A LETTER ADDRESSED TO TWO GREAT MEN, ON THE PROSPECT OF PEACE; AND ON THE TERMS NECESSARY TO BE INSISTED UPON IN THE NEGOCIATION.

London: A. Millar, 1760. [4],56pp. Dbd. Very good. Lacks half title. Item #WRCAM35262

Second printing of the first edition. The ascription of authorship to John Douglas is suggested by Halkett & Laing; William Pulteney has also been a candidate. An appeal to William Pitt and the Duke of Newcastle that the process of making peace with France must include France's relinquishing all of Canada, Guadeloupe, and Senegal. This work is important for having elicited Franklin's noteworthy THE INTEREST OF GREAT BRITAIN CONSIDERED WITH REGARD TO HER COLONIES. This second printing includes an erratum on the final page, below "FINIS." HOWES L276. SABIN 20684 (second ed.). TPL 314 (first issue).

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