1835 1ed Americana Science of Government Constitution LAW Declaration of Independence
Andrew Young’s ‘Introduction to the Science of Government’ is a rare 19th-century legal treatise covering the establishment of an American government system. This work discusses powers of the governmental branches, human rights and liberties, differentiating forms of government, and how the United States formed its governing bodies through colonization. First published in 1835, this work includes important American documents including the Declaration of Independence and state constitutions.
Item number: #4745
Introduction to the science of government : and compend of constitutional and statutory law ; comprehending a general view of the government of the United States ; with practical observations on the duties of citizens ; adapted to purposes of instruction in families and schools
Warsaw [N.Y.] : Spencer & Lewis, printers, 1835. First edition.
Collation: Complete with all pages
, IV-XV, , -304
Handwritten – Euram S. Bradley
Stamp – Spencer H. Bradley
Binding: Leather; tight & secure
Size: ~7in X 4.25in (18cm x 11cm)
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