Colonial Pamphlets 1769-1770. Reflections, Moral and Political on Great Britain and Her Colonies; Thoughts on the Origin and Nature of Government. Occasioned by The late Disputes between Great Britain and her American Colonies

Colonial Pamphlets 1769-1770. Reflections, Moral and Political on Great Britain and Her Colonies; Thoughts on the Origin and Nature of Government. Occasioned by The late Disputes between Great Britain and her American Colonies

Jefferson, Thomas; Benjamin Franklin

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Publisher: The Library of Congress; The Easton Press
Edition: Facsimile edition
Binding: Leather bound
Book Id: 43205

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66; 64pp. Octavo [23 cm] Red leather, with raised bands, and gilt lettering and decorative stamping on the spine and covers. Marbled endpapers. Fine condition. Publisher's prospectus laid in.

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Part of the Treasures of the Library of Congress series. A facsimile of two anonymously authored pamphlets, owned by both Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. This Easton Press edition reproduces Franklin's personal copy, with his fiery and terse comments in the margins. Franklin's copy was then presented to Thomas Jefferson after his death, and these pamphlets became part of Jefferson's personal collection, that became the foundation for The Library of Congress.