Liberty and property vindicated, and the st--pm-n burnt [electronic resource] : A discourse occasionally made on burning the effige [sic] of the st--pm-n. In New-London, in the colony of Connecticut. / By a friend to the liberty of his country
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Boston: : Re-printed and sold [by John Kneeland and Seth Adams?] at the newest printing-office in Milk-Street., 1765
15,  p. ; 20 cm. (4to)
Early American imprints. Series I, Evans (1639-1800); no. 41529.
A burlesque sermon on the Stamp Act. The "st--pm-n" was stampman Jared Ingersoll.
Attributed to Benjamin Church by Evans.
Probably printed by Kneeland and Adams, who commenced printing at Milk Street in 1765, and employed the phrase, "at the new [or "newest"] printing office in Milk-Street."
Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints series.
Shipton & Mooney 41529
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