Book: Good. Dj: Good. 8vo. Author. 303 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/4. Blue boards with gold lettering. Blue and white dj with blue lettering. Boards show slight wear to corners, brief gift inscription with author's signature on ffep. Dj has moderate creasing, chipping, and there is a 1/2" tear at top.
Tuscaloosa AL, University of Alabama Press, 1970, hardcover, 303 pp, First Edition, First Printing, Very Good+ in Very Good+ dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean with no markings, slight corner and spine-end bumps. Dustjacket price-clipped, light rubs, slight edge nicks, in new Brodart sleeve. An in-depth examination of the local and national activities of seven outstanding 17th century English lawyers in this tumultuous decade and their role in the Revolution Settlement of 1689 and the passage of the Bill of Rights by Parliament. Appended: Conclusion, Notes, Bibliography of Works Cited, Index.
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