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    [U. S. Constitution]. The Worcester Magazine, Volume III, Number XXVI, September, 1787 Early Printing of the Constitution. [Worcester: Printed by Isaiah Thomas, 1787]. First edition. Octavo (8 x 5 inches; 203 x 127 mm). 335-352 pages. Modern laid paper over boards with titles printed in black on the spine. Pages uniformly very lightly toned with occasional trivial foxing. With the small book label of a previous owner mounted to the front pastedown. Very good and quite scarce.

    Commencing on page 349 under the heading "Proceedings of the Federal Convention" the full text of the proposed Constitution is reproduced concluding on page 352. An early printing and very scarce indeed.

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