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" Connolly, and have laid off a considerable part thereof into half-acre lots for a town, and having settled thereon, have preferred petitions to this general assembly to establish the said town, Be it therefore enacted, That one thousand acres of land,... "
The Encyclopedia of Louisville - Página 3
por John E. Kleber - 2001 - 988 páginas
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The Statutes at Large: Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia, from ...

William Waller Hening - 1822
...thousand acres Rockingham of land, being the forfeited property of the said John established. Connally, adjoining to the lands of John Campbell and Taylor, be, and the same is. hereby vested in John Todd, jun. Stephen Trigg, George Slaughter, John Floyd, .William Pope, George Meriwether, Andrew Hines, James...
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DeBow's Review ...: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress ..., Volumen14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - 1853
...reads the act) of John Conally, and have laid off a considerable part thereof into half-acre lots for a town, and having settled thereon, have preferred petitions...Be it therefore enacted, that one thousand acres of laud, being the forfeited property of said John Conally, adjoining to the lands of John Campbell and...
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The History of Louisville: From Its Earliest Settlement Till the Year 1852

Ben Casseday - 1852 - 294 páginas
...considerable part thereof into half acre lots for a town, and having settled thereon, have prefered petitions to this general assembly to establish the...thousand acres of land, being the forfeited property of said John Conally, ad-- joining to the lands of John Campbell and Taylor, be, and the same is hereby...
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De Bow's New Orleans Monthly Review, Volumen14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, William MacCreary Burwell - 1853
...reads the act) of John Conaily, and have laid off a considerable part thereof into half-acre lots for a town, and having settled thereon, have preferred petitions...this general assembly to establish the said town. lieit therefore enacted, that one thousand acres of land, beingthe forfeited property of said John...
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De Bow's Review, Volumen14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - 1853
...reads the act) of John Conally, and have laid off a considerable part thereof into half-acre lots for a town, and having settled thereon, have preferred petitions...this general assembly to establish the said town. /.' • tí títere/ore enacted, that one thousand acres of land, being the forfeited property of said...
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the insudtrial resources, etc., of hte southern and western states:embracing ...

j.d.b. be bow - 1853
...settled thereon, have preferred petitions to this general a^semuly to establish the said town. Be и therefore enacted, that one thousand acres of land, being the forfeited property of said John Conally, adjoining to the lands of John Campbell and Richard Taylor, be and the same is hereby...
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The Centenary of Louisville: A Paper Read Before the Southern Historical ...

Reuben Thomas Durrett - 1893 - 200 páginas
...property of John Connolly, and have laid off a considerable part thereof into half-acre lots for a town, and having settled thereon, have preferred petitions...Taylor, be and the same is hereby vested in John Todd, Jun., Stephen Trigg, George Slaughter, John Floyd, William Pope, George Meriwether, Andrew Hines, James...
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