FRANKLIN, WALTER S. and WALTER LOWRIE, ET AL., EDITORS: AMERICAN STATE PAPERS. DOCUMENTS, LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE, OF THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THE FIRST SESSION OF THE FIRST TO THE SECOND SESSION OF THE TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS, INCLUSIVE: COMMENCING MARCH 3, 1789 AND ENDING MARCH 3, 1833. Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1832-1861. A huge assemblage of original American historical material, including maps, plans, and documents. The 38 volumes are broken down into 10 classes as follows: I. Foreign Relations. Six volumes. Volume I (1833), Volume II (1832), Volume III (1832), Volume IV (1834), Volume V (1858; block split), Volume VI (1859; block split). II. Indian Affairs. Two volumes. Volume I (1832; block split) Volume II (1834). III. Finance. Five volumes. Volume I (1832), Volume II (1832), Volume III (1834), Volume IV (1858), Volume V (1859). IV. Commerce and Navigation. Two volumes. Volume I (1832), Volume II (1834). V. Military Affairs. Seven volumes. Volume I (1832), Volume II (1834), Volume III (1860; block split), Volume IV (1860), Volume V (1860), Volume VI (1861), Volume VII (1861). VI. Naval Affairs. Four volumes. Volume I (1834), Volume II (1860), Volume III (1860), Volume IV (1861). VII. Post Office Department. One volume. Volume I (1834). VIII. Public Lands. Eight volumes. Volume I (1832), Volume II (1834), Volume III (1834; block split), Volume IV (1859), Volume V (1860; folding maps), Volume VI (1860; folding maps, some dampstaining), Volume VII (1860; dampstaining), Volume VIII (1861). IX. Claims. One volume. Volume I (1834). X. Miscellaneous. Two volumes. Volume I (1834), Volume II (1834; dampstaining). An exlibrary set in contemporary calf, with library markings. Most of the boards are detached, and many of the backstrips are damaged or missing; text complete, but noted if block is broken. Occasional dampstaining. (Cohen 6900, Sabin 1228, Shaw & Shoemaker 15201, Howes A212, Larned 2484).
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