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A NEW COLLECTION
LAWS, CHARTERS AND LOCAL ORDINANCES
OF THE GOVERNMENTS OF
GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE AND SPAIN,
RELATING TO THE CONCESSIONS OF LAND IN THEIR RESPECTIVE COLONIES;
TOGETHER WITH THE
LAWS OF MEXICO AND TEXAS
ON THE SAME SUBJECT.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED
JUDGE JOHNSON'S TRANSLATION OF AZO AND MANUEL'S
INSTITUTES OF THE CIVIL LAW OF SPAIN.
BY JOSEPH M. WHITE,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AND LATE DELEGATE IN THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, AND
IN TWO VOLUMES.-VOL. II.
T. & J. W. JOHNSON, LAW BOOKSELLERS,
SUCCESSORS TO NICKLIN AND JOHNSON,
No. 5 MINOR STREET.
ENTERED according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1839, by
T. & J. W. JOHNSON,
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court, for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Indian relations and the indemnity to Panton,
Official reports, orders and decrees relating to lands in the two
Surveyor general of West Florida,
Order of the intendency against Anglo-Americans obtaining grants,
Extract from the first volume of the Laws of the United States,
Treaties, contracts and conventions, concluded at different times,
between the United States of America and France, up to the
List of Spanish governors of Louisiana and their commissions,
Papers printed by order of the Senate of the United States,
Laws of the United States relating to land titles in Louisiana,
Laws of the United States relating to land titles in Missouri,
Progress of the American Revolution,
Historial account of the discovery of the mouth of the Missis-
sippi, and establishment of the town of New Orleans,