Connecticut Republicanism: An Oration, on the Extent and Power of Political Delusion, Delivered in New-Haven, on the Evening Preceding the Public Commencement, September, 1800.

Philadelphia [PA]: Mathew Carey, No. 118, High-street, 1800. 8vo. 80 pp. Bound with his: Oration Delivered in Wallingford, on the 11th of March 1801, Before the Republicans of the State of Connecticut, at Their General Thanksgiving, for the Election of Thomas Jefferson to the Presidency and of Aaron Burr to the Vice Presidency of the United States of America. New Haven, (CT): Printed by William W. Morse, 1801. 8vo. 111, (1) pp. Contemporary leather-backed drab paper boards (some staining, rubbed). Very good. Item #47937

Third edition of the first title, first edition of the second (the first work also printed in New Haven, 1800; Carey also printed another issue, without his address in the imprint, in 1800); the second title prints Jefferson's first inaugural address. Sabin 5590 and 5595. Evans 36978 and American Imprints 199. Sowerby 3235 (for the New Haven printing) and 3264.

Price: $500.00

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