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Title:[Speech] 1829 Sep. 21, Nashville, Ten[nessee] / W[illiam] Hall : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author: Hall, William

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Date: September 21, 1829
Extent: 9p
Summary:This is a copy of a speech given by Governor William Hall to the Senate and House of Representatives, dated September 21, 1829. Hall talks about the need for a strong and wise judiciary. He also mentions the penitentiary system. Hall talks about the need for a standardized currency to a sound economy. He explains a dispute with Kentucky over an area of their shared border.
Collection:Governor William Hall Papers
Document: sl604

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