Annual Report

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Page 194 - Pennsylvania,'" to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies, also — A New Essay by " The Pennsylvanian Farmer " on the Constitutional Power of Great Britain over the Colonies in America, with the Resolves of the Committee for the Province of Pennsylvania, and their Instructions to their Representatives in Assembly.
Page 190 - An Appendix; containing a Summary of such Acts of Assembly As have been formerly in Force within this Province, For Regulating of Descents and Transferring the Property of Lands, etc.
Page 193 - Votes and proceedings of the House of Representatives of the province of Pennsylvania, met at Philadelphia, on the fourteenth of October, anno Domini 1754, and continued by adjournments.
Page 194 - July, 1776, with the Constitution ; the minutes of the Assemblies of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to the end of the present year ; and the Articles of Confederation of the United States of America, and that the House will purchase and pay for two hundred copies thereof.
Page 187 - d by Order of the General Assembly of the aforesaid Province. Philadelphia: Printed & sold by Andrew Bradford, Printer to the Province MDCCXXVIII.
Page 188 - The Charters of the Province of Pennsylvania and City of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Printed and sold by B. Franklin, 1742.
Page 190 - Laws passed between the 30th day of September, 1775, and the Revolution, together with the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the State of Pennsylvania And the Articles of Confederation of the United States of America.
Page 190 - Pennsylvania, Carefully compared with the Originals. And an Appendix, Containing such Acts, and Parts of Acts, relating to Property, as are expired, altered or repealed. Together with the Royal, Proprietary, City and Borough Charters, an'd the Original Concessions of the Honorable William Penn to the First Settlers of the Province.
Page 159 - Saturday) the library shall close at 12 o'clock noon. 3. The Governor, members of the General Assembly. Justices of the Supreme Court, heads of departments, and officers of the Commonwealth, at the seat of government, and such other persons as may be...
Page 187 - Tertio. At a General Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, begun and holden at Philadelphia, the Fourteenth Day of October, Anno Dom.

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