REPLY OF JULIUS L. BROWN ATTORNEY CINCINNATI AND GEORGIA RAIL ROAD CO., TO ARGUMENT OF GENERAL E.P. ALEXANDER, FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY, BEFORE SENATE COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS AND RAIL ROADS, GEORGIA LEGISLATURE, AUGUST 19, 1881. IS THE PROPERTY OF A RAILROAD MONOPOLY MORE SACRED THAN THAT OF AN INDIVIDUAL?

Atlanta: Constitution Publishing Company, 1881. Original staples and printed wrappers. 37, [1 blank] pp. Many contemporary and learned pencil notes in margins, on final blank, and inner rear wrapper. Wraps dirty, spine eroded. Good+.

Georgia's Senate Committee held hearings on the proposed bill to incorporate the Cincinnati and Georgia Rail Road. Brown, its attorney, attacks the bill's opponents. Instead of seeking the public good, they wish only to maintain their unfair superiority as railroad monopolists.
De Renne 795. OCLC 10851586 [2-UVA, UGA] [as of October 2012]. Item #28779

Price: $150.00

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