Samuel Hazard, John Blair Linn, William Henry Egle, George Edward Reed, Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Gertrude MacKinney, Charles Francis Hoban
J. Severns & Company, 1853 - History
A collection of documents supplementing the companion series known as "Colonial records," which contain the Minutes of the Provincial council, of the Council of safety, and of the Supreme executive council of Pennsylvania.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
agreeable appointed Army Arnold Assembly attention beg leave Board Capt Captain Chester County City Cloathing Colonel Command Commissary Committee Continental Copy County DANIEL ROBERDEAU Directed distressed Duty Enemy Esqr Esquire Esteem Excellency Joseph Reed Excellency's most obedient Expence favour Flour Frontiers Genl Gentlemen George George Bryan give Hbble Holker Hon'ble honor hope humble Serv humble Servant inclosed Indians Indorsed inform Inhabitants Inst Jacob James JOHN JAY John Roberts Justice Lancaster letter LEWIS NICOLA March Matlack matter Militia Mud Island necessary obed occasion Officers Pennsylvania Persons Philad Philadelphia Power Pres present President Reed Prisoners procure proper publick reason received Regiment request Resolution of Congress Resolved respect RICHARD PETERS Sec'y sent Service Stores Sunbury supply Supreme Executive Council Thomas Timothy Matlack Town Troops Vessels Waggons wish York
Page 59 - of its Laws, and owing Allegiance to the same State, as a false Traitor against the same, not having the fear of God before his Eyes, but being moved and seduced by the Instigation of the Devil, the Fidelity which to the same State he owed, wholly withdrawing, and with all his Might intending the Peace and Tranquillity of this Commonwealth of
Page 60 - give and send Intelligence to the same Enemies for that purpose, against the Duty of his Allegiance, against the form of the Act of Assembly in such Case made and provided, and against the Peace and Dignity of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania— Whereupon, the Sheriff of the County
Page 60 - and lawful men of the said County,- by •whom the Truth of the Matter may be the better known, and who are of no Affinity to the said John
Page 685 - commissions, and if they are not relieved, it must be the case with many others, as they will have no alternative. I have the honor to be with the greatest respect and Esteem your Excellency's most ob* serv
Page 114 - by Virtue of An Act of Assembly entitled an Act for the Attainder of Divers Traitors if they render not themselves by a certain Day and for vesting their Estates in this Commonwealth, and for more effectually discovering the same, and for ascertaining
Page 61 - said; Whereupon, all and singular the premises being seen, and by the Court here fully understood, It is considered by the Court here that the said John
Page 450 - notice of Congress and to a suitable provision until they can return to civil life with advantage : Resolved therefore, That Congress gratefully acknowledge the faithful services of such officers, and that all supernumerary officers be entitled to one year's pay of their commissions respectively, to be computed from the time such officers
Page 772 - of December next, to be a day of public and solemn thanksgiving to almighty God for his mercies, and of prayer for the Continuance of his favour and protection to these United States; to beseech him that he would be graciously pleased to influence
Page 640 - will be pleased to take such measures as shall appear to you proper and effectual to produce their immediate return. This will be rendering an essential service to our officers in general in captivity, will tend much to remove the difficulties which now lie in the way of exchanges, and to discourage the practice of violating paroles in future.