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16. An act to revive and continue in force the chartered privi-

leges of the Presbyterian congregation of Waynesburg,

in Mimin county, which have been lost by neglecting

to choose trustees,

22

17. An act for the relief of Jacob Bastian and others, soldiers

of the revolutionary war,

ib

18. An act changing the organization and extending the ju-

risdiction of ihe court of Common Pleas, of the first

judicial district,

23

19. An act to incorporate the Belvidere Delaware bridge

company,

25

20. An aet'to enable the Governor to incorporate the Harris-

burg water company,

21. An act for the relief of Benjamin Jones and George Eys-

ter, soldiers, and Catharine Weikle and Magdalena

Kunkle, widows of soldiers of the revolutionary, war,

43

22. An act to continue the improvements of the state by raii-

roads and canals,

44

23. An act to preserve the evidence of title to the donation

and other lands in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania,

46

24. An act altering the time of holding the courts in the

eighth and fourteenth judicial districts, and for other

47

purposes,

25. An act for ihc relief of Johur Lehman, John Kitts, Mat-

thias Ritz, Robert Wright and Thomas Abott, soldiers,

and Christiana Wilhelm, the widow of a soldier of the

revolutionary war,

49

26. An act for the relief of sundry soldiers and widows of
soldiers of the revolutionary war,

ib

27. A further supplement to the act entitled, “ An act supple-

mentary to the act to incorporate and endow the Penn-

sylvania Institution for the deaf and dumb,”

51

28. A further supplement to the act to amend and consolidate

with its supplements an aet entitled, “ An act for the

recovery of debts and demands, not exceeding one

hundred dollars, before a justice of the peace, and for

the election of constables, and for other purposes,

52

29. A further supplement to an act entitled, “An act to incor-

porate the district of Spring Garden,"

53

30. An act relative to the Western and Eastern state peniten-

tiaries, and to the Philadelphia county prisons,

55

31. An aet to enable Thomas Laird of the borough of Erie,

to perfect his title to out-lot number four hundred and

twelve, of the sceond section of the town of Erie,

59

32. An act for the entire abolition of lotteries,

60

33. An act for the relief of Zachariah Closson, Jacob Booz,

Henry Bloss and George Swetzer soldiers, and Elizabeth

Henry, widow of a soldier of the revolutionary war, 62

34. An act to erect Mifflintown in the county of Juniata, into

a borough, and for other purposes,

63

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35. An act for the relief of Dennis Carroll and Frederick

Bruner, soldiers, and Ann Carothers and Catharine

Keasey, widows of soldiers of the revolutionary

war,

71

36. An act for the relief of Jonathan Jacobs and Jacob Erb,

soldiers, and Elizabeth Moser, Elizabeth Wheeland,

Catharine Sheely and Mary Parker, the widows of sol.

diers of the revolutionary war,

ib

37. A further supplement to an act entitled, “ An act authori-

zing the Governor to incorporate the Mill Creek and

Mine Hill navigation and rail road company,” passed

February seventh, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, 72

38. An act to amend an act, entitled, "An act authorizing the

Governor to incorporate a company to make an artifi-

cial road, commencing where the Schuylkill canal road

intersects the Ridge turnpike road near Robinson's

mill, thence along the bed of said road to the Flat Rock

bridge,”

73

39. An act for removing strata of rock from the bed of the

Wallenpaupack river in the counties of Pike and

Wayne, and for other purposes,

74

40. An act for the relief of George Keller, a soldier, and

Louisa Osteer and Catharine Curry, the widows of sol-

diers of the revolutionary war,

75

41. An act for the relief of James Kirk, Benjamin Watson,

James Curry, Thomas Henderson, Thomas Clark and

Adam Lead, soldiers, and Catharine Rehr, the widow

of a soldier of the revolutionary war,

ib

42. An act authorizing the inhabitants of Windsor township,

York county, and Skippack and Perkiomen town.

ship, Montgomery county, to elect additional supervi.

sors, and for other purposes,

76

45. A supplement to an act entitled, "An act establishing an

academy in the town of Wellsboro', in the county of

Tioga,

78

44. A supplement to an act passed the twenty-second March,

A. D. one thousand eight hundred and seventeen,

entitled "An act relative to suits brought by or against

corporations,"

ib

45. An act to authorize the State Society of the Cincinnati of

Pennsylvania, to enjoy a larger income,

79

46. An act for the relief of John Overturil, Thomas Burk and

George Cook, soldiers of the revolution,

80

47. An act to change the names of Sebastian Gundt, George

Henry Gundt, and Benjamin Gundt of the county of

* Northampton, and John George Gundt of the county of

Bucks,

81

48. A further supplement to an act entitled, “An act for the

promotion of agriculture and domestic manufacturés,"

Pace,"

49. An act providing for the inspection of spirituous liquors

in the boroughs of Columbia and Washington, in the

county of Lancaster, and in the town of Wrightsville,

in the county of York,

82

50. An act to incorporate the Philadelphia Fire company, 84

51. An act to incorporate sundry fire companies,

85

52. An act relative to swine running at large in M'Kean

county, and for other purposes,

87

53. An act to confer on Horatio Nelson Beaumont, Andrew

Jackson Beaumont, Sarah Ann Beaumont, Louisa

Beaumont, George Harrison Beaumont, John Addison

Beaumont, and William M. Beaumont, the rights and

benefits of children born in lawful wedlock,

54. An act for the relief of sundry soldiers and widows of

soldiers of the revolutionary war,

90

55. An act to prevent obstructions being placed on turnpike

roads,

91

56. An act further to extend the provisions of "An act relative

to the patenting of lands,” passed the eighth day of

April, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine,

92

57. An act for the relief of Robert Campbell, Frederick Baum,

James M’Dowel, Michael Rager, Job Helms and Samuel

Shaw, soldiers, and Justina Weiser and Margaret

Dentzler, the widows of soldiers of the revolutionary

war,

93

58. A supplement to an act entitled, “An act for laying out a

state road from the bridge over the river Delaware, at

New Hope, through Doylestown, over the new bridge

at Norristown, Montgomery county, through West

Chester, to the state line, in a direction to Baltimore,

in the state of Maryland, and from York through

Lewisberry, to the Harrisburg bridge, and for other

purposes,

59. A further supplement to "An act authorizing the Governor

to incorporate the Schuylkill Valley navigation com.

