Paris papers; or Mr. Silas Deane's late intercepted letters, to his brothers, and other intimate friends, in America. [microform] : To which are annexed for comparison, the Congressional Declaration of Indepedendency in July 1776, and that now inculating [sic] among the revolted provinces, with the never-to-be-forgotten orders of the rebel general in August 1776, for preventing a pacification.
- New-York: : Re-printed by James Rivington., 
xii, 141, , xxxii, , 11, 11, 12-24 p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 17509.