Revolutionary War

The February 1799 issue of The Gentleman's Magazine including the views of John Adams and Edmund Burke on the American and French Revolutions

The Gentleman's Magazine (London: Sylvanus Urban, Printed by John Nichols at John's Gate, February 1799), 8vo, 5.25" x 8.25", pp. [89-174]. With 2 engraved plates. Disbound, some binding remnants and stitch holes at left margin, minor corner and other creasing, pages clean overall.

Subjects include articles on "prevention and cure of rites of vipers," "on style and architecture vulgarly called gothic," and an interesting article on page 109 noting that John Adams and Edmund Burke had "coincided in their sentiments concerning the revolt of the colonists in America the parent state, and the revolution in that country, they certainly differed widely in their opinions of respecting the revolution in France."

Item: 57479

Price: $200.00
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