Lot 48 of 455:
Second Inaugural Address of H. G. Blasdel 1867  

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Lot closed - Sold For:$570
Estimate:
$500 - $800

Title:
Second Inaugural Address of H. G. Blasdel, Governor of the State of Nevada. Delivered January 8th, 1867...also First Biennial Message.
Author:
Blasdel, H.G.
Place:
Carson City
Publisher:
J.E. Eckley, State Printer
Date:
1867
Description:

22 pp. (8vo), original printed pink wrappers. 

Front cover inscribed, "Compl. of H.G.B." This address by Nevada's first governor covers mining, losses from Indian depredation, the new boundaries of the state, and gambling. "Gaming is an intolerable and inexcusable vice....Every energy of the state should be invoked to suppress it." 

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Condition:
Vertical crease; light soiling to wrappers, with chipping to spine, crease and closed tear to bottom edge of rear wrapper; rubbed area on title page, apparently from removal of label; about very good.
 
Item number:
309240
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