Philadelphia. 1795. 51pp. Half morocco and marbled boards. Old stamp on titlepage, else clean and very good. Item #WRCAM16785
Dallas, an eminent Philadelphia lawyer, was secretary of the state of Pennsylvania when this tract was printed. He later became secretary of the Treasury under President Madison. Partaking of the rhetoric of the day, the author herein criticizes the treaty with Great Britain recently negotiated by John Jay, for conceding too much to the British and placing the economic interests of the United States at great risk. SABIN 23966. EVANS 28527. HOWES D26. TPL 6660.