[DALLAS, Alexander James]. Exposition of the Causes and Character of the Late War between the United States and Great-Britain. Concord, NH Printed by Isaac and Walter R. Hill, 1815. 108 pp. Disbound. A defense of the Administration's war policy. The pamphlet, says the Introduction, explains "the multiplied and aggravated injuries which forced us into the contest." It exhibits "only the voice of reason, and aimed only to present a clear and distinct view of the causes and character of the war, as a motive for union and energy, in its prosecution. It contains scarcely the slightest allusion even to the existence of parties in this country, and embraces nothing which can in the least degree wound the sensibilities of an American federalist." Howes D-26. McCorison 1726.