London: J. Walter, 1774. ,47pp. Modern paper boards, printed paper label. Modern bookplate on front pastedown. Light foxing. About very good. In a tan half morocco and cloth folder. Item #WRCAM44593
A British political pamphlet championing the supremacy of Parliament. Asserting the inextricable bond between Great Britain and her colonies, the author defends colonial taxation on the premise that "If, then, the Colonies and Mother Country are the same Tribe or Nation of People...both must be governed by the same Supreme Authority; both acknowledge one Executive Power in the King, and one Legislative Power in the British Parliament." HOWES L282. SABIN 40402. AMERICAN CONTROVERSY 74-49.