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Letter from David Espy, Esq., 517.
from Abraham Cable, Esq., 533.
to the Commissioners to view the Susquehanna, Delaware
and Juniata rivers, 181.
to the Chiefs of the Six Nations, by Thomas Mimin, 357.
from Oliver Phelps, Esq., 439.
from the Attorney General, 452.
Le Boeuf, lands at reserved, 47.
Lutheran Congregation in Philadelphia receive warrants for land,
MANUFACTURING FUND, touching, 327.
McGilleyray and Indian Chiefs, 405, 406.
Messages from Tbomas Mifflin, 140, 271, 440.
from the Supreme Excutive Council, 206, 436.
Mud Island, bank at repaired, 121, 146.
Model for making nails deposited, 88.
PENN John, orders in his favor, &c., 5, 33.
Pensioners accounts, &c., 332, 337.
Philadelphia, Notary Public in appointed, 1.
Purchases made from the Indians, 34.
Presque Isle, lands reserved at for the State, 47.
Proclamation by Thomas Jefferson, 117, 327.
by George Washington, 201.
Pot-ashes exported, &c., 140.
Procession, public one in Phila, 212.
Peters Richard, Esq., claim to a lot in Philadelphia confirmed, 529.
Pettit Charles, Esq., Agent to settle claims of Pennsylvania against
the United States, recommended to first Legislature under new
Constitution for continuance in said office, 545.
Portio Sanuel, Indian Interpreter, 209.
RIOTERS, rewards paid for their apprehension, 11.
Riots in Washington county, 24.
Rangers in Washington county, 37.
Road from the town of Bedford to Pittsburg, 51,
from Cumberland county to Pittsburg, 73.
from Frankstown to Loyalhanning creek, 256.
Resolutions providing for the safe keeping of prisoners, 175.
respecting the arrears of pay due to the troops of the
lines of the States of Virginia & North Carolina, 384.
for the publication of treaties made under the authori-
ty of the United States, 384.
making allowance for the services of clerks in the
to defray the experse of procuring seals for the Su-
preme Court, 431.
calling upon State officers for information as to the
condition of their several offices, 517. .
Returns of general elections, 193, 210, 490, 494.
Ross Alexander, attainted of high treason, 154.
Reading Convention, prisoners at, 348.
Rank Jobp, an absconded attainted traitor, permitted to return to
Regiment of 500, to be raised to go against the Indians, 423.
Road report, from Bedford to Pittsburg, 476.
SEAT OF GOVERNMENT, temporary one established, 408.
Schuylkill river to be improved, 315.—See Delaware river.
Commissioners appointed for the purpose, 179,
Southwark Commissioners report touching certain lanes, alleys,
roads, 245, 250, 262, 274, 277.
Surveys of reserved tracts of land at Presque Isle, 161.
money paid John Adlum, for making the same, 169.
Susquehanna river, appropriation to improve the same, 179, 315.
Statement of sundries from the accounts of Pennsylvania, 265,
THANKSGIVING DAY, by proclamation, 102, 203.
Traet of land on Lake Erie, bought from the Indians, 139.
Triangular piece of land, touching, 37.
UNIFORMITY in the Military establishment, act touching, 242.
VENANGO, a Fort at mentioned, 161.
Virginia soldiers, bounty land, 384, 443.
WASHINGTON county, Rangers in, 37.
Indians in, did mischief, 306.
Washington George, President of United States, his address, 59.
Western waters to be improved, 337, 347.
Wilson John, an attainted traitor, 115.
SUPREME EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
PHILADELPHIA, Saturday, February the 7th, 1789.
His Excellency THOMAS MIFFLIN, Esquire, President.
Samuel Miles, Christopher Kucher, 7
Zebulun Potts, Richård Willing,
George Woods, ,
William Maclay, John Cannon, and
Abraham Smith, Frederick Watt, Upon the petition of Isaac Franks, of the city of Philadelphia, praying Council to appoint him a Notary and Tabellion Public, and also a recommendation of him as a person well qualified to execute the duties of that office from a number of citizens,
Resolved, That the said Isaac Franks be appointed a Notary and Tabellion Public in and for the said Commonwealth, and he was commissionated accordingly.
Anthony Carothers and Jacob Winck, Esquires, were appointed and commissionated Justices of the Peace, the former for the dis. trict of the township of New Providence, Limerick, and Skippack, in the county of Montgomery, and the latter for the district of the townsbip of Belfast, in the county of Bedford, upon returns made according to law from the said several districts.
Anthony Carothers, Esquire, was appointed and commissionated as Justice of the Court of Comwon Pleas in and for the county of Montgomery.
On motion to grant commissions to Mason Fitz Alden and A brabam Nesbitt, who were returned by the Lieutenant of Luzerne county, in November, 1787, as officers in the first battalion of militia of that county.
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