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Harrisburg, arrivals and departures by canal 304 Lancaster county, boat starts for Philadelphia via.
number of arks and rafts which passed ib

Chesapeake& Delaware canal 256
Hassinger, Mr. remarks on York and Maryland

City, rain at, 1811 to 1829

79
rail road Co's bill
200 Lancasterian schools in Dauphin county

112
Hazard, Samuel requests'aid for his settlement on Landlord and Tenant law

263
Ohio
115 Land office, business of

181
Health, board of
176 Land titles, decision respecting

300
Historical notes, occasional from 1683 to 1760 113, 144 Law Intelligence
Society, notes of

128

M'Gee vs. Jackson, can a justice try his
History of Union county

129
own brother?

27
Lower Dublin
137

Tea Cases. 43
Moreland

138

Messrs. Nevins'.
Bristol

140

attorney of Thomas Newbold, power to
Holmesburg

138
draw bill after bankruptcy

74
Holmesburg history of

ib

Commonwealth Election of commission-
Horticultural Society premiums

343

ers in Moyamensing
Hose, introduction of

176
M'Claskey, &c. S

146,165
Hospital, Pennsylvania report

350

extracts (curious) from the records of
diseases in

S51
Chester county, 1681 to 1709

157
House of Refuge report

108

opinion of Chief Justice Gibson on Moy-
I

amensing case

165
Indians, murder of at Lancaster

21

no criminal case at court Q.S. Bucks co. 192
hostilities in do.

22

Willard and Adams) decision of Judge
at barracks in Philadelphia intended

Todd respecting
massacre of

ib
Norris and Lennan, mortgages

274
meeting and memorial at Philadelphia

decision respecting the erection of wooden
on removal of

59
buildings in Philadelphia

214
historical notes respecting

113

titles of acts passed at session of 1829-30 256
traders attacked

114
decision respecting fisheries

272
speeches
114, 252, 343, 373

Wm. Wilson vs. 2 ejeciment, actual settle-
kill a person at Conestoga

114
A. Leasure, &c. S ment titles

293
attack iron works at Markatasony

ib

trial of the mail robbers, Wilson&Porter 312
commit depreclations near city

ib
Judge Baldwin's charge

ib.
destroy an Irish settlement

ib

John Geyer vs. Philad. bank, case of a note 331
Sbawanese when they came to Pennsyl.

sentence of mail robbers

362
po yania and conference at Shackamaxon ib

Roset vs. Royal, breach of agreement 375
chief sends son to be educated

ib

Commonw'th vs. Jameson, steam doctor 382
houses to be built for, at Wyoming

ib

do vs. Sampson, habeas corpus, ib.

ib
Johns, house in Carlisle attacked

ib,
Buranden vs. Flindt, capias case,
Smith ys. Smith, commissions

ib.
give up white children to the Governor
who binds them out
116 Lebanon, rain at in 1829

48

144
and Capt. Jacks' hunters

ib Legacies of William M'Kenzie
settlements, history of
129 Legislature, report of committee on tariff of 1828 1

6
history from 1748 to 1759, extracts from

report of stocks owned
records of Pennsylvania relating to 207

representative numbers for the appor-
tionment of 1829

29
209, 250, 265, 285, 325, 339, 357
received at Philadelphia with great joy, 287

remarks of Mr. Mallary and Mr. Smith
address of the friendly associatian for

on rechartering bank of Pennsylvania 83
359
report to on education

171
postage accounts of members

245
Indian rubber manufactured into sheets

32

report of committee of ways and means
Indigent widows society, report of

85
on finance

148
Infant school society do.

318

Gov's message to on raising revenue 59
Inland trade on Cbambersburg turnpike

336

department, table shewing expenses
Inspection of grain at Philadelphia

80
of 1791 to 1829

204
of bark
do.

ib

length of the sessions of the, & the num-
at Pittsburg 1829

79

ber and average cost of the laws 206
fees at Philadelphia

111

Benjamin R. Morgan's report on termi-
wheat and rye flour 1829

112
of rail road

207
wheat flour at Baltimore

ib

William G. Hawking chosen Speaker 224
Iron from Tennessee at Pittsburg

31
acts of session 1829-30

256
sills used at Pottsville

400
Legislative repartee, Craft and Martin

79
141
Jefferson county, wild lands of

Lehigh county, notes on

20
college Dr. Drake, professor

192
canal, regulations and tolls

53
medical commencement

239
Coal and Navigation company report

75
Jews opinion of, respecting a slab of marble found

report of acting manager 77
ar Norristown

288
Lehighton described

175
Judiciary department, expenditures of from 1791

Letters, from Maj. Leslie relating to Braddock's def't 191
to 1829

414
Hannah Penn to Governor Keith

268
K

Peter A. Browne respecting marble slab 270
Kings' Judge charge to grand jury

273
Benjamin Franklin

403
L
Duke of Richmond

403
Lancaster county, historical notes on

Anne Conyngham

ib.
when erected
ib.

