Acts Passed at the Second Session of the Thirteenth Congress of the United States

By: No Author Given

Price: $45.00

Quantity: 1 available


No publisher or printer given. Page numbers begin at page 243 and end at page 429, with a title page preceding and a 3 page table of contents following the text. Bound in paper wrappers. Acts include an act for the relief of Daniel Boone (granting rights to land received by him from the Spanish government), an act supplemental to the one ascertaining the titles and claims in the state of Louisiana, an act establishing the mode of laying off districts in Indiana, acts pertaining to the territories of Mississippi and Missouri, etc. In GOOD condition. Heavy chipping to the fore edge of the paper wraps, with some loss. Minor scuffing, chipping and wear to the extremities. Minor soiling and general darkening. The top three and bottom two inches of the spine binding is missing but the binding is still solid and intact. The text is clean and solid, with many pages unopened. Heavy foxing and darkening to many pages throughout, although many pages are relatively unaffected. Many pages unevenly and rather closely cropped at the margins, though not affecting text. Solid copy in GOOD condition.

Title: Acts Passed at the Second Session of the Thirteenth Congress of the United States

Author Name: No Author Given

Categories: Politics/ Government, Americana,

Edition: First American Edition

Publisher: No Place, No Publisher: 1814

ISBN Number: no

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 001667

Keywords: Daniel Boone Louisiana Mississippi Missouri