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The Laws of the State of Vermont, digested and compiled
. Randolph: Sereno Wright, 1808. Two volumes. 20th century cloth. 8 1/2 x 4 3/4 inches (22 x 12 cm;) 503; 551 [3]. Contemporary signatures, stamps, a generally clean copy. Shaw & Shoemaker 16623; Together with Laws of the State of Vermont; Revised and Passed by the Legislature ... Rutland: Josiah Fay, 1798. 20th century cloth. 621; 206 pp. Several pages browned and brittle with some short tears and edgewear, stamps; A run of Acts and Laws Passed by the Legislature of the State of Vermont, 1802-1812. Bennington, Danville, Windsor: 1802-1812. 11 volumes in 20th century cloth. Includes large uncut copies, one title page lacking and one lined, no volume for 1811, other inscriptions, stains, stamps, etc.; And four miscellaneous volumes, being an additional copy of volume 1 only of the first work listed, an 1817 printed volume stated as Volume III of the Laws of the State of Vermont, and two works related to the Council of Censors (1807, 1814, one disbound). The lot not collated and sold as is. The lot 18 volumes.

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Estimate $300-500

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