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Logan, Benjamin 1743-1802

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Works: 26 works in 48 publications in 2 languages and 554 library holdings
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[Opinion] by Virginia ( Book )
1 edition published in 1786 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Benjamin Logan, local representative to the Virginia House of Delegates from the District of Kentucky and colonel of the Kentucky County Militia of Virginia, solicits an opinion from the Virginia judges and Attorney General. He asks whether the "power of the Executive" is vested in the field officers of Kentucky for disciplining the militia, guarding against invasions and insurrections, and impressing supplies for use of the militia. George Muter, Caleb Wallace and Harry Innes respond on behalf of the Virginia General Assembly in the affirmative
Danville, [Ky.], to the commanding officer of Mason County, [Ky.] by Kentucky Board of War ( Book )
1 edition published in 1791 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
July 5, 1791, letter to which the names of Charles Scott, John Brown, Harry Innes, and Benjamin Logan have been signed, informing the commanding militia officer of Mason County that Gen. Arthur St. Clair had authorized a second detachment of 500 mounted men led by James Wilkinson to attack the upper Wabash Indian towns
Statement by Benjamin Logan ( )
1 edition published in 1786 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Copy of statement which asks, on behalf of the field officers of the Kentucky Militia, if the judge and attorney general of the Kentucky District will amend the laws on disciplining the militia. It also requests a ruling on field officers' right to impress supplies. In addition, it contains the opinions of George Muter, Caleb Wallace, and Harry Innes that field officers do have impressment rights
 
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English (44)
German (1)