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The Statutes At Large; Being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature in 1619., Hening, William Waller
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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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, Hening, William Waller
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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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, Hening, William Waller
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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The Statutes At Large; Being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature in 1619. Vol 1,, Hening, William Waller
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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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, Hening, William Waller
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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Constitution of the Grand Lodge, Statutes for the Government of Lodges and Protective Laws of the Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees, No Author Listed
6 No Author Listed Constitution of the Grand Lodge, Statutes for the Government of Lodges and Protective Laws of the Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees
Boston, MA Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship clerks 1955 First Edition; First Impression Paperback Very Good with No dust jacket as issued 
1955 printing. brown booklet with some minor rubs to cover. Clean contents. Book now in archival sleeve to protect condition. rare; 24mo 5" - 6" tall 
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Charter to William Penn and Laws of the Province of Pennsylvania ... Preced ed by Duke of York's Laws ..., Pennsylvania. Laws, Statutes, etc.
7 Pennsylvania. Laws, Statutes, etc. Charter to William Penn and Laws of the Province of Pennsylvania ... Preced ed by Duke of York's Laws ...
Harrisburg, PA Lane S. Hart 1879 First Edition; Various Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Dark brown cloth cover with minor wear to top and bottom of spine cloth. Overall very good condition. Front and rear pocket with 4 very large foldout charter facsimiles (dated 1878). "Preceded by Duke of York's Laws in force from the year 1676 to the year 1682, with an appendix. Containing laws relating to the organization of the Provincial Courts and Historical matters. Fully indexed and contains extensive historical notes. "Published under the direction of John Blair Linn .. compiled and edited by Staughton George, Benjamin M. Nead [and] Thomas McCamant" (title page). Contains the full te xt of the Duke of York's book of laws (1676) and Penn's charter/laws of 168 2 to 1700; plus facsimiles of 5 documents (2 each in front and rear endpape r pockets, 1 in text). Cloth bound. We provide delivery tracking on US orders. Book plate in front with "Clinton H. Coddington" imprinted. Clinton Coddington (Bud) was a well known West Point Graduate who practiced law in California. His vita partially reads "After four years in the Field Artillery, including command of Alpha Battery of the 7/11th in the 25th Inf Div, I left uniformed service to attend Boalt Hall School of Law at The University of California at Berkeley. After graduating in 1968, I became a member of the Calififornia Bar (with pro hoc vice admissions in numerous other states) and have continuously practiced for the past almost one-third of a century. I have devoted my efforts almost exclusively to the defense of the American aerospace industry airlines, manufacturers of engines, avionics, pilots, airframes, etc. They say that I have tried more 747 cases than anyone else; I know that I have lost the biggest one of all In Re Air Disaster at Lockerbie, Scotland, where I represented Pan American World Airways and all of the other defendants. Bud was a Pearl Harbor survivor. His father, L. Clinton Coddington, who was a Captain in the Army Air Corps stationed at Hickam Field at the time of the attack, later became a general in the Air Force. His late mother was Patricia Richer Coddington. As a young man Bud loved the Boy Scouts and became an Eagle Scout.Bud graduated from the United States Military Academy West Point, and was proud to be a member of the Long Gray Line. At West Point, Bud was a member of the Debate Team and traveled across the country participating in collegiate debate tournaments. After service in the United States Army, Bud attended the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall), and graduated in 1969. ; Engravings, charts; 
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The law governing cities and towns in the state of Indiana  Including all statutes of the state appertaining to cities and towns; thoroughly annotated, with complete forms of procedure, Thornton, W. W
8 Thornton, W. W The law governing cities and towns in the state of Indiana Including all statutes of the state appertaining to cities and towns; thoroughly annotated, with complete forms of procedure
Cincinnati, OH W.H. Anderson Co 1930 Eighth Edition; Various Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Red cover with gold printing. Very large, heavy book. Book of laws for cities and towns of Indiana. Rare. ; 1476 pages; p 
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