An act to revive the act, entitled “an act to amend the act entitled, an act for the benefit of those persons, who have, or are likely to suffer by the destruction of the records of Dearborn county, which were consumed by fire in the court house at Lawrenceburgh, on the morning of the sixth of March 1826;” approved, January 11, 1827.
(Approved, December 18, 1828.)
- Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of Indiana, That the act to amend the act, entitled “an act for the benefit of those persons who have, or are likely to suffer by the destruction of the records, of Dearborn county, which were consumed by fire, in the court house at Lawrenceburgh on the morning of the sixth of March, 1826,” approved January 11, 1827, adopted for one year, be and the same is hereby revived and continued in force for the period of two years.
- Sec. 2. That the said commissioner therein named, shall meet on the first Monday in March, May, September, December and February, and continue in session one week if the business shall require it, during the period of two years.
- This act shall take effect, and be in force, from and after its publication in the Indiana Palladium, a weekly newspaper printed and published in the town of Lawrenceburgh in said county of Dearborn.
An act in addition to an act, entitled, “an act authorizing the laying off certain State Roads, and appropriating one hundred thousand dollars of the three per cent. fund, for opening the same;” and the several acts amendatory thereto.
(Approved, January 23, 1829.)
- Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of Indiana, That from and after the first day of July next, several acts, to which this is an addition, shall cease; and there shall be only one road commissioner, on each of the several roads in this state, in lieu of the board of commissioners now existing.
- That from and after said first day of July…that Simeon Slawson of the county of Switzerland, be appointed commissioner on road number sixteen; … that John Barricklow of Dearborn county, be appointed commissioner on road number twenty-three….
An act to establish a State Road from Rushville in Rush county, to Lawrenceburgh in Dearborn county.
(Approved, January 17, 1829.)
- That William P. Rush of Rush county, James Ardery of Decatur county, and John M’Pike of Dearborn county, be and they are hereby appointed commissioners to view and mark a state road, from the town of Rushville in the county of Rush, to the town of Lawrenceburgh, in Dearborn county, commencing at Lawrenceburgh, thence on a way recently marked to Joseph Henderson’s tavern in Decatur county, thence to intersect a county road at William Hill’s in Rush county, thence with said road to Rushville.
An act to establish a state road from Madison in the county of Jefferson, to Lawrenceburgh in the county of Dearborn.
(Approved, January 14, 1829.)
- That Robert B. Mitchell of Jefferson county, David Finley of Ripley county and James Walker of Dearborn county, be and they are hereby appointed commissioners, to view, and mark a state road from Madison in the county of Jefferson, to Lawrenceburgh in the county of Dearborn, on or as near the route of the present road, as the ground will admit, by the way of Riker’s ridge in the county of Jefferson, and by Demeree’s mills, and by Robert B. Mitchell’s in the same county, to the forks of the roads leading to Versailles and Laughery creek, in the county of Ripley; thence on the road leading to said creek, by the way of the Cross Plains in said county of Ripley, to the farm lately occupied by Erastus Lathrop; thence the nearest and best way to Parkers’ horse mill, in Dearborn county; thence the nearest and best way to Wilmington in said last named county, and thence to Lawrenceburgh aforesaid.
An act to amend the act entitled “an act respecting a county Seminary, and the Seminary funds of Switzerland county.”
(Approved, December 18, 1828.)