A discourse on the bookland and folkland of the Saxons: wherein the nature of those kinds of estates is explained; and the notion of them advanced by sir John Dalrymple in his Essay on feudal property, examined and confuted (1775)
John Dalrymple (1734–1779) was a Scottish writer. He wrote numerous political tracts, among which Answers for the Right Honourable John Dalrymple, Lord Provost of the city of Edinburgh, and others; to the petition of James Stoddart, Esq; late old Provost, and James Stirling, Esq; late one of the bailies of said city, and others is the most widely preserved.John Taylor of Caroline, in his Inquiry into the Principles and Policy of the Governments of the United States, noted that he had read a "book [...] written by a Sir John Dalrymple, an Englishman [sic], containing a proposition for a reunion between England [sic] and the United States, upon terms nearly similar to the constitution of Neuchattel" (p. 113). (Dalrymple was in fact a Scot, and the proposed reunion would have been with the Kingdom of Great Britain, not "England".)
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by Sir John Dalrymple ...
Anonymous. By Sir John Dalrymple.; In this edition, the press figure on p. 28 is: 5, and the footnote on p. 49 comprises one line only.; With a half-title.; Signatures: [A]² B-H⁴ I².; Woodcut title page vignette (two cornucopias).; ESTC,. T20380; Adams 75-39a
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