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A Collection of the Private Acts of the General Assembly of the State of North-Carolina, from the Year 1715, to the Year 1790, inclusive, now in Force and Use. NORTH CAROLINA LAWS.
A Collection of the Private Acts of the General Assembly of the State of North-Carolina, from the Year 1715, to the Year 1790, inclusive, now in Force and Use.

A Collection of the Private Acts of the General Assembly of the State of North-Carolina, from the Year 1715, to the Year 1790, inclusive, now in Force and Use.

Newbern: Francois-Xavier Martin, 1794. [5], 249, [3]pp. Antique three-quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt with leather label. Minor toning, light foxing. Lacks the list of subscribers leaf, as usual.

A rare collection of private acts published to supplement the Iredell edition of the laws of North Carolina.

The publication starts with a 1715 act to incorporate a town in Bath County and to secure a public library at St. Thomas's Parish in Pamplico, and ends with a 1788 act to allow a debtor named John Colson back into North Carolina to settle his affairs. Rare. ESTC records only fifteen copies worldwide.

ESTC w239; Evans 27419; McMurtrie 199; Sabin 55602; Weeks 99.

Item #29625

Price: $5,000.00

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