Georgia act of attainder, 1778. British disqualifying act, 1780. Minutes of the Executive council, January 14, 1778-January 6, 1785. Journal of the Land court, April 6-May 26, 1784.
Georgia act of attainder, 1778. British act of attainder, 1781. Act of confiscation and banishment, 1782. Without orgainized government. Journal of the House of assembly, August 17, 1871-February 26, 1784. No TOC. this is a bound photocopy of an original text. Due to the copying process, pages are skewed, off center and some pages have dark marks.
Minutes of the Executive council, January 14, 1778-January 6, 1785. Journal of the House of assembly, August 17, 1871-February 26, 1784 16.
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Allen Daniel Candler (November 4, 1834 – October 26, 1910) was a Georgia state legislator, . Representative and the 56th Governor of Georgia. Candler was born the eldest of twelve children to Daniel Gill Candler and Nancy Caroline Matthews in Auraria, Georgia, in Lumpkin County, a mountainous mining community. Candler attended country schools and then Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, graduating in 1859. Candler studied law briefly, and then taught school.