Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943


William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 37, no. 3 July 1980

A Man’s House Was Not His Castle:
Origins of the Fourth Amendment to the
United States Constitution

William Cuddihy
372

The Origins of the Revolution in Virginia:
A Reinterpretation

Marc Egnal
401

Economic Development on Colonial and Revolutionary
Connecticut: An Overview

Bruce C. Daniels
429

Notes and Documents

The Unkindest Cut, or Who Invented Scalping?
James Axtell and William C. Sturtevant
451

Fiction in the Boston Magazine (1783–1786):
A Checklist with Notes on Sources

E. W. Pitcher
473

Doctoral Dissertations
Trivia
Reviews of Books

New American World: A Documentary History of North America to 1612, ed. Quinn. By James
Axtell497

The Westward Enterprise: English Activities in Ireland, the Atlantic, and America, 1480–1650,
ed. Andrews, Canny, and Hair. By J. Frederick Fausz500

Robinson, The Southern Colonial Frontier, 1607–1763. By David Curtis Skaggs502

Tichi, New World, New Earth: Environmental Reform in American Literature from the Purtitans through Whitman. By David Minter504

Town and Country: Essays on the Structure of Local Government in the American Colonies, ed. Daniels. By Jon C. Teaford506

Gaustad, George Berkeley in America. By Joseph J. Ellis507

Bailey, Popular Influence upon Public Policy: Petitioning in Eighteenth–Century Virginia. By William F. Swindler509

Wood, Conestoga Crossroads: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1730–1790. By G. S. Rowe511

Higginbotham, In the Matter of Color, Race, and the American Legal Process: The Colonial Period. By Paul Finkelman513

Hay, James Burgh, Spokesman for Reform in Hanoverian England. By Caroline Robbins516

Spivak, Jefferson’s English Crisis: Commerce, Embargo, and the Republican Revolution. By Bradford Perkins518

Reid, In a Rebellious Spirit: The Argument of Facts, the Liberty Riot, and the Coming of the American Revolution. By Malcolm Freiberg520

Jackson, Lachlan McIntosh and the Politics of Revolutionary Georgia. By Harold E. Davis522

Ridgway, Community Leadership in Maryland, 1790–1840. By Gary L. Browne523

Coward, Kentucky in the New Republic: The Process of Constitution Making. By Richard R. Beeman525

Brugger, Beverly Tucker: Heart over Head in the Old South. By John J. Reardon526

Dawidoff, The Education of John Randolph. By John J. Reardon526

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