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52 An act for the relinquishment of a state loan, in favour of the estate of the late

Thomas Gallagher, deceased.

81

53 An additional supplement to an act, entitled “ An act to alter the judiciary

system of this commonwealth."

82

54 An act enabling a committee appointed by the court of common pleas of York

county, to sell and convey the real estate of Abraham Cook, a lunatic.

83

55 An act to repeal a certain part of the act, entitled “ A further supplement to

an act, entitled “ An act to alter the judiciary system of this common w Ith.”

84

56 An act to increase the number of constables in the boroughs of Lancaster and

Easton.

84

57 A supplement to an act, declaring the holding of any office or appointment un-

der this state, incompatible with the holding or exercising offices, or appointments,

under the United States.

95

158 A supplement to the act, entitled “ An act to incorporate the Lancaster and

Susquehanna Insurance Company."

86

59 An act to erect the towns of Waterford and New Haven, in the county of Lan-

caster, into a borough.

87

60 An act to exonerate from the effects of a judgment, the estate of the late Fre.

derick Antes, deceased.

91

61 An act for the relief of Jacob Rouse, a wounded soldier.

92

62 An act for the relief of John Wilson and David Hess.

92

63 An act granting a tract of donation land to Jacob Speider, an old soldier. 93

64 An act to incorporate the Pennsylvania company, for insurance un lives, grant-

ing annuities, and other purposes.

94

65 An act for the relief of John Hoskins and Daniel Dougherty, old soldiers. 99

66 An act authorizing the governor to contract with John Binns, for printing a

certain number of copies of such parts of the English statute law, as is reported by

the judges of the supreme court to be in force within this commonwealth, and to

provide for the distribution thereof.

100

67 An act to authorize the further improvement of the state-house yard, in the

city of Philadelphia, and for other purposes.

101

68 An act for the relief of Richard Harding.

102

69 An act granting an annuity to Joseph Johnson, for life, and also granting to

him a tract of donation land.

102

70 A further supplement to an act, entitled " An act establishing the seat of go.

vernment of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania at Harrisburgh, in the county of

Dauphin."

103

71" A supplement to the act, entitled “ An act to incorporate the Philadelphia

Society for the encouragement of domestic manufactures."

104

72 An act for the relief of Robert Love.

104

73 An act to enable the guardians of David Maclay and Robert Maclay, minor

children of Samuel Maclay, late of Northumberland county, deceased, to make par-

tition on their behalf of certain real estate.

105

74 A supplement to the act, entitled “ An act making appropriations for certain

roads therein mentioned, and also for improving the navigation of certain rivers ;"

passed the eleventh of April, one thousand eight hundred and seven.

106

75 An act relative to the courts of common pleas, in the county of Cumberland.

106

76 An act to authorize the governor to incorporate a company for making an arti-

ficial road from, at, or near the village of Belmont, in the county of Wayne, in a

southerly direction, along or near the route of the North and South state road, until

it shall intersect the Easton and Wilkes-Barre turnpike road, in Northampton

county.

108

77 A supplement to the act, entitled “ An act authorizing the governor to incor.

porate a company for making an artificial road from the bank of the river Susquehan-

na, opposite the borough of Harrisburgh, to Pittsburgh."

111

78 An act to authorize the administratrix of John Fitz Randolph, late of the coun.

ty of Wayne, deceased, lo convey two certain lots of ground to the purchaser thereof. 112

79 An act for the relief of David Davidson, an old soldier.

• 113

80 An act to cede to the United States, the jurisdiction over a piece of land at

Presque' Isle, for a light house.

113

81 An act for the relief of insolvent debtors, residing in the city and county of

Philadelphia, and their creditors.

· 114

82 An act to provide for the election of representatives of the people of this state,

in the congress of the United States.

127

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83 An act anthorizing the court of quarter sessions of Lancaster county, to ap-

point viewers to view part of a certain road therein mentioned.

130

84 An act granting to Thomas Campbell two tracts of donation land.

131

85 A further supplement to an act, entitled “ An act directing the mode of sell.

ing unseated lands for taxes."

- 131

86 An act for the relief of Magdalena Ennes, widow of the late lieutenant Benja-

min Ennes, who was slain in battle by the Indians, during the revolutionary war. 132

87 An act for the relief of the Lutheran and Calvanist congregations of Row's

Church, in Penn township, Northumberland county.

133

88 An acı granting a sum of money to the trustees of Bedford academy, in the

county of Bedford.

