Le Peuple Instruit; ou Les Alliances dans lesquelles les Ministres de Le Peuple Instmit; ou Les Alliances dans lesquelles les Ministres de la Grande-Bretagne ont engage la Nation ... [bound with]: Le Peuple Juge, ou Considerations sur lesquelles le Peuple Anglois pourra decider si la Lettre qu'on attribue dans le Precis des Faits a S.A.,R. le Duc de Cumberland, est bien veritablement de ce Prince. ...
[Paris]. 1756. 12mo, 2 volumes in One, xxiv,212 & viii,160pp., in full ontemporary mottled calf, real raised bands, gilt decorations and borders in the panels, crushed morocco label, triple gilt ruled boders on the boards, marbled endpapers, all edges dyed red in the style of the day, 19th c. ownership notation on first blank, old institutional stamp on the firrst title page, corner worn, generally a clean, tight, very good to fine copy. (cgc). Item #40423
Not in TPL. vide JCB 1142 (Eng. ed.). Sabin 80054. Howes S368. This work, translated from the English edition of the same year by Edmond Genet, discusses the trouble between England and France, which was caused by the French seizure of those British citizens from the American colonies who happened to be trading with the Indians along the Ohio River. These men were brought to Quebec and imprisoned there. This was, of course, but one manifestation of the friction arising from the competition along the trade routes during these critical years.