Boston: Published by Carter & Hendee, 1829. viii,-158pp. plus leaf of publisher's advertisements at front. Original boards. Spine ends frayed. Front hinge torn but holding, corners worn. Otherwise quite good in original state. Political allegory in which a world council meeting of birds meeting on St. Valentine's Day in 1828 discuss the world's problems. Includes chapters on the United States, Spain, Turkey and Greece, England, and France. Tudor was the founder and editor of the North American Review. (Inventory #: WRCAM25155)
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