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Laws of Illinois 1840-1849

Laws of The State of Illinois, passed by the Eleventh General Assembly at their Special Session, began and held at Springfield, on the Ninth of December, One Thousand Eight Hundred And Thirty-Nine. Published in pursuance of Law, Springfield: William Walters, Public Printer, 1840.

Laws of the State of Illinois, passed by the Twelfth General Assembly, at their Session, began and held at Springfield, on the Seventh of December, One Thousand Eight Hundred And Forty. Published in pursuance of Law. Springfield: Wm. Walters, Public Printer, 1841.

Laws of the State of Illinois, passed by the Thirteenth General Assembly, at their Regular Session, began and held at Springfield, on the Fifth of December, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-Two. Published in pursuance of Law. Springfield: Walters & Weber, Public Printers. 1843.

Revised statutes of the state of Illinois, adopted by the General Assembly of said State, at its Regular Session, held in the years, A.D., 1844-5, Together with an Appendix, Containing Acts Passed at the Same and Previous Sessions, not incorporated in the Revised Statutes, but which remain in force. Springfield: Willaim Walters, Printer, 1845.

Laws of the State of Illinois, passed by the Fifteenth General Assembly, at their Session, begun and held in the City of Springfield, December 7, 1846. Published in pursuance of Law. Springfield: Charles H. Lanphier, Public Printer, 1847. 15th General Assembly, 1846.

Laws of the State of Illinois, passed at the First Session of the Sixteenth General Assembly, begun and held at the City of Springfield, January 1, 1849. Springfield: Charles H. Lanphier, Public Printer, 1849.

Laws of the State of Illinois passed by the Sixteenth General Assembly, at the Second Session, commencing October 22, 1849. Springfield: Charles H. Lanphier, Public Printer, 1849.