Jefferson’s Rights Of British America Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Printing

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[Thomas Jefferson] A Summary View Of The Rights Of British America. Set Forth In Some Resolutions Intended For The Inspection Of The Present Delegates Of The People Of Virginia. Now In Convention. By A Native, And Member Of The House Of Burgesses. Williamsburg; (Virginia). Printed By Clementina Rind. / This Edition of “The Summary View” is the forth in a Series of Reprints to be issued by the Printing Office of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. … This Political Pamphlet, written by Thomas Jefferson, has been described as second only to the Declaration of Independence in charting the American course towards Independence. … “The Summary View” was first Printed by Clementina Rind, Williamsburg’s only woman printer. The pamphlet gained wide acceptance as an expression of American opinion and was later reprinted in Philadelphia and London. / This Facsimile Edition has been hand set from Caslon type, printed and bound in the prevailing styles of the 18th century at the Printing and Post Office, Williamsburg, Virginia, anno d. MCMLXXII. (1972). [1774]. 23 Pages. Marbled wraps, soft cover. 9-3/8 inches. Stitched. Lightly used. Very light mildew. Very good condition.

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