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    [Ohio]. John Kilbourn. Public Documents Concerning the Ohio Canals,... Columbus: Whiting, 1832-1833. First edition.

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    [Ohio]. John Kilbourn. Public Documents Concerning the Ohio Canals, Which Are to Connect Lake Erie with the Ohio River... Columbus: I. N. Whiting, 1832-1833. First edition.

    Octavo. [ii], 452, 28, 53, [1, blank] pages. Contemporary half brown morocco over marbled boards, burgundy gilt morocco lettering label. Front board detached, binding worn, front free endpaper missing upper half, text foxed and soiled. Fair.

    Howes K130. Sabin 37731.

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    October, 2012
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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