History of the United States,: from their first settlement as English colonies, in 1607, to the year 1808; or, the thirty-third of their sovereignty and independence, Volume 1
Published by M. Carey and Son, no. 126, Chesnut Street: for the sole benefit of the heirs of the author., 1818 - Slavery
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
acts of parliament afterwards American American revolution Andross appointed assembly authority bill Boston Boston port act Britain British British parliament called Canada Carolina charter church civil claims colo colonists command commerce common congress Connecticut constitution council court crown David Ramsay declared Delaware duke of York Dutch duties East Jersey emigrants enemy England established extensive favour freemen French friends garrison governor granted Hampshire honour hundred Indians inhabitants Island James Town Jersey killed king labour land laws letter liberty Lord majesty Massachusetts measures ment minister mother country nation natives North officers opinion parent parliament parties peace Penn Pennsylvania persons petition possession privileges proceedings proprietors province Quakers Ramsay religion repeal respect revenue revolution Rhode Island river royal sent setdement settled settlement settlers soon South Carolina spirit stamp act taxation taxes thousand tion took town trade Virginia whole William Yamassees York