• 133

89 An act to empower the trustees of the German Calvanist congregation of Be-

thel church, in Albany township, in Berks county, and the Calvanist congregation

of Jacob's church, and of the Calvanist congregation of Ebethnezer church, in Lynn

5 township, Northampton county, to sell and convey a tract of land therein mentioned. 134

90 An act for the relief of Philip Hornbecker, Michael MÔNulty, John M‘Mullin,

and James Purdy, old soldiers.

135

91 An act to regulate the taking up lumber in the rivers Susquebanna and Le.

high, and their branches.

136

92 An act authorizing and empowering George Feidt, to execute a title to. Mi-

chael Shadel, for a certain real estate therein mentioned.

138

93 An act exonerating John Hewson from the payment of interest on money bor-

rowed from this commonwealth."

138

94 An act appointing commissioners for the purpose of taking care of the public

property at Erie and Waterford, and for other purposes.

139

95 A supplement to an act, entitled “ An act taxing certain offices."

140

96 An act to annex part of Northumberland county, to the county of Mifflin. 141

97 An act granting a donation tract of land to the heirs of Joseph Potts, a captain

in the Pennsylvania line, during the revolutionary war.

142

98 An act to alter the time of holding certain courts in Washington county. 142

99 An act to annul the marriage of Benjamin Harrisson and Margaret his wife. 143

100 An act to change the name of Jesse Homer to that of Jesse Henderson Jones. 143

101 An act to compensate John Shook, for services in the late American revolu,

tion.

144

102 An act authorizing the governor to purchase from Farrand, Hopkins, Zant-

zinger and company, five hundred copies of Purdon's abridgment of the laws of

Pennsylvania, and to provide for the distribution thereof.

144

103 An act authorizing the commissioners of the county of Philadelphia, to erect

fire-proof offices in the city of Philadelphia, and for other purposes therein men.

tioned

145

104 An act to incorporate the township of Moyamensing, in Philadelphia county. 146

105 A further supplement to the act, entitled "An act authorizing the governor

to incorporate a company for making an artificial road from the borough of Harris-

burgh, through Lewistown and Huntingdon, to Pittsburgh.”

· 159

106 An act for the relief of Isaac and Elizabeth Wood, minors, children of Benja-

min Wood, late of the city of Philadelphia, deceased.

160

107 An act authorizing the secretary of the land office to issue patents in certain

cases, to claimants of certain lands in the counties of Luzerne and Bradford, and for

other purposes therein mentioned.

· 162

108 An act for the relief of John Lehman, Matthew Wilson, and George Buyers,

old soldiers.

163

109 An act to organize for judicial purposes, the counties of Bradford, Tioga, and

164

110 An act for the relief of Levi Griffith, David Edgar, and George Funk, olā

soldiers.

166

111 A further supplement to an act, entitled “ An act to enable the governor of

this commonwealtb to incorporate a company for making an artificial road from the

intersection 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.

167

112 An act for the relief of Henry M‘Euen, a wounded soldier, and of Mary Gor.

don, widow of Thomas Gordon, a soldier deceased.

· 168

113 An act for the relief of John Schriber and Sebilla Schriber.

168

114 An act for the relief of Stoffel Weigell, a wounded soldier.

- 169

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115 An act to enable Simon Meredith and David Hillis, to sell and convey a cer-

tain tract of land.

170

116 An act for the relief of George Wiseman, Samuel Smiley, Henry Shade and

William Johnson, old soldiers.

171

117 An act providing for the final settlement, and full discharge of the claim of

Edmund Milne.

172

118 An act to enable Edward De La Montanye, to convey a certain piece of land

to the purchasers.

172

119 An act authorizing the governor to appoint commissioners to lay out a state

road from the town of Washington, in the county of Washington, through Williams-

port and Somerset, to intersect the turnpike road from Harrisburg to Pittsburgh. 173

120 An act to improve the breed of sheep in the counties of Luzerne, Northum-

berland and Delaware.

· 175

121 An act granting to Charles Martin a tract of donation land.

175

122. An act for the immediate relief of Emanuel Bollinger and Valentine Weirick, 176

123 An act granting an annuity to Edward Quigley, a wounded soldier of the re-

volutionary war.

176

124 An act granting (in trust) to Susanna Stokeley, widow of captain Nehemiah

Stokely, deceased, such quantity of donation land as officers of his rank were enti-

tled to.

- 177

125 An act to purchase and make free, the bridge over the river Conestogoe,

built by Abraham Witmer, in the county of Lancaster.

178

126 An act granting a tract of donation land to Elizabeth Williams, formerly wife

of Richard Fleming, deceased.

