Popular Prejudices Against the Convention and Treaty with Spain, Examin'd and Answer'd. With Remarks On a Pamphlet, Entitled, Considerations upon the Present State of our Affairs at Home and Abroad.

London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1739.

Wraps. Disbound, stitched, trimmed wraps. Approx. 7.5" x 4.75". 30 pages. Author not listed. Light toning to the front cover. The writer defends England's treaty with Spain. He replies to George Lyttleton, who opposed the treaty due to Spain's capture of British ships in America. The writer states, "There are many instances of robbery and barbarity on both sides...but none of these instances can justify a National War" Good +. Item #15832

Price: $125.00

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