Washington DC: James C. Dunn, 1833. First Edition. Slim octavo (20.5cm.); disbound; xxii,,40pp. Preliminary leaves separated from textblock (but still complete), the whole toned and faintly dampstained, loss at bottom fore-edge corner of title page not quite touching text. Good only. Report by the Society which founded the colony of Liberia with the intention of encouraging emancipated African-Americans to emigrate as an alternative to abolition. Needless to say, many freedmen found the scheme racist, especially in light of the high mortality rate of emigrés in the colony.