A LETTER ON THE GENIUS AND DISPOSITIONS OF THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT, including a view of the taxation of the French Empire, addressed to a friend.
Boston: Farrand, Mallory, et. al., 1810. 2nd edn 8vo, Pp. 110 + 1p of adv. Bound in original leather-backed boards, crudely repaired with tape. Imprints # 21935. (Item ID: 7757)
Journalist and man of letters, Walsh (1784-1859) was editor of a number of periodicals and, in 1811, founded the first US quarterly. This is his first book. It was well received in Britain as it strove to convince Americans to ally themselves with England against the French.