The lamp of experience: Whig history and the intellectual origins of the American Revolution
In a landmark work, a leading scholar of the eighteenth century uses diaries, personal correspondence, newspapers, and legislative records to examine the ways in which an understanding of the nature of history influenced the thinking of the Founding Fathers.
17 pages matching Blackstone's in this book
Results 1-3 of 17
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The New England
John Dickinson James Wilson Benjamin Franklin
4 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
Account of Denmark Adams's American Revolution ancient Antiquities Benjamin Blackstone's Bolingbroke Boston Boston-Gazette Britain British constitution Burgh Burnet's History Carroll Catherine Macaulay Cato's Letters Charles Charter claim colonial colonists Commentaries common law copies corruption Crown David Hume Dickinson Discourses Dulany edition eighteenth-century elections English Constitution English history English Liberties Englishmen Franklin Gazette George Gordon Gordon's Tacitus Henry historians Historical Essay History of England History of Scotland Hollis Hulme Hume Hume's History Ibid Independent Whig James Burgh Jefferson Papers John Adams John Dickinson King Library Catalogue Library Company London Macaulay Magna Charta Maryland Massachusetts Mayhew ment Molesworth's monarch mother country Norman Otis Parliament Patriotism Philadelphia Political Disquisitions principles privileges Quincy Rapin Rapin's History Revolutionary Richard Henry Lee Robertson's History Rollins Roman History Rome Rushworth's Stamp Act Stuarts Tacitus Temple's Thomas Jefferson tion tory tyranny Vertot Virginia virtue vols Washington whig history William and Mary Wilson Writings