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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 2 0 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Kansas, (search)
d people of Kentucky in favor of separation......May 23, 1785 First act of Virginia favoring the separation of Kentucky on conditions......January, 1786 Second act of Virginia postpones separation until Jan. 1, 1789......October, 1786 Gen. James Wilkinson descends the Mississippi to New Orleans with a small cargo of tobacco and other products......June, 1787 First newspaper published in Kentucky, and the first west of the Alleghanies, the KentuckyGazette, issued by John and Fielding Bradford, at Lexington......August, 1787 Fifth convention at Danville unanimously decides on separation on the terms offered by Virginia......Sept. 17, 1787 Eleven of the fourteen Kentucky delegates in the Virginia convention vote against adopting the Constitution of the United States......June 28, 178S Intrigues of the Spanish government in Kentucky, in which General Wilkinson, John Brown (one of the Virginia delegates to Congress), Benjamin Sebastian, and Judge Innes are implicated.
More victims. --Since our last issue, (says the Warrenton Flag, Fauquier county, Va) five of the seventy odd sick soldiers who were brought to this place to be taken care of have become the victims of disease, and been buried with the honors of war. Their names are Owen Saunders, E E. Barnes, John T. Lee and J. R Butterworth, all of the 9th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers, and Fielding Bradford. To what regiment the latter belongs we have not been able to learn.