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1 Hening, William Waller The Statutes At Large; Being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature in 1619.
Richmond VA Franklin Press 1820 Second Edition; Various Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Vol 4, Pages clean with heavy browning. Leather cover has taped spine. Recommend replacing spine. Contents tight and complete. This book is protected by an archival quality sleeve to maintain present condition. Scarce. In 1823, the Virginia General Assembly passed an act that the proceeds from the sales of Hening's Statutes at Large were to be used for a public library, and the date, 1823, marks the formal beginning of the Virginia State Library. In 1789 Hening was admitted to the practice of law in the city of Fredericksburg together with John Marshall, James Monroe, John Fenton Mercer, John Taylor, John T. Brook; Robert Brooke and others. After practicing law for a short time in Fredericksburg, Hening removed to Albemarle County. He became a member of the House of Delegates from Albemarle County in 1804 and from that date until his death in 1828 he continuously held public office. Hening wrote and edited a number of legal works including the well known Virginia Justice, Hening and Munford's Reports, and he assisted Benjamin Watkins Leigh in the 1st edition of the Code of 1819. His most outstanding work, however, was the important Statutes at Large, being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia which he published in thirteen volumes. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 603 pages; 
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2 Hening, William Waller The Statutes At Large; Being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature in 1619. Vol VI, 1748-1755
Richmond, VA George Cochran 1819 First Edition; Various Hardcover Fair with no dust jacket 
Vol VI, 1748-1755. Heavy Foxing, water spots, Leather cover has taped spine. Contents complete. A rebind candidate. Cover seperating but not loose yet. In 1823, the Virginia General Assembly passed an act that the proceeds from the sales of Hening's Statutes at Large were to be used for a public library, and the date, 1823, marks the formal beginning of the Virginia State Library. In 1789 Hening was admitted to the practice of law in the city of Fredericksburg together with John Marshall, James Monroe, John Fenton Mercer, John Taylor, John T. Brook; Robert Brooke and others. After practicing law for a short time in Fredericksburg, Hening removed to Albemarle County. He became a member of the House of Delegates from Albemarle County in 1804 and from that date until his death in 1828 he continuously held public office. Hening wrote and edited a number of legal works including the well known Virginia Justice, Hening and Munford's Reports, and he assisted Benjamin Watkins Leigh in the 1st edition of the Code of 1819. His most outstanding work, however, was the important Statutes at Large, being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia which he published in thirteen volumes.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 604 pages; 
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3 Hening, William Waller The Statutes At Large; Being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature in 1619. Vol VI, 1748-1755
Richmond, VA George Cochran 1819 First Edition; Various Hardcover Fair with no dust jacket 
Vol VI, 1748-1755. Heavy Foxing, water spots, Leather cover has taped spine. Contents complete. A rebind candidate. Cover seperating but not loose yet. In 1823, the Virginia General Assembly passed an act that the proceeds from the sales of Hening's Statutes at Large were to be used for a public library, and the date, 1823, marks the formal beginning of the Virginia State Library. In 1789 Hening was admitted to the practice of law in the city of Fredericksburg together with John Marshall, James Monroe, John Fenton Mercer, John Taylor, John T. Brook; Robert Brooke and others. After practicing law for a short time in Fredericksburg, Hening removed to Albemarle County. He became a member of the House of Delegates from Albemarle County in 1804 and from that date until his death in 1828 he continuously held public office. Hening wrote and edited a number of legal works including the well known Virginia Justice, Hening and Munford's Reports, and he assisted Benjamin Watkins Leigh in the 1st edition of the Code of 1819. His most outstanding work, however, was the important Statutes at Large, being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia which he published in thirteen volumes.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 604 pages; 
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4 Hening, William Waller The Statutes At Large; Being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature in 1619. Vol 1,
Richmond VA George Cochran 1822 First Edition; Various Hardcover Poor with no dust jacket 
1st edition. Hardback fair/no dust Vol X, 1779-1781. Very Heavy Foxing, water spots, Leather cover has taped spine. Contents complete. Needs recovered. Indexed. In 1823, the Virginia General Assembly passed an act that the proceeds from the sales of Hening's Statutes at Large were to be used for a public library, and the date, 1823, marks the formal beginning of the Virginia State Library. In 1789 Hening was admitted to the practice of law in the city of Fredericksburg together with John Marshall, James Monroe, John Fenton Mercer, John Taylor, John T. Brook; Robert Brooke and others. After practicing law for a short time in Fredericksburg, Hening removed to Albemarle County. He became a member of the House of Delegates from Albemarle County in 1804 and from that date until his death in 1828 he continuously held public office. Hening wrote and edited a number of legal works including the well known Virginia Justice, Hening and Munford's Reports, and he assisted Benjamin Watkins Leigh in the 1st edition of the Code of 1819. His most outstanding work, however, was the important Statutes at Large, being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia which he published in thirteen volumes. This volume 1 contains a copy of the U.S. Constitution, Ancient Charters relating to the First Settlement of Viginia, A Complete volume index, and other early laws. ; Hening Statutes; Vol. 1; 12mo; 639 pages; 
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5 Hening, William Waller The Statutes At Large; Being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature in 1619. Vol X, 1779-1781
Richmond VA George Cochran 1822 First Edition; Various Hardcover Poor with no dust jacket 
1st edition. Hardback fair/no dust Vol X, 1779-1781. Very Heavy Foxing, water spots, Leather cover has taped spine. Contents complete. Needs recovered. Indexed. In 1823, the Virginia General Assembly passed an act that the proceeds from the sales of Hening's Statutes at Large were to be used for a public library, and the date, 1823, marks the formal beginning of the Virginia State Library. In 1789 Hening was admitted to the practice of law in the city of Fredericksburg together with John Marshall, James Monroe, John Fenton Mercer, John Taylor, John T. Brook; Robert Brooke and others. After practicing law for a short time in Fredericksburg, Hening removed to Albemarle County. He became a member of the House of Delegates from Albemarle County in 1804 and from that date until his death in 1828 he continuously held public office. Hening wrote and edited a number of legal works including the well known Virginia Justice, Hening and Munford's Reports, and he assisted Benjamin Watkins Leigh in the 1st edition of the Code of 1819. His most outstanding work, however, was the important Statutes at Large, being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia which he published in thirteen volumes.; Hening Statutes; 12mo; 639 pages; 
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