ACTS PASSED AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA ... IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND ... IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND NINETEEN (1819) [BOUND WITH] ... ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY (1820) [BOUND WITH] ... ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE (1821) [BOUND WITH] ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO (1822) [BOUND WITH] ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE (1823). FIVE YEARS BOUND TOGETHER
ACTS PASSED AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA ... IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND ... IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND NINETEEN (1819) [BOUND WITH] ... ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY (1820) [BOUND WITH] ... ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE (1821) [BOUND WITH] ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO (1822) [BOUND WITH] ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE (1823). FIVE YEARS BOUND TOGETHER
ACTS PASSED AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA ... IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND ... IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND NINETEEN (1819) [BOUND WITH] ... ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY (1820) [BOUND WITH] ... ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE (1821) [BOUND WITH] ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO (1822) [BOUND WITH] ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE (1823). FIVE YEARS BOUND TOGETHER

ACTS PASSED AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA ... IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND ... IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND NINETEEN (1819) [BOUND WITH] ... ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY (1820) [BOUND WITH] ... ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE (1821) [BOUND WITH] ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO (1822) [BOUND WITH] ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE (1823). FIVE YEARS BOUND TOGETHER

Richmond: Thomas Ritchie, 1819 - 1823.

First Edition. Five years bound together of the Acts of the Virginia General Assembly from 1819 through 1823. From the legal library of William Brent, of “Richland” near Aquia in Stafford County and so noted in his hand. With much on the financing of the building of the University of Virginia; slaves of course; the James River Company; expansion of transportation, turnpike companies; and much more original material about the Commonwealth in the early days of the Republic. Pages are darkened and foxed; in full calf with morocco labels.

Item #277501

Price: $750.00