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Camden & Amboy Railroad Company:

FREE LEGISLATION FOR RAILROADS. A HISTORY OF THE RAILROAD CONFLICT IN THE EIGHTY-FOURTH LEGISLATURE OF NEW JERSEY; AND THE OPENING OF FREE LEGISLATION FOR RAILROADS. COMPILED FROM AUTHENTIC SOURCES.

Murphy & Bechtel, Trenton: 1860 Original printed wrappers [light numerical rubberstamp, rear wrap torn], stitched, 80pp. Scattered foxing, Good+. The head of the wrapper title reads, 'Read and Hand to your Neighbor.' "A condemnation of the Camden and Amboy Railroad Company and the railroad monopoly in New Jersey. The anonymous author examines the various railroad bills presented at the recent session of the legislature and demonstrates the power of the monopoly interests in influencing the legislators to pass or reject bills according to the wishes of the monopoly. Most of the pamphlet is devoted to the bill for a Hoboken and Newark railroad and the dispute between the Camden and Amboy Railroad Company and the New Jersey Railroad Company." Felcone. FIRST EDITION. Felcone 710.


Book Id: 19670

Price: $275.00

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