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34 An act supplementary to an act, entitled, “ An act to enable the governor of

this commonwealth to incorporate a company for making an artificial or turnpike road

from the intersection of the Bristol and Newtown roads, at the rock in Oxford,

through Bustleton and Smithfield, in the county of Philadelphia, to the Buck tavern

in Southampton, in the county of Bucks."

40

35 An act to incorporate the subscribers to the American fire insurance com -

pa?iy.

40

36 An act providing for the removal of the seat of justice, in the county of Bucks,

from Newtown to a more central place, and for other purposes.

37 A supplement to an act, entitled, “ An act authorizing the president, adjuntas

and members of the Hebrew congregation, of the city of Philadelphia, to raise by

way of lottery, a sum of money for the repairs of their synagogue and burial place,

and for other purposes of relief.”

49

38 An act authorizing the governor to contract with John Bioren, for printing a

certain number of copies of the laws of this commonwealth.

50

39 An act for the relief of certain county treasurers.

51

40 A further supplement to an act, entitled, “An act regulating the fisheries in

the river Conestogoe, in the county of Lancaster.”

51

41 An act authorizing commissioners to fix upon a scite for the erection of a

bridge over the river Delaware, between Howells and Wells' falls, and for other

purposes.

52

42 An act for the benefit of the heirs of John Taylor, deceased.

60

43 A supplement to an act, entitled, “ An act to enable the governor of this com-

monwealth to incorporate a company for the purpose of improving the navigation of

the river Lehigh."

61

44 An act to establish an academy in the borough of Greensburg, in the county of

Westmoreland, and to grant a sum of money thereto.

62

45 An act authorizing and empowering Hugh Conner to sell and convey a part of
a tract of land therein mentioned.

46 An act declaring a part of Oil creek in Venango and Crawford counties, a pub-

lic highway.

66

47 An act to revive and extend an act, entitled, “ An act for the relief of divers

inhabitants of the county of Adams."

66

48 An act to alter the time of holding certain courts of quarter sessions and com-

mon pleas, in the county of Delaware.

67

49 An act to authorize John Corey, administrator of the estate of Levy Corey,

deceased, to convey a certain piece of land therein mentioned.

67

50 An act declaring part of Pine creek in Lycoming county, a public highway. 68

51 An act to authorize the continuance of the courts of quarter sessions of the

peace, for the counties of 'Lancaster and Dauphin, beyond the time to which they

are now restricted.

69

52 A supplement to an act entitled, “ An act to enable the governor to incorpo-

rate a company for making an artificial road by the best and nearest route from the

borough of York, to the Maryland line, at the place the present York road passes

the same, or as near thereto as the commissioners shall find expedient.”

70

53 An act for the benefit of the heirs of Edward Woodward, deceased.

70

54 An act granting Peter Pence an armuity for life.

72

55 An act to incorporate the United States insurance company.

72

56 An act authorizing the loan of money from the state to the commissioners of

78

57 An act for the relief of Patrick M'Gee.

79

58 An act taxing certain offices.

79

59 An act concerning foreign insurance companies,

80

60 An act to annul the marriage of David Carmack and Mary Carmack.

82

61 An act appropriating a sum of money for improving the road froin Pitts-

burglı

, through Canonsburgh, to the town of Washington, in the county of Wash-

ington.

83

62 An act to authorize the commissioners of Armstrong county, to sell certain

lots in the town of Kittaning, and to other ground in lieu thereof.

83

63 An act to enable James Gibson, giardian of John George and Haius Cousland,

to purchase for their use, real estate.

84

64 An act appropriating a sum of money for improving the navigation of French

nd le Bæuf creéks.

85

65 An act supplementary to an act, entitled, “ An act relating to the association

of individuals, for the purpose of banking.”

87

66 An act to enable Catharine Shaefter, administratrix of John Shaeffer, late of

the county of Berks, deceased, to convey a lot of ground to Philip Weaver.

88

67 An act dissolving the marriage of Isaac Peck, and Susannah, his wife.

89

68 An act to prevent swine running at large, within the township of Kingston,

in the county of Luzerne.

90

69 An act for the benefit of John Ritter and Charles Kessler.

91

: 70 An act to authorize the governor of this commonwealth to incorporate a com-

pany for erecting a bridge over the river Delaware, at the Ferry of Adam Romig,

in Durham township, Bucks county:

92

71 A supplement to an act, entitled, “An act to incorporate the German so-

ciety, contributing for the relief of distressed Germans, in the state of Pennsylva-

94

72 An act to empower John Hopkins and Robert A. Byers, to sell and convey a

certain tract or piece of land therein mentioned.

95

73 An act to prevent devises and legacies from lapsing in certain cases.

96

74 An act enlarging and altering the charter of the rector, church-wardens and

vestrymen of the United Episcopal churches, of Christ church and St. Peter's

church, in the city of Philadelphia, in the province of Pennsylvania, and for other

purposes therein mentioned.

