Argument of Charles G. Loring, Esq. on Behalf of the Remonstrance of the Boston and Lowell Railroad Co. Against the Petition of J.S. Cabot and Others, for a Railroad from Salem to Lowell, Delivered Before the Joint Committee on Railroads and Canals....

N.p. N.p. [Joint Committee on Railroads and Canals], 1848. Paperback. Small 4to. Original green printed wrappers. 38pp. Very good. Slightest of wear to outer wrappers (only), though internally fine and bright. Item #19814

The Boston and Lowell Railroad feared "nothing short of the ruin of the Boston and Lowell Railroad Corporation" because of a loophole that allowed competitors to intersect their lines at will, without having to prove "public convenience -- this is their detailed, technical objection. Exceptionally attractive copy. First edition. Not in Sabin.

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