336
Lewistown, improvements at
seat of justice removed to

ib.
Liens, act respecting

273
three Indians murdered at

22
taxables in

115

Liverpool and Manchester railway, report on fixed
and locomotive engines

36

peace with the

21

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Logo Longevity, instances of

Logan, James, biographical sketch of
320 Northampton county, notes on

65
256,378 Northern Liberties, meeting on rail road terminat'n 70
Lumber measured at Pittsburg, 1829

79
trade
30

21
Lusus Naturæ

Oaths, Presbyterians object to "kissing the book”
208
Germans of the Omish faith object to

ib.
Luzerne county, notes on
34

80
Lycoming county, coal in

Oats, measured at Philadelphia 1828 and 1829
240

21
Lyon, Patrick, anecdotes of

Omish, Germans, their peculiarities
356

197
M

Orphan Asylum report
address to by Mr. Rutledge

198
M'Duffiee, 'Mr. report on Bank United States and
currency,
280,289,305

P
M'Kenzie, Wm. distribution of residuary legacies 144 Panther killed at West Bethlehem

112
Magdalen Asylum, report

329 Pastorius, Francis Daniel, petition on account of
Mail Robbers, trial of Wilson and Porter,
312 scarcity of lawyers

255
Judge Baldwin's charge
313 Pauperism in Dauphin county

112
sentence
362 Peniteniiary, Eastern, described

104
Mallary, Mr.'s, remarks on Pennsylvania bank bill 85

inspectors report

106
Manayunk, Catholic Church consecrated at 335

Western, report of

167
Marble, quarries of Montgomery county described 257

number of prisoners

185
curious slab with letters, discovered at Nor- Pennsylvania, Bank of, address of direct's. to stockh's 38
ristown

270,301

speeches of Mallary&Smith on 83
Jews opinion of the slab

288
statement

304
blue, at Norristown

400
new cashier

400
Maryland & Penn'a, dispute about boundary stated 405

Hospital report

350
Mauch Chunk, meteorological tables at

Pennsylvania Legislature

1
170,262,331,384,398,413
stocks owned by the state

6
rail road, calculations respect'g 270,348

petition to assembly in 1695

8
cost of repairs, &c. 348

Swedish documents respecting

14
new coal mines discovered

352

appointments by the Governor48,80,95, 16
chute, no. of wagons loaded per day 368

Lehigh county description of

20
one day's work at

384

Lancaster county historical notes on 21
Medical Commencements, University

237

taxables in each election district and
Jefferson College

238

the representative nmbers of 1829 28
Memorial of Farmers and Graziers on tariff

218
Luzerne county, notes on

34
Blacksmiths, &c.

247
Susquehanna county do

49
Shipbuilders, &c.

277

Governor Wolf's message on raising
Menonists, arrive

114
revenue

58
Mercantile Library company report

73

statement of debts due on loans by
Message, Governor Wolf's on revenue

59
the state

ib
President's, arrival at different places 96

tabular statement of the banks 1829 64
Meteorological observations-

arrival of Wm. Penn at New Castle
rain at Spring mill 1810 to 1829 32

Oct. 1682, according to the records
rain at Philadelphia 1829

ib.
there

79
do. Lebanon do

48

eastern penitentiary, described 104
at Chilisquaque 48,123,170,262,335,400

report of inspectors 106
Philadelphia 48,80,96,103,111,128,

historical notes on, from 1683 to 1760 115
141,160,167,236,380

attempt to make the qualification for
Harrisburg 71,143,223,235,319,383

electors £50

ib
deep snow in Pennsylvania

115

Judges of Supreme court refuse to sit
at Pittsburg

125
on trial of criminals

114
at Beaver

160

early attemps to oppose sale of spirit-
Mauch Chunk 170,262,331,384,398,413

uous liquors

ib
Middleport described

398

a salary first paid attorney general ib
Milford (Centre county) described

214

farmers complain against bounty for
Milton, census of

400
squirrels

115
Mitchell, J. K. invents mode of manufacturing In- •

road opening to the west

ib
dian Rubber into sheets

32

Ben. Franklin appointed agent in G.B. ib
Montgomery county marble quarries

256

meeting of inhabitants against horse
slab, with letters on, found 270

racing, gambling, plays & lotteries ib
Montrose described

50
a deep snow in

ib
Moore, Nicholas, sketch of

139
Union county described

129
Moreland, history

ib.