96

75 An act concerning the education of German Redemptioners, who are

minors.

99

76 An act to provide for the payment of the taxes due on lands late the property

of John Nicholson, deceased, on which the state had a lien.

99

77 An act exonerating, on certain conditions, William Wallace from the obliga.,

tions of settlement and residence on certain lands therein mentioned

78 An act to authorize the governor to incorporate a company for erecting a

bridge over the river Monongahela, opposite Pittsburgh, in the county of Al-

legheny.

101

79 An act to enable the administrators of William Irwin, late of the borough of

Pittsburgh, deceased, to convey a certain lot of ground to the purchaser thereof. 109

80 An act for the relief of Michael Wann, an old soldier.

110

81 An act granting relief to Michael Nowlin.

111

82 An act to enable the governor to incorporate a company for making an artificial

road, beginning at the west end of the Lancaster, Elizabethtown and Middletown

turnpite road, at or near Middletown ; from thence to the line of William Maclay's

land, adjoining the upper boundary of the borough of Harrisburgh, in Dauphin

county.

111

83 An act making appropriation and provision for carrying into effect the erection

of a bridge over Bald Eagle creek, in the county of Lycoming:

114

84 An act authorizing John Baird, Hugh Baird, and Samuel Adams, executors

of the last will and testament of John Baird, deceased, to make a title for a cer-

tain tract of land, therein mentioned.

116

85. An act authorizing William Liggins to receive a patent for a donation tract of

land in trust for Mary his wite.

116

86 An act to regulate the fisheries in the River Delaware, and for other

purposes.

117

87 An act for the relief of Martin Hyleman.

118

88 An additional supplement to the act entitled “An act to empower the war-

dens of the city of Philadelphia to extend the Market-house in High street, from

Third-street to Fourth-street, from Delaware river ; and to continue the same from

time to time westwardly from one street to another in the middle of High-street,

as the wardens of the said city shall think necessary, and for other purposes therein
mentioned."

119

89 An act to provide for the payment of ammunition, for the regiment of artillery

in the city and county of Philadelphia, and other artillery corps of this com-

monwealth.

120

90 An act for the relief of Richard Bache and others.

121

91 An act to enable the governor to incorporate a company for making an artifi-

cial road from Sunbury, in the county of Northumberland, to Aaronsburgh, in Cen.

tre county, passing through Northumberland, Deerstown and Youngmanstown. 122

92 An act to direct the sale of a certain lot of ground, the property of this com-

mon wealtii, situate in the township of the Northern Liberties, in the county of Phi.

ladelphia.

125

93 An act to enable the governor to incorporate a company for making an artificial

road from the bridge on Conewago, through Falmouth, to intersect the Lancaster

and Middletown Turnpike Road, at or near Elizabethtown.

126

94 An act, supplemental to an act, to prevent frauds in the packing and preserv-

ing of shad and herring for exportation,

128

95 An act to afford immediate relief to Philip Jones, and granting him an an-

nuity.

131

96 An act to enable the governor to incorporate a company for making an artificial

road from Anderson's ferry, on the Susquehannah, to intersect the turnpike road

from the borough of Lancaster to Columbia, at or near the five mile stone.

132

97 An act establishing an academy in the borough of Somerset, in the county of
Somerset.

135

98 An act to prohibit in courts of justice, the reading or quoting of British pre-

cedents, subsequent to the fourth of July, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-
six.

136

99 An act establishing an academy in the borough of Gettysburgh, in the county

of Adams, and granting a sum of money thereto.

136

100 An act for the removal of the seat of justice in Wayne county, from Bethany,

to a place at or near the centre of the said county.

138

101 An act for the purpose of justing the titles to lands in Bedford and Ulster

townships, in Luzerne and Lycoming counties.

141

102 An act regulating arbitrations.

145

103 An act confirming the title of James Parry, to a tract of land in Chester

county.

154

104 An act for the relief of John Connor.

155

105 An act to enable the governor to incorporate a company to make an artificial

road from the east end of Perkiomen bridge, in the county of Montgomery, passing

through Pottsgrove, and passing by the White-horse tavern, in Amity township, in

Berks county, to the borough of Reading.

156

106 A further supplement to the act entitled “ An act to prevent the exportation

of bad and unmerchantable staves, heading, boards, and timber.”

159

107 An act granting a sum of money for the purpose of building a bridge over

Shenango, and opening a road in the county of Mercer.

159

108. An act to extend the act entitled, “ An act concerning strays.”

160

109. An act supplementary to an act entitled “ All act for regulating and maintain.

ing fences.

161

110 An act to change the name of Charles Swift, junior, to Charles Riche.

161

111 An act authorizing the governor to incorporate a company for erecting a

bridge over the Monongahela River, at or near where the road leading from Browns-

ville, to the town of Washington, crosses the same.

