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HON. WM. H. ENGLISH, PRESIDENT.
WM. W. WOOLLEN, 1st VICE-PRES. AND COR. SECRETARY.
GEN, JOHN COBURN, 2D VICE-PRESIDENT.
JUDGE D. W. HOWE, 3D VICE-PRESIDENT.
CHAS. E. COFFIN, TREASURER.
J. P. DUNN, JR., RECORDING SECRETARY.

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY PAMPHLETS

No. 1. The Laws and Courts oť Northwest and Indiana Territories.

By Daniel Waite Howe. No. 2. The Life and Services of John B. Dillon, By Gen. John Coburn

and Judge Horace P. Biddle. No. 3. The Acquisition of Louisiana. By Judge Thomas M. Cooley. No. 4. Loughery's Defeat and Pigeon Roost Massacre. By Charles

Martindale. NO. 5. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Official Publications of the

Territory and State of Indiana from 1800 to 1890. By

Daniel Walte Howe. No. 6. The Rank of Charles Osborn as an Anti-Slavery Pioneer. By

George W. Jullan. No. 7. The Man in History. By John Clark Ridpath. NO. 8. Quitanon. By Oscar J. Craig. No. 9. Reminiscences of a Journey to Indianapolis in 1836. By C. P.

Ferguson.

Life of Ziba Foote. By Samuel Morrison. No. 10. “old Settlers." By Robert B. Duncan. No. 11. French Settlements on the Wabash. By Jacob Platt Dunn. No. 12. Slavery Petitions and Papers. By Jacob Platt Dunn.

These pamphlets are printed and sold for the benefit of the Indi. ana Historical Society. It is the purpose of the Society to publish, from time to time, other original papers, and to reprint rare and valuable documents relating to the history of the State. With a view to the general circulation of its publications, they will be issued in cheap form, the price charged for them being for the purpose of defraying the expense of publication.

A. L. ROACHE, CHARLES MARTINDALE,
A. C. HARRIS, J. P. Dunn, JR.,
J. R. Wilson,

Executive Committee.
Published and Sold by
THE BOWEN-MERRILL CO.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

TO

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GENERAL INDEX.

(Note.-In this index no distinction is made between the references to the Intro-
duction and those to the Journal. The references to counties, towns, eto., are to
those of the Indiana Territory, unless otherwise indicated.)

Agents; appointed to receive criminals, 120, 134.
Apportionment; of representatives to convention called to consider repeal

of 6th Art. Ord. 1787, 114.
of members House of Representatives. See House of Representatives

Proclamations.
of members Legislative Council. See Legislative Council; Proclama-

tions.
Attorneys; licenses to, 107, 109.
Bear Grass Creek (Kentucky); ferry at, 141.
Bellefontaine; 99 note.
Big Bay River; ferry over, 134.
Big Rush Island; ferry at, 138.
Blue River; 97, 100.
Cahokia; 105.
Calumet River; See Great Calumet River.
Cave in Rock; 100 note.
Census; See Population.
Chancery ; Court of; organization, 75.
Charlestown; 184.
Clark County ; See Elections; Proclamations; general mention, 100,

102, 140, 141, 150, 152, 180, 184, 202, 209; proclamation organizing,
97; Jeffersonville made county seat, 109; apportionment of repre-
sentatives to convention to consider repeal of 6th Art. Ord. 1787, 114;
elections in, for representatives to convention of 1802, 114; for mem-
bers to House of Representatives, 125, 155, 158, 216; for members of
Legislative Council, 155, 158, 159; territory between west line of State
of Ohio and west line fixed by treaty of Greenville attached to, 115;
constituted a district for election of members of Legislative Council,
155; apportionment of members for House of Representatives, 126,
155; apportionment of members of Legislative Council, 155.

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