A TRUE AND MINUTE ACCOUNT OF THE DESTRUCTION OF THE BASTILLE.

Medford, (Massachusetts.): For William Hunt, 1800. 34, [2 blanks] pp. Stitched in contemporary plain wrappers, untrimmed. Foxed, Good+. With the ownership signature, 'S. Treadwell,' at top of title page.

Calet explains that he is "a French Protestant, Who had been a Prisoner, there upwards of Twenty Years, and in what manner he was taken from his house, and who recovered his Liberty on, and who assisted at the Demolition of that Infamous Prison." Its first American printing occurred in Norwich, Connecticut, in 1796; this Medford printing, as well as a Leominster printing in 1800, followed.
Evans 37082. NAIP w029592 [8]. Item #28275

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