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RESOLUTIONS

1. Resolutions relative to the union of the states and the

constitution of the United States,

484

2: Resolution relative to the tariff,

486

3. Resolution relative to the payment of collectors and toll-

keepers on the Pennsylvania canal,

ib

4. Resolution relative to the use of the water of the river

Delaware,

487

5. Resolution relative to the free use of the Louisville and

Portland canal,

488

6. Resolution relative to the distribution of the proceeds of

the public lands of the United States,

ib

7. Resolution relative to the culvert at Hardwicke run, on

the Columbia rail-road, near Lancaster,

489

8. Resolution relative to the division line of Union and Ly-

coming counties,

490

9. Resolution relative to the Columbia rail-road, at Lan-

caster,

491

10. Resolution relative to laying rails upon the Columbia

bridge,

i ib

11. Resolution relative to the payment of the costs in certain

cases of supposed escheat,

492

12. Resolution relative to the entire abolition of lotteries, 493

13. Resolution relative to the repairing of the publie buildings. 494

14, Resolution relative to the payment of lock-keepers and

collectors,

495

15. Resolution for the relief of Isaac Griffith, late marshal of

the Eastern district of Pennsylvania,

ib

16. Resolution relative to canal damages on Grant's Hill, 496

17. Resolution relative to calculating interest upon mortgages

in the Land Office,

497

18. Resolution relative to the estate of John De Pui,

ib

19. Resolution relative to the disposal of water power at

Milton, Northumberland county,

493

20. Resolution relative to the Peninsula at the bay of Presque

Isle, on Lake Erie,

499

21. Resolution for the relief of John Kelker, late deputy

marshal of the Eastern district of Pennsylvania, and

for the relief of Jacob Heck, late brigade inspector, 2d

brigade, 11th division Pennsylvania militia,

500

22. Resolution relative to the payment of interest on the

first of August next,

501

23. Resolution for the relief of William B. Mitchell,

502

24. Resolution relative to pay of clerk hire in the Auditor

General's office, and contingent expenses in the office

of the Secretary of the Land oflice, and for other

purposes,

ib

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To enable the Governor to appoint a Notary Public in the borough of

Middletown, in Dauphin county.
Seotion 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-
sentatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Goneral
Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the
same, That the Governör be and he is hereby authorized and
directed to appoint one additional Notary Public in the
county of Dauphin, who shall, during his continuance in
office, reside in the borough of Middletown.

SAM'L. ANDERSON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JESSE R. BURDEN,

Speaker of the Senate. APPROVED—The seventh day of January, Anno Domini, eighteen hundred and thirty-three.

GEO. WOLÉ.

No. 2.
A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT
To the act entitled “A further supplement to the act entitled An act to

alter the judiciary system of this commonwealth," passed the eighth
day of April, eighteen hundred and twenty-six.

Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre.
sentatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General
Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by ihe authority of the
same, That the publication of the list of causes, required by
the third section of the supplement passed on the fourteenth Circuit court.

Due publica. day of April, eighteen hundred and twenty eight, to the act tion of list of to which this is a further supplement, shall be full notice of causes to be trial in all causes in the cireuit courts of this commonwealth considered

where the said publication shall be hereafter made, agreeably
full notice
of trial.

to the directions of the third section of said supplement,
thirty days before the time of holding said circuit courts,
any rule or rules of said court to the contrary notwithstand-
iog.

SAM'L. ANDERSON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JESSE R. BURDEN,

Speaker of the Senate. APPROVED—The seventh day of January, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three

GEO; W'OLE.

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No. 3:

AN ACT
Relative to the Abington and Waterford Turnpike.
Secr. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen.
tatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General
Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the
same, That an act of the General Assembly entitled, “Ati
act to enable the Governor to incorporate a company to make
an: artificial road, from the Philadelphia and Great Bend
turnpike, in Abington township, to intersect the Milford and
Owego turnpike road, at or east of Montrose," passed the

first day of February, one thousand eight hundred and Revival of twenty-three, and the seventeenth section of an act entitled, acts of 1823 "An act authorizing the Governor to incorporate the Warren and 1826. and Jefferson county turnpike road company," passed the

tenth day of April, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, are
hereby renewed, re-enacted, and continued in full force and
effect, to all intents and purposes, as if the Abington and
Waterford turnpike road had been made and finished within
the tiine limited by law for that purpose; and the term lini.
ted by law for finishing the said Abington and Waterford
turnpike road, be and the same is hereby extended to the
twenty-fifth day of April, which will be in the year one thou-
sand eight hundred and thirty-six.

SAM'L, ANDERSON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JESSE R. BURDEN,

Speaker of the Senate. APPROVED—The fourteenth cay of January, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three.

GEO, WOLF.

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