Extracts from the Records of the United Colonies of New England. Comprising such portions of the records as are not published in the Second Volume of Hazard's State Papers. From the Original Manuscript, in the Secretary's Office at Hartford.
(Trumbull, J.H., Compiler)

Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood and Company, 1859. F 46 pages, unopened and untrimmed, with very large borders; (from Trumbull's prefatory note, regarding the group of informal meetings at Plymouth in September, 1652, the special Meeting at Hartford, August, 1673 and meetings at Hartford & Boston on later dates): "...These records are now, for the first time, printed, from the original manuscript; and with them, are incorporated such letters and reports, belonging to the files of the Commissioners, as are preserved in the Connecticut archives..."; the work of James Hammond Trumbull (1821-1897) noted American historian, philologist, and bibliographer; not bound, simply side stab-sewn, no covering wraps; light soiling and wear; very good condition and interesting early Colonial America reference material for New England. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 18055)


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