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Trial of James Kilner for Assault at sea, .
cult at sea, . . . 79
Trial of Charles Pickering & Samuel Buckley, for counter-
feiting, . . .
· · 84-89
Proposals for an English School, by Enoch Flower,
Anthony Weston, sentenced to be whipt, : . . 92
Trial of Margaret Matson, for Witchcraft,
Tax proposed upon Liquors imported,
Complaints of aggression by the Marylanders, 114, 188
Commission of Provincial Judges, .
Condemnation of the ship Harp of London,
Boundaries of Chester county, .. .
5 of Bucks, " .
James the Second proclaimed at Philadelphia, .
Declaration of the Assembly against Nicholas Moore, . 135
Proceedings thereon in Council, . . 138, 139, 140, 141
Several additional Laws promulgated, . .
Refusal of Council to admit William Dyer, as a member, 197
Sundry proposals agreed on by the Assembly, . . 203
Letter of Thomas Lloyd to Governor Blackwell & Council,
Deposition of Zachariah Whitpaine, relative to the abdication
of James the Second, . . . .
Petition relative to the bounds of Chester county, : 263
Depositions of John Blunston, Thomas Usher and others,
concerning the same, . . . . 264
Proceedings of Council on the subject, . . 264, 265, 266
Writt of Election for members of Provincial Council, . 280
Debate concerning the mode of Election, . . . 281
Speech of Governor Blackwell to the Assembly, . . 286
Declaration of the Governor and Assembly, .
Communication of the Governor concerning danger from the
Papist & Indians, .
Letter from the principal Secretary of State to Governor
• Blackwell, . .
Valedictory speech of Governor Blackwell,
Commissions from William Penn to the Council, . 315, 316
Letter from William Penn to Council, . .
Instructions for the Government of Pennsylvania, .
Declaration of Allegiance signed by the Council, .
Instructions to Lacy Cock, relating to a journey among the
. . .
Commission to Benjamin Fletcher, constituting him
Admiral, . .. .
. . 345
Benjamin Fletcher's Commission to Wm. Markham, consti-
tuting him Deputy Vice Admiral, . . . 352
Commission to Benjamin Fletcher to be Captain General and
Governor in Chief of the Province of Pennsylvania and
County of Newcastle, . . . . 352
Benjamin Fletcher's commission to be Captain General and
Governor in Chief of New York, ,
Conference between Governor Fletcher, and Indians from
the upper part of the river, . . .
Order of Council relative to fees paid to the clerk of Phila-
delphia market, . . . . . 382
Letter of Governor Fletcher relative to the appointment of
a commissioner to meet those of the other provinces at
New York, . . . . .
Regulations of the Philadelphia market, .
Proceedings of the commissioners met at New York to agree
upon a quota of men and money for the defence of that
province, . .
Information against Ann Le Tort,
Governor Fletcher's speech to the Assembly,
Address of the Assembly to Governor Fletcher,
Governor Fletcher's answer, . .
Second address of the Assembly to Governor Fletcher re-
• lative to confirming the Laws of the province, .
Titles of Laws in force in 1693, . .
Remonstrance of the Assembly to Governor Fletcher, May
17th, 1693, . . . . . .
Conference between a Committee of the Assembly and Go-
vernor Fletcher, . .
. . : : 416
Conference between the Assembly and a committee of the
Council, 1. . . . . . 418
Answer of the Council to the Remonstrance of the Assembly, 423
Several Discourses between Governor Fletcher and Commit-
tees of the Assembly, . 425, 426, 427, 428, 429
Examination of Ann Le Tort,
Petition of Philip England relative to a ferry over Schuylkill,
Discourse between William Markham and some Delaware
Indians, . .
Letter from Governor Fletcher to Lieutenant Governor
Markham and Council, . . .
Remonstrance of the Assembly, April 11th, 1694, .
Governor Fletcher's speech to the Assembly, May 23d, 1694,
Table showing the amount of Tax levied and paid in each
county at the rate of one penny in the pound,
Governor Fletcher's speech, May 29th, 1694, .
June 2d, " . .
June 7th, < . .
June 9th, 16 . .
Remonstrance of Assembly in answer to the Queen's Letter,
William and Mary's Letters patent restoring William Penn
to the government of Pennsylvania, . .
Commission of William Markham to be Governor under
William Penn, of Pennsylvania and countries annexed,
Commission to John Goodson and Samuel Carpenter to be
Speech of Governor Markham to the Council June 29, 1695,
to the Assembly May 20, 1695,
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Answer of the Assembly,
Speech of Governor Markham to the Council, September
28th, 1696, . . . . . .
Record of the Road from Tho. Parson's water bridge race to
Oxford, in Oxford Creek, behind Dan Street's house,
Record of the road from Richard Dungworth's mill to Thos.
Parson's grist mill, . .
Record of the road from Dunken William's landing to the
old king's road, ·
Speech of Governor Markham to the Assembly, October 30th
Report of the Assembly relative to raising money,
Order of Council relating to the petition of the inhabitants
of Buck's county for a market town, . .
Report of a Committee of the Assembly on Governor Fletch-
er's letter, - . . . . .
William Penn's letter relative to the growth of vice in Phila-
delphia, . .
Report of the committee appointed to consider William
Penn's letter, .
Proclamation by the Governor and Council, .
Petition of Samuel Carpenter and others, requesting that a
society may be incorporated for the establishment of a
Commission to Francis Nicholson to appoint Judges, &c. for
the court of Admiralty, ...
Commission to Matthew Birch to be Collector at Newcastle, 534
Commission to John Bewley to be Collector, '. . 534
Commission to M. Birch, to be Surveyor, &c., . .. 535
Commission to William Massey to be Collector, .. . 537
Letter from the Justices of Sussex county relative to a
piratical vessel, . . . . .. 539
Petition of John Adams relative to the seizure of his goods, 541
Petition of David Evans, .
ans, . . . . .
Letter from Richard Halliwell relative to James Meinzies of
Boston, . . .
. . . 559
Complaint of the inhabitants of Newcastle, .
Return of Council and Assembly, May 10th, 1699, 567, 595
Order of Council relative to the quality and weight of bread, 582
Speech of William Penn to the Council & Assembly, . 596
Memorial of Robert Quarry against David Lloyd, .
Proceedings upon the petition of Robert Turner, .