Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943


William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 40, no. 1 January 1983

Buchanan and Simson, 1759–1763:
A Different Kind of Glasgow Firm
Trading to the Chesapeake

Jacob M. Price
3

“The History of the Tuesday Club”:
A Mock-Jeremiad of the Colonial South

Robert Micklus
42

Artisans, Journeymen, and the
Transformation of Labor in
Late Eighteenth–Century Philadelphia

Sharon V. Salinger
62

Notes and Documents

“Liberty Further Extended”:
A 1776 Antislavery Manuscript by
Lemuel Haynes

Ruth Bogin
85

Motive for Murder: A Servant’s
Life in Virginia, 1678

T.H. Breen, James H. Lewis, and Keith Schlesinger
106

Samuel Gorton and Religious
Radicalism in England, 1644’1648

Philip F. Gura
121

Trivia
Reviews of Books

Wrigley and Schofield, The Population History of England, 1541’1871: A Reconstruction. By Robert V. Wells127

Galenson, White Servitude in Colonial Amerca: An Economic Analysis. By Paul G. E. Clemens132

Sheridan, Lewis Morris, 1671’1746: A Study in Early American Politics. By Jacob Judd135

Anderson, Historians and Eighteenth-Century Europe, 1715’1789 By Thomas F. Sheppard137

Daniell, Colonial New Hampshire: A History. By John A. Schutz137

The Diary of Isaac Backus. Vol. I:1741–1764. Vol. II:1765–1785. Vol. III:1786–1806, ed. McLoughlin. By Nathan O. Hatch141

Geissler, Jonathan Edwards to Aaron Burr, Jr.: From the Great Awakening to Democratic
Politics
. By Joseph Conforti142

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: A Genetic Text, ed. Lemay and Zall. By Michael Robertson144

Lippy, Seasonable Revolutionary: The Mind of Charles Chauncy. By Conrad Edick Wright147

Conforti, Samuel Hopkins and the New Divinity Movement: Calvinism , the Congregational Ministry, and Reform in New England between the Great Awakenings. By Richard D. Birdsall148

Chesapeake Bay in the American Revolution, ed. Eller. By Harry M. Ward150

Reid, In Defiance of the Law: The Standing-Army Controversy, the Two Constitutions, and the Coming of the American Revolution. By Hugh F. Bell151

Royster, Light-Horse Harry Lee and the Legacy of the American Revolution. By Robert
Dawidoff154

The Papers of Robert Morris, 1781–1784. Vol. 2:August–September 1781. Vol. 3:October 1, 1781–January 10, 1782. Vol. 4:January 11–April 15, 1782. Vol. 5:April 16–July 20, 1782, ed. Ferguson et al. By Joseph A. Ernst156

John Jay: The Winning of the Peace. Unpublished Papers, 1780–1784. Vol. II, ed. Morris. By Donald Roper160

Haw, Beirne, Beirne, and Jett, Stormy Patriot: The Life of Samuel Chase. By James H.
Broussard162

Journal of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts. Vol. XLIV: 1767–1768. Vol. XLV: 1768–1769. Vol. XLVI: 1770. Vol. XLVII: 1770–1771. Vol. XLVIII: 1771–1772. Vol. XLIX: 1772–1773. Vol. L: 1773–1774, ed. Freiberg. By John H. Cary164

An Appreciation
Lyman Henry Butterfield
Director of the Institute 1951’1954

Whitfield J. Bell, Jr.
166