Adams, T. Democracy Unveiled; in A Letter to Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. M. P. By T. Adams, Esq., Lately Resident in the United States. London: C. Chapple, 1811. First Edition. 
Full polished calf, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, old crazing to spine and board edges, outer hinges rubbed, rear hinge with some surface cracks, all still well-attached. Spine with original red calf title label, gilt panels & devices. Board edges decorated in black & gilt, bottom corners worn through. xxvii. pp. Preface; 521 pp. text. (1) errata. Light scuff mark to front paste-down, small 1" crescent hole in center of tp, top of tp with old repair; 1" bottom margin of one leaf (pp. 301-2) cut away with no loss of text; 2 leaves (pp. 101-2 & 201-2) torn in the bottom margin affecting bottom line of texts. Foxing throughout. Old unidentified bookseller's clipping 2 x 2 inches pasted to verso of ffep, opposite the title page. Very good.
"A Rare and Interesting Attack on American Democratic Political System. DESCRIBES A PERSONAL INTERVIEW WITH THOMAS PAINE. Discusses at length remarks by Fisher Ames, quoting same. Other references to Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, Priestley, etc. Appendix on Grand Jury of New York, American Representation, etc." - clipped bookseller's advert pasted to ffep.