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Innes, Harry 1752-1816

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Works: 59 works in 70 publications in 1 language and 216 library holdings
Genres: Trials, litigation, etc  History  Sources  Records and correspondence  Maps  Surveys  Archives 
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An address to Judge Innes by Richard Dickinson ( Book )
4 editions published in 1803 in English and held by 106 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Bodley family papers by Bodley family ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Papers pertaining to the Bodley and related families, primarily in Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Virginia, include personal and business correspondence, business, legal, land, and military papers, and genealogical material. Personal correspondence, 1776-1920, revolves around Thomas Bodley, his son William Stewart Bodley, and his grandson Temple Bodley. Topics include Kentucky history and politics; prominent Kentucky families like the Breckinridges, Clays, Crittendens, and Wickliffes; presidential elections and candidates; African American colonization efforts; agriculture in Kentucky and the South; banking; California history and the gold rush; cholera and other diseases; churches; land speculation; North American Indians; lawyers in Kentucky and Mississippi; Louisville history and politics; the Mexican War; Mississippi history and politics; the Aaron Burr Conspiracy; railroad development; the Civil War; states' rights; Reconstruction; slavery; religion and religious thought; St. Louis history; United States history, politics, foreign relations, and military; Virginia history; the Whig Party; and World War I. Documents include three diaries (1770-1811, 1814-1815, 1863-1865); land papers, 1783-1912; business papers, 1781-1936; military papers, 1788-1852; and genealogy. The collection also contains a group of Clark-Hite-Shiell Papers
[Opinion] by Virginia ( Book )
1 edition published in 1786 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Benjamin Logan, local representative to the Virginia House of Delegates from the District of Kentucky and colonel of the Kentucky County Militia of Virginia, solicits an opinion from the Virginia judges and Attorney General. He asks whether the "power of the Executive" is vested in the field officers of Kentucky for disciplining the militia, guarding against invasions and insurrections, and impressing supplies for use of the militia. George Muter, Caleb Wallace and Harry Innes respond on behalf of the Virginia General Assembly in the affirmative
Harry Innes letters : by Harry Innes ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Collection consists of two letters written by Harry Innes to William Taylor. The letters were dated, Dec. 17, 1809, and August 2, 1815, respectively. The two documents concern the land of Mildred Lightfoot. The first discusses her land survey, while the second is concerned with Philip Lightfoot's claim to the land. Philip came "to this country for the purpose of gaining information respecting the title", of the land. Innes requests Taylor to take Lightfoot to the claim and also forwards money for expenses Taylor might incur. The letters were mailed from Franklin County to Shelby County, Kentucky
Harry Innes papers by Harry Innes ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection contains mostly notebooks or account books kept by Harry Innes from 1772-1814. The account books track his personal and legal accounts, and the notebooks include records of court cases and judgments. A few miscellaneous pieces of correspondence and receipts are also included in the collection, as well as some of the transcriptions created by George D. Todd, the grandson of Harry Innes
Harry Innes letter : by Harry Innes ( )
1 edition published in 1787 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This single item collection consists of a letter written to John Brown by Harry Innes on December 7, 1787. The letter begins with Innes offering his congratulations to Brown on his recent appointment to the U.S. Senate. Innes offers his assistance with Brown's legal clients while Brown is away conducting congressional business. The letter then becomes dominated by a discussion of politics. Innes covers such topics as the U.S. constitutional convention, Kentucky's pre-statehood political situation including navigation rights on the Mississippi River, and the Indian raids in the Kentucky District of Virginia. There is great importance placed on the political situation in the District of Kentucky and the navigation issue. He lists ten reasons why navigation rights should be granted to the United States. Innes hopes Brown "will be able to refute Mr. Jay's suggestion that the Western people had nothing yet to export and therefore the cession of the Mississippi would be no injury to them". Other political problems facing Kentucky and mentioned in this letter were: Kentucky constitutional conventions and revenue taxation
