A Letter Addressed to Two Great Men, on the Prospect of Peace; and on the Terms necessary to be Insisted upon in the Negotiation.
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1760. 19.5cm, 56p., disbound, foxed, very good copy.(ds1) Lande 190. T.P.L. 315. JCB (1)III:1264. This letter concerns the war in Canada and Nova Scotia and the French threat on the Ohio. It refers to the capture of Quebec and the death of Wolfe, and urges that the British Government in making peace with France demand the cession of the whole of Canada. (Lande). An appeal to William Pitt and the Duke of Newcastle that the process of making peace with France must include France's relinquishing all of Canada, Guadeloupe, and Senegal. The issue is important for having elicited Franklin's noteworthy the Interest of Great Britain Considered with Regard to Her Colonies. Item #37176