1796 Porcupine's Political Censor, for November 1796: Containing Observations on the Insolent and Seditious Notes, Communicated to the People of the United States by the Late French Minister Adet
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First Edition, Uncommon
The first edition of this uncommon work rebound in a later cloth binding. Pierre-Auguste Adet (1763-1834) was a French ambassador to the United States, who had publicly attacked the 1794 Jay's Treaty with England, probably because it would make England, rather than France, the America's principal ally. He found many supporters amongst President Washington's administration. In this volume, William Cobbett furiously defends President Washington's foreign policy. Many copies of this work are disbound; it is rare to find this work in such smart condition.
Rebound in a cloth binding. Externally in lovely condition. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are clean but age toned with the odd spot, as is usual of paper this age.
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