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Remarks on a pamphlet, entituled [sic] "A dissertation on the political union and constitution of the thirteen United States of North America." "By a citizen of Philadelphia." with some brief observations, whether all the western lands, not actually purchased or conquered by the crown of Great-Britain, antecedent to the late cession, made to the thirteen United States of North-America, ought not to be considered as ceded to the thirteen states jointly--And whether all the confiscated estates of those people, by some termed loyalists, are to be considered as forfeited to the states in which they were resident, or to all the states included in the Confederation / by A Connecticut farmer, 1784

 File — Volume: 4, Pamphlet: 2

Scope and Content

From the Collection:

Pamphlets collected and studied by Noah Webster. Among the topics are politics, religion, science, and medicine. The pamphlets are thought to have been useful to Webster as sources of American linguistic practice, as well as for his own edification. The pamphlets were bound by Case, Lockwood & Brainard printers of Hartford, and donated to the Hartford Library Association some time in the 19th century.


  • 1784

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From the Collection: 91 Volumes

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

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