Contained within this antiquarian book is a collection of letters which first appeared in the 'Pennsylvania Chronicle' in 1767. These letters discuss the attitude assumed by the British Parliament towards the American Colonies in the eighteenth century. So extensive was their popularity that they were immediately reprinted in almost all of the contemporary colonial newspapers, soon becoming pivotal in uniting all factions in resistance against British rule. A fascinating and historic collection of texts, this book will be of much value to those with a keen interest in colonial America and will be of much appeal to collectors of politically and historically important literature. This text was originally published in its entirety in 1903.