THE PENNSYLVANIA CHRONICLE AND UNIVERSAL ADVERTISER

The Pennsylvania Chronicle and Universal Advertiser, August 1, 1768, 8pp edition with a woodcut of the British royal crest. Containing a four-column article of an address made at the State House (Independence Hall) against the Stamp Act, and other repressive tax laws by Britain. Also, ads offering slaves for sale and rewards for runaways. Overall toning and some separation at spine, else fine.

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