The Knox Papers bear an intimate relationship with numerous other manuscript collections in the holdings of the Clements Library, particularly the papers of William Henry Lyttelton, Charles Townshend, Lord Shelburne, George Germain, Thomas Gage, and Henry Clinton.
Knox, William. The claim of the colonies to an exemption from internal taxes imposed by authority of Parliament... (London, 1765). C2 1765 Kn
___________. A letter to a member of Parliament, wherein the power of the British legislature and the case of the colonists, are briefly and impartially considered (London, 1765). [often, but incorrectly attributed to Knox]
Devotion, Ebenezer. The examiner examined. A letter from a gentleman in Connecticut... in answer to a letter from a gentleman in London... intitled, the claim of the colonies... examined (New London, Conn., 1766). C2 1766 De
Bancroft, Edward. Remarks on the review of the controversy between Great Britain and her colonies (London, 1769, reprinted in New-London, 1771).
Knox, William. The present state of the nation..., 1st-4th eds. (London, 1768). C2 1768 Kn
___________. Three tracts respecting the conversion and instruction of the free Indians, and negroe slaves in the colonies (London, 1768). C2 1768 Kn.
___________. An appendix to the present state of the nation... (London, 1769). C2 1769 Kn
___________. The controversy between Great-Britain and her colonies reviewed... (London, 1769). C2 1769 Kn
Lee, Arthur. Obsverations on the review of the controversy between Great-Britain and her colonies (London, 1769).
___________. The interest of the merchants and manufacturers of Great Britain... (London, 1774). C2 1774 Kn
___________. The justice and policy of the late act of Parliament, for making more effectual provision for the government of the province of Quebec, asserted and proved... (London, 1774). C2 1774 Kn
___________. Helps to a right decision upon the merits of the late treaty of commerce with France (London, 1787). C2 1787 Kn
___________. Considerations on the present state of the nation... (London, 1789). C2 1789 Kn
___________. Extra official state papers. Addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Rawdon... (London, 1789). C2 1789 Kn
___________. Observations upon the liturgy. (London, 1789). C2 1789 Kn
___________. A letter from W.K. esq. to W. Wilberforce, esq. (London, 1790). C2 1790 Kn
___________. Considerations on the present state of the nation..., 3rd ed. (London, 1791). C2 1791 Kn
Bellot, Leland J. William Knox: the life and thought of an eighteenth-century imperialist (Austin, Tex., 1977). 950 Be
Bellot, Leland J. "Evangelicals and the defense of slavery in Britain's old colonial empire." Journal of Southern History 37 (1971), 19-40. 950 Be
Cashin, Edward J. Governor Henry Ellis and the transformation of British North America (Athens, Ga., 1994).
An important Knox manuscript is published in "William Knox Asks What Is Fit to Be Done with America?" ed. Leland J. Bellot, Sources of American Independence; Selected Manuscripts from the Collections of the William L. Clements Library (Chicago, 1978).