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

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. August 20, 1795. Volume [I] only. 288pp. Bound in contemporary sheep [some rubbing], rebacked, gilt-lettered morocco spine title. .

"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 I, of a total of three volumes. It prints a variety of speeches, resolutions, proceedings at meetings and gatherings concerning the Treaty-- Charles Pinckney, Caesar Rodney and other luminaries are featured. Carey promises to be impartial, and he is.
Howes C138. Evans 28389. Lomazow 33. Item #31826

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