a tabular view of tee expenses of each
Mortgages, Judge Todd's decision on law respect'g 274

branch of the government from 1791
Mosher, Jeremiah, dies

176
to 1829

142
Mound, a, discovered in Crawford county

144

extracts from records of Chester coun-
Moyamensing, commissioner's election, lawcase 145,165

ty 1681 to 1707

156
N

expenses of running the circular line
Nankeens, exported from Canton for 7 years 160

about New Castle

159
Nazareth described

a jury of women

ib
Negroes, Assembly refuses to declare freedom of 113

books on Geomancy to be burnt ib
petition on employing, Assembly oppose 114

in 1708

177, 161
meeting of at Philadelphia

143

tables showing the state of criminal
New-Castle, expense of running circular line about 159

business 185, 186, 187, 188, 189
Newspapers in several counties

304

tabular view of the expenses of legis.
Norristown,curious slab of marble found 257,270,288,301

lative department

205
improved by navigation

352
records of, extracts from

206,
Northampton, town of, described

20

209,249,264,283,325,339,357,369

66

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ib.

ib.

ib.

79

Pennsylvania, proposal by council to ministers to Phila elphia, Governor Evans flogs a Constable 113
tax colonies 1755

200

the arch in Arch sreet pulled down ib.
scarcity of lawyers in

255

a meeiing called to prevent the sale of
expenses of executive department 272

spirituous liquors 1721

ib.
number of Roman Catholics in, 1757 339

pilots appointed in 1722

ib.
number of inhabitants 1757

ib

a flag to be hoisted on Society bill
& Maryland boundary line case of stated 405

small pox prevails

ib.
tabular view of the expenses of the

state-house begun
Judiciary 1791 to 1829

414
offices adjoining finished

ib.
Pennsylvania Canal, tolls collected

80

room in state-house for public library ib.
rates of toll

111

a great riot at election
rules & regulations proposed 131

commissioners appointed to examine
report of T. G. Kenriedy on!

Schuylkill for a place for a bridge 115
Delaware division

183

state house lot to be purchased from
report of H.G.Sergeant on do. 184

Mr. Allen, 'his cedar tree lot,' ib.
report of James Clark on Ju-

clearances in 1721-22-23
niata division

225
deaths in 1722 to 1744

ib.
report of Alex, C.Twining on

taxables 1720, 40, and 51
do.

228

Penn's conference under great tree
commissioners, law appointing 265

with the Shawanese

ib.
report of committee on state

'barracks' erected

ib.
of

302

petition for erecting piers in Delaware ib.
letting of work on

347

state house square to be purchased 116
Penn township proceedings of a meeting respect-

duties required of Solicitor

122
in rail road

42

artificial springs proposed in the pub.
Penn, William extract from N. Castle records res.

lic squares

123
pecting arrival

petition of owners of lots in and near
Perry county, coal in

240

Mulberry and west of Broad for
Petition to assembly in 1695

8
regulating said streets

124
Philadelphia, resolution of Councils on the rail road 12

city surveyor's plans of streets and al-
finances of, J.M. Read's statements of 17

leys laid out on Schuylkill

ib.
proceedings of Councils 23,72,87,

shoe dealers petition respect'g market ib.
122,152,364,392
changing names of streets

ib.
marshall, U. S. leases a court room in

sums paid solicitor from 1820 to 1829 ib.
State house altered for it

23
sums paid to other attorneys

125
alteration of wagon stands

ib.
diseases and deaths for 1829

126
watering committee report on termina-

meeting of coloured people in favor of
tion of rail road

24
the Canada colony

143
letter of Frederick Graff on do.

