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PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION

OF THE

FORTY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY

FOR THE

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY,

BEGUN AND HELD IN THE TOWN OF FRANKFORT,

on Monday the 3rd day of December, in the year 1832, and of the

Commonwealth the forty-first.

JOHN BREATHITT, GOVERNOR.

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

FRANKFORT, KY.
Albert G. Hodges, Public Printer, Office on St. Clair Street,

1833.

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AN ACT to authorise the insertion of advertisements in certain

newspapers.

To change the time of holding the Trigg Circuit Court.

To authorise the publication of advertisements in “The Augusta Tel-

egraph and Bracken County Advertiser."

For the benefit of Noah C. Summers, Clerk of Bullitt County

Court.

For the relief of the Sheriff of Garrard County.

To amend the law incorporating the town of Warsaw, late Freder-

icksburg, in Gallatin County.

For the benefit of the heirs of Smith Alexander, deceased.

To authorise the sale of Lebanon Meeting House, in the County of

Todd.

To repeal in part, an Act to amend the law concerning the trus-

tees of the town of Glasgow, and for other purposes, approved

January, 1831.

To authorise the erection of a building for the use of a Public Li-

brary, on the public square in Richmond.

For the benefit of Mary Ann Patterson.

Supplemental to “An Act for the benefit of the Sheriff of Garrard

County.

Adding Edmonson County to the Sixth Judicial District, and for

other purposes.

To legalise the proceedings of the Greenup County Court, at their

last November Term..

Repealing an act, declaring Dick's River navigable.

For the relief of Jailors.

To change the first Constable’s District, in Washington County.

To change the names of Matilda McNutt and John McNutt, to those

of Matilda Bayse and John Bayse.

Regulating the Ferry at the mouth of the Big Kentucky River, in

Gallatin county. .

For the benefit of Jeffersontown.

For the benefit of Louisa Meriwether.

For the benefit of James Parish.

For the benefit of Dicey Fletcher,

For the benefit of John Cook.

To change the time of holding the Lewis and Greenup Circuit

Courts, and for other purposes.

To authorise the sale of a part of the real estate of Everard Clark,

to pay his debts.

For the benefit of Mary Goodwin...

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