Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Bradford, . Folio. , 590-704, iii, [1 blank] pp. Unbound and loose, with original plain front wrapper. Untrimmed, Very Good. An interesting and busy post-Revolutionary session, incorporating the German Lutheran Congregation of Germantown, protecting the frontier from Indians, regulating elections, repealing the charter of the Bank.....
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[Harrisburg: 1852]. 7,  blank pp. Disbound. Scattered foxing. Good+. Governor Bigler expresses his "anxiety," and his reasons therefor, concerning Pennsylvania's enthusiastic expenditures on public works and the extent of the bonded debt incurred. With material on Pennsylvania railroads and canals.