Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1959. First Edition. Octavo. Item #029196
xi, 236 pages, index, bibliography. This work connected the two long fragments of Monroe's unfinished autobiography. He was now embarrassed by his poor financial situation and lost some of his bitterness which he had against President Washington who recalled him from Paris (that led to his anonymously published View of the Conduct of the Executive. This will fill in many points in one of the more obscure founding fathers. Bound in light brown cloth lettered in white blocked in dark brown, repeated on spine. A near fine copy in unclipped pictorial dust jacket rubbed.