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" addition" thereto. Rice " bought in" with Irvine ; and in the winter of 1848-'49 — just before the passage of the act by Congress organizing the territory — their addition was divided into lots. The mere fact, that a man of the known energy and enterprise... "
Minnesota and Its Resources: To which are Appended Campfire Sketches, Or ... - Page 119
by John Wesley Bond, George Antoine Belcourt, Mrs. Letitia May - 1853 - 364 pages
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The Congressional Globe ..., Volume 12; Volume 26

United States. Congress - Law - 1841
...ihen approve of any resolution except it were passed by that Congress. Tne resoluiion was passed by both Houses of Congress, and was approved by the President on the third of March, 1819, and in Ibe evening of that same day the two Housrs proieeded to the election of a Printer to...
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Life and Times of Silas Wright, Late Governor of the State of New York

Jabez Delano Hammond - Canals - 1848 - 749 pages
...of that session, a law for the establishment of an independent treasury, without the specie clause, passed both houses of congress, and was approved by the president on the fourth day of July, 1840. During the winter of 1838, the subject of slavery waa agitated, and " on...
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The book of the world, Volume 1

Richard Swainson Fisher - 1852
...of the question, and a partition of the territory by the line of 49 north latitude. In 1848 a bill passed both Houses of Congress, and was approved by the President on the 14th August, by which Oregon was erected into a territorial government, and soon after the necessary...
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Colton's Traveler and Tourist's Guide-book Through the United States of ...

Joseph Hutchins Colton - United States - 1852 - 250 pages
...settlement of the question, and a partition of the territory by the line of 49 N. lat. In 1848 a bill passed both Houses of Congress, and was approved by the President on the 14th August, by which Oregon was erected into a territorial government, and soon after the necessary...
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Minnesota and Its Resources: To which are Appended Campfire Sketches, Or ...

John Wesley Bond - Indians of North America - 1853 - 364 pages
...metropolis of a mighty commonwealth — the heart of that northwestern emporium, which is to give pulscition and lifeblood to the northern giant of the Mississippi...approved by the president on the third of March, 1849. ney, at the time land-office receiver at St. Croix Falls) was laid off in April of the same year, and...
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MINNESOTA AND ITS RESOURCES

J. W. BOND - 1853
...entered the " claim" on the river immediately above the town plot. He had not thought much of it—merely occupying it as a residence, with a few acres adjacent...Falls) was laid off in April of the same year, and Hoyt's in May. Samliel Leech, land-office register at St. Croix Falls, not to be outdone by his fellow-officer,...
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Minnesota and its resources: to which are appended Campfire sketches, or ...

John Wesley Bond, George Antoine Belcourt, Letitia May - Indians of North America - 1853 - 364 pages
...Paul, into an " addition" thereto. Rice " bought in" with Irvine ; and in the winter of 1848— '49 — just before the passage of the act by Congress organizing...land-office receiver at St. Croix Falls) was laid oft' in April of the same year, and Hoyt's in May. Samuel Leech, land-office register at St. Croix...
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THE BOOK OF THE WORLD: BEING AN ACCOUNT OF ALL REPUBLICS, EMPIRES, KINGDOMS ...

RICHARD S. FISHER - 1853
...of the question, and a partition of the territory by the line of 49 north latitude. In 1848 a bill passed both Houses of Congress, and was approved by the President on the 14th August, by which Oregon was erected into a territorial government, and soon after the necessary...
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Minnesota and Its Resources: To which are Appended Camp-fire Sketches Or ...

John Wesley Bond, George Antoine Belcourt - Indians of North America - 1854 - 364 pages
...Mr. Larpenteur's dwelling-house, on the opposite corner, was built the same year ; also Mr. Hopkius's store, on the southwest corner of the .same streets....Falls) was laid off in April of the same year, and Hoyt's in May. Samuel Leech, land-office register at St. Croix Tails, not to be outdone by his fellow-officer,...
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A pictorial description of the United States

Robert Sears - United States - 1854 - 648 pages
...and, fall the rivers are literally covered with geese, ducks and other water-fowl. In 1848, a bill passed both houses of Congress, and was approved by the president on the 14th of August, by which Oregon was erected into a territorial government, and soon after the necessary...
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