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'To incorporte the Lexington White Lead Floyd counties,
To provide for the payment of certain mi- non, deceased,
To amend the several acts, aut horizing the
To regulate the penitentiary,
troops now destined for Detroit, -388 Authorizing certain advertisements to be
Big Barren river, and for other purposes, 390 To amend the penal laws of this common.
ceedings in chancery and at law, 396). Penitentiary,
N ACT authorizing the insertion of certain adver
tisements in " The Kentuckian," published in Shelbyville ; the “ Weekly Messenger," printed in Russellville, and the “ Winchester Advertiser," printed in Winchester.
APPROVED, December 19, 1814.
Sec. 1. BÉ it enacted by the General Assembly of The Commonwealth of Kentucky, That it shall, and may be lawful, for any advertisements which are by law required to be published in a newspaper, to be in serted in The Kentuckian,' published in Shelby ille, the "Weekly Messenger," published in Russellville, and the “ Winchester Advertiser," published in Winchester, Kentucky; and the Editor or Editors of said papers, shall be entitled to the same fees, and be governed by the like regulations, as other printers in this commonwealth: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be construed so as to authorize the insertion of such advertisements in said papers, as are particularly required by law to be published in the paper of the public printer.
AN ACT for the relief of the Trustees of the Grear
ville and Greenup Seminaries.
WHEREAS, it is represented to the present
General Assembly, by the trustees of the Greenup Prearable, and Greenville Seminaries, That on account of cer.
tain embarrassments to the titles of land, vested in them as trustees, lying in the county of Christian, they have made a compromise and sale of said lands to Joshua Caits :
SEC. 1. Be it therefore enacted by the General As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That the Sale of 5,700 compromise and sale of 3,700 acres of land lying aeres eonfirmed
in the county of Christian, contained in two several surveys, one of 3,200 acres, the other of 500 acres, vested in the trustees of the Greenup Seminary, and by them sold to the said Joshua Caits, on the second day of November, 1814, be, and the same is hereby ratified and confirmed.
SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the com
promise and sale of 3,650 acres, lying in the county Sale of 5,650 of Christian, and vested in the trustees of the actes benfirmed.
Greenville Seminary, and by them sold to said Joshua Caits, in January, 1814, be, and the same same is hereby ratified and confirmed.
AN ACT for the relief of the Sheriffs of Christian
and Livingston counties.
APPROVED, 19th December, 1814.
WHEREAS, it appears that John Wilson, sheriff of Christian county, has been prevented in the pres. ent year, from the collection of a part of the revenue of said county, of the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen; and also from getting a delinquent
Six months al
list allowed for part of said county, by the sudden,
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
bis delinquent that part of the revenue yet uncollected and unpaid, list. and to get allowed that part of the delinquent list of said county yet unallowed.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the county eourt of Christian may, at their February or March
County court ot terms, next, proceed to examine and allow the said christian may aldelinquent list the same as if it had been examined quent list. and allowed at the November term last ; and on its production to the auditor, properly certified, he is hereby authorized to receive and allow the same, as if produced in the usual time.
And whereas, it is represented to this General Assembly, that Isaac Coffield, deputy sheriff for Jo- Recital seph Reed, sheriff of Livingston county, had a considerable amount of militia muster fines put into his hands for collection, by the paymaster of the twenty-fourth regiment of Kentucky militia, and ewing to extreme sickness of said Coslield, he has not been able to make a return to said paymaster, of the delinquents he could not collect from ; Wherefore,
Sec. 3. Be it enacted, That the said Isaac Cof- if of Livingston field have the further time of six weeks, from the
of delinquentsfet passage of this act, to make ont a list of all that muster fiarow, were delinquents at the time he should have made his return; and the said paymaster is hereby required to receive the said list, and allow the same, as if it had been produced in the time prescribed by law.
Further in allowed the sher
to make out a list
APPROVED, 220 December, 1814.
granting certain lands to John Francis and Richard Slavey, for the benefit of salt-works, on condition of their manufacturing one thousand bushels of salt in three years : And whereas it appears, that tho said Francis and Slavey have been prevented from progressing with their said salt-works, in consequence of the absence of one of the principal persons interested in said business, in the army of the United States, a considerable portion of the time since the passage of said act, and of the indispo, sition of another:
SEC. 1. Be it therefore enacted by the General Assem.
bly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That the furallowed Francis ther time of three years begranted to the said Francis comply with the and Slavey, to manufacture the said quantity of requisition of a salt-on their doing of which, the same shall be as sembly effectual in securing the said land, as if they had
complied with the requisitions of the before recited act.
SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the further
time of three years from the prssage of this act Three years be given to Joseph Barnett, Samuel Snoddy, John allowed Joseph
Kincaid, William Baugh, Nathaniel Lewis, Da. niel Bates, William Woods and David Kincaid, to comply with the requisitions of an act of the General Assembly, approved the 25th day of January, 1810 entitled “ An act for the benefit of
Joseph Barnett and his associates," to completo Provisor
their title to lands therein granted for the purpose of making salt: Provided however, That Joseph Barnett and his associates aforesaid shall pay ten dollars per hundred acres only, as the state price.
Barnett and 0thers for thc same purpose.
IN ACT for the relief of Oliver Porter.
APPROVED, December 220, 1814.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That the circuit court for the county of Butler, shall be and is hereby ille