The Case of the Hanover Forces in the Pay of Great-Britain, Impartially and freely examined: With Some Seasonable Reflections on the Present Conjecture of Affairs. Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, Edmund Waller.
The Case of the Hanover Forces in the Pay of Great-Britain, Impartially and freely examined: With Some Seasonable Reflections on the Present Conjecture of Affairs

The Case of the Hanover Forces in the Pay of Great-Britain, Impartially and freely examined: With Some Seasonable Reflections on the Present Conjecture of Affairs

London: Printed for T. Cooper at the Globe, 1743. First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. [5], 2-83, [3] pp. Pamphlet bound in twentieth-century pink paper boards with a red morocco spine label lettering in gold. Recent endpapers and pastedowns. Price of One Shilling on the front wrapper of the pamphlet. Gulick 92. Rothschild 599. The Earl of Chesterfield's criticism of the British Empire's use of German mercenary forces in their military campaigns. The author also gives a brief history of the governments in Europe, including the ruling factions in Poland, Prussia, Spain, and France. Overall a lovely copy. Near Fine. Item #00009913

Boards show a touch of toning, two leaves show three or so spots of foxing.

Price: $250.00