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Page 476 - An act respecting fugitives from justice, and persons escaping from the service of their masters...
Page 159 - Indiana. soil is the most productive, which has been derived from the destruction of the greatest variety of different rocks; for thus only is produced the due mixture of gravel, sand, clay, and limestone, necessary to form a good medium for the retention and transmission of the nutrative fluids, be they liquid or aeriform, to the roots of plants.
Page 541 - It is, we think, a sound principle, that, when a government becomes a partner in any trading company, it divests itself, so far as concerns the transactions of that company, of its sovereign character, and takes that of a private citizen.
Page 509 - An Act to authorize the delegates of this State in Congress, to convey to the United States in Congress assembled, all the right of this commonwealth, to the territory northwestward of the river Ohio...
Page 512 - Clerk: Mr. President: The Speaker of the House of Representatives having signed an enrolled bill, I am directed to bring it to the Senate for the signature of their President.
Page 804 - Resolved, That a committee of two be appointed on the part of the Senate to act with a like committee on the part of the House...
Page 6 - Resolved, That a committee of two on the part of this house be appointed, to act with a similar committee on the part of the Senate, to wait on his Excellency the Governor, and inform him that the two Houses of the General Assembly have convened, elected their officers, and are ready to receive any communication he may be pleased to make to them, and to ascertain of him at what time he will make such communication.
Page 546 - ... to the person or persons entitled to receive the same, then, and in every such case, the holder of any such...
Page 509 - An act concerning the erection of the district of Kentucky, into an independent state...
Page 21 - Wise, one of the most persistent critics of the use of executive patronage, succeeded in securing the appointment of a committee with power to send for persons and papers to conduct an investigation into the integrity and efficiency of the various executive departments.120 The committee on entering upon its n

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