The Reviewers Reviewed, or British Falsehoods Detected by American Truths
New-York: R. M'Dermut & D.D. Arden, 1815. First Edition. Octavo (19.5cm.); removed; 72pp. Stock a bit toned, else Very Good and sound. Anonymous polemical against the "London Quarterly Review" and the English people in general, covering that country's labor, educational, and moral conditions. For example, "The general system of English boarding school education tends much to the formation of their national character. Surly and morose--proud in prosperity--mean and abject in adversity, haughty and vindictive--forgetting right, when they feel power--affecting to despise the whole human race..." (p. 31). HOWES R227; SABIN 70283; AMERICAN IMPRINTS 35772.