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"Blue" (or Quaker) Laws, “By an Antiquarian " (Royal Ralph

Hinman). Bound with “Blue Laws, Quaker Laws and Witch-
craft.”
x + 336 p. 12mo.

Hartford, 1838. Early Laws, etc. (1630-39); J[ames] Hammond Trumbull. [Bound

with “ Blue Laws, True and False.”)
vi + 360 p. 12mo.

Hartford, 1876. Laws Enacted by Governor Sir Edmund Andros (1686-89) and

his Council for the territory and dominion of New England,
1686-89; 2, 3, 4 and 5 James II. Contained in “Laws of New
Hampshire.” Vol. 1, Province period, pp. 143-258.
xcix + 914 p. 8o.

Manchester, 1904. Collection of Proceedings (1729) of the general court or Assem

bly. Containing instructions from the Crown to the council for fixing a salary on the governour .

As also the methods for supporting the sereral governours since the ... present charter. Printed by T. Fleet. 1 leaf + 3–112 p.

Boston, 1729. Shown in Ford and Matthews “ Bibliography of Laws of

Mass. Bay,” p. 67.
Proceedings of the House of Representatives relative to the

convening, holding and keeping the General Assembly at Har-
vard College in Cambridge. [Partly in pen and ink MS.]
83 p. 16mo.

MS. t.p. Boston, 1770. Articles of Confederation and perpetual union between the (13

original] states; also the recommendations of Congress, and the resolve of the General Court. See

See “Revised Laws," [Binder's Title). Printed Lancaster (Pennsylvania); reprinted by John Gill. 16 + 485 p. Folio.

Boston, 1777. See also “ Perpetual Laws,” Boston, 1789. (5) + 48 + 495

+ vi p. Folio. Perpetual Laws ” “ from the establishment of the Constitution to

the 1st session of the General Court 1788." (Prefixed is the
state constitution or frame of government.] Printed by Isaiah
Thomas.
389 p. 8o.

Worcester, 1788. “From the commencement of the Constitution in October, 1780,

to ... May, 1789.” Prefixed are the Declaration of Independence, articles of confederation, constitution of the Commonwealth, treaty of peace between Great Britain and America, Perpetual Laws — Continued.

and the constitution of the United States. Published by order
of the General Court. Printed by Adams and Yourse.
(5) + 48 + 495 + vi p. Folio.

Boston, 1789. “From the establishment of the constitution in 1780 to the end

of 1816." With constitutions of the United States and of
the Commonwealth; also an appendix containing laws of the
colony, province and state, unrevised or respecting the title
of real estate.
5 vols. 8°, as follows:-

Vol. 1, printed by Thomas and Andrews, Boston, March, 1801.
Vol. 2, printed by Isaiah Thomas, Worcester, 1799.
Vol. 3, printed by Thomas and Andrews, Boston, March, 1801.
Vol. 4, printed by Thomas and Andrews, Boston, June, 1807.

Vol. 5, entitled “Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,” published

by Thomas and Andrews, Boston, May, 1817. “ Index to the Laws" from the adoption of the constitution to

1796. By Benjamin Whitman.
152 p. 16mo.

Worcester, 1797. "Laws of the Commonwealth

passed from the year 1780 to the end of the year 1800." With constitutions of the United States and of the Commonwealth; also appendix containing laws of the colony, province and state, unrevised or respecting the title of real estate. Printed by Manning and Loring. 2 vols. 8°.

Boston, 1801. Resolves of the General Court of Massachusetts respecting the

sale of Eastern Lands (Maine), with reports of committees
appointed to sell said lands; from Mar. 1, 1781, to (June 22,
1803).
287 p. 8°.

Boston, 1803. Laws of the Commonwealth.” [Binder's Label “ Original Edi

tion'], being three pamphlets printed by Adams and Rhoades

(bound in 1 vol.), containing the laws of the following sessions: May 28, 1806. 29 p. January 7, 1807. 130 + (4) p. May 27, 1807. 72 p.

29 + 130 + (4) + 72 p. 8°. (Title page imprint] Boston, 1806. “From November 28, 1780, to February 28, 1807.” With consti

tutions of the United States and of the Commonwealth; also
appendix containing the laws of the colony, province and state,
unrevised, or respecting the title of real estate.
3 vols. 80.

Boston, June, 1807. (Vols. 1 and 2 printed by Buckingham for Thomas and Andrews, and Manning and Loring. Vol. 3 printed by Manning and Loring.)

“Patriotick Proceedings" of the legislature of Massachusetts dur

ing their session from Jan. 26 to March 4, 1809. Consisting
of (a speech, reports, memorial to congress, and an address to
the people). Printed by Joshua Cushing.
130 + (1) p. 8°.

Boston, 1809. Public and General Laws" from February 28, 1807, to

February 16, 1816.” Published by order of the Legislature.
Printed by Wells and Lilly. Marked " Vol. IV.”
(3) + 529 + xxii p. 8°.

Boston, 1816. “Compendium and Digest of the Laws." William Charles White. 4 vols. 8°, as follows:

Boston, 1809–11. Vol. 1 in 2 parts; vol. 2, in 2 parts; vol. 3 in 2 parts; vol. 4 in 1 part, each

part separately bound, making 7 vols. in all. “Laws of the Commonwealth" " from February 28, 1807, to

February 29, 1812.” Printed for Thomas and Andrews.

“Vol. 1, New Series.” 16 + 323 p. 8°. Boston, May, 1812. "From February 28, 1807, to February 27, 1813.” Published by Thomas and Andrews.