Harry Innes : by Harry Innes ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Also included is John Logan's 1790-1792 account book containing a record of money collected in 1790 by Logan, Innes, Levi Todd, and Greenbury Dorsey for clearing and making the Wilderness Road; accounts of Harry Innes and Levi Todd with road cutters, owners of pack horses and others, 13 Sept. 1792; a list of subscribers, 30 June 1792, for clearing and making the road; and "The amount of the Expenditures for clearing the Wilderness Road under the direction of Colonels John Logan and James Knox in 1792," being signed receipts to Harry Innes from road cutters, owners of pack horses and others, dated at Lincoln Court House, 20 Oct. 1792, and witnessed by Thomas Todd. The collection also includes a typewritten manuscript of the case, Harry Innes v. Humphrey Marshall 1809-1816, for $10,000 for libel
John Lewis papers : by John Lewis ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The collection consists of two items. The first item is a June 27, 1795, land indenture. In this indenture, John Lewis and his wife, Mary, of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, are selling land in Jefferson and Shelby County, Kentucky, to Thomas Posey. The land consisted of two tracts, totaling 8,000 acres. It was being sold for 1,445 pounds. This indenture was signed by Harry Innes. The second document is a tax assessment for Morgan Brown's property for the year 1806. It was signed by John Lewis for Thomas Lewis in 1807
Notebooks and letters by Harry Innes ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Virginia land warrants : ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This one volume journal, listing land transactions from 1783 to 1785, may have belonged to Harry Innes
Harry Innes : by Harry Innes ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Includes a 20 Mar. 1800 order to the Bank of the United States to pay John Mullanphy $250; a 3 Oct. 1809 letter to William T. Barry about taking John Bradford's deposition in suit against John M. Street; and a 19 Dec. 1809 demurrer by Innes' attorneys in a libel suit against Humphrey Marshall, who accused him of involvement with Auguste Lechaise, a French agent conspiring to invade Louisiana
Harry Innes papers by Harry Innes ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondents include John Aylett, John Brown, Wilson Miles Cary, Henry Clay, Joseph Hamilton Daveiss, William Davies, Benjamin Harrison, William Henry Harrison, Thomas Jefferson, Henry Knox, Henry Lee, James Madison, Humphrey Marshall, John May, George Nicholas, Edmund Pendleton, Elizabeth Pringle, Beverley Randolph, Benjamin Sebastian, Peyton Short, John Taylor, James Wilkinson, and Peachey Wills
Danville, [Ky.], to the commanding officer of Mason County, [Ky.] by Kentucky Board of War ( Book )
1 edition published in 1791 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
July 5, 1791, letter to which the names of Charles Scott, John Brown, Harry Innes, and Benjamin Logan have been signed, informing the commanding militia officer of Mason County that Gen. Arthur St. Clair had authorized a second detachment of 500 mounted men led by James Wilkinson to attack the upper Wabash Indian towns
Papers by William Fleming ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Contains miscellaneous papers, 23 documents, photocopies from microfilm, photocopy of a medical journal dated 1765, and an account book
An address to Judge Innes : sole and absolute judge, in all cases to the amount of two thousand dollars, and to the citizens of the United States of America by Richard Dickinson ( Book )
1 edition published in 1803 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Letter by Harry Innes ( )
1 edition published in 1811 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Innes noted that he was trying to complete the testimony in the Innes vs. Street suit and that he applied to a Mr. Hunter for a file from the Western World; he requested that George Meriwether send him copies of the paper; and made reference to Kentucky's "Spanish association," [Willie] Blount's "conspiracy," and "Miranda's expedition."
Autographs : ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This artificial collection consists of two kinds of documents. The first document types are those that were created by "famous" or significant Kentuckians during the course of their day-to-day lives. These documents include 1804 Register Office forms signed by John Adair, an 1806 land transfer document signed by Robert Breckinridge, and an 1801 land tax record signed by Marquis Calmes. Other like documents have the signatures of Lewis Collins, Joseph Crockett, Christopher Greenup, Harry Innes, C.S. Morehead, James Taylor, and multiple Todd's: H.L., Robert, and Thomas
Legal opinions by Harry Innes ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Legal opinions include cases, transcribed by clerks of Judge Harry Innes of the United States Court, District of Kentucky, dealing with land claims, debts, revenue collection and legal questions
 
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Innis, Harry, 1752-1816
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