ANDERSON, James. The Interest of Great-Britain with Regard to Her American Colonies, Considered. To Which Is Added an Appendix, Containing the Outlines of a Plan for a General Pacification. London: Printed for T. Cadell, 1782. vii,,136,36pp.1s Half title. Original plain wrappers. Fine. Untrimmed and partially unopened. In a blue half morocco and cloth slipcase and cloth chemise, spine gilt. HOWES A-230. American Controversy 82-7. Sabin 1400. First and only edition. Anderson argues that rather than advancing the trade and manufactures of Great Britain, the American colonies are in fact a hindrance. In the appendix he proposes a peace and commerce treaty highly advantageous to the Crown. "Asserts that settling the colonies was unwise and all subsequent aid impolitic; they were a detriment to British trade and power. However, he submits a plan for pacification" - Howes. Adams locates fourteen copies. Scarce on the market.