Laws of the State of Vermont; Revised and Passed by the Legislature, in the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety Seven. Together with The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution of the United States, with Its Amendments, and the Constitution of Vermont. With an Appendix: Containing the Several Laws, which Have Heretofore Been Passed by the Legislature Regulating Proprietors? Meetings, Granting General Land Taxes, Exclusive Privileges to Companies for Locks, Toll Bridges, Turnpike Roads, &c. And the Titles of All the Acts Which Have Not Been Repealed, or Become Obsolete

Rutland: Josiah Fay, 1798. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; 621, 205, (ii), errata; full leather with a black spine label lettered in gilt. This copy has the first state title page with the "i" beginning the sixth line of text in the lower case. A well worn copy, lacking the preliminaries but textually complete. Edges, corners extremities bumped and worn, book block toned, still a supple copy. Joints started but holding. Item #18922

Price: $225.00

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