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Judicial history, sketch of
Geology, American Journal of, published,

16

Juniata co. town, fixed at Mifflintown,
Germantown, rail road meeting, 94, 105, 192, 286

river, described,
early snow at

368
co. act erecting, from Mifflin,

103
Gettysburg, rail road from, to Maryland line, 199

appointments in

171
meeting and report,

269 Jurors-not to be starved-Judge King's charge
Gibbons, Maj.Jas., gives a bust of B. West to hospital 462

in case of Joanna Clue,
Gibson, C. J. charge in case of corporation, vs. Wal-

к
lace-mortgage,

49, 75 Keith, Sir Williams' administration, narrative of 264
Girard, Stephen, death of
431 | Key John, (first born) sketch of

207
Glass factory, at Dundaff,

367 King Judge's charge in case of Joanna Clue, 381
God, a witness rejected for his disbelief in a 112
Gold, said to be found at Pottstown,

106
Goslin, a, with four legs,
96 Lancaster city, reminiscences of

104
Government, Penn's remarks on

315

county,emigrants settle, 31--reminiscen-
expenses of the

405

ces, 60-great hail storm in 1768, 124,
Grant's defeat at Fort Du Quesne, account of 141

first iron works in, 128-singular mor.
Grapes, bro't to Phil. market from Chester co. 238, 287

tality, 171-statistics of,

42
Guinea Hens, fecundity of

128 Law Cases and intelligence-

Commonwealth vs. Ayer, setting fire to store, 24
Hail storm, great in Lancaster co. 1768,

124

charge of Judge Gibson, Corporation vs.
Harrisburg, estimate of cost of introducing water into 127

Wallace, mortgages,

49,75
Temperance convention at

170
act relative to liens of mechanics,

63
Metereological table at 100, 195, 247, 327

Woodhull and Davis, ) insolvents release from
early snow at

368
- Fs.

arrest under a ca. sa.
severe weather at

Wm. Wagner
400

Judge Baldwin's charge, 81
Health, Board of, annual statement,

160

Stacy vs. Wetherill- damages for burning
Historical Society, Penna. Tyson's address before, 308

vessel by aqua fortis
Honors, immortal, on

112
a witness rejected for disbelief in a God,

28
Hopkinson, Jos., oration before Zelosophic Society, 137

liability of a county for costs-opinion, 121
Horticultural societies, benefits of

opinion of Parsey Oakford on the right to tax
Huntingdon, canal boat launched at

32
the Navy Yard,

140
heavy rains at

62

Qui tam action-City vs. Shinners, on occu-
manufactures of, 1792,

pying stalls in the market,

141
Huntingdon county, furnaces and forges of 273

Escheat Court-Reynolds' case in Bucks
early snow in

197, 209, 225, 365,
288

county,
provisions, &c. consumed by

Commonwealth, vs. Sundries, assault & battery, 210
manufactories in

302

testimonial of respect, of Philadelphia Bar
to Chief Justice Marshall,

236
severe weather at

400
Hydrophobia, Dr. J. C. Rousseau's essay on

opinions of counsel on the law assessing a
4, 17
state tax on personal property,

298
I & J

charge of Judge Baldwin in case Bank U. S.
Incident interesting, of Chartiers,

263
vs. Shelmire—forged Branch drafts,

321
Indian History,

84, 96, 113, 129, 145, 273, 323 Rees vs. Rudy-breach of marriage promise, 336
conferences,

84, 96, 113, 129 Byers, &c. vs. Price-Judge Kings charge-
Indians, two arrive from Buffalo, in canoes at Milford, 110

pawn-brokers certificate of pledge,
Journal of Charles Thomson and F. Post, 3,145 Escheat costs-Auditor General's decision
minutes of the Friendly Association, 273,292,323

against state paying,

365
address of the Quakers to assembly, 274 decision in Venango co. taxes on unseated
message of Gov. to Indians on Susquehanna, 292
correspondence between Israel Pemberton

Commmonw.) ed arraingment for the same
and Gov. Johnson and Hardy,

294

vs. offence-sickness of jurors
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answer of the Indians to Governor's message, ib Joanna Clue, S - Judge King's charge, 381
subscription paper to raise a sum to defray

Commonwealth,
expense of regaining and preserving their

vs. S murder-curious, 394
friendship,

Pinchback, S
relics, found at Columbia,

City vs. Roseman-Butchers vs. Shinners, 414
Intemperance, cause of crime,

decision, respecting partnership at a public
Internal Improvements, historical sketch of 389

house,

415
amount expended for 405 Lead mines in Bedford co.