27
petition of hucksters

152
arrivals&clearances 31,96,160,239,303,384

solicitor's salary

ib.
meteorological observations

in 1708, by J. Oldmixon

161
32,48,80,96,103,110,111,128,141,166,236

mo. tables of diseases 166,228,236,300,380
city loan, rates at which taken

48

calculations on lighting city with gas 189
arrivals at, 1822-1829

ib.
marine rail way of

192
new vessels 1829

corner stone of 9th Presbyt'n church 208
public meeting, and memorial on re-

meeting on York & Maryland railway 252
moval of Cherokees

59

decision respecting erection of wooden
meetings and memorials on termina-

buildings in

214
tion of rail road

63,69,70

and Port Deposit, packets established 240
old state-house clock for St. Augus.

memorial of blacksmiths, &c. of 245
tine church

72,87

boats from Lancaster via. Chesapeake
old reservoir leased to Tucker

and Delaware canal

256
report respecting city property on

sales of real estate in

256,399
Schuylkill

73,88
memorial of ship builders

273
quantity of grain inspected at

80

Indians received at with great joy 287
quantity of bark do

ib.

length of squares and width of streets 320
mayor, proposes increase of Constables 87

potatoes and green peas, very early

344
memorial of victuallers on the daily re-

new alms-house, corner stone laid 345
moval of their posts and rails ib.

vaccine physicians apply for increase
alterations at High street wharf 88

of salary

364
on Solicitor's salary

ib.

watering committee recommend lay-
sale of wild beasts at

79

ing iron instead of wooden pipes in
eastern penitentiary described 104

certain streets

366
report
106
estimated expense of do.

ib.
wheat and rye flour inspected

112
number of churches in 1793

ib.
members of Assembly pay rent of the

city appropriations

ib.
room in which they meet

113

report on re-numbering houses 390
rights of Assembly encroached upon by

report of com'tee on blowing trumpets 393
proprietary renting out a part of their

report on bucksters

ib.
land intended for a common for ever ib. Phillipsburg described

50
blue anchor and penny pot house land- Pidgeons wild, in Bucks county

240
ings, desired to be made free ib. Pittsburg, iron arrives at from Tennessee

31
re-aplotment of the city

reminiscences of

35
court house and jail erected 1704

first steam boat built at

74
visited by sickness 1705

ib.
inspections at

79
alarm from wolves

ib.
salaries of officers

96
slaughter houses removed

ib.
severe weather at

125
meeting at, on Beaver & Shenango canal 170

ib.

72

ib.

ib.

[blocks in formation]

94

Pittsburgh steam boat lanched at for navigating the

Report to directors of Liverpool Manchester rail
Allegheny

234

way on fixed and locomotive engines 36
steam boat reaches Olean point from

365

report to city council on property on Schuyl-
Postage in different states

204
kill

73
of members of legislature

247
of Mercantile Library Company

ib
Potatoes very early in market

344

of Lebigh coal and navigation company 75
Pottsville, framed houses arrive at

311
of indigent widows society

86
stages at

208, 400 of committee of councils respecting clock
iron sills used at

400
for St. Augustine church

87
Premium of horticultural society

343 of engineers to commissioners of Pennsylva-
Presbyterians object to “kissing the book” law

nia and N. J. on damming the Delaware 88
passed in their favor

21
of John Barber on Penns'a. rail road

93
Presentments of Grand Jurics
36, 196, 255 Major Jno. Wilson on ditto

94
Presidents message arrival of, at different places 96

of inspectors of eastern penitentiary

106
Provident sociery report

172
House of Refuge

108
Q

of commissioners (1760) for improving
Quakers vacate their seats in the assembly

115
Schuylkill

115
R

of committee of ways and means relating to
Rail Road, Pennsylvania Major Dougless report

8
the finances

148
letter from Tho. F. Leaming

12
of Philadelphia Athenæum

153
resolutions of council
ib of controllers of public schools

154
letter from Fred. Graff

13

of directors of mint, on gold and silver coins 160
termination, report of watering committee 24

of commissioners of western penitentiary 167
letter of Fred. Graff

26

of committee on education to legislature 171
report on fixed and locomotive engines 36

of provident society

172
Pennsylvania, meeting in Penn township

of Adjutant General

173
respecting

42

of H. G. Sargent on Delaware division 184
meeting, memorial at Philadelphia on

of T. H. Kennedy do.

