5 edition of Some eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina found in the catalog.
|Statement||with, introductions and notes by William K. Boyd...|
|Series||Publications of the North Carolina historical commission|
|LC Classifications||F257 .B75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 508 p.|
|Number of Pages||508|
|LC Control Number||28027094|
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Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Boyd, William Kenneth, Some eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina.
Excerpt from Some Eighteenth Century Tracts Concerning North Carolina: With Introductions and Notes This pamphlet is illustrative of a notable incident in the history of the colonial judiciary of North Carolina, the attempt in to impeach William Smith, Chief Justice of the Province.
Little is known of the antecedents of William : William Kenneth Boyd. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Some eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina by William Kenneth Boyd; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Modern Civilization, Sources, Pamphlets; Places: North Carolina; Times: 18th century, Colonial.
Full text of "Some eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina:" See other formats. Some eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina by William Kenneth Boyd,Edwards & Broughton Company edition, Microform in EnglishPages: Additional Resources: Saint Andrews Scottish Heritage Center: # Explanation of the terms in the Scottish eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina, ; by Boyd, William Kenneth, Excerpt from Some Eighteenth Century Tracts Concerning North Carolina: With Introductions and Notes.
This pamphlet is illustrative of a notable incident in the history of the colonial judiciary of North Carolina, the attempt in to impeach William Smith, Chief Justice of the Province.
Little is known of the antecedents of William Smith. Some Eighteenth Century Tracts Concerning North Carolina (). DAB, vol. 10 (). Roger Ekirch, "'A New Government of Liberty': Herman Husband's Vision of Backcountry North Carolina, ," William and Mary Quarterly 34 (October ).
Full text of "German tracts concerning the Lutheran Church in North Carolina during the eighteenth century" See other formats. Some Eighteenth-Century Tracts Concerning North Carolina (Raleigh, N.
C., I), 4I I7; Merrens, Colonial North Caro- lina, ii67; Daniel B. Thorp, The. Some Eighteenth Century Tracts Concerning North Carolina, ed.
William K. Boyd (Raleigh: Edwards and in his book Commerce of North Carolina, (). Crittenden considered a wide range of factors, including patterns of trade and the impact of mercantilism, that. [2 "An Address to the Inhabitants of North Carolina," in W. Boyd (ed.), Some Eighteenth Century Tracts Concerning North Carolina, p.
GEOGRAPHIC INFLUENCE. Some Eighteenth Century Tracts concerning North Carolina. Raleigh, Boyd, William K., and Charles A. Krummel. "German Tracts concerning the Lutheran Church in North America during the Eighteenth Century." North Carolina Historical Review 7 ():Brawley, James S.
Rowan County: A Brief History. Raleigh, Boyd, William K. (ed.). Some Eighteenth Century Tracts Concerning North Carolina. Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission. Raleigh, Edwards and Broughton, Also in North Carolina Historical Review, II-IV.
(ed.). The natural history of North-Carolina. With an account of the trade, manners, and customs of the Christian and Indian inhabitants. Illustrated with copper-plates, whereon are curiously engraved the map of the country, several strange beasts, birds.
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Author: John Locke. In addition to these grants to Isham Browder, there is another land grant from the State of North Carolina, dated November 8, (RCDB A, p.
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