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Samuel Seabury (1729-1796)
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NotesFirst bishop of the Protestant Episcopal church in the USA. Not to be confused with Samuel Seabury (1801-1872).
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An alarm to the legislature of the province of New-York: occasioned by the present political disturbances, in North America: addressed to the Honourable Representatives in General Assembly convened. [One line in Latin]
James Rivington, 1775GB 
The congress canvassed: or, an examination into the conduct of the delegates, at their grand convention, held in Philadelphia, Sept. 1, 1774. Addressed to the merchants of New-York. By A. W. farmer, author of Free thoughts, &c
New-York, printed: London reRichardson and Urquhart, 1775GB 
Free thoughts on the proceedings of the Continental congress, held at Philadelphia Sept. 5, 1774, a letter, by a farmer [signing himself A.W. farmer.]. (1774)
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Free thoughts on the proceedings of the Continental Congress, held at Philadelphia, Sept. 5, 1774 [microform] : wherein their errors are exhibited, their reasonings confuted, and the fatal tendency of their non-importation, non-exportation, and non-consumption measures, are laid open to the plainest understandings; and the only means pointed out for preserving and securing our present happy constitution : in a letter to the farmers, and other inhabitants of North America in general, and to those of the province of New-York in particular ([London] : New-York, printed; London, reRichardson and Urquhart ..., 1775)
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Free thoughts on the proceedings of the Continental Congress, held at Philadelphia, Sept. 5, 1774: wherein their errors are exhibited, ... In a letter to the farmers, and other inhabitants of North America ... By a farmer (New-York, printed: London reRichardson and Urquhart, 1775)
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A view of the controversy between Great-Britain and her colonies: including a mode of determining their present disputes, finally and effectually; and of preventing all future contentions. In a letter to the author of A full vindication of the measures of the Congress, from the columnies of ... (New-York, printed: London reRichardson and Urquhart, 1775)
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A view of the controversy between Great-Britain and her colonies: including a mode of determining their present disputes, finally and effecually [sic]; and of preventing all future contentions. In a letter, to the author of A full vindication of the measures of the Congress, from the calumnies ... (James Rivington, 1774)
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