NUMBER 7: ALEXANDER HAMILTON'S SECRET ATTEMPTS TO CONTROL AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY. With Supporting Documents

By: (Hamilton, Alexander). Boyd, Julian P

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Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1964.. 1964.. Very good. - Octavo, cloth in a dust wrapper. The dust jacket is rubbed, soiled & chipped with its spine faded. xvii & 166 pages. There is an owner's ink name & address on the front endpaper. Very good in a good dust wrapper.

First edition.

A book about the "indefatigable efforts" of Alexander Hamilton, as Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington, "to bend American foreign policy toward a closer connection with Great Britain." Hamilton was designated "Number 7" in the dispatches of a British secret agent. Dust jacket present. First Edition.

Title: NUMBER 7: ALEXANDER HAMILTON'S SECRET ATTEMPTS TO CONTROL AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY. With Supporting Documents

Author Name: (Hamilton, Alexander). Boyd, Julian P

Categories: Americana,

Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1964.: 1964.

Book Condition: Very good

Seller ID: 18157

Keywords: AMERICANA; FOUNDING FATHERS; ALEXANDER HAMILTON; SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY; NUMBER 7: ALEXANDER HAMILTON'S SECRET ATTEMPTS TO CONTROL AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY; JULIAN P. BOYD; TREATY OF 1794; MAJOR GEORGE BECKWITH; GOUVERNEUR MORRIS; FIRST EDITION; 1ST