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STATUTES (Compilations, Revisions, Digests, Codes).'
Colony
Acts of the General Assembly of the colony of Georgia 1755-74

(collated by George Wymberley-Jones De Renne). Reprinted.
Private edition limited to 49 copies.
427 p. Folio.

Wormsloe (Ga.), 1881.
State
Digest of Laws (1801), from its first establishment as a British prov-

ince to 1800 inclusive. (Contains] Declaration of Independence,
State constitutions of 1777 and 1789, with amendments of 1794,
also constitution 1798, also laws in force and an appendix;
with charters and other documents, treaties with indians,
articles of confederation, constitution of United States, and
acts of congress. [By Robert and George Watkins.) Printed
by R. Aitken.
1 leaf + 837 + (25) p. 4to.

Philadelphia, 1801. Charlemagne Tower Collection of Colonial Laws shows an edition, Philadelphia, 1800, which appears closely to resemble the

foregoing. A volume of this date is in Harvard Law School. (1802); H. Marbury and W. H. Crawford, from settlement as a

British province in 1755 to 1800 inclusive. Also State constitutions of 1777, 1789 (with amendments), and constitution of 1798. 715 + (3) p. 4to.

Savannah, 1802. Compilation of Laws (1800-10); Augustin Smith Clayton. (4) + 708 + (20) p. 4to.

Augusta, 1813. Social Law Library contains an edition of the foregoing, Augusta, 1812. (1810-19, inclusive); L. Q. C. Lamar, (5) + 1300 p. 4to.

Augusta, 1821.

1 For other early colonial and provincial compilations, etc., see commencement of session laws, ante.

Compilation of Laws Continued.

(1831); W. C. Dawson.
488 + 150 + xxix p. 4to.

Milledgeville, 1831.
(1859), with forms and precedents. By Howell Cobb.
888 p. 8o.

New York, 1859.
In Social Law Library.
Analysis of Statutes (1846), with forms and precedents by Howell

Cobb.
viii + 779 p. 8°.

New York, 1846. Analysis of Laws (1888), since code of 1882. By A. H. Daris. 108 p. 8o.

Atlanta, 1888.
In Harvard Law School.
Digest of English Statutes (1826), in force in Georgia. By William

Schley.
xxxi + 500 p. 8°.

Philadelphia, 1826. Digest of Laws (1822); O. H. Prince. xiii + 669 p. 8°

Milledgeville, 1822. (1837); O. H. Prince. 2d ed. 1046 p. 8o.

Athens, 1837. (1831); Arthur Foster. x + 516 p. 8o.

Philadelphia, 1831. Digest of Statute Laws (1851); T. R. R. Cobb. viii + 1252 p. 8°.

Athens, 1851. School Laws (1870). 15 p. 8°.

Atlanta, 1870. Annotated Penal Laws (1875); J.L. Hopkins. 80.

Macon, 1875. In Department of Justice. Public Acts of years 1896, 1897, and 1898. By W. H. Harrison. 329 p. 8°

Atlanta, 1899.

Codes

Codification of the Statute Law (1845); W. A. Hotchkiss, includ

ing English statutes of force.
xviii + 990 p. 8°.

Savannah. 1815. (1848); W.A. Hotchkiss. 2d ed.

Augusta, 1848. In New York Bar Association,

Penal Code (1850); Howell Cobb; with forms.

Macon, 1850. In Department of Justice. Code of Georgia (1861); Clark, Cobb, and Irwin. xxiii + 1057 p. 8°.

Atlanta, 1861. (1867); Clark, Cobb, and Irwin, revised and corrected by David

Irwin.
xxiii + 1102 p. 8°.

Atlanta, 1867. (1873); Clark, Cobb, and Irwin, revised and corrected by David

Irwin. 2d ed. by Irwin, Lester, and Hill.
xviii + 1049 p. 4to.

Macon, 1873.
Supplement (1878), containing constitution of 1877 by N. E.

Harris.
165 p. 8°.

Macon, 1878. (1882); Clark, Cobb, and Irwin, 4th ed. by Lester, Rowell, and

Hill.
xx + 1484 + xii (" 1487") p. 4to.

