Louisville Directory

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1832
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Page 125 - And be it further enacted, that all penalties and forfeitures incurred by force of this Act, shall be sued for, recovered, distributed, and accounted for, and may be mitigated or remitted, in the manner and according to the provisions of the revenue laws of the United States.
Page 111 - ... parapet wall, and three arches, the centre one of which is semi-elliptical, with a transverse diameter of 66, and a semiconjugate diameter of 22 feet ; the two side arches are segments of 40 feet span ; the...
Page 124 - Orleans, deliver to the collector duplicate manifests of such merchandise, specifying the marks and numbers of every case, bag, box, chest, or package, containing the same, with the name and place of residence of every importer or consignee of such merchandise, and the quantity shipped to each, to be by him subscribed, and to the truth of which he shall swear or affirm, and...
Page 95 - When within three leagues of the enemy, in a direct line, jt took us five days to cross the drowned lands of the Wabash river, having to wade often, upwards of two leagues, to our breast in water. Had not the weather been warm, we must have perished.
Page 124 - ... legally imported, and the duties thereupon paid or secured, or if spirits distilled within the United States that the duties thereupon have been paid or secured.
Page 126 - An Act to provide for mitigating or remitting the forfeitures, penalties and disabilities accruing in certain cases therein mentioned...
Page 121 - States, and that such ship or vessel shall not, while such license continues in force, be employed in any manner, whereby the revenue of the United States may be defrauded, shall endorse such change on the license, with the name of the new master ; and when any change shall...
Page 126 - Act to regulate the collection of duties on imports and tonnage," passed on the second day of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, and...
Page 110 - When completed it cost about $750,000. Owing to the advanced season at which it was opened, the deposites of alluvial earth at the lower extremity of the Canal, or debouchure, could not be removed; and also from the action of the floods, during the succeeding severe winter, on the stones that had been...
Page 97 - Helm's quarters, so soon as they were discovered, to knock down the clay or the mortar into his apple toddy; which he was sure the Captain, from his well known fondness for that fine liquor, would have on his hearth. It is added, that when the Captain heard the bullets rattling about the chimney, he jumped up and swore it was Clark, and he would make them all prisoners; though the dd rascals had no business. to spoil his toddy.

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