Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943


William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 49, no. 1 January 1992

The Uses of Capital in Revolutionary America:
The Case of the New York Loyalist Merchants

Edward Countryman
3

Tidal Rice Cultivation and the Problem of Slavery
in South Carolina and Georgia, 1760–1815

Joyce E. Chaplin
29

A Model Planter:
Edward Lloyd IV of Maryland, 1770–1796

Jean B. Russo
62

British Ministers and American Resistance to the
Stamp Act, October– December 1765

John L. Bullion
89

Notes and Documents

Alexander Hamilton’s Hidden Sinking Fund
Donald F. Swanson and Andrew P. Trout
108

Trivia
Reviews of Books

“On Parkman’s Trail,” an essay review of Schama, Dead Certainties (Unwarranted Speculations).
By Louis P. Masur120

Kemp, The Estrangement of the Past: A Study in the Origins of Modern Historical Consciousness.
By Theodore Dwight Bozeman132

Bliss, Revolution and Empire: English Politics and the American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century. By Nicholas Canny135

Manning, Slavery and African Life: Occidental, Oriental, and African Slave Trades. By David
Eltis136

Dillon, Slavery Attacked: Southern Slaves and Their Allies, 1619–1865. By Larry E. Tise138

Lang, Prophetic Woman: Anne Hutchinson and the Problem of Dissent in the Literature of New England. By Keith W. F. Stavely140

Breitwieser, American Puritanism and the Defense of Mourning: Religion, Grief, and Ethnology
in Mary White Rowlandson’s Captivity Narrative
. By Keith W. F. Stavely140

The Antinomian Controversy, 1636–1638: A Documentary History, 2d. Ed., ed. Hall. By
Keith W. F. Stavely140

Witchhunting in Seventeenth–Century New England: A Documentary History, 1638–1692,
ed. Hall. By Keith W. F. Stavely140

The Judgment of Experts: Essays and Documents about the Investigation of the Forging of
the
Oath of a Freeman, ed. Gilreath. By John D. Haskell, Jr.144

Johnson, John Nelson: Merchant Adventurer: A Life Between Empires. By J. R. McNeill146

Byers,The Nation of Nantucket: Society and Politics in an Early American Commercial Center, 1660–1820. By John J. Waters147

May, “The Divided Heart: Essays on Protestantism and the Enlightenment in America”. By
Edwin S. Gustad150

Shields, “Oracles of Empire: Poetry, Politics, and Commerce in British America, 1690–1750”.
By Norman S. Grabo151

Hamilton, The History of the Ancient and Honorable Tuesday Club, ed. Micklus. By Peter
Clark153

Talley, Secular Music in Colonial Annapolis: The Tuesday Club, 1745–56. By David K.
Hildebrand157

Reese, Europäische Hegemonie und France d’outre-mer: Koloniale Fragen in der französischen Aubenpolitik, 1700–1763. By A. G. Roeber159

Titus, The Old Dominion at War: Society, Politics, and Warfare in Late Colonial Virginia.
By Alan Rogers161

Lemay, The Canon of Benjamin Franklin, 1772–1776: New Attributions and Reconsiderations.
By James A. Sappenfield162

Bull, The Oligarchs in Colonial and Revolutionary Charleston: Lieutenant Governor William
Bull II and His Family
. By Edward Pearson164

Scott, British Foreign Policy in the Age of the American Revolution. By Jonathan R. Dull166

White, Somewhat More Independent: The End of Slavery in New York City, 1770–1810. By
Edward Countryman168

Nedelsky, Private Property and the Limits of American Constitutionalism: The Madison Framework and Its Legacy. By J. R. Pole170

Shaffer, To Be an American: David Ramsay and the Making of the American Consciousness.
By John F. Berens173

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