London: Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church - Yard, 1791. 1st Edition. [iii] - viii, 276, 195, [1 (blank)] pp. Lacking charts. 8vo. Modern brown quarter-leather binding with marbled boards, executed in a period style. Binding - Fine. Textblock - VG (ex-lib, with the occasional stamp/title leaf with restored corners/the odd smudge, dust soiling/age-toning). Item #48115
Thomas Christie was a Scottish radical political writer during the late 18th century. He, along with J. Johnson, were the original two founders of the important liberal journal, the Analytical Review, which became the mouthpiece for reformers during the 1790s. [Wiki]
Regarding this particular work, it described Christie's impressions of Paris and provided a contrast to Burke's depiction of it as lawless and violent. Part II was never published.