LETTER To A LADY In FRANCE On The SUPPOSED FAILURE Of A NATIONAL BANK, The SUPPOSED DELINQUENCY Of The NATIONAL GOVERNMENT, The Debts of the Several States, and Repudiation; with Answers to Enquiries Concerning the Books of Capt. Marryat and Mr. Dickens. Charles. 1812 - 1870 Dickens, Thomas Cary, reaves. 1791 - 1859.

LETTER To A LADY In FRANCE On The SUPPOSED FAILURE Of A NATIONAL BANK, The SUPPOSED DELINQUENCY Of The NATIONAL GOVERNMENT, The Debts of the Several States, and Repudiation; with Answers to Enquiries Concerning the Books of Capt. Marryat and Mr. Dickens.

Boston: Benjamin H. Greene, 1844. 2nd edition (American Imprints 44-1238; NCBEL III, 822; Cf. Sabin 11217 for the 1st & 3rd editions). iv, [5] - 60 pp. 8vo. 9-1/8" x 5-3/4". Original printed blue wrappers. Front wrapper title: 'LETTER To A LADY In FRANCE, In ANSWER To ENQUIRIES CONCERNING The LATE IMPUTATIONS Of DISHONOR Upon the UNITED STATES." Usual foxing, some curled upper corners, and a qtr-circle dampstin to lower corner throughout most of text; overall VG. Period pos to top of front wrapper. Item #10720.2

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