Glocester, England. 1776. 224pp. Contemporary three-quarter calf and boards. Front board detached, rear hinge cracked, corners and spine ends worn. Light tanning. Good. Item #WRCAM52398
The third edition of these tracts concerning trade with the American colonies and American pre-Revolutionary grievances. Tucker, the Dean of Gloucester, wrote on the subjects of commerce and politics, and advocated a peaceable separation between the colonies and Great Britain. AMERICAN CONTROVERSY 74-80c. ESTC T10136. HOWES T384. SABIN 97348.