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Annual Reports of the Attorney General of Virginia

On March 23, 1836, the General Assembly of Virginia passed a law requiring the attorney general "to report to the General Assembly the state and condition of the several causes in which the commonwealth is a party."

Virginia's current Office of the Attorney General is pleased to make full-text pdf versions of all extant Annual Reports of the Attorney general available online at

The Library of Virginia is helping this project by filling gaps in their collection with digital images of reports from our collections. Through your transcription efforts, these reports will become more widely available to the public.