It covers the period from 1764 to the end of the American Revolutionary War in 1783.

    Introduction, 1764–83, References and Further Reading, [William Bollan], The Mutual Interest of Great Britain and the American Colonies Considered (1765), [Charles Jenkinson], ‘Notes on the Right to Tax the Colonies’ (1765), [William Knox], The Claim of the Colonies to an Exemption from Internal Taxes Imposed by the Authority of Parliament, Examined (1765), [William Knox], A Letter to a Member of Parliament, Wherein the Power of the British Legislature, and the Case of the Colonists, are Briefly and Impartially Considered (1765), [William Bollan], A Succinct View of the Origin of our Colonies, with their Civil State (1766), The Late Occurrences in North America, and Policy of Great Britain Considered (1766), The True Interest of Great Britain, with respect to her American Colonies (1766), Protest against the Bill to Repeal the American Stamp Act (1766), [Josiah Tucker], A Letter from a Merchant in London to his Nephew in North America, Relative to the Present Posture of Affairs in the Colonies (1766), Two Papers on the Subject of Taxing the British Colonies in America (1767), George Canning, A Letter to the Right Honourable Wills Earl of Hillsborough, On the Connection between Great Britain and her American Colonies (1768), Editorial Notes