London: Printed for the Editor, and sold by Owen, 1797. 94pp, with the half title but without the final ads. Bound in later plain blue wraps [some ink notations]. Very Good.
Burke denounces Fox, whose conduct in sympathy with the French Revolution "has given a strong countenance and an encouraging example to the doctrines and practices of the Revolution and Constitutional Societies," which are "proposing... leagues and alliances with France." Item #23852