The crisis. Or, A full defence of the colonies. In which it is incontestibly proved that the British constitution has been flagrantly violated in the late Stamp act, and rendered indisputably evident, that the mother country cannot lay any arbitrary tax upon the Americans, without destroying the essence of her own liberties.
Printed for W. Griffin,
Microtext - Walker Library - 2nd Floor
MFM 1144, reel 547.7