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    Congressional Journals

    Three Journals of Congress, including: Journals of Congress: Containing Their Proceedings From September 5, 1774, to January 1, 1776. Published by Authority. Volume I. Philadelphia: Folwell's Press, 1800. [and:] Journals of Congress, and the United States in Congress Assembled. For the Years 1781, 1782. Published by Order of Congress. Volume VII. New York: John Patterson, 1787. [and:] Journals of Congress: Containing Their Proceedings From November 5, 1787, to November 3, 1788. Published by Authority. Volume XIII. Philadelphia: Folwell's Press, 1801. Three octavo volumes. Original cream and light blue paper over boards. Some loss to the paper spine of Volume VII. Some water stains to the endpapers. Toning to the pages. Inked name to endpapers and title pages of Mrs. Charles Linsley (Emmeline Wells Linsley) of Middlebury, Vermont; also, rubber stamp of the Sheldon Art Museum, to which Mrs. Linsley donated these volumes in 1884. Very good.

    ESTC, W42136, W20597. Sabin, 15545.

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