183
termination of

63
of apprentice's library company

190
do. in favour of the west side of the

of chamber of commerce of Lyons on Phil-
Schuylkill

69, 95
aclelphia silk

191
meeting in Northern Liberties

70

of Mr. Strickland on Penns'a. rail road 192
report of Jno. Barber

92
of the orphan asylum

197
Major Wilson

of committee of H. R. on terminaton of rail
Moncure Robinson on Alleghe-

road

206
ney portage

97
of deaf and dumb asylum

220
s and Canals compared

112
on divorces

221
average expense of one mile with loco-

of Pennsylvania society for promotion of
motive power

116
public schools

222
Stricklamds report

191

of James Clarke on Juniata division of Penn-
marine, notice of

192
sylvania canal

226
York and Maryland company, Mr. Has.

of Alex. C. Twining on Juniata division of
singers remarks on bill

200
canal

228
do. do. meeting at Philadelphia 212

Mr. Smith's, on national currency

243
certificates respecting, permanent bridge

Secretary of Treasury on bank of U. S. 244
and freshets

203

of committee on state and condition of Penn-
Graff and Erdmans examination of the

sylvania canal

302
permanent bridge

ib

Mr. M’Duffiee's on bank U. S. 280,289,305
of committee of H. R. on termination of ib

of Infant school society

318
Jno. M. Reads speech to committee of

of Magdalen society

329
Legislature on termination of 214, 229

of Childrens' asylum

345
resolution of Mr. Powel respecting 218

of Cabinet of natural science

379
York and Maryland, meeting at York 212

of committee of agriculture to Congress on
Mauch Chunk, calculations respecting 270

silk

384
Baltimore and Susqnehana, address to

Pennsylvania temperance society

388
the Mayor of Balt. on Susquehanna

of Chesapeake and Delaware canal

394
trade

295

of committee on agriculture on petition of
Farmers and Graziers

410
Rain at Spring mill 1810 to 1829

32 Representative numbers for members of legislature
Lebanon 1829

48
as fixed in 1829

28
Lancaster 1811 to 1829
79 Road taxes 1820 to 1829

368
Read, John M. remarks on finances of Philadelphia 17 Robinson Moncure,report on Allegheny portage 97,116
report on duties of solicitor

122 Rocking stone, discovered in Schuylkill county 256
speech on termination of rail road 214,229 Roman Catholic church consecrated at Manayunk 335
Real Estate, sales of at upper Oxford

204

s number of, in Pennsylvania 1757 339
Philadelphia
256,399 Ross John appointed Judge

264
Register of Pennnsylvania, appeal to citizens 416 Rutledge Rev. Mr. address at orphan asylum 198
Relations, numerous
208 Rye inspected at Philadelphia 1824 to 1829

80
Reminiscences of Pittsburg
35 flour do. do. 1829

112
Reports of Legislature on Tariff

1

s
auditor general's
6 Sabbath, bar rooms to be closed on

116
Major Douglass and documents on termina- Salt imported at Pittsburg 1829

79
tion of rail road
9 St. Joseph's, society account of

239
of southern dispensary
15 Schools, public, report of controllers

154
of watering committee on rail road

24

do. of Pennsylvania Society 222
of Schuylkill Navigation Company

28
infant, second report

312
of northern and Philadelphia dispensary 30 | Schuylkill navigation company report

28

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Schuylkill navigation Co.statement of articles as- Tables statement of bankU.S.

245
cending and descending

29

of duties on retails of foreign mdze,1821 to 29 255
state of affairs of company

48
tavern licenses 1804 to 1829

262
water, neat apparatus for parlours

112

of expenditures of the executive department
commissioners appointed to examine for

1791 to 1829

272
a bridge

115 exhibiting a comparative view of the rela-
report of comm’rs for improving,1760 26

tive value of bank notes 1816 and 1819 308
County, progress of improvements in 80

of rates of exchange at which domestic bills
a rocking stone discovered 256

were bought and sold by bank of U. S. 308
Sharp mountain tunnel

ib.
state of the bank U.S. April 1, 1830

ib
mails in

ib. distribution of bills of exchange by bank U.S. 310
valley described

397 list of transfers directed by Sec. of Treasury 311
Segar sellers to take out licenses
114 of discases in Pennsylvanta Hospital

351
Shad, first in market

208

of assessments, road and county taxes, and
large draught of at Sunbury

304

cost of certain bridges near Frankford
Sheep with two heads

208
1820 to 1829

368
Ship-builders memorial of

277

of distances from Berwick via canal to Phila
Silks and Nankeens exported from Canton,7 years 160

delphia and N.Y.

