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1770-0?-04, Stucture of the Legislature in America and England
February 4, 1770 broadside addressed to the freeholders and freeman of the City and Province of New York. The document discussed the structure of
the legislature in America and Great Britain; the author then was critical of governor (probably Cadwaller Colden, who favored the Quartering Act).
(Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the New York Historical Society Library).
Title:   To the freeholders, and freemen of the city and province of New-York : Gentlemen, The method of taking the suffrages of the people, for places of trust, by ballot, is so manifestly conducive to the preservation of liberty, that its opposer must necessarily be eyed with jealousy ...
OCLC Number:   62821202
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