The author turned critic, or, The reviewer reviewed

being a reply to a feeble and unfounded attack on Delaplaine"s Repository in the Analectic magazine and naval chronicle for the month of September 1816 by Joseph Delaplaine

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 37419
The Physical Object
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Pagination34 [5] p.
Number of Pages34
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