The advertisement above claims that these books should be in the library of every North Carolinian. Well, I can imagine that the vast majority of our state’s fine citizens do not have these titles in their personal library (I know I don’t), but I can assure you that the North Carolina Collection does. I’m including links to the online catalog description of the items below. In fact, the top three items have been digitized by the Internet Archive, so if you have a computer and an internet connection in your residence, maybe you do have some of the titles in your personal library.
Historical sketches of North Carolina : from 1584 to 1851, compiled from original records, official documents and traditional statements : with biographical sketches of her distinguished statesmen, jurists, lawyers, soldiers, divines, etc.
Proceedings and debates of the Convention of North Carolina : called to amend the constitution of the state, which assembled at Raleigh, June 4, 1835, to which are subjoined the convention act and the amendments to the constitution.
A new and complete North Carolina form-book : containing forms of all those legal instruments which the people have occasion to use ; and furnishing, also, a guide to justices of the peace, sheriffs, clerks, constables, coroners, school-committees, &c. : compiled from the best sources, being an improvement on all works of the kind formerly in use, and intended as a companion to Cantwell’s N.C. Justice : to which are added the Constitution of North Carolina and of the United States, an account of the principal officers of the state, and of the counties, titles of address, &c., &c.