Sacramento: O.M. Clayes, 1864. lxxxvii,,710,,16pp. Contemporary pigskin, rebacked in matching style, gilt morocco spine labels. New endpapers. Light stain in lower margin of last few pages, else quite clean internally. Very good. In a cloth chemise and half morocco and cloth slipcase, spine gilt. Item #WRCAM44179
Laws and statutes of the state of California for 1863- 1864, printed in Spanish. The laws were printed by the official state printer in Sacramento, and translated into Spanish by the official state translator, Señora N. Florida Brown. The printing of California statutes in Spanish began in 1854, and shows the efforts the young state took to include Spanish-speaking citizens in its civic life.