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[Carey, Henry Charles]:

LETTERS TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW JERSEY, ON THE FRAUDS, EXTORTIONS, AND OPPRESSIONS OF THE RAILROAD MONOPOLY. BY A CITIZEN OF BURLINGTON.

Carey and Hart, Philadelphia: 1848 64pp. Disbound. Institutional rubberstamps on two blank portions of title page. Light wear, Good+. Sixteen letters written by Carey, whose crusade against the legislative monopoly enjoyed by the Camden & Amboy Railroad Company challenged the New Jersey establishment. He cites instance after instance of fraudulent and oppressive conduct by the Company. OCLC 11946347 [10]. Not in Felcone.


Book Id: 19777

Price: $175.00

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