Richard Price, Observations on the Importance of the American Revolution, and the Means of Making it a Benefit to the World 
Observations on the Importance of the American Revolution, and the Means of Making it a Benefit to the World. To which is added, a Letter from M. Turgot, late Comptroller-General of the Finances of France: with an Appendix, containing a Translation of the Will of M. Fortuné Ricard, lately published in France (London: T. Cadell, 1785).
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A defence of the American Revolution by one of its key supporters in Britain, along with a letter by Turgot and a short essay by Mathon de la Cour (also known as Fortuné Ricard).
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- Observations, &c.
- Of the Importance of the Revolution Which Has Established the Independence of the United States.
- Of the Means of Promoting Human Improvement and Happiness In the United States.—and First, of Public Debts.
- Of Peace, and the Means of Perpetuating It.
- Of Liberty.
- Of Liberty of Discussion.
- Of Liberty of Conscience, and Civil Establishments of Religion.
- Of Education.
- Of the Dangers to Which the American States Are Exposed.
- Of Debts and Internal Wars.
- Of an Unequal Distribution of Property.
- Of Trade, Banks, and Paper Credit.
- Of Oaths.
- Of the Negro Trade and Slavery.
- Letter From M. Turgot
- The Testament of Fortune Ricard
- Remark, By the Translator.
- No. II. Table of the Produce of Each Sum of 100 Livres, Bequeathed By the Testator, From One Hundred to Five Hundred Years.
- No. VI. Table of the Disposition of the 4 Th Sum, Amounting to 29,782,761,461 Liv. 13 Sous.