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Nouveau voyage dans les Etats-Unis de l'Amérique septentrionale fait en 1788


Etienne Clavière
Jacques-Pierre Brissot de Warville
François Buisson

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De la France et des États-Unis, ou De l'importance de la Révolution de l'Amérique, pour le bonheur de la France, des rapports de ce royaume & des États-Unis, des avantages réciproques qu'ils peuvent retirer de leurs liaisons de commerce, & enfin de la situation actuelle des États-Unis has other edition
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New travels in the United States of America, performed in M. DCC. LXXXVIII. Containing the latest and most accurate observations on the character, genius and present state of the people and government of that country, their agriculture, commerce, manufactures and finances, quality and price of lands and progress of the settlements on the Ohio and the Mississippi, political and moral character of the Quakers and a vindication of that excellent sect from the misrepresentations of other travellers, state of the Blacks, progress of the laws for their emancipation and for the final destruction of slavery on that continent, accurate accounts of the climate, longevity, comparative tables of the probabilities of life between America and Europe, &c., &c. translation has paratext has other edition


This second edition published in 1791 contained a revised preface by the author, stating 'We have now, likewise, acquired our liberty. It is no longer necessary to learn of the Americans the manner of acquiring it, but we must be taught by them the secret of preserving it.' Volume three is a re-edition of Brissot's, De la France et des États-Unis (1787).