Charter Of The City Of Louisville Of 1851 And Ordinances Of The City In Force On The 24th of June, 1869.@c.

Elliott, Robert J, Editor

Published by The Century Company, Louisville, 1869
Condition: Good Soft cover
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1062pp, three-quarter black leather and textured publisher's cloth, gilt lines and lettering at spine, extremities worn, leather worn at ends of spine and bottom of boards, corners showing through. A tight copy, which is surprising given the thickness. Includes A Collection of Acts of the General Assembly of Kentucky from the Establishment of the Town of Louisville in May, 1780, to March 15, 1869, Relating to the City and Various Incorporated Companies within the City Limits Together with Various Contracts Between the City and the Different Street Railway Companies. Bookseller Inventory # 014970

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Title: Charter Of The City Of Louisville Of 1851 ...

Publisher: The Century Company, Louisville

Publication Date: 1869

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Good

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