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24 Reports from the Illinois Senate and House of Representatives, 1839-1840

Published by William Walters 1839-1840, 1839
Condition: Fair Soft cover
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24 Reports from the Illinois Senate and House of Representatives, 1839-1840. Vandalia and Springfield: William Walters, 1839-1840. 8vo. Wraps. Book condition: Fair. No covers. Foxing and light soiling to pages. Several pages are loose. 2-25-1624 Reports, Illinois Senate and House of Representatives, 1839-1840, in chronological order.1. Report of the Committee on Finance Relative to an Independent Treasury and a National Bank, Submitted to The House of Representatives, December 18, 1838. 14 pages2. Report of the Select Committee on the City and Bank of Cairo, Submitted to The House of Representatives, January 21, 1839. 8 pages3. Letter from the Board of Fund Commissioners, Transmitting Contracts with the Atlantic Bank and Other Institutions, January 29, 1839. Senate. 12 pages4. Message from the Governor, Furnishing the Names of All Agents Employed By Him to Procure Funds for the Use of the State, Together with Their Powers and Instructions, Amount of Compensation, &c. &c. December 16, 1839. Senate. 6 pages5. Communication from M. K. Alexander, Acting Commissioner, Exhibiting on the Grand Rapids of the Wabash River, in Reply to a Resolution of the House of Representatives. December 17, 1839. 10 pages6. Report of the Board of Public Works, in Reply to a Resolution of the Senate. December 18, 1839. 13 pages7. Message from the Governor, Transmitting Documents Referred to in His Message, at the Opening of the Session. December 18, 1839. House of Representatives. 7 pages8. Letter from the Secretary of the Board of Fund Commissioners, Transmitting Copies of Contracts. December 18, 1839. Senate. 15 pages9. Statement from the Board of Public Works, of the Real Estate, Purchased for the State since the passage of the act establishing the Internal Improvement System. December 20, 1839. Senate. 10 pages10. Report from the Board of Fund Commissioners, Transmitting Copies of Contracts and Amount of Contingent Expenses, &c. December 20, 1839. House of Representatives. 4 pages11. Supplemental Message from the Governor, Enclosing the Charges of Agents Employed to Negotiate Loans for the State; with Accompanying Documents. December 21, 1839. House of Representatives. 4 pages12. Letter from the Board of Fund Commissioners, Transmitting Copies of Contracts with Certain Banks in New York. December 24, 1839. Senate. 3 pages13. Message from the Governor, Transmitting Certain Information Concerning agents, Commissioners, or Officers Employed to Borrow Money for the State. December 24, 1839. House of Representatives. 10 pages14. Letter from the Board of Fund Commissioners, Concerning Interest of State Bonds. December 27, 1839. Senate. 3 pages15. Letter from the Board of Fund Commissioners, Concerning the Four Million Loan. December 27, 1839. Senate. 21 pages16. Message from the Governor, Enclosing Correspondence in Relation to Loans. December 28, 1839. House of Representatives. 3 pages17. Message from the Governor, Transmitting a Tabular Statement of the Amount of State Bonds Also Sold. January 6, 1840. House of Representatives. 7 pages18. Report from the Acting Commissioners of the Board of Public Works, in Reply to a Resolution of the House. December 27, 1839. House of Representatives. 12 pages19. Report Exhibiting the Statistics of the State, Made to the House of Representatives by a Select Committee, January 3, 1840. 3 pages20. Statement of the Amount Due to Contractors, Made by the Board of Public Works, in Reply to a Resolution of the Senate. January 13, 1840. 13 pages21. Statement from the Board of Fund Commissioners, of the Amount of Funds Available in 1840 for Purposes of Internal Improvement. January 21, 1840. Senate. 14 pages22. Report of the Select Committee, to Which was Referred a Resolution of the House, Touching the Removal from Office of Certain Justices of the Supreme Court, Together with the Report of the Minority of the Committee on the Same Subject. January 31, 1840. 4 pages23. Report of the Select Committee, Appointed to Investiga. Bookseller Inventory # R24R00LR

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Title: 24 Reports from the Illinois Senate and ...

Publisher: William Walters 1839-1840

Publication Date: 1839

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Fair

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