Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty
Price was both a supporter of the American desire for political independence and a sharp critic of the expences of the British empire.
Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, the Principles of Government, and the Justice and Policy of the War with America. To which is added, an Appendix and Postscript, containing, a State of the National Debt, an Estimate of the Money drawn from the Public by the Taxes, and an Account of the National Income and Expenditure since the last War. The 9th edition. (London: Edward and Charles Dilly and Thomas Cadell, 1776).
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Table of Contents
- SAWBRIDGE, Mayor.
- PREFACE to the First Edition.
- PREFACE to the Fifth Edition.
- OBSERVATIONS, c.
- PART I.
- SECT. I.: Of the Nature of Liberty in General.
- SECT. II.: Of Civil Liberty and the Principles of Government.
- SECT. III.: Of the Authority of one Country over another.
- PART II.
- SECT. I.: Of the Justice of the War with America.
- SECT. II.: Whether the War with America is justified by the Principles of the Constitution.
- SECT. III.: Of the Policy of the War with America.
- SECT. IV.: Of the Honour of the Nation as affected by the War with America.
- SECT. V.: Of the Probability of Succeeding in the War with America.