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THE

EXHIBITING

\AN ACCOUNT OF THE MODERN DISCOVERY; SETTLEMENT-.
PROGRESSIVE IMPROVEMENT; CIVIL AND MILITARY
TRANSACTIONS; AND THE PRESENT STATE OF TUB
COUNTRY.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

District of Kentucky, set.

. _^ ^.. Be It Remembered, That on the fourth day of June, in the

< Seal. > year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four,

<._^v-«~) an(j ;n ihe forty-eighth year of the independence of the United

States, Humphrey Marshall, of the said district, deposited in this office, the

title of a book, the right whereof he claims as author and proprietor, in the

words following, to-wit:

"The History of Kentucky. Exhibiting an account of the modern discovery; settlement; progressive improvement; civil and military transactions; and present state of the country. In two volumes. By H. Marshall."

In conformity to the act of the congress of the United States, entitled "An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned;" and also the act, entitled "An act supplementary to an act, entitled 'An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned,' and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of designing, engraving, and etching historical and other prints."

JOHN H. HANNA, Clerk of the District of Kentucky.

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NOTE, or princip

.—The figures refer to corresponding pages; where the proper
jai word, in the sentence will be found.

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Address to the inhabitants, tec.
to congress
to Virginia

Wilkinson's, supposed to be
Act of separation passed

inserted, &c. Assemblage of citizens Act passed admitting Kentucky

into the union Agency Free, described Athenasian creed

B

Boone Daniel visits Kentucky 7

his biography 16

taken prisoner, escapes 56. 58

Boonesborough settled 22

besieged 59

Boone's station evacuated, and

party defeated on Long run 115

Bullett Thomas visits Kentucky UO

confers with the Indians" 22

Bowman John arrives 53

his expedition, and retreat 91. 93

107

134

136

145

279

lb.

301

:04-5

319

380

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Byrd's invasion
Bryant's station besieged
Blue licks, battle
Bland Mrs. her case
Brown John sent to Congress

his biography, a sketch

conduct in congress

letter to Judge Muter, &c.

member of convention Butler General, his conduct

fell in battle

c

Calloway Richard, his daughter

taken at Boonesborough Clark R. G. in Kentucky

marches for Ohio and KasUaskias, conquest

expedition to Pickawa builds Fort Jefferson his mode of defence expedition to Miami expedition to Wabash Court organized for deciding on land claims

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66.68.
109
111
119

147

247

99

Courts, their jurisdiction
District, established
Convention
assembled
proceedings
names of members
report of committee, &c. 20
in session

elected, and assemble
of Virginia

of Kentucky 288.316.

addressed

meet, memorialize Virginia
and congress, &c.
Congress, as to posts, &c.
on Indian affairs
resolutions as to Indians
Christian William Col. his death
Committee at Danville
Connally, his overture
, Constitution for United States
J Committees in counties
Convention to form constitution
Constitution formed

characterized
Controverted points
D
Dunmore Gov. expedition against

the Indians
Douglass James at Bis Bone lick
Davis Mrs. her case
Danville established

meeting
Defence against Indians

E
E«till's station attacked
Estill pursues the Indians, and is

defeated
Elections for convention 273. 347.
for electors of president
F

Finley John, his visit to Kentucky,
Floyd John visits Kentucky

settles

is defeated, &C. Franklin Dr. as to boundary France, desired to limit the United States 157

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