AN ACT FOR NATURALIZING SUCH FOREIGN PROTESTANTS AS HAVE SERVED, OR SHALL SERVE FOR THE TIME THEREIN MENTIONED, AS OFFICERS OR SOLDIERS IN HIS MAJESTY'S ROYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT, OR AS ENGINEERS IN AMERICA.

London. 1762. [2],819-822pp. Dbd. Folio. Light tanning and foxing. Very good. Item #WRCAM54456

An interesting and very scarce official Parliamentary printing of this act passed during the French and Indian War, which allows for the naturalization of foreign Protestants in the British Army in America who served for over two years. It expanded upon previous acts of Parliament which had promised naturalization for foreigners who settled the colonies and remained there for over seven years. ESTC and OCLC together locate seven copies. ESTC N56739.

Price: $500.00