British Pamphlets Relating to the American Revolution : 1764 - 1783.
|Call Number:||HIL-MICL FC LSC .G7P3A4R4|
|Description:||49 microfilm textual records () ; 35 mm|
The definition of a pamphlet for this work was taken from the Oxford English Dictionary: "treatise usually occupying fewer sheets than a book but composed, and printed, as a separate work and generally issued unbound .... it is a treatise on a subject of current interest, whether personal, social, political, ecclesiastical or controversial, on which the writer desires to appeal to the public."
|Originals:||The original records are held in libraries in Great Britain, United States and Canada.|
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A Microfilm Shelf list which contains the Library's microfilm reel numbers, pamphlet item numbers, and dates has been created. This is available in print and as an electronic finding aid, see below.
Online: See Electronic Finding Aid section below for Religion in the British Pamphlets which provides subjects, document numbers, reel numbers, and a brief description of content.
|Electronic Finding Aid Record:||
Microfilm Shelf List. British Pamphlets.pdf
Religion in the British Pamphlets.pdf
Certain categories of material that are listed in The American Controversy have been omitted from the microfilm publication and include: pamphlets relating to the West Indies; those that concern the domestic affairs of a particular colony, except for Quebec which is included; all periodical literature; and pamphlets relating to trade.
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