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MINUTES

OF THE

PROVINCIAL COUNCIL

OF

PENNSYLVANIA,

FROM THE ORGANIZATION TO THE TERMINATION OF THE PROPRIETARY

GOVERNMENT.

PUBLISHED BY THE STATE.

VOL. III.

CONTAINING THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL FROM MAY 31, 1717, TO

JANUARY 23, 1735-6.

UNIVERSITY

CALIFORNIA

PHILADELPDIA:

PRINTED BY JO. SEVERNS & CO.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Arrival of Governor Keith, and Commission read at the

Court house,

13

Col. Gookin prefers charges against certain Members of

the Council,

15

Failure to substantiate them, and apology,

17

Judges for the Lower Counties nominated,

18

Petition of Thomas Masters for leave to record and pub-

lish his Patents respecting cleansing corn and weaving

bonnets,

18

Visit of Governor Keith to the Indians at Conestogoe, .

19

Speech of Governor Keith to the Indians, 19, 20, 45, 99, 113, 115,

117, 160, 163, 175, 189, 195, 205

Speech of Governor Keith to the Assembly, 25, 27, 56, 63, 65, 70,

140, 174

Memorial of Capt. Christopher Smith,

21

Complaint against the Senequa Indians for killing a Ca-

tawba,

21

Indians exhorted to cultivate peace,

24

Treasurer to pay Expenses of the Treaty,

25

Foreigners to be reported to Council, and take the Oath of

Allegiance,

29

List of Palatines exhibited,

29

Arrival of Col. Spottswood, Governor of Virginia,

30

Jonathan Dickinson appointed Mayor of Philadelphia,

31

Proclamation respecting Pirates, to be published,

32

Objections to the form of the Commission for trying Cri-

minals,

34

Complaint of Council of intrusion by certain Marylanders, 37

Sundry Pirates plead the King's Pardon,

38

Petition of Hugh Pugh and Lazarus Thomas, and their

appeal to the King,

40

Petition for a Road from Conestogoe to Thomas Moore's

and Brandywine,

43

Henry Goldney to nominate an Agent to reside at London, 44

Martha Underdown, convicted of Murder, reprieved,

45

Visit of Sundry Indians to the Council,

45

Speech of Civility,

Account of Presents made to the Indians

49

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