Philadelphia: Printed by William F. Geddes, August 1, 1832. Stated third edition. Original printed orange wrappers, 8.75 x 5.5 inches, 28,  pages. Spine about half perished, but wrappers quite secure; a trifle dust-soiled and sunned; in very good condition. Item #19136
Matthew Carey’s defense of Jackson’s position against South Carolina and the ordinance of nullification. Carey seems to have had various editions of this example of his political economy pamphlets churned out over the course of 1832; this version includes the 4-page black bordered “Epitaph” to the Constitution of the United States, not noted in the pagination of the American Imprints entry but given a separate entry (suggesting possible separate issue). American Imprints 11645 (Crisis) & 11653 (Epitaph).