Boston: Putnam & Hunt, 1829. 82 [i.e., 83], [1 blank], [2- the last page numbered '84'] pp. Disbound, scattered light foxing, Good+ or so.
A defense of Andrew Jackson's new political friends, former Federalists, against attacks by old-line Democrats who resented their Johnny-come-lately alliance. A "base and profligate conspiracy" against these "federalists who had honestly joined the great national republican party" is unfairly proscribing them from political appointments in Massachusetts.
FIRST EDITION. Wise & Cronin 402. Sabin 14898. Item #11346