Boston, May, 1813. “Vol. 1, New Series.” (2) + 442 + 16 p. 8°. Ancient Charters and Laws of Massachusetts-Bay." (Binder's

Title.) Charters and General Laws of the Colony and Province
of Massachusetts-Bay. With appendix (explaining] the spirit,
progress and history of the jurisprudence of the State, especially
in a moral and political view. (Nathan Dane, William Prescott
and Joseph Story, committee.] Published by order of the Gen-
eral Court.
vii + 868 p. 8°.

Boston, 1814. Convention of Delegates from the states of Massachusetts, Con

necticut, Rhode Island, and certain counties of New Hamp-
shire and Vermont, convened at Hartford, Connecticut, Dec.
15, 1814, (to devise means of defense, and of relief from
oppressions). 3d edition. Appended to octavo Resolves of
the General Court of the year 1815, “Vol. 14 A.”
32 p. 8o.

Boston, 1815. "Laws of the Commonwealth" from November 28, 1780, to February

16, 1816 inclusive. Published by order of the General Court. 4 vols. 8°.

Boston, 1807-16. (Vols. 1, 2, and 3 cover the period from November 28, 1780, to February 28, 1807 inclusive. Printed by Thomas and Andrews and Manning and Loring, and are called “Laws."

Vol. 4 covers the period from February 28, 1807, to February 16, 1816 inclusive. Printed by Wells and Lilly, and is called “Public and General Laws.'']

“ General Laws" from the adoption of the constitution to February,

1822. Revised and published by authority of the legislature.
By Asahel Stearns, Lemuel Shaw and Theron Metcalf.
2 vols. 8°.

Boston, 1823. [For vol. 3, see next title.] “General Laws" from June 1822 to June 1831. Edited by Theron

Metcalf.
Vol. 3.

(Title page imprint] Boston, 1827. (For vols. 1 and 2 see preceding title.]

(Appended are general laws of sessions to January 1835 inclusive.]
Session, (January], 1833 (marked “No. 2 '). “By a Member of

the Suffolk Bar.”
58–113 + iv p. (pamph.). 8°.

Boston, 1833. “Revised Statutes" (1836). Theron Metcalf and Horace Mann,

commissioners“ by virtue of a resolve of November 3, 1835.” xvi + 1007 p. 8o.

[Boston, 1836.] Supplements to [1844). Theron Metcalf and Luther S. Cushing. xliv + 353 p. 8o.

Boston, 1844.
Supplement (vol. 1) containing statutes to 1853 inclusive (com-

prising supplements previously published). By Theron Metcalf
and Luther S. Cushing.
lviii + 1116 p. 8o.

Boston, 1854.
Supplements. {Binder's Label “ Vol. 2, 1854-1859.”]
703 + ix p. 8°.

n.t.p. N.D. Report, Charles Jackson, to the Senate, relating to a comparison of

the Revised Statutes with existing general laws, and the effect
upon the latter of the repealing clause contained in the former.
With recommendations. Dated January 11, 1836. Senate
Doc. No. 2, 1836.
108 p. 8o.

[Title page imprint] Boston, 1836. “ Revised Statutes ... and Additional Laws to 1844" reduced

to questions and answers. For the use of schools and families.
By William B. Wedgwood.
viii + 116 p. 16mo.

Boston, 1844. Debates and Proceedings in the Massachusetts legislature at the

session begun January 2, and prorogued on June 6, 1856. Re-
ported for the Boston Daily Advertiser.
viïi + 424 p. 8o.

Boston, 1856. Debates and Proceedings — Continued.

At the regular session begun January 7, and ended May 30, 1857,

and also at the special session begun July 14, and ended July 31,
1857. Reported for the Boston Daily Advertiser.
vi + 462 p. 8°.

Boston, 1857. “ General Statutes" (1860), edited and published under authority

of the legislature. [By W. A. Richardson and G. P. Sanger.) xiv + 1126 p. 4to.

Boston, 1860 Supplement. (1860 to 1866.] “Laws ...

“ Laws . . . subsequently to the ... General Statutes" of 1860. Edited by W. A. Richardson and G. P. Sanger. Published by the Commonwealth. (4) + 572 p. 8°

Boston, N.D.
Supplement (vol. 1) (comprising the period from] 1860 to 1872.

By W. A. Richardson and G. P. Sanger.
(4) + 1120 p. 8o.

Boston, 1872. 2d ed. (Plates of 1st edition destroyed in great Boston fire of

1872.) By W. A. Richardson and G. P. Sanger.
xvi + 1126 p. 8o.

Boston, 1873.
Supplement. 2d ed. 1873. [Plates of 1st edition destroyed in

great Boston fire of 1872.] Vol. 1 (comprising the period from]
1860 to 1872. By W. A. Richardson and G. P. Sanger. With
" additional notes and references."
iv + 1116 p. 8o.

Boston, 1873.
Supplement, vol. 2 (comprising the period from 1873 to 1881].

By W. A. Richardson and G. P. Sanger.
(2) + 1010 p. 8°.

Boston, 1882. Index to Massachusetts Decisions in the Massachusetts

Reports from 1860 to 1877 inclusive." [Relating to] the Constitution, the General Statutes and the Acts and Resolves of the General Court since 1860. Compiled by C. H. S. Williams. x + 138 p. 8°.

Boston, 1878. " Public Statutes (1882), [" consolidating and arranging the Gen

eral Statutes," under a resolve of the legislature). Prepared by Charles Allen, U. H. Crocker, and J. M. Barker, commissioners. xliv + 1405 p. 8o.

Boston, 1882. Another edition was printed by Wright & Potter, Boston, 1883,

which is identical with the preceding, except as to the title page. [1882-87.) “With a new index.” Printed by Wright & Potter. xliv + 1297 + 559 p. 4to.

Boston, 1886.

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