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    • to remain as a fund for the purposes aforesaid, until the same be drawn out of his hands in the manner hereafter directed. Sec 3. And be it enacted, That the managers of the said lottery shall ( in case the whole of the said tickets are not sold...
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    • of the said states and territory, with a request from the managers to promote an object so interesting to the Citizens of the United States. Sec. 7. And be it enacted, That Col. James White, Col. James Winchester, Col. Stockley Donelson, Capt....
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    • Page 22 State, who shall hold their offices for the term herein prescribed. In the event any vacancy shall occur in the office of either of said Judges at any time after the first day of January one thousand eight hundred and seventy three; it...
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    • Page 23 J. B. Heiskell James A. Coffin, R. Henderson H. L. W. Hill, J. Netherland Spl’ Hill, A. O. P. Nicholson Sam S. House, Geo. C. Porter T. B. Ivie, George E. Seay Thomas M., Samuel G. Shepard David N. Kennedy, E....
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    • Page 24 A. G. McDougal, James J. Turner Malcolm McNabb, Geo. W. Walters Matt Martin, Richard Warner Jr. John H. Meeks, Wm. H. Williamson Thos. C. Morris, W. M. Wright Attest: T. E. S. Russwurm, Secretary Thomas W. Jones,...
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    • to serve in all capacities where a free Hold is by this Constitution made a requisite qualification. Done in Convention, at Knoxville by unanimous consent, on the sixth day of February in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety...
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    • Page 6 Done in Convention at Nashville this 30th day of August in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirty four, and of the Independence of the United States, the fifty ninth. In testimony whereof, we have hereunto subscribed...
    • James K. Polk

    • James K. Polk (1795-1849), 11th President of the United States, seated with left arm resting on a desk and a book in his right hand. His signature is located at the bottom.
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    • about 10 O.'clock. the same day found him a considerable distance down the river, where Mr. Ben Belew took him on board his boat. At 3 O.'clock. P. M. passed the mouth of Tennessee river and camped on the south shore about 10 miles below the mouth...
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    • was the night before delivered of an infant, which was unfortunately killed in the hurry & confusion consequent upon such a disaster, assisted them, being frequently exposed to wet & cold then and afterwards, and that her health appears to be good...
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    • Page 12 George Smith licensed to practice as an attorney at law, in the several county courts of Pleas and Quarter sessions in this State May 13th 1797. ============================================================= James C. Maclin of the County of...
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    • be, and by the eastern boundary; and Knox county to be butted and bounded by the line of Jefferson county, from the mouth of Cresswell’s mill creek to the indian boundary, or eastern boundary of the Territory as the case may be: Again from the...
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    • Richard Henderson Edward Bradley Wm Seaton Nathaniel Hart Edw. Bradley Jun. Edward Thomelu Wm. H. Moore Jas. Bradley Isaac Drake Samuel Phariss Michael Stoner Jonathan Jenings John Donelson. C. Michael Stoner Zachariah Green Gasper....
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    • Timothoy Feret James Espey Peter Luney Isaac Lefever Michael Kimberlin Jon. Luney Thomas Fletcher John Cowan James Cain Sam’l Barton Francis Hodge Danl. Johnson James Ray William Fleming Danl. Jarrot Thomas Denton James Leeper Jesse...


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