The revised laws of Indiana, in which are comprised all such acts of a general nature as are in force in said state; adopted and enacted by the General Assembly at their fifteenth session. To which are prefixed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the U.S., the constitution of the state of Indiana, and sundry other documents, connected with the political history of the territory and state of Indiana. Arranged and published by the authority of the General Assembly.
Indianapolis, Printed by Douglass and Maguire, 1831.
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