THE FEDERALIST ON THE NEW CONSTITUTION, WRITTEN IN THE YEAR 1788, BY MR. HAMILTON MR. MADISON AND MR. JAY: WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING THE LETTERS OF PACIFICUS AND HELVIDIUS, ON THE PROCLAMATION OF NEUTRALITY OF 1793; ALSO, THE ORIGINAL ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH THE AMENDMENTS MADE THERETO. A NEW EDITION. THE NUMBERS WRITTEN BY MR. MADISON CORRECTED BY HIMSELF. Hallowell, [Maine]: Printed and Published by Glazier, Masters & Co., 1831. Octavo, pp. [1-3] 4-6  8-542, full calf, black leather title label affixed to the spine panel. Later edition. An important edition of this "most famous and influential American political work" (Howes), the first with textual revisions made by Madison in the numbers written by him, and including earlier revisions made by Hamilton and Jay in their numbers. The text of this edition follows that of the 1818 edition published in the City of Washington by Jacob Gideon. See Howes H114. See Sabin 23987. Calf refurbished, rebacked to style with old leather leather title label, old endpapers and old headbands preserved, scattered foxing, a very good copy. A very attractive copy. (#162751).
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