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OF THE

PROVINCIAL COUNCIL

OF

PENNSYLVANIA,

FROM THE ORGANIZATION TO THE TERMINATION

OF THE PROPRIETARY GOVERNMENT.

PUBLISHED BY THE STATE.

VOL. X.

CONTAINING THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL FROM OCTOBER 18TH,
1771, TO 27TH OF SEPTEMBER, 1775, BOTH DAYS INCLUDED;
TOGETHER WITH MINUTES OF THE COUNCIL OF SAFETY
FROM JUNE 30TH, 1775, TO NOVEMBER 12th,

1776, BOTH DAYS INCLUDED.

HARRISBURG :
PRINTED BY THEO. FENN & CO.

1852.

974.8
P40

V.io CAND STANFORDON CELIBRARY * UNIVERSITY A12390

716: 1817

Finis
17,si to

CONTENTS..

Acts for preventing tumults & riots, 4; to erect a light house at

Delaware Bay, 4; to perpetuated testimony, 18, 20; for sale of

goods distrained for rent, 22; to repeal an act relating to tap-

ning leather, 23, 24; to regulate chimney Sweepers, 23; to sell

the copper mine tract of land, 23 ; to equalize excise on wine,

rum, &c., 24, 41 ;{to grant his Majesty £1000, 32; to recover

divers sums of money, 27; for the more easy recovery of legacies,

42; to restrain & prevent lotteries, 48, 98; for the support of

the government, 53; for emiting £150,000, 76; to perpetuate
the act of laying duty on negroes imported, 72, 77; vesting cer.
tain tract of land in Cumberland co., 75, 77, 139; for preserv.

ing the navigation of Shearman's creek, 76; for limitation of

actions, 84; to encourage building good mills, 109; to prevent

counterfeiting paper money, 109; to prevent infectious, diseases,

139; to regulate fishing in the Conestogo creek, 139, 144, 149;

to punish rioters, 144 ; to regulate pedlars, 144; to prevent
fraud in packing herring and shad, 114 ; to prevent tumultu--

ous assemblies, 149; to grant money to certain counties, 197 ;

for emiting bills of credit, 223, 226; for building a house of

correction in Philadelphia, 237; to prohibit the importation of

slaves, 245.

Addresses of the Assembly to Governor Richard Penn, 1, 29; to

Gov. John Penn, 96, 107, 216; from Gov. John Penn to the
A ssembly, 97, 107; of the Committee of Safety for the province

of Pennsylvania to the public, 623, 624, 625, 626, 627.

Advertisement, a dangerous one, 141.

Amunition, delivered to the Colonels of the different battalions of

Associators in Pa., 613, 644,

Army, increase of, 467.

Arms of war provided, 298 ; second handed ones purchased, 413.

Apprentices not to be enlisted, 723.

Articles of regulation for associators, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312

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