Boston: Young & Minns, 1799. 31, [1 blank] pp, with the half title and final blank. Disbound, light tanning and widely scattered foxing, else Very Good. Arguing that good character is requisite for public office, Coffin also supports President Adams against the Jeffersonians. He endorses Adams's policy of "persevering...
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Litchfield: Collier, 1797. 230pp. Full contemporary leather [some corner and lower spine wear], with contemporary bookplate of A. Rice. Light scattered fox. Very Good. The Lord Bishop of Landaff goes after Paine, whom he praises for his "energy of language, and acuteness of investigation;" but whose blasphemy he deplores. Fisher 60. Evans 33156.