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Topics generally include Kentucky law and legislation.
Correspondence between George Nicholas, Esq. of Kentucky, and the Hon. Robert G. Harper, member of Congress from the district of 96, state of South Carolina.
Report of a committee of the Senate of Kentucky to which was referred that part of the governor's message relating to the decisions and jurisdiction of the federal court.
Report of the committee appointed on the tenth ultimo, of the memorial of the legislature of Kentucky, 19 March 1806
Denies the request of the Kentucky legislature for aid in opening a canal to avoid the rapids of the Ohio river.
Many of the acts pertain to the Revolution, including acts to provision a militia for the relief of South Carolina, to punish desertion, to provide better wages for those guarding the frontier against Native American attacks, to establish the town of…
An index of Kentucky laws passed in June and November of 1792, 1793, and 1794. Calculated for the use and convenience of magistrates, attorneys, sheriffs, clerks, coroners, and others, who are necessitated to have frequent recourse to the law.
An expose of the relief system: by a protest and resolutions offered by Robert Wickliffe, but refused to be printed by a vote of the House of Representatives; to which is added the yeas and nays on the motion to print said protest.
Mary Frances, Louisville, Kentucky to Corporal Louis J. Discher, Co. F, 120 Infantry, 30 Division, American Expeditionary Forces.