A Plea for Federal Union. North Carolina, 1788. [Limited to 100 copies in boards; this copy inscribed by the author]
Reprint of two pamphlets, possibly first published in Newbern, North Carolina in 1788, when North Carolinians were considering the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. The two reprints are entitled: To the People of the State of North Carolina by “A citizen of North-Carolina” [James Iredell] and To the People of the District of Edenton by “A Citizen and Soldier.” With an historical introduction by University of North Carolina Professor of History, Hugh T. Lefler (1901–1981), who here inscribes this copy to his fellow UNC history professor, Fletcher Green (1895–1978).
Description: A Plea for Federal Union. North Carolina, 1788. [Limited to 100 copies in boards; this copy inscribed by the author]
Charlottesville [Va.]: The Tracy W. McGregor Library, University of Virginia, 1947. 79, pp. Quarter maroon cloth and red paper-covered boards. Limited to 900 copies, this being one of 100 copies in boards. Inscribed by editor on front endpaper. Brief rubbing to edges of boards; one corner lightly bumped; very good.