The Laws and Courts of Northwest and Indiana TerritoriesThe Laws and Courts of Northwest and Indiana Territories



JURISDICTION OF GOVERNOR AND JUDGES OVER THE DIsTRICT OF LOUISIANA . By an act of Congress passed March 26th , 1804 , the executive and judicial power vested in the governor and judges of the Indiana territory was extended over the ...

Author: Daniel Wait Howe

Publisher: Indianapolis : Bowen-Merrill

ISBN: IND:30000101938110

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The Laws and Courts of the Northwest and Indiana TerritoriesThe Laws and Courts of the Northwest and Indiana Territories



Some of the laws adopted by the governor and judges of the Indiana territory were clearly objectionable upon the same ... this period several laws were adopted by the governor and judges for the government of the district of Louisiana .

Author: Daniel Wait Howe

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105037319535

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Indiana Historical Society Pamphlets The laws and courts of Northwest and Indiana territories By D W Howe 1886Indiana Historical Society Pamphlets The laws and courts of Northwest and Indiana territories By D W Howe 1886



JURISDICTION OF GOVERNOR AND JUDGES OVER THE DIsTRICT OF LOUISIANA . By an act of Congress passed March 26th , 1804 the executive and judicial power vested in the governor and judges of the Indiana territory was extended over the ...

Author: Indiana Historical Society

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ISBN: HARVARD:HX3S19

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510 INDIANA . Laws for the government of the District of Louisiana , passed by the Governor and Judges of the Indiana Territory , at their First Session , uegun ( sic ) and held at Vincennes , on Monday the first day of October , 1804.

Author: American Art Association, Anderson Galleries (Firm)

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ISBN: UIUC:30112109671336

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Some of the laws adopted by the governor and judges of the Indiana territory were clearly objectionable upon the same ... this period several laws were adopted by the governor and judges for the government of the district of Louisiana .

Author: Indiana Historical Society

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924106132040

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Vol. 1, t.-p. dated 1897, includes the Society's proceedings and all papers and publications from its organization in 1830 to 1886. Each succeeding volume made up from papers originally issued separately. Vol. 6, no. 4 contains minutes of the society, 1886-1918.

Hand list of Legislative Sessions and Sessions Laws Statutory Revisions Compilations Codes Etc and Constitutional Conventions of the United States and Its Possessions and of the Several States to May 1912Hand list of Legislative Sessions and Sessions Laws Statutory Revisions Compilations Codes Etc and Constitutional Conventions of the United States and Its Possessions and of the Several States to May 1912



Session laws called " Acts." Since 1826, called " Laws." SESSION LAWS. District " Laws for the government of the district of Louisiana passed by the Governor and Judges of the Indiana Territory at their 1st session, Uegun (sic) and held ...

Author: Charles Jacob Babbitt

Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781584772934

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Babbitt, Charles J. Hand-List of Legislative Sessions and Session Laws Statutory Revisions, Compilations, Codes, Etc., and Constitutional Conventions of the United States and its Possessions and of the Several States to May, 1912. [Boston]: The Trustees of the State Library of Massachusetts, [1912]. 634 pp. Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2002041289. ISBN 1-58477-293-X. Cloth. $125. * A hand-list of statute law defining the location of the text of every legislative session that has occurred in the United States and its possessions to 1912, including every volume containing session laws or revisions and compilations of laws. Compiled for the State Library of Massachusetts by Charles J. Babbitt under the direction of Charles F.D. Belden, the State Librarian at the time of the compilation. The historical and bibliographic details provided include a synopsis of the political situation that warranted the statute when applicable, as well as format and collation of the noted volume.