Two Scarce Nineteenth-Century English Treatises of Water Law Schultes, Henry. An Essay on Aquatic Rights; Intended as an Illustration of the Law Relative to Fishing, And to the Propriety of Ground or Soil Produced by Alluvion and Dereliction in the Sea and Rivers. Philadelphia: J.S. Littell/New York: Halsted and Voorhies, 1839. [iv], 56 pp. [Bound with] Phear, Sir J.B. A Treatise on Rights of Water: Including Public and Private Rights to the Sea and Sea-Shore. Philadelphia: T. & J.W. Johnson & Co., 1859. xii, -76 pp. Octavo (9" x 5-1/2"). Recent library buckram, red and black lettering pieces and paper shelf label to spine, small security tag and blind-stamped institution name to front board, stamps to top and bottom edges, endleaves added. Light toning to text, staining and chips to margins in a few places, library stamps to endleaves. $500. * Only American editions. This volume is comprised of titles extracted from two volumes of the nineteenth-century American reprint series The Law Library (Vols 24 and 100). Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 7946, 7947.
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