379
society, Pennsylvania, address of

86 comparative of turnpike roads at to expenses

191
quality of Philadelphia

399

tolls &c.
report to Congress on

384

of expenses of Judiciary department 1791
letter of P.S. Duponceau on

385
to 1829

414
Smith, Mr. remarks on extend'g charter Pa. Bank 83 Taverns and inns, act regulating

261
Snakes, rattle, many killed

379

licenses, amount receiv'd for 1804 to 1829 262
Solicitor, city, duties required of
123 / Tax on Coal proposed by Governor Wolf

59
sums paid him from 1820 to 1828 125

letter on

223
sums paid other attorneys
ib. Taxables in each election district

28
debate on salary

152
in Philadelphia

115
Spirituous liquors, meeting to prevent sale, 1721 114

in Bucks, Chester, Lancaster, York and

ib.
petition to prevent sale of at iron works

ib.
Cumberland, from 1732 to 1751

234
Taxes paid by city and districts
bill for encouragement of distilleries op-
posed by Governor Keith
114 | Taxing the Colonies proposed, 1755

208
taverns to be regulated and bar-rooms Tedyuscung, conference with

394,362
closed on the Sabbath
ib. Theatre, Arch street, statue of Apollo

80
number of taverns to be proportional to Theological Seminary at Gettysburg

362
ib. Thompson, Charles, Secretary to Tedyuscung
space or inhabitants
report of Temperance Society

388 Titles, actual settlement, important decision respec.

32
Spring mill, rain at from 1810 to 1829

298
ting by Judge Shaler,

239
116 Tod, Judge, dies,
State-house square to be purchased
Steamboats on the western waters, first
74 Tolls, rates of on different canals

52,111
Mr. Blanchard's, for navigating the Al. Tornado in Washington county

256
234
legheny river, launched

263

at Elizabethtown
built on western waters in diff. years 230 Torrey, Jesse, jr. proposes to make artificial

300,363
ascends Allegheny river

123

springs in the public squares.
Strickland, Wm, on termination of the rail road 192 Travelling over Conemaugh bridge

79
399
Storm, violent at Doylestown

128

rapid
Supreme Co’t, judges refused to sit on trial of crim's 114 Turnpike roads, comparative view, tolls&expenses 399

229
death of Judge Todd

239 Twining, Alexr. C., report on Juniata division
Susquehannah county, notes on

49 Tyson, Job R. address to Apprentices Library co. 323
river trade of

295

U
Swedish documents
14,15 Union Canal, regulations and tells

51
T

table of distances on

52
64
Tables, statement of the banks of Penns'a. 1829

ib.

quantities to a ton
of diseases and deaths at Philadelphia 110, 126

business of

304,320
128,166,300 Union county, sketch of

129

111
meteorological
48,71,110,300,399 University of Pennsylvania, students in

finances of

192
of velocities, on canals, rail roads and turn.

medical commencement

112
pikes compared

237
diseases and deaths in Philadelphia 1829 126

W
sums paid Solicitor and other Attorneys by Warren, steamboat arrives at from Pittsburg and

125
councils

365
proceeds to Olean point

336
West, Benjamin, biographical sketch
summary view of expenses of Government
from 1791 to 1829
152 West-Chester, sales of real estate

204
of fees received by Inspectors of flour, bark,

census of

382
spirits &c. in 1827, 28, 29
152 Wheat, inspected in Philadelphia,1824 to 1829 80,112

263

large product of
of silks and nankeens exported from Canton
in 7 years
160 Whiskey inspected at Pittsburgh, 1829

79
of crimes, ages, sexes &c in E. penitentiary 107 Wilkesbarre, description of

35
no. of prisoners recd. in E&W. do. 1829 185 Wolf, Governor, message on raising revenue,
of criminal business in different courts ib Women, a jury of in Chester county

115
no. of commitments in the jail of Philada. 186 Wyoming, house built for Indians at

185
diseases and deaths in Arch st. prison

288
valley coal
Philadelphia prison 188

Y
annual sick report of do. do.

115
189 / York county taxables
of the expenses of the legislative depart-

and Maryland rail road company bill, Mr. Has
205

200

singer's remarks on
ment of government 1791 to 1829
of rates of Ex.bet,bank U.S. &different places 244 town meeting on York& Maryland rail road 232,245

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