THE CODE OF 1650, BEING A COMPILATION OF THE EARLIEST LAWS AND ORDERS OF THE GENERAL COURT OF CONNECTICUT: ALSO, THE CONSTITUTION, OR CIVIL COMPACT, ENTERED INTO AND ADOPTED BY THE TOWNS OF WINDSOR, HARTFORD, AND WETHERSFIELD IN 1638-9 TO WHICH IS ADDED SOME EXTRACTS FROM THE LAWS AND JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEW-HAVEN COLONY COMMONLY CALLED BLUE-LAWS.

THE CODE OF 1650, BEING A COMPILATION OF THE EARLIEST LAWS AND ORDERS OF THE GENERAL COURT OF CONNECTICUT: ALSO, THE CONSTITUTION, OR CIVIL COMPACT, ENTERED INTO AND ADOPTED BY THE TOWNS OF WINDSOR, HARTFORD, AND WETHERSFIELD IN 1638-9 TO WHICH IS ADDED SOME EXTRACTS FROM THE LAWS AND JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEW-HAVEN COLONY COMMONLY CALLED BLUE-LAWS.

  • Hartford, CT: Andrus & Judd, 1835.
  • 16mo.
  • original quarter leather, paper-covered boards
  • 119+(1) pages

Price: $35.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 126915

Rinderknecht 31124. Advertisement, index. A compilation of the constitution of Connecticut, and some of the laws of the early Connecticut and New Haven colonies. Frontispiece. Ex-library with markings and bookplate. Covers and spine rubbed and scuffed. Front inside hinge cracked. Pencil notations on front free endpaper. Tanning and foxing.