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Nevada Senate Journal 1867  

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Journal of the Senate During the Third Session of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, 1867


Carson City

Joseph E. Eckley



(8vo) 9x5½", period half calf and marbled boards. First Edition.

Journal of the 3rd session of the Nevada State Senate, appended with reports including: 2nd inaugural address of H.G. Blasdel; 1st biennial message of Governor Blasdel; Annual report of Controller of the state of Nevada for 1866; Annual report of the State Treasurer of the state of Nevada for 1866; 1st biennial report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction; Annual report of the Warden of the Nevada State Prison; 3rd annual report of the state library; Report of Committee on Federal Relations; Report of the Surveyor General of Nevada; Nevada State Mineralogist's Report for 1866; Journal of Explorations in Southern Nevada in the spring of 1866.

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