OBSERVATIONS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, AND THE MEANS OF MAKING IT A BENEFIT TO THE WORLD.

Philadelphia. 1785. [2],60,[2]pp. Dbd. Titlepage soiled, with old pencil and ink marks. Lower margin trimmed close, shaving a few catchwords and imprint date. Overall good. Item #WRCAM23748

Styled the second American edition by Howes, after a Boston edition and the original London editions of the year before. An important British tract in support of the American Revolution, "a revolution which opens a new prospect in human affairs and begins a new era in the history of mankind." "Price, intimate friend of Franklin, was the most influential British advocate of American independence" - Howes. SABIN 65449. HOWES P585. EVANS 19202. REESE, FEDERAL HUNDRED 5 (ref).

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