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

Hartfored, Judd, Loomis, 1836. Contemporary quarter sheep and paper boards lettered in gilt on the spine, 119 pp., frontispiece woodcut. Subjects addressed in this early law code include: Burglary and Theft, Fornication, Highways, Gaming, Indians, Innkeepers, and tobacco use. The frontispiece depicts a constable collaring a truculant miscreant for the public use of tobacco - an offense punishable by a six-pence fine. Scattered light foxing, covers rubbed, worn at the head, heel, and extremities. Very good. Item #7447

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