• 180

127 An act granting relief to John Brown, a wounded soldier.

• 181

128 An act for the relief of Peter M.Bride, an old wounded soldier.

- 181

129 A further supplement to the act, entitled “ An act for securing the city of

Philadelphia, and the neighbourhood thereof, from damage by gun-powder," and also

to “ An act to provide for the inspection of gun-powder."

182

130 An act for the relief of John Keasy, an old soldier.

- 182

131 An act to authorize Nathaniel B. Boileau, Thomas B. Montanye, and Gove

Mitchell, to sell and convey a school house and lot of land in Moorland to ship,

Montgomery county.

183

132 An act for facilitating the due administration of justice.

184

133 An act for the relief of William Brown and Jacob Shiefley, old soldiers. 184

134 An act to extend the powers of the Gettysburgh and Black's tavern turnpike

company.

185

135 An act enabling a committee appointed by the court of common pleas of York

county, to sell and convey a part of the real estate of Henry Beechler, a lunatic. 185

136 An act to authorize Henry Conrad to erect a toll bridge over the Allegheny

river.

186

137 An act to erect several new election districts within this commonwealth, and

to change the places of holding the general elections of several existing election

districts.

188

138 An act in aid of the Centre turnpike road.

· 195

139 An act for the relief of sundry inhabitants of the county of Adams, adjoining

the manor of Mask.

194

140 An act to dissolve the marriage of James Huston and Rachael his wife. • 195

141 An act to alter a certain line between the counties of Mifflin and Huntingdon,

on the river Juniata.

195

142 An act to revive and continue the act, entitled “ An act authorizing the go.

vernor to incorporate a company for making an artificial road, from the river Schuyl.

kill, at Reading, in the county of Berks, to or near Hummelstown, in the county of

Dauphin."

- 196

143 An act for the relief of Jacob Kuhn, and Samuel Pullin, old soldiers.

197

144 A supplement to an act, entitled “ An act authorizing the governor to pur-

chase from Farrand, Hopkins, Zantzinger, and company, five hundred copies of Pur-

don's abridgment of the laws of Pennsylvania, and to provide for the distribution

thereof."

198

145 An act to dissolve the marriage contract between Jacob Zinn, junior, and Eve

his wife.

198

146 An act enabling Henry Manifold and Andrew Clarkson, of York county, to

make and execute a deed of conveyance for a certain tract of land.

199

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147 An act enabling the governor to incorporate a company for making an artificial

road from the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike road, at or near Kennedy's tavern

in the county of Lancaster, through Lititz to the town of Manheim, in said county. 200

148 An act constituting a tribunal to relieve the distresses of the disabled, or in-

firm, and poor revolutionary officers and soldiers, who served in the Pennsylvania

line.

203

149 An act appropriating a sum of money for completing the new prison in the city

and county of Philadelphia, and for other purposes.

204

150 An act for the relief of Alexander Brown, Samuel Watt, and Patrick Martin,

old soldiers.

205

151 An act to continue in force an act, entitled “ An act for establishing a health

office, and to secure the city and port of Philadelphia from the introduction of pesti.

lential and contagious diseases," and supplementary thereto.

· 205

152 An act to vacate part of a street of the width of forty feet in the district of

Southwark, as a public highway.

208

153 An act providing for the payment of such portion of a direct tax as may be

laid by the general government on this commonwealth.

209

154 A supplement to “ An act enabling a committee appointed by the supreme

court to sell and dispose of the real estate of Jacob Palmer, a lunatic."

• 209

155 A further supplement to an act, entitle “ An act to enable the governor to

incorporate a company to make an artificial road from the east end of Perkiomen

s bridge, in the county of Montgomery, passing through Pottsgrove, and by the White.

horse tavern, in Amity township, to the borough of Reading, in Berks county.”

210

156 An act to authorize any incorporated bank within the city of Philadelphia, to

make loans to the governnient of the United States.

211

157 An act to vest the title of this commonwealth to a certain escheated estate in

Robert Gregg

212

158 An act to vest in Elizabeth Frantz the estate of Henry Money, late of West-

moreland county, deceased, escheated to this commonwealth.

212

159 A supplement to the act, entitled “ An act to amend and consolidate with its

supplements the act, entitled " An act for the recovery of debts and demands not

exceeding one bundred dollars, before a justice of the peace, and for the election of

constables and for other purposes."

213

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

cial road, by the best and nearest route, from the town plot of New-Baltimore, in

the county of Bradford, to the New Milford turnpike, at or near the first mile stone

of said turnpike.

