Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania: From the Organization to the Termination of the Proprietary Government. [Mar. 10, 1683-Sept. 27, 1775], Volume 6
Vol. 10 includes "Minutes of the Council of Safety from June 30th, 1775, to November 12th, 1776" (p. -784)
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Page 573 - He is now dead; but he was a bad man when he was alive. He looked upon us as dogs, and would never hear any thing that was said to him. We often endeavored to advise him and to tell him of the danger he was in with his soldiers. But he never appeared pleased with us, and that was the reason that a great many of our warriors left him and would not be under his command.
Page 543 - ... that the creek or river called Mamaroneck which is reputed to be about thirteen miles to the east of Westchester, and a line drawn from the east point or side where the fresh water falls into the salt, at high water mark, north-northwest to the line of the Massachusetts...
Page 106 - Crown and a grand council to be chosen by the representatives of the people of the several Colonies met in their respective Assemblies.
Page 106 - That after the first three years, when the proportion of money arising out of each colony to the general treasury can be known, the number of members to be chosen for each colony shall from time to time, in all ensuing elections, be regulated by that proportion, yet so as that the number to be chosen by any one province be not more than seven, nor less than two.
Page 106 - That there shall be a new election of the members of the Grand Council every three years; and on the death or resignation of any member, his place shall be supplied by a new choice at the next sitting of the Assembly of the Colony he represented.
Page 691 - As their numbers amount to near Seven Thousand Persons, the driving them off, with leave to go whither they pleased, wou'd have doubtless strengthened Canada with so considerable a number of Inhabitants...
Page 702 - An Act for the better ordering and Regulating such as are willing and desirous to be united for Military Purposes...
Page 108 - That a Quorum of the Grand Council, empowered to act with the President-General, do consist of twenty-five members, among whom there shall be one or more from a majority of the colonies. LAWS TO BE TRANSMITTED That the laws made by them for the purposes aforesaid shall not be repugnant, but, as near...
Page 120 - Together with all and singular the , ways, waters, water courses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments, and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, and the reversions and remainders, rents...
Page 28 - I cant avoid seizing you and to confiscate your Effects, to the use of the Indians, our Children, Allies and Friends : as you are not allowed to carry on a Contraband Trade. It is for this reason Sir, that we stopped two Englishmen last Year, who were Trading upon our Lands, moreover the King my Master asks nothing but his Right, he has not the least Intention, to trouble the good Harmony and Friendship which Reigns between his Majesty and the King of Great Britain. " The Governor of Canada can give...