Providence: George H. Whitney, 1853. 32pp, stitched in original printed wrappers [loosened]. Persistent stain to first five leaves, Good+.
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Providence: Charles Burnett, 1848. 56pp, stitched, original printed wrappers [minor extremity wear, spine wear]. Else Near Fine. The constitutionality of Rhode Island's Charter government, as well as the Dorr Constitution, reached the Supreme Court after Martin Luther, a Dorr "insurgent," challenged the authority of the existing Rhode Island government...
Providence: Stillwell, 1844. Port. frontis of Thomas Dorr with tissue guard [foxed]. 324pp. Original cloth, Very Good plus. A thorough and sympathetic evaluation of the Dorrites and their political movement for democracy in Rhode Island. Ascribed to Frances Green or Catherine R. Williams. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 48898. Not in Bartlett or AI.
Boston: Tappan & Dennet, 1844. 131, (1)pp. Disbound neatly, without wrappers. Else Very Good. The only State without a written constitution, Rhode Island still governed itself under its colonial charter, barring about half the adult males from the suffrage. Dorr led the effort to change his State's political system...
Washington: 1844. 16pp. Disbound. Good+. Anti-Dorr.