An exceptionally rare rejoinder to the critics of John Wesley's "Calm Address to Our American Colonies," in which Wesley attempted to use his religious influence to exhort the American Colonies to pay their taxes, keep their promises of allegiance, and to apologize and play nice with England. He was, of course, unsuccessful.
Having moved on, Fletcher continued to urge repentance to Christians in America. The present is quite scarce.
Fletcher, John. American Patriotism Farther Confronted with Reason, Scripture, and the Constitution: Being Observations on the Dangerous Politics taught by the Rev. Mr. Evans, M.A. and the Rev. Dr. Price. With a Scriptural Plea for the Revolted Colonies. Second Edition. London. Printed by R. Hawes, And Sold at the Foundry in Moorfields; and at the Rev. Mr. Wesley's Preaching-Houses in Town and Country. 1777. 130pp.
Evidently removed from a larger sammelband; very good, clean, crisp state and quite rare on the market.