Ford, Paul Leicester. Bibliography and Reference List of the History and Literature Relating to the Adoption of the Constitution of the United States 1787-8. Brooklyn, N.Y.: [By the Author], 1896. 58 pp. Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2002025962. ISBN 1-58477-268-9. Cloth. $55. * Reprint of a rare self-published volume that was issued in a single edition of only 100 copies. Ford [1865-1902], an authority in the field, offers a well-annotated and thorough bibliography of books, pamphlets, periodical articles, newspaper articles and broadsides. Also includes a useful reference list organized by author, format, content, ideological position and place of publication.
Ford, Paul Leicester [1865-1902]. Bibliotheca Hamiltoniana. A List of Books Written by, or Relating to Alexander Hamilton. New York: Printed for the Author The Knickerbocker Press, 1886. vi,  pp. (irregular pagination). Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN 1-58477-285-9. Cloth. $85. * Contains Alexander Hamilton's official and unofficial writings and those relating to him, arranged chronologically under the date of the first edition, with principal locations noted. With a useful chronological bibliography of all editions of The Federalist, with collation. Alexander Hamilton [1755-1804] was Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington, and author, along with John Jay and James Madison, of the influential collection of political essays, The Federalist. During his short lifetime Ford was a historian and historical novelist as well as a noted and prolific bibliographer of Americana and editor of Autobiography of Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1790. Dictionary of American Biography III: 518-520.
The Story of an Untold Love from Brooklyn-born writer Paul Leicester Ford is an epistolary novel with a twist -- the letters outlining the protagonist's tortuous unrequited love were never actually intended to be sent; instead, they function more like a diary. The end result is a vivid and heartrending portrait of emotional turmoil.
Publishers initially showed little interest in Paul Leicester Ford's first novel, The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him, but after it finally came to print, the book became an immediate bestseller. It chronicles the life and rise to power of Peter Stirling, a rare breed of politician who eschews the trappings of success and works tirelessly for the good of the people. Some readers believed the novel was a fictionalized version of the life of then-President Grover Cleveland, though both the author and the politician repudiated this theory.
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