36
Industry, Domestic, friends of, meeting,

216 Lebanon, large copperhead snake killed,
delegates to N. York convention, ib Legislature--members of

374
meeting in Blockley,

276
standing committees, &c.

399
meeting in Delaware co. 277

votes for U. S. Senator,
address of N. York conven Legislative department-expenses of

405
tion,
337, 355, 370 Lehigh river--fine pike taken,

87
Internal improvement fund, report on

429

Company offer water power and lots for sale, 208
Iron-in Bald Eagle valley,

36
Water Gap, described,

287
works in Venango county,

boats from, pass Morris canal,

288
first in Lancaster co.

128 Letters, from James Logan,
manufactories, forges,&c. in Huntingdon co. 275

James Madison on Bank U.S.
do. do. Berks co. labour.

Wm. W. Hood on crime caused by intem
ers employed, &c.

397

perance,
Jefferson College, Lyceum of Nat. Science, of 109

James Monroe on Bank U.S. .
Journal of C. Thomson, and F. Post,

145

B. Franklin to C. Colden, on American
Judiciary, memorial to assembly, proposing altera.

Philoso. Society,

318
tions in the system,

296

respecting donation of Gen. Wayne's Tel.
department, expenses of

406

escope to Cabinet at West Chester, 368

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Lewis, Ellis, opinion on liability of a county for costs 123

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Lewisburg, notice of
286 Partnership, decision respecting,

415
Lewistown and vicinity described, 8-freshet at, 31

Partridges, meeting in Oxford to protect,

366
deer unusually plenty, 288-two bears

Pawn-brokers, charge of Judge, case Byers vs. Price, 364
killed at, 288-early snow at
20 Penn Wm., speech of 1700,

111
Library-Philadelphia, first directors of

317

answer to Robert Quarry's two com-
of Foreign Literature and Science, report

plaints against the government, 220
and constitution of

remarks on government,

315
Licenses-tavern, amount of 403-hawkers&pedlars, 404 Penitentiary Western, list of prisoners in,

173
Lime-abundant in Chester co.

367
sums expended,

408
Limestone-discovered in Luzerne co.

24
Eastern do. do.

407
quarry at Wilksbarre,

48 Pennsylvania, The-three decker described, 184
Loans-obtained by the state, and premiums on 405

Bald Eagle valley described,

36
interest on

407

Venango co. described,
Logan, James-letter from, on lightning,

40
North Western do.

60
Loganian Library-account of

414

speech of Wm. Penn at a council in 1700,131
Longevity-instances of

25,192

petition of the Assembly to the king 132
Luzerne co -singular adventure of a citizen of 151

do. of do. to Parliament, 132
Lycæum of West Penn'a-constitution of

12

letter from committee of corres-
of Nat, Science of Jefferson College, 109

pondence to agents in London, 134
M

early poets and poetry of, 152, 168, 177
McAdamizing Chesnut street, resolution,

182
Gov, Miffin's message 1793,

212
Madison, James, letter on Bank U. $.

58

Col. Robert Quarry's information
Mail machine for conveying, invented,

128
against the government of,

218
Manufactures of Philadelphia,

William Penn's answer to,
of several towns, 1792,

223

Col. Quarry's second complaint to
of edge tools at Chambersburg, 302

the Lords Commissioners of trade
Franklin Institute propose to ascer.

and foreign plantations,

220
tain extent of

304

William Penn's answer,
of glass at Dundaff, Susq. co. 366

new counties proposed,

222
of cotton cards near Pittsburg, 389

Gov. Miffin's message 1794, Fr 228
cyphering slates at Easton,

368

narrative of Sir Wm. Keith's admi-
straw paper at Chambersburg, 367

nistration,

264
Manufactories of Iron in Huntingdon co. -articles

minutes of the friendly association in
of provisions, &c. consumed by 304

regard to Indian affairs, 274, 292, 323
address of friends of domestic indus-

message of Governor to Indians on
try,
337, 353, 370

292

Susquehanna,
Marshall, C J.-respect to, by the Phila. Bar,

Tyson's address before Historical
Mauch Chunk-freshet at

31, 62

Society-a survey of the history
a Pottsville visit to

96, 111

and prospects of
a large pike taken at

311
118

sketch of judicial history,
singular arrival at, from Luzerne, 151

changes in criminal system, 312
operations at

160

penitentiary system, 312,316
severe weather at

400

of the improvements in, 313
Mechanic's Liens-law respecting

early proceedings respecting slavery, 316
Mease, James, letter on the cliff swallow,

