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comMENCING ON THE sixTH DAY of DECEMBER, A. p. 1841, AND
ENDING FEBRUARY NINETEENTH, A. D. 1842,
WITH AN APPENDIX.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY,
PRINTED BY CHARLES C. S. Holes.
In preparing these acts for publication, where a superfluous word has been found in the enrolled bill, it has been printed in the text, but in italics, and inclosed in a parenthesis, (thus). Where a word has been found necessary to sustain the sense of the context, or, where one word has been obviously mistaken for another, the word supposed to be proper has been supplied, but in brackets,
[thus]; thus adopting a plan heretofore adopted in publishing the ~laws, for the sake of uniformity,