162

112 An act to authorize the governor of this commonwealth to incorporate a

company for making a toll-bridge over the Big-Beaver Creek, opposite the town of

Brigiton.

169

113 A supplement to an act entitled, “ An act authorizing the governor to incor-

porate a company for making an artificial road from Safe Harbour to the mouth of

Conestogoe-creek through the village of Strasburgh, to intersect either the Gap and

Newport turnpike, or the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike road, or as near the

former as possible.

175

114 An act supplementary to an act entitled, “An act allowing the Philadelphia

bank to establish branches."

15

115 A supplement to an act entitler! “ An act for offering compensation to the

Pennsylvania claimants of certain lands within the seventeen townships in the coun-

ty of Luzerne, and for other purposes therein mentioned.”

176

116 An act inakirg appropriations to defray certain expences of government, and

to repeal the first section of an act entitled An act relating to the association of

individuals, for the purpose of banking."

178

117 An act incorporating the Bediord Academy, and granting a sum of money

thereto.

179

118 A supplement to an act entitled “ An act to enable the governor of this com-

monwealth to incorporate a company for making an artificial road from the intersec-

tion of Front-street and the Germantown road in the Northern Liberties of the

city of Philadelphia, through Frankford and Bristol, to the Ferry at Morrisville, on

the river Delaware," and the several acts supplementary thereto.

181

119 A supplement to an act entitled, “ An act to authorize Robert Kennedy, his

heirs and assigns, to dig and support a mill race, in and adjacent to the river Schuyl-

kill, near its falls."

183

120 An act establishing an academy in Carmichael's town, in the county of

Greene.

194

121 An act to repeal parts of certain acts of assembly therein mentioned, and to

provide a mode of investing in stock the surplus money in the treasury, and for

other purposes.

186

122 An act to repeal certain acts therein mentioned.

188

123. A supplement to an act, entitled “An act to incorporate a company for making

an artificial road from Harrisburgh, through Lewistown and Huntingdon, to Pitts.

burgh.

189

124 An act to incorporate the Western Missionary Society.

191

125 An act supplementary to an act, entitled "An act directing the sales of

certain town lots in the town of Beaver, and other land adjacent thereto"

194

126 An act dissolving the marriage of Lewis Albertus and Zilla, his wife. 194

127 A supplement to the act, entitled "An act to alter the judiciary system of

this commonwealth,” passed February 24tłı, 1806.

195

128 An act authorizing the governor to incorporate a company for erecting a

bridge over the Allegheny river, opposite Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny. 196

129 An act making appropriation for the employment of additional clerks in the

land offices.

204

130 An act to enable the governor to incorporate a company to make an artificial

road from the Blue Ball tavern on the Downingstown, Ephrata and Harrisburgh

turnpike, through New Holland, to Binkley's Bridge, from thence to the borough

of Lancaster.

205

131 A supplement to an act, entitled “An act to provide a more effectual method

of settling the public accounts of the commissioners and treasurers of the respective

counties, and for other purposes."

207

132 An act to amend and consolidate with its supplements, the act, entitled “An

act for the recovery of debts and demands, not exceeding one hundred dollars, be.

fore a justice of the peace, and for the election of constables, and for other

purposes.”

208

133 An act to amend the act, entitled “An act for incorporating the society

known by the name and style of the Philadelphia contributionship for the insuring

of houses from loss by fire, to ratify and confirm the articles of agreement of the

contributors, and to enable them to make suitable by-laws, for the better manage-

ment and prosecution of their said design.”

225

134 An act granting to John Woods a certain piece of land therein mentioned. 226

135 An act erecting certain election districts, and making alterations in other

districts, in certain counties within this commonwealth.

136 An act authorizing the judges of the supreme court to establish return days. 231

137 An act confirming the titles of James Hickman, John King, and others, to

certain lands, and for other purposes therein mentioned.

231

138 An act to authorize the governor to appoint commissioners for the purpose

of laying out a road from the town of Washington to the state line, in a direction to-

ward Wheeling, in the state of Virginia, at or near William Slator's, where the

present road crosses the same.

232

RESOLUTIONS.

1 A resolution authorizing the governor to have suits brought against the manag-

ers of the Susquehanna and Perkioming bridge lottery.

234

2 A resolution approbatory of the measures of the general government, and

pledging support thereto.

234

3 A resolution authorizing the governor to appoint commissioners to review the

road from Kelso's Ferry to the Maryland line.

235

4 A resolution directing an exhibition of the accounts of the auditor general and

state treasurer.

'235

5 A resolution disapproving of the amendment to the constitution of the United

States proposed by the legislature of Massachusetts.

226

6 A resolution relative to the distribution of certain laws.

237

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