A REVIEW OF THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE HON. JOHN ADAMS, LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, AND THE LATE WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, ESQ. BEGINNING IN 1803, AND ENDING IN 1812. SECOND EDITION.

Salem: 1824. 140pp, disbound. Light scattered foxing. Signature of O.L. Holley on title page. Very Good. The Federalist Pickering responds to Adams's allegedly "virulent reproaches of Federalists" generally and of Pickering particularly. He also provides much material on Jefferson [Pickering doesn't like him either], and treats the conflict with France, the XYZ Affair, Federalist politics, the embargo. Tompkins 226 note. Howes P342. Sabin 62658. AI 17636 [many]. Item #8121

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