REFLECTIONS ON THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE, AND ON THE PROCEEDINGS IN CERTAIN SOCIETIES IN LONDON, RELATIVE TO THAT EVENT. IN A LETTER INTENDED TO HAVE BEEN SENT TO A GENTLEMAN IN PARIS.

Philadelphia: D. Humphreys, for Young, Dobson, Carey, and Rice, 1792. 256pp. Lacking boards. Light to moderate foxing, Good+.

"One of the most brilliant of polemics." PMM. Though a staunch supporter of the American Revolution, the slaughter and excesses of the French Revolution were more than Burke could stomach. This is the best book written in opposition to that Revolution. This second American edition was printed after the 1791 New York. The first edition issued from London in 1790.
Evans 24157. Bristol B7946. Shipton & Mooney 46401. Printing and the Mind of Man 239. Todd, Burke 53gg. Grolier 100, 63. Item #25235

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