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[Cite as State v. Mitchell, 3 Blackf. 229 (Ind. 1833). NOTE: This "opinion" resembles a diary entry in Blackford's Reports. In the margin next to the entry appears "Thursday, May 30."]

The State v. Mitchell, in Error.

IT was held in this case, that the statute of 1831, prohibiting all persons, except travellers, from wearing or carrying concealed weapons, is not unconstitutional.