TABLE OF CONTENTS
|I. The Taxation Question, 1764-70xi|
|II. The Western Problem, 1763-88xvii|
|III. The Crisis, 1772-6xxxii|
|IV. The State and Federal Constitutions, 1776-88xxxviii|
|From the Royal Proclamation on North America, 7 October
|From James Otis's Rights of the British Colonies, 17644|
|A Remonstrance from the Pennsylvania Frontier, 17649|
|The Virginia Resolves on the Stamp Act, 30 May 1765: |
|1. Patrick Henry's Speech, from different sources14|
|2. The Resolves17|
|Soame Jenyns's Objections to the Taxation of our American
Colonies by the Legislature of Great Britain, briefly
|From Daniel Dulany's Considerations on the Propriety of
imposing Taxes in the British Colonies . . . by Act of
|Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress, 19 October 176532|
|From Dickinson's Farmer's Letters, 1767-834|
|Indian Diplomacy. From the Proceedings of a Congress of
the Six Nations . . . before Sir William Johnson,
|From the Report of the Board of Trade and Plantations on
the Western Problem. 7 March 176862|
|The Acts of Trade and Navigation. Instructions by the
Commissioners of the Customs in America, February
|The Regulator Movement in North Carolina. Petition of
a Frontier County. 176983|
|Proceedings of the Town of Boston, October-November 177287|
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Book title: Sources and Documents Illustrating the American Revolution, 1764-1788, and the Formation of the Federal Constitution.
Contributors: S. E. Morison - Editor.
Publisher: Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1923.
Page number: vii.
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