The American Museum for the Year 1798; or Annual 

Register of Fugitive Pieces, Native and Modern

This remarkable volume contains the speech that William Pinkney of Maryland gave on the Condition of the African race before a legislative session in November, 1789. It also hold the inauguration speech of John Adams as president of the United States on March 4, 1797.

Published by: Matthew Carey

Hardback is overall in GOOD condition.

  • Bound in leather and decorative paper.
  • Spine features black title block and gilt trim,
  • Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown,
  • Boards show minor scuffing to corners and bottom right front.
  • Binding tight.
  • Deckled pages.
  • Name of library on front endpaper.
  • Number in pencil on title page upper right,
  • Outside margin of pages 373-376 cut with loss of a few letters at very bottom of page 375.
  • Light to moderate foxing but all text is legible.
  • No writing, highlighting, underlining or other intentional marks.
  • Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear.
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This is followed by the response of the Senate. These are only two of dozens of pieces offered here, 416 pages. 6" by 9".

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Binding: Hardcover
Subject: History
Topic: Political
Year Printed: 1799
Origin: American
Publisher: Matthew Carey
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Original/Facsimile: Original
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