LECTURES ON HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT, SERIES ONE, 1923-1924.
Printed at Kells. Introduction by George H. Ryden followed by "America's Safeguard of Liberty" by Hugh M. Morris, "American Constitutional Government" by Willard Saulsbury, "Growth of the Federal Constitution by Judicial Interpretation" by Robert H. Richards, "Present-Day Problems and the Constitution" by Henry Ridgely and "Right of Petition" by John P. Nields.
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> UNITED STATES, DELAWARE
> NIELDS, JOHN P.
> SAULSBURY, WILLA
> RICHARDS, ROBERT
> RIDGELY, HENRY
> RYDEN, GEORGE H.
> MORRIS, HUGH M.
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> from the collection of Charles Haas (Delaware & Brandywine Books)
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> Weslager, C.A., DELAWARE'S BURIED PAST, A STORY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL ADVENTURE.
> Hoffecker, Carol E., DELAWARE, A BICENTENNIAL HISTORY.
> DELAWARE HISTORY.
A COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE ART OF FENCE.
by Thimm, Carl A.
First edition. (Besterman 2139). A bibliography of works on fencing, duelling, swordsmanship, and related matters. Organized alphabetically with full publication data for each entry. Index includes topics, titles, and language. Appendix, "Duelling in 1890" by the author. Boards rubbed and scuffed at edges. Bookplate on front pastedown. Newspaper clipping pasted to front free endpaper. Title page darkened. Notes in pencil on back free endpaper and pastedown. Hinges cracking.