Laws passed by the General assembly of Illinois territory, at their sixth session, held at Kaskaskia--1817-'18. Kaskaskia, I.T., Berry and Blackwell, printers to the territory, 1818

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An Act forming a separate County out of Gallatin, White and the detached part of Jackson county, 1818

BE it enacted by the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the lllinois territory, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That all that tract of country within the following boundaries, to-wit: Beginning at the corner of townships ten and eleven on the line, between ranges four and five; thence north with said line thirty-six miles; thence west twenty four miles to the third principal meridian ; thence south with the same to the line dividing townships ten and eleven ; thence east to the beginning, shall constitute a separate county, to be called Franklin: And for the purpose of fixing the permanent seat of justice for said county, the following persons be appointed commissioners