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Fri Mar 21 17:08:12 2014 UTClccn-no20071559840.00William Logan0.911.00To the people of Kentucky /17020108William_Logan_(Kentuckian)no20071559847611424Logan, Mr. (William), 1776-1822lccn-n50082233Bank of the United States (1816-1836)lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n2008160997Greenup, Christopher1750-1818lccn-n79109294KentuckyGeneral Assemblync-united states$congress$1819 1820$senateUnited StatesCongress1819-1820)Senatelccn-n90666970Todd, Levilccn-n80086446Duke, Basil Wilson1838-1916lccn-n84214932Allen, John1772-1813lccn-n50018037Wilkinson, James1757-1825lccn-n84040115Morgan, John Hunt1825-1864Logan, William1776-1822HistoryResolutionsArchivesSourcesKentuckyUnited StatesBanks and banking, Central--Law and legislationKentucky.--General AssemblyBank of the United States (1816-1836)Political scienceMexican War (1846-1848)Kentucky--LouisvilleEconomic historyAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Clay, Henry,WomenImlay, Gilbert,Lincoln, Abraham,MerchantsWickliffe, C. A.--(Charles Anderson),Clark, George Rogers,Nerinckx, Charles,Kentucky--DanvilleGovernors--ElectionSmallpoxStudentsKentucky--LexingtonVirginia--CharlottesvilleIron industry and tradeChurchill familyWar of Independence (Colombia : 1810-1822)Tariff--Law and legislationWar of 1812LegislatorsTodd, Charles Stewart,TornadoesEmigration and immigrationRandolph, Edmund,SurveyingGist, Christopher,Tucker, St. George,AgricultureMichiganMorgan, John Hunt,ReligionNicholas, George,Todd, LeviLetcher, Robert Perkins,Prentice, George D.--(George Denison),African Americans--EducationBaseballCholeraSchoolsInfluenza177618221806180818191820135812AC1822ocn015575733book18190.93Logan, WilliamMr. Logan submitted the following motion for consideration which was read, and ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate252ocn426107121book18060.94KentuckyIn General Assembly, December 3, 1806HistoryResolutions233ocn465755567file18190.96Logan, WilliamIn Senate of the United States, December 28, 1819. Mr. Logan submitted the following motion for consideration, which was read, and ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate11ocn017784328book18081.00Logan, WilliamTo the people of KentuckyHistory11ocn049251726mixLogan, WilliamWilliam Logan :ArchivesSourcesPapers include letters dated 9 Jan. and 3 Mar. 1820 discussing social activities in the capital, the possibility of running for governor of Ky., an invitation to have his likeness placed in a gallery in Philadelphia, various friends, and notes that the admission of Mo. seemed settled; and an 8 Aug. 1822 obituary of William Logan noting that he died at his residence in Shelby County, Ky., of the "prevailing fever."11ocn049224190mixBeall-Booth familyBeall-Booth family papersHistoryRecords and correspondencePapers include correspondence regarding land speculation, surveys, and division of vast tracts of land in Kentucky, as well as the legal and financial problems associated with their landholdings; land records for acreage along the Kentucky, Ohio, and Green rivers; orders of payment and receipts regarding Norborne Beall's personal business; accounts and ledgers from Williamsburg and early Louisville, Ky., stores and merchants; and legal records. The letters and records also chronicle the hardships and dangers of frontier Kentucky, slave concerns, Kentucky economics, and politics. Correspondents include John May, George May, John Marshall, George Mason, Robert Morris, George Nicholas, Richard M. Johnson, Joseph Hamilton Daviess, Samuel Griffin, Robert Breckinridge, Basil Holmes, David Meade, James Mercer, David Ross, Robert Lewis, Henry Clay, Robert P. Letcher, and others. Also included are the papers of the William L. Booth family of Meade County, Ky., and Leavenworth, Ind. which contain correspondence and business and legal records. The bulk of the collection is correspondence discussing farming, finances, legal and business matters, diseases, family matters, the Mexican War, Civil War, religion, and politics11ocn049235234mixPope-Humphrey family :HistorySourcesAlso includes correspondence, 1873-1938, concerning the lives of Judge Alexander Pope Humphrey, his wife Mary Moss Churchill, and their children, especially Alexander Pope Humphrey, Jr., who died in flight training during World War I, and Mary Churchill Humphrey who spent years abroad and became involved in theater and writing; two small diaries kept by Alexander Pope Humphrey, one while attending Centre College in 1864, and the other dated 1878 containing notes on law cases; one small diary kept by Alexander Pope Humphrey, Jr., recording data on training flights made in 1917; a diploma and grade reports from Centre College; addresses by Alexander Pope Humphrey; inventories of personal items belonging to Mary Churchill Humphrey and some of her unpublished written work; collected poetry on the subjects of war, death, religion, and philosophy. Also includes programs and invitations; a memorial and tribute; pamphlets, broadsides, and circulars; genealogical information on the Pope and McKinley families; and newspapers clippings concerning World War I, horse racing, and the theater11ocn058785820book1820Arbuthnot, JohnTo the people of Kentucky. : Fellow citizens, in a few weeks you are to elect a governorFri Mar 21 15:35:44 EDT 2014batch9141