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Title: Letters Written During the President's Tour, "Down East," by Myself, Major Jack Downing, of Downingville. [Four lines of quotation]
Imprint: Down East [Cincinnati]: s.n., 1833.
Description: 69, bv p. 1 ill. ; 17 cm.
American Antiquarian Society notes: "The interest of the letters lies partly in the simple and blunt importance to the nation, are treated in them. … Jack Downing pretends to belong to the party of the president, while the real author is a member of that party which thinks that the president has wantonly disenchanted the constitution …"--Lieber, Francis, Letters to a gentleman in Germany. Philadelphia, 1834, p. 153.
"Pirated edition. Letters 3, 14, 15, 16 by Seba Smith. 'Our next president,' p. 68-69, also by Seba Smith."--BAL entry 18376.
"Stereotyped by J.A. James--Cincinnati."--verso of the title page.
First and last page blank.
American Antiquarian Society copy inscribed: Joseph Stevens; J.L. Stevens, June 1843.