214

161 An act supplementary to an act, entitled “ An act to authorize and direct the

governor to incorporate a company for erecting a permanent bridge over the river

Schuylkill, at or near where the floating bridge of Abraham Sheridan is at present

situate, known by the name of the “Upper Ferry," in the county of Philadelphia." 216

162 An act to repeal and supply an act, entitled “ An act to provide for the edu.

cation of the poor, gratis ; " passed the fourth day of April, one thousand eight hun-

dred and nine, so far as the same operates on the city and county of Philadelphia. - 218

163 An act to incorporate the president and directors of the streets, lanes and

alleys, in the town of Lewisburg, in the county of Northumberland.

• 219

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

pany for erecting a bridge over the river Tioga, at the village of Athens or Tioga

222

165 An act ascertaining the overplus land in the triangular tract, on Lake Erie,

and for other purposes.

.224

166 An act authorizing Bethuel Vincent, guardian of the minor daughters of Pe.

ter Housel, deceased, to sell a house and lot of ground in Milton, in the county of

Northumberland, the property of the said minors.

226

167 An act authorizing the courts of quarter sessions of Batler and Mercer coun-

ties, to direct a review of parts of certain state roads therein mentioned.

- 227

168 An act for the relief of Susanna Burras.

- 227

169 An act dissolving the marriage of Elsa Middough, and Levi Middough. • 228

170 An act authorizing the sale of the real estate of John Hannah, deceased. . 229

171 An act to authorize the governor to appoint commissioners to lay out a state

road, beginning at the Burnt Cabins in Bedford county, thence to Waterford in Mif-

Alin County, thence either to the mouth of Fishing Creek, or to Clark's ferry, in

Cumberland county.

230

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172 An act to anaul the marriage of Samuel Rose, junior, and Sarah bis wife. 231

173 An act to authorize the sale of the real estate of William O'Harra, a minor. 231

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

road from Gettysburgh to the western end of Miller's town, in Adams county. 232

175 An act authorizing Robert Allison, to convey a tract of land therein men-

tioned.

• 235

176 An act enabling Elizabeth Wilson and George Spangler, a committee ap.

pointed by the court of common pleas, of York county, to convey part of a certain

Tract of land to James Patterson.

236

177 An act to make perpetual the act, entitled “An act concerning contempts of
court."

237

178 An act to dissolve the marriage contract between William M'Glaughlin, and

Isabella his wife.

237

179 An act to authorize the governor to appoint commissioners for the purpose of

laying out a state road.

- 238

180 An act for the relief of William Tenant, an old soldier, wounded at the storm-

ing of Stony Point.

239

181 An act to validate and confirm the proceedings of certain justices of the peace

of the county of Centre, and of Frederick Haymaker, a justice of the peace of the

county of Crawford.

239

182 An act for the relief of Catharine Fisher, widow of the late Garrát Graff, de-

ceased, an officer in the revolution.

• 210

183 An act to incorporate the Monongahela manufacturing society.

- 240

184 A further supplement to the act, entitled “ An act to provide a more effec-

tual method of settling the public accounts of the commissioners and treasurers of

the respective counties.

245

185 A supplement to the act, entitled “ An act granting certain privileges to, and

enlarging the regiment of artillery, attached to the first brigade, first division, Penn-

sylvania militia, and for the better organization of the cavalry of the city and county

of Philadelphia ;" and for other purposes,

245

186 An act making appropriations to defray certain expenses of government, and

for other purposes.

· 246

187 An act to continue an act, entitled “ An act to provide for the inspection of

ground black-oak bark, intended for exportation.”

248

188 An act to vest in Jacob Young, son of Christian and Lehna Young, of the '

township of Passyunk, and county of Philadelphia, the estate of John Hannis, de.

ceased, who was also a son of the said Lehna.

248

189 A supplement to an act, entitled “ An act establishing an academy in the bo.

rough of Gettysburgh, in the county of Adams, and granting a sum of money thereto.” 249

190 A supplement to the act, entitled “ An act to empower William Pennell,

guardian of Matthias Richard Sayres, and Edward Smith Sayres, to sell and con.

vey real estate belonging to the said minors."

250

191 An act to facilitate the improving the great road leading from Green's mill, in

Dauphin county, over Peter's mountain, to Sunbury, in Northumberland county. 250

192 A further supplement to the act, entitled “An act for the consolidation and

amendment of the laws as far as they respect the poor of the city of Philadelphia,

the district of Southwark, and the township of the Northern Liberties."

251

193 An act to erect Norristown in Montgomery county, into a borough.

255

194 An act concerning joint tenancy.

259

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