Description[American History]. Henry B. Dawson, John Jay, and James A. Hamilton. Correspondence between John Jay and Henry B. Dawson and between James A. Hamilton and Henry B. Dawson, Concerning The Federalist. New York: Printed by J. M. Bradstreet & Son, 1864. Author's presentation on the prefatory note page. Contemporary thin boards, cloth spine. Front cover and preliminary leaves detaching. Some rubbing to spine. Lower edges bent. Moderate foxing on endpapers. Edges untrimmed. Ink ownership signature. Textblock from title page to p. 48 separating. Good.
Part of the series Current Fictions tested by Uncurrent Facts, a series letters between Henry Dawson and the sons of John Jay and Alexander Hamilton reprinted from The Evening Post.
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