pany,"

98

60. An act to facilitate appeals by guardians from the judg.

ments of justices of the peace, and from awards of

arbitrators, and for other purposes,

99

61. A supplement to an act entitled, “An act to continue the

improvements of the state by rail roads and canals,"

passed February the sixteenth, one thousand eight

hundred and thirty-three,

100

62. An act to incorporate the Merchants' and Manufacturers'

Bank of Pittsburg,

102

63. An act to authorize the prothonotarics of the scveral

courts of Common Pleas of this commonwealth, to take

security and discharge insolvent debtors from arrest,

and for other purposes,

107

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64. An act declaring Big Sugar creek, from Goodwin's mill,

in Venango, county, to Proper's forks in Crawford

county, and the north fork of Sandy Lick creek in the

county of Jefferson, from the mouth thereof to Ridgway

in said county, public highways,

109

65. An act to authorise the surviving executors of the will of

Henry Drinker, deceased, to sell certain lands therein

mentioned, and for other purposes,

110

66. An act appointing commissioners to settle the accounts of

William Hawley, a contractor for the erection of the

Chester county poor house,

113

67. A supplement to an act, entitled “An act to authorize the

Governor to incorporate a company for erecting a

bridge over the river Susquehanna, at the borough of

Towanda, the seat of justice in the county of Bradford, 114

68. A supplement to an act entitled, “An act incorporating the

Lykens Valley rail-road company in Dauphin county,

passed on the seventh day of April, eighteen hundred

and thirty, and for other purposes,

115

69. An act supplementary to an act entitled, "An act to incor-

porate the Philadelphia, Germantown and Norristown

rail-road company,” passed the seventeenth day of

February, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred

and thirty-one,

116

70. An act to incorporate the Chambersburg Insurance com-

pany, and to extend and continue the charters of sun-

dry Insurance companies in the city of Philadelphia,

and for other purposes,

118

71. A supplement to the act entitled, “An act for the sale of the

vacant lands within this commonwealth," passed the

third of April, one thousand seven hundred and ninety

two,

129

72. An act to improve the navigation of the river Youglio-

gheny,

130

73. An act to establish a seminary, by the name of “Haver-

ford School association,”

131

74. An act to incorporate the Wyoming and Lehigh rail-

road company,

134

75. An act to change the name of Marquis William Twitchell

to that of Marquis William Wilmot, and to confer upon

the illegitimate children of John Eichelberger, the

rights of children born in lawful wedlock, and to legiti-

mate the children of James Normand,

143

76. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate the

Philadelphia and Reading rail-road company,

144

77. A further supplement to the act entitled, “An act authori-

zing the Governor to incorporate the Tioga Navigation

company,”

156

78. A supplement to an act entitled, "An act to improve the

navigation of the Susquehanna river,"

160

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79. An act to incorporate a company to make a free road

from Adamsburg, on the Pittsburg and Greensburg

turnpike, to Peter Pool's tavern, on the Robbstown

and 'Mount Pleasant turnpike road, in the county of

Westmoreland, and for other purposes,

162

80. An act authorizing the executors of the last will and tes-

tament of Peter Beisel, deceased, to vest certain trust

moneys,

165

81. A supplement to the act entitled, “An act to incorporate

the Rock Cabin and Tangascootack rail road company

in Centre county,"

ib

82. An act for the relief of George Rees, Robert Lackey, Jo-

seph Schnable, John Smith, Daniel Wertz, soldiers,

and Catharine Hartchey, Catharine Fry and Barbara

Murphy, the widows of soldiers of the revolution, 167

83. An act relating to the escheat of lands held by corpora-

tions without the license of the commonwealth,

ib

84. A supplement to the act regulating auctions in the city of

Lancaster, and other towns of this commonwealth,
passed on the seventh day of April, eighteen hundred

and thirty-two,

170

85. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate the Nor-

ristown and Mount Carbon rail-road company,

172

86. An act authorizing the Governor to subscribe stock in the

Codorus Navigation company,

183

87. An act for the relief of sundry widows of soldiers of the

revolutionary war,

184

88. An act relative to certain streets, alleys and public land-

ings, in the county of Philadelphia, and in the city of

Pittsburg, and for other purposes,

186

89. An act authorizing the rc-laying of certain land warrants

in Mercer county,

189

90. An act supplementary to an act entitled, “ An act to ena-

ble the Governor of this commonwealth to incorporate

a company for making an artificial road, from the inter-

<section 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,"

190

91. An act for the relief of Jonathan King, Joseph Wood,

Ephraim Williams, John Ireland, George Lanenberger

and Samuel Spicer, soldiers of the revolutionary war, 191

92. An act to incorporate the Philadelphia society for alle-

viating the miseries of public prisons,

192

93. An act to confirm Richard Ashhurst and George Morris in

the title to certain real estate in thc city of Philadelphia, 193

94. An act to authorize the canal commissioners to settle and

adjust the claims of John Evans, a contractor for the

construction of the Swatara aqueduct,

194

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