JOHN ROBINSON (1727–1802), RICHARD ATKINSON (1739–85), GOVERNMENT, COMMERCE AND POLITICS IN THE AGE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: ‘FROM THE NORTH’*

@article{Connell2013JOHNR,
  title={JOHN ROBINSON (1727–1802), RICHARD ATKINSON (1739–85), GOVERNMENT, COMMERCE AND POLITICS IN THE AGE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: ‘FROM THE NORTH’*},
  author={A. Connell},
  journal={Northern History},
  year={2013},
  volume={50},
  pages={54 - 76}
}

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