Vindiciae Gallicae [electronic resource] : Defence of the French Revolution and its English admirers against the accusations of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke; : including some strictures on the late production of Mons. de Calonne. / By James Mackintosh
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- Mackintosh, James, Sir, 1765-1832
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- Philadelphia: : Printed by William Young, bookseller, no. 52, Second-Street, the corner of Chesnut-Street., M,DCC,XCII. 
- viii, , 10-175,  p. ; 23 cm. (8vo)
- Early American imprints. Series I, Evans (1639-1800); no. 24495.
- "Some copies have appended, the French Constitution, as accepted by the King, 13th September, 1791. The first English edition, printed in London in 1791, contains many passages suppressed in later editions."--Evans.
- Running title: Defence of the French Revolution.
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