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THE

Thistory of Bentucky.

EXHIBITING

AN ACCOUNT OF THE MODERN DISCOVERY; SETTLEMENT,

PROGRESSIVE IMPROVEMENT; CIVIL AND MILITARY
TRANSACTIONS; AND THE PRESENT STATE OF THE
COUNTRY.

IN TWO VOLUMES,

VOL. II.

BY H. MARSHALL.

FRANKFORT:

GEO: S. ROBINSON, PRINTERI:

1824.

4

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May 1913

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SEAL.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

District of Kentucky, sct. BE IT REMEMBERED, That on the fourth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four,

and in the forty-eighth year of the independence of the United States, Humphrey Marshall, of the said district, deposited in this office, the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as author and proprietor, in the words following, to-wit:

“The History of Kentucky. Exhibiting an account of the modern discovery; settlement; progressive improvement; civil and military transactions; and present state of the country. In two volumes. By H. Marshall.”

In conformity to the act of the congress of the United States, entitled “An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned;" and also the act, entitled “An act supplementary to an act, entitled "An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned, and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of designing, engraving, and etching historical and other prints.”

JOHN H, HANNA, Clerk of the District of Kentucky.

INDEX.

182

265. Census

NOTE.-The figures refer to corresponding pages; where the proper name,
or principal word, in the sentence will be found.
A
Compact discussed

61
Acts, first passed

12 | Convention, votes &c. 234. 246. 252
concerning slaves, private 66.79

with Virginia

176
unconstitutional

212 one proposed to mend the
ditto

241 constitution

464
concerning lands

to amend the constitution 294
Adair John defeated

41
proposed

374
indicted

409 Constitution, new one made 294
Arbitrations authorized
175 its operation, discussed 327. 365

256
Adet attempts to influence the

of U.S. quoted, &c.
election

203
Caucus,

364
Adams John president

206
Chase Judge impeached

371
Aristides, as to France
251 Chesapeake affair

435
Aliens, their rights

472
Address to the president 284

Constables civil officers

75
Academy, Winchester

289

Counties created
appropriations for

322

Washington, Scott, Shelby, 12
Allin John, his motion

411

Logan, Clark, Hardin 38. 66.70
candidate, &c.

457

Green, Harrison 76. 129
B

Franklin, Campbell

158, 159
Brown James secretary

Bullitt, Christian, Montgo-
Brown John, sides with Jefferson 153

mery, Bracken, Warren, Gar-
rard

192-194
Breckenridge John, of the faction Ib.
his resolutions

Pulaski, Pendleton, Livings-

255
Boundary next to Virginia

176

ton, Henry, Cumberland, Gal-
of state &c.

342. 474

latin, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Jes-
Bullock Edmand chosen speaker 182

samine, Henderson, Barren 286–89

Breckenridge, Floyd 319
Bryant's meeting &c.

292
Wayne, Adair

336.342
Bourbon meeting &c.

325
Burr Col. in Frankfort

372

Greeuup, Casey, Clay, Hop-
kins

363.413-15
his intrigue

376. 385

Grayson, Union, 467, 470
indicted, and acquitted 410
letter to W.

424

D
tried and acquitted in Va. 431 Democratic Society

85
Bank proposed
374 proceedings,

92
of Kentucky
420 special meeting

118
С
merit discussed

183

359
Clay Henry, bis effort

10 | Delinquents
Courts, a system

23
Daveigs Joseph H. applies for pro-

393. 404
of appeals, county, quarter
sessions, oyer and terminer, and

proceeding, &c. 396. 400
district

24-29. 174
his character

490
Corruption of the system

36

Duces tecum to the President 432
Courts, subject resumed

51
Divorces regulated

462
innovations
58 | Duelling suppresseil

474
county, to appoint inspector 322

E
power limited as to contempts 228 Execution

74
circuit U. S. abolished 344 Expenditures

80
dist. and general, abolished 350 Ellicott on the Mississippi 219
circuit, characterized

Emancipation, a topic

247

cess, &c.

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