AN ACT FOR GIVING EFFECT TO AN ACT, INTITULED, "AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THE JUDICIAL COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES," WITHIN THE STATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA. Begun Congress of the United States: at the Second Session, one thousand seven hundred and ninety held at the City of New-York on Monday the fourth of January.

AN ACT FOR GIVING EFFECT TO AN ACT, INTITULED, "AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THE JUDICIAL COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES," WITHIN THE STATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA

[New York]: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, [1790]. Single sheet, 34 x 21 cm. Approved June 4, 1790. Signed in type by Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, Speaker of the House of Representatives, John Adams, Vice-President of the United States and President of the Senate, and George Washington, President of the United States. Some shallow chipping to left and right margins, a bit of browning to top edge, not affecting text. The act established one district, to be called "North-Carolina district," to be presided over by one judge who was to reside in the district and hold four sessions of the court annually at the town of Newbern, as well as two circuit courts. Item #63676

Not in Evans ESTC W14372 [which lists copies at AAS & South Carolina Archives] OCLC adds Univ. of Minnesota; Univ. of North Carolina- Chapel Hill.

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