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    Thomas Jefferson: Very Rare Imprint of His March 4, 1801 First Inaugural Address. "Delivered at his Installment," March 4, 1801 at the City of Washington, to which are prefixed his "Farewell Address to the Senate: and a brief Account of the Proceedings at the Installment. "PHILADELPHIA: Printed by Cochran & M'Laughlin, for Mathew Carey, 118, Market-Street, 1801." 3.5" x 6.25", 24 pp., complete, in original wraps. Wraps show wear and soiling, contents showing light foxing. The first example we have ever encountered of this early printing detailing Jefferson's Inauguration.

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