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

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J. Severns, 1840 - Pennsylvania
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Proclamation prohibiting the distribution of Liquor among
James Logan appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme
Letter from Mr Paris relative to the Sugar Islands
Report of Shekallamys visit to the Six Nations
Arrival of Thomas Penn
Private conference with the Indians
Address from the House to John Penn
Proceedings on the conclusion of the Treaty
Conference with the Shawanese Chiefs 459i62
Letter from the Justices of New Castle county relative
Letter from Lord Baltimore complaining of a riot committed in Maryland by Pennsylvanians
Letter from the Governor to the Justices of Kent county
Letter from Samuel Ogle to the Govenor
Letter from Lord Baltimore demanding certain persons
Address from the House to the Governor
Speech of Ullaloes
Amendments to the Bill for the relief of the Poor
Message from the Governor to the House 509 The House request the Governor to withdraw his Message 509 Council advise the Governor to adhere t...
Message from Shekallamy
Message from two Indian Chiefs 513 Record of road from Lancaster to Schuylkill 521 Patrick Gordon reappointed Governor of Pennsylvania 525 G...
Address from the House to the Governor
Message from the Governor on the Bill relative to Bread
Andrew Hamilton to appear at Annapolis in behalf of some prisoners of Pennsylvania 643
Resolution respecting the Court of Chancery
Proceedings of Council relative to the Romish Chappell
Petition of Anno Husonunder sentence of death

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Page 278 - sufficient Security be given by the " Appellee to make ample Restitution of all that the Appellant shall " have lost by means of such Judgement or Decree, in case upon the " Determination of such Appeal, such Decree or Judgement should " be reversed & Restitution awarded to the Appellant.
Page 74 - Council and Assembly of the said Province, and all others whom it may concern, are to take notice and govern themselves accordingly. JAMES VERNON.
Page 308 - That the Indians should in all things assist the Christians, " & the Christians assist the Indians against all wicked People that " would disturb them. 9th. " And lastly, that both Christians & Indians should acquaint " their Children with this League & firm Chain of Friendship made " between them, & that it should always be made stronger &
Page 611 - of the Province of Pennsylvania. " The Humble Address of the Representatives of the Freemen of " the said Province, in General Assembly met. "May it please the
Page 350 - first day of March, in the second year of " the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Second, by the " Grace of God King of Great Britain, France & Ireland, Defender "of the Faith, &c,
Page 282 - would be highly necessary to concert proper measures for the peace and security of the province, which may be endangered by such numbers of Strangers daily poured in, who being ignorant of our Language & Laws, & settling in a body together, make, as it were, a distinct people from his Majesties Subjects. The
Page 410 - twentieth day of August, in the fifth " year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord G-EORGE the second, " by the Grace of God King of Great Britain, France & Ireland, "Defender of the Faith, &c.,
Page 73 - Upon reading this day at the Board a Representation from the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, dated the 8th of this instant, setting forth, their having had under Consideration several Acts passed in
Page 432 - of the Province of Pennsylvania. " THE HUMBLE ADDRESS of the Representatives of the " Freemen of the said Province in General Assembly met:
Page 308 - Indians or Christians should do any harm to each other, Complaint " should be made of it by the Persons Suffering that Right may be " done, & when Satisfaction is made, the Injury or Wrong should be " forgott & be buried as in a bottomless Pitt.

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