INAUGURATION SPEECHES OF JOHN ADAMS AND THOMAS JEFFERSON AS PRESIDENT AND VICE - PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, RESPECTIVELY, PRINTED IN THE COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1797.

Boston: Printed and published on Wednesdays and Saturdays, by Benjamin Russell, 1797. Folio. [4] pp, each page in four columns. Old folds, minor loss. Good+.

The speeches of Adams and Jefferson are printed on page [2], in two-and-one-half columns. The Centinel also reports that "an indentured mulatto servant Boy, by the name of Daniel, about 12 years old, a thick and well set boy," has run away. Item #37040

Price: $350.00