Americana Lot: Ephemera and Two Pamphlets.
Seven printed documents, late 18th and early 19th century, filled out and signed by hand, mostly judgments of the court in Suffolk County; and approximately eight written indictments, same period, with tears, stains and other faults.
Together with: An Address to the Citizens of Massachusetts, on the Causes and Remedy of our National Distresses, by a Fellow Sufferer, Boston: Printed at the Repertory Office, 1808, 13 pps., octavo, stab-sewn, stained, holes with loss; and John Quincy Adams's An Address Delivered at the Request of the Committee of Arrangements for Celebrating the Anniversary of Independence, Cambridge: at the University Press, by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1821, 34 pps., octavo, in blue paper wraps, water stained throughout, contemporary signatures on title.
Both pamphlets have water stains and old inscriptions. The manuscript documents have some chipping, some are broken at the folds, typical toning and water stains.
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