The true interest of America impartially stated

Inglis, Charles
August 2017
True Interest of America Impartially Stated;8/1/2017, p1
Presents a speech given by Charles Inglis in 1776 urging colonial reconciliation with Great Britain. Advantages of reconciliation; Disadvantages of independence; Prospects of receiving aid from a foreign power.


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