western, sketches of,

330, 378
Medical Statistics of Bethlehem,

112

reasons of the Quaker's of, and N.J.
Fight-a proposed

191

for not engaging in the war of the
Memorial to assembly on the Judiciary System,

revolution,

351
Message of Gov. Wolf, 1831,

386

finances of the state, summary of
Merchandize, Foreign-duties on dealers in 403

Auditor General's report,

365
Meteor, at Wellesborough,

288
early snow storm throughout,

367
Meteorological tables,

100,195,246,327

Auditor General's report on finances,
Method, perspicuous, essay on

954 Pennsylvania Canal-
Mifflin, Governor, messages, 1793, 212–1794, 228

described from Huntingdon to Hol.
town, the seat of Justice of Juniata co. 21

lidaysburg
Military Convention-meeting respecting in Phila. 398

lettings at Williamsburg
Militia, expenses of

406
do. Wilkesbarre

10
and exempt fines,

404

rules adopted by apprais of damages 109
Milton, scarcity of wheat and flour at

288
tolls collected on

109, 365
severe weather at

400

Josiah White, appointed Engineer on
Monroe James, letter on Bank U. S.

193
Del. division

128
Moravians, funeral of, described,

first boat from Nanticoke to Danville 287
Morris canal, boats pass through from Lehigh, 288

rise progress and present state of 389
Mortality, singular, of trustees in Lan. co.

171

annual report of canal commissioners 417
Mortgages, Judge Gibson's charge on

49. 75

form of agreement with contractors 428
Mount Carbon, feeundity at

Pennsyl'a Hospital, donation of a bust of B. West to 412
Muncey, freshet at

279 Philadelphia, meeting relative to rail road to con

nect, with the coal region

Horticultural Society of, notice of 7
Navy Yard, Philadelphia, opinion on, right of South-

Presbytery of, History of 13, 22, 52, 76,
wark to tax
140

89, 104
Newtown, rail road meeting at

Proceedings of Councils 22, 56,79
Norristown, freshet at, 62-river frozen at 400

88, 117, 150, 181, 200, 224

246, 269, 291, 327, 359
Onions, large

208

a claim set up to the marsh to the
Oration, before Zelos. Society, by Judge Hopkinson, 137

Schuylkill, by B. Chew, jr.

309

296

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Philadelphia, letter from the mayor, respecting dogs, 24 Philadelphia, three decker at navy yard, described 183
memorial of citizens,

do

meeting in favour of the Poles 199
old state house bell rung on 4th July 24

brass letters recommended

200
collections for Fayetteville sufferers 44

articles of agreement with Spring Gar-
arrivals and departures, 32, 96, 176, 290

den for use of Schuylkill water 203
alterations in rear of offices

sketch of John Key, the first born in 207
McAdamising Chesnut st.

56

meeting of friends of Amer. industry,
Chesnut st. wharf on Schuylkill to be

proceedings and resolutions

216
improved

56,151
sales of real estate !

223, 366
proposal to erect fountains

and Reading rail-road proposed 224
petition from victuallers

remonstrance of Stephen Girard against
oyster cellars

Hollingshead, Platt and Co's applica-
farmers and shinners

tion

ib
stand for drays in Front st.

Gov. Mifflin's message on the equip-
resolutions respecting death of James

ment of foreign privateers in 1794, 228
Monroe

grapes brought for sale from Chester,
city Exchange meeting

county

238
engine and hose companies

consecration of Bishop of N. Carolina 238
Inspections of Aour and meal

city elections

239, 256, 270
victuallers refuse to supply market 64, 117

free trade convention at, proceedings 239
population of City and Co. comparative

241, 261, 334, 343, 358
views and tables of

petition respecting culvert in Dock st. 247
number of houses built in different

report on W.Rush's plan for improving
years and denseness of population

Schuylkill property
removal of engine house on Schuylkill

statistical tables of prisons and crimes in 219
proposed

B. W. Richards elected Mayor 272
alteration of side walks in Gaskill st.

proposal for engraving Declaration of
report of committee on victuallers and

Independence on a brass plate, to be
shinners memorial

placed in the Hall of Independence
market in Lombard st.

