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Laws Of The State Of Maine, To Which are Prefixed the Constitution. Maine.
Laws Of The State Of Maine, To Which are Prefixed the Constitution...

Laws Of The State Of Maine, To Which are Prefixed the Constitution...

The First Compilation of the Laws of Maine, With the Uncommon Third Volume [Maine]. Laws Of The State Of Maine; To Which are Prefixed the Constitution of the U. States and of Said State, With an Appendix. Published According to a Resolve of the State, Passed March 9, 1821. Brunswick: Printed and Published by J. Griffin, For the State, 1821. Two volumes. [ii], lxx, 456, xciii, [3]; [ii], xlii, [457]-872, xciii, [3] pp. [With] Laws of the State of Maine. Vol III. Published According to a Resolve of the State, Passed March 30th, 1831. Portland: Printed by Thomas Todd, For the State, 1831. xlviii, 413, [1], xxxvii, [1] pp. Octavo (9-1/4" x 5-3/4"). Contemporary sheep, blind fillets to boards, lettering piece and blind fillets to spine. Light rubbing and some shallow scuffing and small stains to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, a few hinges cracked, front free endpapers removed from Volumes I and III. Light to moderate toning, light foxing in a places in each volume. An attractive set in uniform bindings. $650. * First editions. Maine separated from Massachusetts in 1819 and entered the Union in 1820. "Published According to a Resolve of the State," the two-volume 1821 compilation was the first collection of Maine state laws. Complete three-volume sets are uncommon. Babbitt, Hand-List of Legislative Sessions and Session Laws 159.

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