(STAMP ACT). A Short History of the Conduct of the Present Ministry, with Regard to the American Stamp Act. London: Printed for J. Almon, 1766. 1st ed. 21pp. [3, catalogue]. Modern boards, printed paper spine label. Light scattered foxing, else very good. HOWES S-434, "aa." Sabin 80637. American Controversy 66-53a: "Oliver M. Dickerson, in The Navigation Acts and the American Revolution, suggests that the author was James Scott." An account of Britain's taxation of the North American colonies, specifically the Stamp Act. The author blames the British administration for aggravating the situation between the colonies and Great Britain by delaying a call for action on the part of Parliament.