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gulations in all cases, as if this act had not passed, and as if such voters were voting; or attempting to
vote in the said court-house of Caldwell county. Court to ap Sec. 7. De it further enacted, That the county point jud; e , clerk, &c.
court of Caldwell, shall appoint, as the law directs, a clerk and judges to preside at the election in the said precinct, as also a deputy sheriff, who shall in all cases be qualified and governed, in conducting the election in the said precinct, as if it were
ducted at the court-house of Caldwell county. when
SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That the sheriff who where polls to presides at the election of said precinct, shall meet be compared the sheriff who presides at Caldwell court-house, at
the said court-house on the fourth day after the commencement of the election, and compare the polls, aid make return as the law directs.
Authorising certain Advertisements to be published in
APPROVED, DECEMBER 19, 1810.
of courts, advertisements and notices, mar .be published in the newspaper entitled The American Republic; and in the newspaper entitled The Luminary: The former printed at Frankfort--the latter at Richmond, in the county of Madison : And that the editors of said papers, shall respectively receive the fees established by law, for such services as they may perform under this act: and that such publication shall be as valid between the parties, as if the same had been made in any other authorised paper of the commonwealth.
To amend the act concerning the town of Glasgow, in
APPROVED, DEC. 19, 1810.
E it enacted by the general assembly, That
the 'trustees of the town of Glasgow, and their successors in office, are hereby authorised and empowered to make titles to all such lots, within the limits of said town, where titles have not been here, tofore made.
Concerning Administrators, with the Will annexed.
APPROVED, DECEMBER 22, 1810.
ver administration has been heretofore, or shall ministrators hereafter, be granted on the estate of a deceased person, with the last will and testament of the testator annexed, that the person or persons administering, shall possess and exercise all and every of the pow. ers, interests, rights and authorities, that by the will belong to the executors therein named, or any of them.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That any person Administra or persons, who have administered, or may hereaf- tors to give
bond, ter administer as aforesaid, shall execute bond with
and whero sufficient security, in the proper county court, conditioned faithfully to execute the will in the same manner, in which executors are now required to give
bond ; but with such variations as are adapted to the difference of cases ; and the same may be proceeded on in like manner, as the bond of an executor, and shall be subject to the same rules and regų. lations:
Authorising the publication of orders of court, adver.
tisements and other notices, in • The IMPARTIAL OBSERVER,' published in Danville.
APPROVED, January 1st, 1811.
commonwealth of Kentucky, That it shall and may be lawful for any advertisements which are required by law to be published in a newspaper, to be inserted in the Impartial Observer, published in Danville, Kentucky ; and the editor or editors of said paper, shall be entitled to the same fecs, and be' governed by the like regulations, as other printers in chis commonwealth : Provided, that nothing herein contained, shall be so construed, as to authorise the insertion of such advertisements, as are particularly required by law, to be published
in the paper of the Public Prin. ter,
For the relief of the clerk of Green circuit court, and
the surveyor of Scott county.
APPROVED, JANUARY 1, 1811. HEREAS, it is represented to the present general assembly, that James Allen, clerk
Recital of Green circuit court has, from accident, failed or omitted to execute bond, agreeably to the provisions of an act, approved January the 23d, 1810, concerning the bonds of certain officers, guardians, adminis. trators and executors, and is now unable to execute the said bond during the year. 1810, whereby he will become liable to removal from said office : For remedy whereof, .
Sec. 1. Be it enacted, by the general assembly of clerk of the commonwealth of Kentucky, That the further time Greeh of two months, from and after the passage of this act, be allowed said clerk, to execute bond as prescribed by the above recited act ; which bond when so executed, shall be transmitted by the said clerk, to the clerk of the court of appeals, within thirty days thereafter.
SEC. 2. And be it further cnacted, That a compliance with the provisions of this act, shall exempt said clerk from all forfeitures, to which he may become liable by the provisions of the above recited act, on account of said omission : Provided however, that nothing in this act contained, shall be so construed, as to take from any person or persons their right of action against said clerk, for any neglect of duty, or malfeasance in office.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That: William Johnson, surveyor of the county of Scott, shall be surveyor of allowed the further time of two months, from the Scott passage of this act, to execute such bond as is required by the fourth section of the above recited
act ; and such execution shall be as valid, to all in tents and purposes, and shall have the same effect, as if the said surveyor had executed bond pursuant to the directions of the fourth section.of the act aforesaid : and the said surveyor shall, in the event, of the execution of such bond, be relieved and ex. empted from all and every of the penalties and pu. nishinents prescribed by the above recited act: provided however, that nothing in this act contained, shall be so construed, as to take from any person or persons their right of action against said surveyor, for any neglect of duty, or malfeasance in office,
Irecting purt of Knox County into an Election Pres 2
APPROVED, JANUARY 1, 1811. E it enacted by the general cssembly, That all Boundary of
part of Knox county contained in the folthe precinct lowing boundary, to avit : Beginning on the Tennes
see line, running north to the extreme heighth of the ridge between Poplar and Mud creeks ; thence with the said ridge, to where it divides Paterson and the Clear fork, and with the same to the Cumberland river above the house of Thomas, Dickens ; thence with the ridge between Maple and Watts' creeks ; thence with a ridge which divides the waters of Watts' and Meadow creeks, including all the waters of Watts' creek in the precirc: ; thence with the ridge that divides thetowaters of Lynh camp, and Spruce creeks, and with the same to Laurel river; thence due north to the reserved line, and with the said line to Big Rockcastle, and down the same to its mouth; thence with the Knox county live to the state line, and with the state line to the beginning, shall be