The Constitution, or Frame of Government, for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,. Agreed on by the Delegates of the People, in Convention, begun and held at Cambridge on the First Day of September 1779, and continued, by Adjournments, to the second Day of March 1780, afterwards Ratified by the People.
Worcester, MA: Isaiah Thomas, 1787. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Inscription of George Todd (presumed to be minor revolutionary war figure). "The First Worcester Printing" of the final ratified Constitution for Massachusetts. (Sabin 45691; Evans 20512) Noted flaw notwithstanding, a handsome copy of this important and rather scarce work. Good+. Light shelf/edge wear, chip at p97 with related tear repaired by tape (repairable), ownership inscription at ffep, leaves evenly toned, else tight, bright and unmarred. Full brown leather binding (period). 18mo. 107pp. Item #6223
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