The American Educator; A Library of Universal Knowledge; Comprising a General Encyclopedia of Literature, History, Art, Science, Invention and Discovery; A Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language; A Gazetteer of the World; Volume 4

The American Educator; A Library of Universal Knowledge; Comprising a General Encyclopedia of Literature, History, Art, Science, Invention and Discovery; A Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language; A Gazetteer of the World; Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...in Pennsylvania, a post-village of Chester co., about 22 m. S.W. of Chester. A village of Indiana co., ubt. 167 m. W. of Harrisburg. Lewisville, in S. Oirolina, a village of Chester dist., abt. 60 m. N. of Columbia. Lewisville, in Virginia, a village of Brunswick co., abt. 78 m. S.S.W. of Richmond. Lew-Kew Islands. See Loo-choo. Lex, n. Lat., law, from legere, to read. The law. A law for the government of mankind in society. Among the ancient Romans this word was often used as synonymous with right, jus. When put absolutely, it means the Law of the Twelve Tables. Lex fori. Lat., the law of the Forum. The law of the country, to the tribunal of which appeal is made. Lex loci contractus and actus. Lat., the law of the place of making the contract, or of the tiling done. It is the doctrino that all contracts made, or obligations thorpe co., abt. 75 m. W.N.W. of Augusta. Lexington, in Illinois, a post-village and township of McLean county, about 15 miles N.E. of Bloomington. Lexington, in Indiana, a village of Lagrange co., about 50 m. V. by W. of F--A post-village and township, the former cap. of Scott co., about 18 m. S.W. of Madison. Lexington, In Iowa, a post-village of Washington co., 10m. N.W. of Washington. Lexington, In Kansas, a township of Johnson co., --A poet-township of Clark co. Lexington, in Kentucky, a city, cap. of Fayette co., on the Town Fork of Elkhorn river, alwut 25 m. S.E. of Frankfort; Lat. 38 6' N., Lon. 84 18' W.; reached by the Louisv. & Nash., the Queen A Crescent, and 8 other R. Rs.; Is beautifully located, regularly laid out, well-built, and very clean. The State College of Kentucky and Kentucky University are here located. L. commands an active and extensive trade, and baa numerous manufactures, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 1146 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 57mm | 1,996g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236947967
  • 9781236947963