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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Georgia, (search)
ents the cotton-gin......May 27, 1793 General Clarke, claiming that by the treaty of 1790 certain lands on the south side of the Oconee River had been improperly ceded to the Creeks by the United States, takes possession, defying Georgia and United States, but is driven out......Oct. 12, 1794 Seat of government removed from Augusta to Louisville, now county seat of Jefferson county......May 16, 1795 Rescinding act signed by Governor Irwin, who was elected the previous month......Feb. 13, 1796 United States grants to Georgia preemption rights to lands obtained by joint treaty made with the Creek Indians by United States and Georgia in previous. year......March, 1797 Mississippi Territory set off from Georgia by act of Congress......April 7, 1798 Revised constitution signed by delegates at Louisville, proclaimed by sixteen rounds of artillery......May 30, 1798 Senatus Academicus of University of Georgia first meets at Louisville......November, 1799 Moravian mis
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Mississippi, (search)
...Feb. 1, 1788 Four companies chartered by the Georgia legislature with control of more than 3,000,000 acres of land in Mississippi at the rate of 2 1/2 cents per acre, to be paid into the State treasury......Jan. 7, 1795 Treaty at Madrid with Spain fixes the southern boundary of the United States at lat. 31° N.; the western boundary the middle of the Mississippi River, with free navigation......Oct. 27, 1795 Georgia legislature rescinds grants to the Mississippi companies......Feb. 13, 1796 Spanish commissioner Don Manuel Gayoso de Lemos meets the United States commissioner Andrew Ellicott at Natchez to carry out the provisions of the treaty regarding the boundary-line between the United States and Spain......Feb. 24, 1797 Colonel Ellicott succeeds in securing the election of a permanent committee of public safety......July, 1797 On Jan. 10, 1798, Colonel Ellicott receives notice from the governor-general of New Orleans that orders had been received from the King t