Baltimore: Wm. Ogden Niles, 1830. First Edition. American novelist's most influential Congressional publication, refuting New York congressman Churchill C. Cambreleng's previous arguments against the tarriff in favor of free trade. "We rather think that Mr. Cambreleng must renounce his pretensions to be considered a pupil of [British statesman] Mr. Huskisson, or he will be obliged to confess that his beau ideal of free trade is not to be gathered from the statute books of England" (p. 15). SABIN 37418. Octavo (22cm.); removed; 72pp. Some soil and faint foxing, old ink "10" at head of title page (serving as upper cover), else Very Good and sound.