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Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, elected Vice-President......1836 State Agricultural Society organized......Feb. 3, 1838 Felix Grundy, of Nelson county, Attorney-General of the United States......1838 Governor Clark dies; Lieut.-Gov. C. A. Wickliffe takes oath of office......Sept. 5, 1839 Three hundred and fifty men from Bourbon and Harrison execute Lynch law at Williamstown, Grant county, on Smith Maythe and Lyman Crouch, who had cut the throat of William Utterback, of Bourbon county. He recovered, but lost speech......July 10, 1841 Charles A. Wickliffe, of Beardstown, Postmaster-General; John White, speaker of the House of Representatives, and John J. Crittenden, Attorney-General of the United States—all from Kentucky......1841 Legislature passes anti-State repudiation resolutions......Jan. 14, 1842 George M. Bibb, of Louisville, Secretary of the United States Treasury......June 15, 1844 Raw silk produced in Somerset, 1842, and a manufactory established