||v. 1. The speech of John Dickinson ... May 24th, 1764 ... praying the king for a change of the government of the province. 1764.--The late regulations respecting the British colonies on the continent of North America ... 1765.--An address to the committee of correspondence in Barbadoes ... 1766.--The farmer's letters to the inhabitants of the British colonies. 1767.-- An essay on the constitutional power of Great Britain over the colonies in America; with the resolves of the committee for the province of Pennsylvania ... 1774. v. 2. Address of the Congress to the inhabitants of Quebec. Dated October 26th, 1774.--The [first] petition of Congress to the king ...--The declaration by the representatives ... setting forth the causes and necessity of their taking up arms. July 6th, 1775.--Second petition of Congress to the king ...--Address of the Congress to the several states ...--The letters of Fabius in 1788, on the federal Constitution; and in 1797 on the present situation of public affairs: with additional notes.