Atlanta, 1882.
(1895); Hopkins, Anderson, and Lamar.
3 vols. 8°.

Atlanta, 1896.
Supplement (1901); Howard Van Epps. [Being Vol. 4 of the set

noted above.]
“Vol. 4,” 765 p. 8o.

Nashville, Tenn., 1901. Code adopted, 1910, (containing constitutions of United States and of

Georgia). Prepared by John L. Hopkins.
2 vols. 80.

Atlanta, 1911.

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS, CONSTITUTIONS, ETC.
Nole. — The constitution at present in force in this state is that of 1877.

1777.

Constitution; a copy of this constitution is contained in Digest of

Laws printed by R. Aitken, Philadelphia, 1801.
A copy of this constitution is contained in Digest of Laws by

Marbury and Crawford, Savannah, 1802.

Constitution - Continued.

A copy of this constitution is contained in United States Charters

and Constitutions, Part I, p. 377, where it is said: “ This constitution was framed by a convention which assembled at Savannah, Oct. 1, 1776, in accordance with the recommendation of the Continental Congress, that the people of the colonies should form independent state governments. It was unanimously agreed to, Feb. 5, 1777."

1789. Constitution; a copy of this constitution contained in Digest of

Laws printed by R. Aitken, Philadelphia, 1801.
A copy of this constitution is contained in Digest of Laws by

Marbury and Crawford, Savannah, 1802.
A copy of this constitution is contained in United States Charters

and Constitutions, Part I, p. 384, where it is said that this
constitution “was ratified by a convention chosen for the
purpose of ratifying or rejecting it, which met at Augusta,
January 4, 1789."

1798. Constitution; a copy of this constitution is contained in Digest of

Laws printed by R. Aitken, Philadelphia, 1801.
A copy of this constitution is contained in Digest of Laws by

Marbury and Crawford, Savannah, 1802.
Revised, amended, and compiled, convention of 1798.

Augusta, 1799.
In Harvard Law School.
A

copy of this constitution is contained in United States Charters
and Constitutions, Part I, p. 388, where it appears that it was
not submitted to the people.

1833. Journal of a general convention to reduce the members of the

General Assembly, held at Milledgeville, May 1833.
53 p. 8o.

Milledgeville, 1833.

1839. Journal of Convention to reduce and equalize representation of the

General Assembly, assembled Milledgeville, May 6, 1839.
Published by authority.
74 p. 8o.

Milledgeville, 1839. 1850. Journal of State Convention held in Milledgeville, Dec. 1850. 34 p. 8°

Milledgeville, 1850.

1861. Journal of Convention. Journal of public and secret proceedings

of convention held in Milledgeville and Savannah in 1861, with ordinances adopted. Published by order of convention. 1-416 p. 8o.

Milledgeville, 1861. Bound with Journal of proceedings of convention of 1865. Binder's title

Conventions of Georgia," 1861-65. Constitution. In United States Charters and Constitutions, Part I,

p. 401, it appears that this constitution was ratified by the people July 1861.

1865. Journal of proceedings of convention held in Milledgeville, Oct.

and Nov. 1865. With ordinances and resolutions adopted.
Published by order of convention.
1-269 p. 8°.

Milledgeville, 1865.
Bound with Journal of Proceedings of convention, 1861. Binder's title,

Conventions of Georgia," 1861-65. Constitution and ordinances adopted by convention held Oct. 25-Nov. 8,

1865. Compiled by C. J. Wellborn.
28 p. 8o.

Milledgeville, 1866.
Shown in Library Bulletin, Nov., 1894, New York State Library.
A copy of this constitution is contained in United States

Charters and Constitutions Part I, p. 402, where it appears
that the constitution was submitted to and ratified by the
people.

1868. Journal of proceedings of constitutional convention Dec. 1867, to

Mar. 1868. (With) ordinances and resolutions adopted. Pub-
lished by order of convention.
636 p. 8o.

Augusta, 1868. Constitution; analysis of constitution, as of force July 21, 1868.

With marginal notes. By John L. Conley.
88 p. 8°

Atlanta, 1870.
A copy of this constitution is contained in United States Charters

and Constitutions, Part I, p. 411, where it appears that it was submitted to the people March 11, 1868, and ratified by them.

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