The United States and England: Being a Reply to the Criticism on Inchiquin's Letters. Contained in the Quarterly Review for January, 1814. ANONYMOUS, James Kirke PAULDING.

The United States and England: Being a Reply to the Criticism on Inchiquin's Letters. Contained in the Quarterly Review for January, 1814

New-York: A.H. Inskeep, 1815. First Edition. Attack on Great Britain written in response to a series of unflattering articles written by Charles Jared Ingersoll following a trip to the United States. In turn Paulding portrays Great Britain "as a degenerate, despotic kingdom, burdened by parasitical aristocracy, and jealous of America's success (J. Eaton, "The Anglo-American Paper War" (2012), p. 73). BAL 15692; HOWES P136; SABIN 59215; SHAW & SHOEMAKER 35575. Issue A. Octavo (20.5cm.); removed; 115pp. Light toning and foxing to textblock, last leaf of text nearly separated, else Very Good.

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