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ACTS

PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION

OF THE

TORTY-TOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY,

BEGUN AND HELD IN THE TOWN OF FRANKFORT, ON MONDAY THE TWENTY-EIGHTH

DAY OF DECEMBER IN THE YEAR ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND

THIRTY-FIVE, AND OF THE COMMONWEALTH TIE FORTY-FOURTII.

JAMES T. MOREHEAED, LIEUT. AND ACTING GOVERNOR.

FRANKFORT:

1. 8. KOLEMAN, PUBLIC PRINTER-ST. CLAIR STRERT.

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AN ACT to continue in force an act entitled, “an act concerning the Bank
of Kentucky,"

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To allow the Independent Banks of this Commonwealth further time to set.

tle their concerns,

To extend the January term of the General Court, and for other purposes,

To repeal an act entitled, "an act to enlarge the constables district including

the town of Bowlinggreen," approved, November 11, 1835,

To reduce the number of magistrates in Muhlenburg county,

To change the place of voting in the upper election precinct in Monroe. 15

To allow three additional terms to the Boone county court,

To enable the clerk of the General Court to renew his official bond,

To alter the limits of the town of Cadiz,

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To authorize the editor of the Russellville Advertiser to publish advertise.

ments,

To alter the time of holding the Harrison county court,

To authorize the county court of Montgomery to allow Joseph Bondurant to

cut a passage for his stock under the old Iron works road,

To legalize the proceedings of the trustees of the town of Nicholasville,

To revive and amend an act entitled, "an act regulating the public roads and

highways in Bracken county,"

To change the time of holding ihe circuit and county courts in Monroe county,

For the benefit of William Dills.

To amend an act entitled, "an act to incorporate the Georgetown Fernale

Academy,"

Giving three additional terms to the county court of Nicholas,

For the benefit of the representatives and heirs of Thomas Shadburn and

Peyton L. Parrish,

For the benefit of Sophia Warrener,

For the relief of the infant devisees of Thomas Berryman deceased,

To establish an election precinct in Marion county,

For the benefit of Bartlett L. Graves,

For the benefit of Daniel Curd, Surveyor of Barren county,

For the benefit of Thomas F. Hackley.

For the benefit of Elizabeth Maxey,

To authorize the insertion of advertisements in the Hopkinsville Gazette

and Western Visiter,

For the benefit of Leander P. Hammer and Rebecca D. Hammer,

To establish an additional election precinct in Bullitt county,

For the relief of Margaret Haydon,

For the benefit of Elizabeth Fowler,

For the benefit of William Elliott and H. Henry,

Abolishing the election precinct in Clarke county, commonly called the

Stoner precinct, and for other purposes,

Further regulating the duties of the Trustees of the town of Augusta,

For the benefit of Henrietta White,

For the benefit of the jailor of Warren county, and for other purposes,

For the benefit of William A. Coleman and Mary Coleman, his wife,

Prescribing the mode of choosing electors for President and Vice President,

To incorporate the Bloomfield and Fairfield Turnpike Road Company,

To establish a State road from Hopkinsville, by way of Eddyville, to

Smithland, in Livingston county,

To revive and amend the Goose creek Turnpke road law,

Appropriating the fines and forfeitures in Jefferson county,

To amend the 14th section of an act entitled, "an act to amend and

reduce into one, the execution laws of this state, approved 12th Feb.

ruary, 1828,

To amend an act, approved, December 8, 1831, entitled, “an act to incor-

porate the City of Lexington,"

For the benefit of James Riddlebarger's heirs and representatives,

To enlarge the constable's district for the town of Monticello,

To change the place of voting in Sugartree Rua precinct in Breckenridge. 44

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