Reflexions on representation in Parliament being an attempt to shew the equity and practicability, not only of establishing a more equal representation throughout Great Britain, but also of admitting the Americans to a share in the Legislature : with an enumeration of the principal benefits which would result from these measures, both to the colonies and the mother-country : the whole submitted to the consideration of the public in general, and members of Parliament in particular, before the final determination of the present disputes : with some strictures on a pamphlet, intitled, 'Objections to the taxation of the colonies by the Legislature of Great Britain briefly considered'.
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Jenyns, Soame, > 1704-1787. > Objections to the taxation of the Colonies by the Legislature of Great Britain briefly considered.
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