*292, Res. 329
poor tax

Drawbridge wharf recommended as a
free trade meeting

steamboat wharf
cost of prisons and criminal courts 102

memorial of shoe dealers, relating to
census of the principal public institu-

stands in market
tions of

107
city expenditures report on

292
memorial from Moyamensing respect-

dinner to Counsellor Sampson

298
ing water courses

117
library, first Directors of

317
report of watering committee, expen-

American Philosophical Society,letter
ses of laying iron pipes in southern

from B. Franklin in 1744

318
section of

117

memorial of citizens on lighting city
petition of Robert Morris' hose com-

with Gas
pany

118, 183

memorial against making drawbridge
lot purchased on Chesnut and Schuyl-

wharf a steamboat landing
kill Front st.

118

claim for old balance by R. E. Griffith, ib
new market between 11th and 13th ib

T. Caldwell's proposal for digging
revolutionary town meeting 1768, 119

Schuylkill Second street
instructions to Represents 121

loan authorized for $35,000

328
society for political inquiries

125

report in favour of Hollingshead, Platt
manufactures of

128

and Co's proposal
navy yard, opinion on right to tax

sketch of some of the western rivers 332
action against shinners for occupying

commerce and navigation of, showing
stalls in market

141

vessels, built, lost,condemned or be-
crimes committed by prisoners from

longing to, and also seainen 347
1790 to 1815

144

memorial of Franklin Institute prem.
violent storm at

144

for best lamps appropriation of $100
sewer in Dock st. repaired

151
by Councils

359
committee to inquire respecting rate of

petition of victuallers

360
steam boats

respecting a fire bell 361
premium offered for plans of Wills

J. M. Truman curb stone

s ib
Hospital

proposal to dig out Willow st.
alteration of width of foot pavements

amount transmitted to Fayetteville suf-
in Gaskill st.

151
ferers

365
annual statement of Board of Health 160

first complete trip between Wilkes-
Hollingshead, Platt and Co’s proposal

barre by Canal

366
respecting a wharf and alley 181, 292

snow storm, early

368
proposed ordinance 303, 224

account of the weather for November
memorial on the names of streets west

1829, 30, and 31

374
of Broad

181

library of foreign literature and science
letter from N. Bunker on widening Lo-

established, report and constitution 375
cust street

182

weather of Dec. from 1681 to 1825 384
report on

203

scarcity and high price of wood, severe
letter from Wm. Rush offering for sale

weather in

384
a figure of Washington

182

military meeting in,on subject of a con-
resolution to McAdamize Chesnut st.

vention

398
distribution of funds to fire companies ib

trial between butchers and shinners,
ordinance respecting dog collars

183

City vs. Roseman
oyster cellars

Loganian library, History of

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Philadelphia co, division of proposed, • 32, 126, 180 Rail Read, Danville and Pottsville, reports and esti-

207,222,260

mates of M. Robinson and F. W. Rawle
election returns
270

279, 282, 289
opinion of counsel on law assessing

proposed from Hudson river to Lake Erie 304
tax on personal property 299

Danville and Pottsville meeting at Philad.
Physick, Dr. Philip S. appointed Emeritus profes-

proceedings of

331
sor of surgery and anatomy in univer-

Little Schuylkill, celebration on opening of 361
sity of Penn.

288 Rawle, F.W. report on Danville & Pottsville rail road 282
Pike, a large taken in Lehigh co.

87, 118 Religious excitement at Warren
Pittsburg, West Penn. Lycæum at, constitution of 12 Reports of Bucks County Academy of Nat. Science 1
sketch of 330, 96-river at 128

of Committee of Legislature on silk flag
rail road from, to Ohio canal

135

of Philadelphia Society for support of Cha-
in 1759

rity Schools
Grant's defeat at, account of

140

of collections for Fayetteville sufferers
large beet at

176

of committee of Towanda Convention on
Fort du Quesne now a boat yard 192

Susquehanna and Lehigh canal
manufactories, 1792

223
on victuallers petitions

79,94
number of taverns licensed1829 to 1831 234

of Pennsylvania Temperance Society 165
number of bills at different courts 234

Triennial, of Bank United States 163, 185
manufacture of cotton cards

367

report on rail road from Gettysburg to
navigation unobstructed for 9 months 368

Maryland line
Fort Du Quesne described in 1756 318

of J. Edgar Thompson on Philad. & Read
Plymouth meeting, first settlement of

30

ing rail road
Poets and early poetry of Penn.

