Memoranda of a residence at the court of London, comprising incidents official and personal from 1819-1825. Including negotiations on the Oregon question, and other unsettled questions between the United States and Great Britain. By Richard Rush, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary from the United States, from 1817 to 1825.
|Main Author:||Rush, Richard, 1780-1859.|
Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard, 1845.
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The first series was pub. in 1833, simultaneously in Philadelphia under title "Memoranda of a residence at the court of London," and London under title "Narrative of a residence ... " The 2d ed. of this series, revised and enlarged, appeared the same year both in London and Philadelphia (cf. Sabin and preface to 3d ed.) The 3d ed. pub. under title "Residence at the court of London ... " was ed. by the author's son, B. Rush, London and Philadelphia, 1872.
Second series, pub. also in London, R. Bentley (2 v.) with title slightly changed. A second ed. appeared under title "The court of London from 1819 to 1825," London, R. Bentley, 1873.
xii, 640 p.
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