Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania: From the Organization to the Termination of the Proprietary Government. [Mar. 10, 1683-Sept. 27, 1775], Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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J. Severns, 1852 - Pennsylvania
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Contents

Complaints respecting the Attorney General
57
William Penns instructions to Governor Keith read
63
Governor Keiths visit to the Governor of New York
70
Certain Laws repealed by the Privy Council
76
Governor Spottswoods remonstrance on the subject of
82
New Commissions to the Justices of the Supreme Court
90
Governor Keiths letter to the President of New York
99
Court of Chancery established
105
Record of a Road from Philadelphia to Gloucester
110
Memorial of Governor Keith to the Governor of Virginia
116
Speech of Ghesaont
123
Speech of James Logan to the Indians
130
John Grist liberated from prison
137
Andrew Bradford a Printer to appear before Council
143
Speech of James Logan to the Indians on the subject
149
John and Edmund Cartlidge committed to prison
156
Habeas Corpus not to be denied to John and Edmund
162
Message from the Governor to the Assembly
166
Robert Assheton restored to his seat in Council
172
Governor Keiths letter to the Council respecting surveys
178
Warrant for the survey of Springetsbury Manor
184
Speech of Governor Keith to Satcheechoe
191
Answer of the Five Nations to Governor Keiths speech
199
Col Spotswood applies for leave to treat with certain
205
Isaac Taylor andElisha Gatchel imprisoned by the Govern
212
Council resolves to sustain Isaac Taylor and Elisha
216
Letter from Charles Calvert respecting Boundaries 222
222
Certain Laws passed by the Governor
229
Col French interrogated respecting the Boundary Disputes
236
James Logan wishes to vindicate his character
242
Objections by the Governor to the Bill to encourage
248
Speech of Governor Gordon to the Assembly 254 264 267 292
254
Proclamation for suppressing Riots to be published
260
Message from the Council to the Assembly
262
William Till reinstated
268
Reply by the Indians
274
Depositions respecting the murder of Thomas Wright
285
Address from the Governor and Council to the King
291
Message from the Speaker to the Governor relative to
298
Speech of the Governor on the final passage of the Paper
360
Report of Committee on Treasurers Account
366
Message from the Governor relative to the naturalization
374
Members of Council ranked
384
Petitions of Germans to be naturalized
392
Speech of Sassoonan
404
Proclamation prohibiting the distribution of Liquor among
411
James Logan appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme
412
Letter from Mr Paris relative to the Sugar Islands
418
Report of Shekallamys visit to the Six Nations
425
Arrival of Thomas Penn
433
Private conference with the Indians
440
Proceedings on the conclusion of the Treaty
447
Conference with the Shawanese Chiefs 459102
461
Letter from the Justices of New Castle county relative
465
Letter from Lord Baltimore complaining of a riot com
468
Letter from the Governor to the Justices of Kent county
474
Letter from Samuel Ogle to the Govenor
480
Letter from Lord Baltimore demanding certain persons
486
Address from the House to the Governor
493
Speech of Ullaloes
504
Council advise the Governor to adhere to his Message
510
Message from Shekallamy
511
Record of road from Lancaster to Schuylkill
521
Arrival of John Penn 569
525
Journey of Governor Gordon to Virginia
528
Observations by the Governor on the Bill respecting excise
534
Resolves by the House on the Governors Message
541
Report of Messrs Hamilton and Georges relative to
547
Speech of Saristago 571
548
Proceedings of Council relative to the Romish Chappell
563
Address from the House to John Penn
582
Amendments to the Bill for the relief of the Poor
589
Petition of Anne Husonunder sentence of death
591
Address from the House relative to Lord Baltimores
596
Speech of Ullaloes
606
Deposition of John Powell relative to a riot
612
Record of a road from Macousie to Philadelphia
618
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