152, 168,177

of Benjamin Wright on Trenton and Dela.
Poles, meeting in favour of the at Philad.

199

ware Falls' co. canal:
appeal to the public in behalf of

200

of Fuel Saving Society on anthracite coal
Political inquiries, account of the Society for 125

stoves for the poor
Poor, amount expended for in different counties 235

of committee on Gettysburg and Maryland
report of a Committee proposing a new So-

rail road

269
ciety (Union Benev't) in relation to the 285

of committee and managers of Danville
Port Carbon, Temperature at

416
and Pottsville rail road

278
Potatoes, sweet early

128

of Moncure Robinson on ditto 279,289
extraordinary

304
of F. W. Rawle do

282
Pottstown, gold said to have been found at 106

of committee in relation to a new Society
Pottsville and Mauch Chunk visis to

94, 128
to aid the poor

284
freshet at

272

of city comm’rs on their expenditures 292
brewery at

346

and constitution of the Library of Foreign
parchment made at

367
Literature and Science

376
carly snow at

ib

of Franklin Institute on premiums award-
quantity of coal sent from region of 416

ed

305, 376
Presbytery of Philad. History of 13, 22, 52, 76, 83, 104

of Secretary of the Treasury U. States in
Privateers, message of Gov. Mifflin, on equipment

favour of Bank of U. States

410
of foreign, in Philadelphia

228
of Canal Commissioners,

417
Products, large
176, 208, 304 on internal improvement fund

429
Promise, breach of marriage, trial for

336 Revolutionary

119,121,131,132
Town meeting in 1768

Instructions to the Representatives
Quakers, address to Gov. Morris and the assembly

in 1768

121
to postpone declaration of war with In-

131

Petitions of Assembly to King
dians

273
minutes of the friendly association 273,292,322

to Parliament 132

letter from Committee of Correspon-
justification of the, in relation to war, 309

dence to agents in London

134
opinion of J. P. Brissot, (Warville,) 315

reasons of Quakers for not uniting in
of General Washington
two testimonies published by meetings of,

the war, 1775, 1776

Roads, citizens of Bucks co. turn out to repair
in 1775 and 1776, giving reasons for

148
Robinson, Moncure, report and estimate of Danville
not uniting in the revolution

and Pottsville rail road
Quarry, Col. Roberts' information against the g

279
Rock, blasting, new mode invented

136
vernment
Rousseau, J. C. essay on hydrophobia

5,17
William Penn's answers, to

220

Rush, Wm. proposes to councils to purchase statue
Rent
of Washington

182
Rail Road meeting at Newtown
in Montgomery and Berks 7 Sales of public stocks at Philadelphia

16,28
at Germantown 95, 105, 182, 286 Wyoming Bank Stock

21
Crimford and Park Forest, (Eng) letter

real estate in Philadelphia

223,366
giving an account of

no 101 Sampson, Counsellor, speech at dinner to him in
Susquehanna and Delaware

Philadelphia
Germantown
TH?95, 105, 192, 286 Sanford, Rev. Joseph, death of

432
Bridge at Peters, contracted for

128 Saw mill, Strode's improved at West Chester 286
from Pittsburg to Ohio canal, estimates of Schuylkill river, marsh in, claim set up to
cost, &c.

large rock fish taken in

178
from Gettysburg to Maryland line, meeting

co. water not become scarce by clear-
and report
ing land

367
reports and survey 269 | Senator, United States, votes given for, in Legisla-
Philad. and Reading proposed
224 ture, (Dallas elected)

399
J. Edgar Thompson's report

224 Sharp, Abia, appointed Marshal of eastern district 144
Pennsylvania and Ohio
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Silk-worms, letter from P. S. Du Ponceau to C. Tables, commerce and navigation of the United

Miner on

131

States and Penn. from 1829 to 1830 347

letter to P. S. Duponceau from France

of tonnage through the Union Canal 364

on

149,168 of the furnaces, forges, labourers employed,

Slavery, early proceedings on the subject of 316

&c. in Berks county

396

Snake, bite of, death by

38 of the finances of the state

400

large copperhead killed
118 Taverns licensed in different counties

234, 235
Snow, early at York and Huntingdon
288 licences, amount received from

402
throughout the state
367 | Tax on bank dividends, amount of

401

Society for political inquiries, minutes of

125

offices

401-writs

402

Somerset, early snow at

368 | Taxation, remarks on equal

158

Spicer, James, invents a machine for conveying the

Taxes, public debt, remarks on

206

mail with great dispatch!

on personal property, opinion of Counsel, 298

Spring, sinking of Bedford co.

on unseated town lots-decision on, in Ve.

