THE AMERICAN REMEMBRANCER; OR, AN IMPARTIAL COLLECTION OF ESSAYS, RESOLVES, SPEECHES, &C. RELATIVE, OR HAVING AFFINITY, TO THE TREATY WITH GREAT BRITAIN.

Philadelphia: Printed by Henry Tuckniss, for Mathew Carey. October 10, 1795. Volume II only. 288pp. Bound in contemporary decorated paper over boards, with printed paper title pasted to front cover. Binding worn away at spine, hinges attached; still an attractive 18th century American binding. Text untrimmed, Very Good, with contemporary ownership signature of Samuel Blanchard.

"A semimonthly published by Matthew Carey, with its contents devoted to the Jay Treaty. One of the best periodical records of politics and economics of its era" [Lomazow]. This is volume II, of a total of three volumes. It prints a variety of speeches, resolutions, proceedings at meetings and gatherings concerning the Treaty. Carey promises to be impartial, and he is.
Howes C138. Evans 28389. Lomazow 33. Item #31760

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