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1792 | An act appoints inspectors of hemp, tobacco and flour in Kentucky

Updated: Jan 19, 2019

December 18, 1792 the Kentucky General Assembly established an Act prescribing the mode of appointing inspectors of tobacco, hemp and flour governed by the laws of Virginia. All the warehouses in Clarke (Clark County) were to constitute one inspection.

Cleveland's and Statford's were to make one inspection.



Littell, W. (1809). The Statute Law of Kentucky: With Notes, Prælections, and Observations on the Public Acts. Frankfort, (Ken.): Printed for William Hunter, by Johnston & Pleasants.

December 22, 1792 Kentucky Gazette

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