York, and warm, noticed

nango county

Spring Garden, agreement between city and, for

Temperance Society, Penn. address

Schuylkill water

W. M. Hood's reply to

Steamboats, anthracite used by

13,93

cost of prisons and criminal

on the Delaware, inquiry as to their

courts of Philadelphia co. 102

rate proposed in councils

151

anniversary

165

explosions in the United States, list of 159

convention at Harrisburg, minutes of 171

Stocks, sales of public at Philadelphia 16,24,28

address of

232

Straw paper, manufactured at Chambersburg, 367

abstract of the information

St rode, Miss E. a native artist

286

given

Strode's improved saw mill

287

address of Dr. Coates to 409
Sun, singular appearance of
192 Tolls, Canal, amount collected

365,404
Susquehanna and Lehigh Canal Convention at To-

Transportation, comparative cost of, on canals or

wanda

land

304

and Delaware, remarks on proposed Trenton, Del. Falls co. canal

improvements, 1768

Trout, large numbers taken at Easton

voyage from, to Mauch Chunk 151 Twins, 14 pair arrive

192
trade from N. York State, view of 342 Tyson, Job R. address before Hist. Society,
and Delaware rail road.
county, glass factory, soil and climate

U & V

Union, essay on
&c. described

Resolutions of Legislature, relative to the
Swallow, fulvous or cliff, letter from Dr. Mease on 8

Benevolent Association, address of

284

T

Canal Company, annual report

363

Tables

United States Bank. - See Bank U. S.
time of opening of the navigation of Lake

Chronological list of officers

Erie from 1803 to 1831

from 1789 to 1831

184

of Inspections of four and meal

Census of 1830

census of Philadelphia city and county

05 Vaux, Roberts, resigns as president of controllers

population of city and county, comparative

of public schools

views, &c. of-as to ages, sexes, colours,

416
Venango Co.-described
births, deaths, denseness, number of hous.

Iron works in

es, &c. &c.

meteorological
100,195,247,326,416

decision respectiug taxes on unseat-

ed town lots
showing the cost of prisons and criminal

366
Vessels-built, lost, condemned and belonging

courts of Philadelphia county

102

to U. S. and Penna, 1829 and 1830

census of the principal public institutions of

347

Victuallers-petitions

Philadelphia

57, 117, 360

refuse to supply market

of crimes of which prisoners in jail were

W

convicted 1790 to 1815

144

Wheat, scarcity of flour at Milton,

of steam boat explosions in United States 189

exportation and consumption of, in Canada,

of the prisoners in the western penitentiary 173

*1793 to 1831,

343

of United States officers from 1789 to 1831 184

| White, Josiah, appointed Engineer of Penna. Canal 128

showing the exchange operations of the

Wilkesbarre, limestone quarry at

Bank United States

189

a statement of the criminal business of the

cost of transporting a ton of coal

from, to Harrisburg by canal or

several courts of the city and county of

river,

Philadelphia for 1830

first complete trip between, and

showing the offences, ages and numbers re-

Philadelphia by canal,

maining in Walnut street prison, western

48, 366

severe weather at
penitentiary, also the courts where sen-
Wilson, Rev. Dr. J. P., reminiscences,

379

tenced, and place of birth and number of

Wolf, Govr's visit to Pittsburg,

10

convictions

do. at Beaver,

showing the number of commitments in the

the first Executive magistrate who has cross-

Arch street prison

251

ed the Allegheny,

in each month of 1830, 4 preceding years

message of, to Legislature,

of annual sick report of the Philadelphia

.. Wyoming Bank Stock, sale at

prison in 1830

valley, limestone discovered,

24

showing the diseases and deaths of each

obituary of Esther Skinner, massacre at 25

month in the hospital of the Philadelphia

the same of Arch street prison

253 / York county, Carrol township erected,

: 160

of the coal trade from 1820 to 1831 320 early snow at

288

of the exportation of wheat from Canada

from 1793 to 1831-and consumption 342 Zelosophic Society, Hopkinson's Oration before, 137

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