Minutes of the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania: From Its Organization to the Termination of the Revolution. [Mar. 4, 1777 - Dec. 20, 1790], Հատոր 15
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Abraham Smith according aforesaid agreeably Andrew Billmeyer appeared appointed attendance in Council Board Colonel Commonwealth Comptroller General's report consideration convicted Council met Court dated David Redick directed district eight election Esquire Evan Evans Excellency BENJAMIN FRANKLIN fifteen fifty five following orders four Frederick Watt Friday George Ross Henry Hill Honorable CHARLES BIDDLE Honorable PETER MUHLENBERG House hundred imposed inclusively instant James McLene James Read John Baird John Smilie John Whitehill Jonathan Hoge Judges July June Justice land late letter lots March militia Monday motion November October order was drawn orders were drawn paid Peace pence perches persons Peter Muhlenberg petition PHILADELPHIA pounds praying PRESENT received remitted Resolved respecting Robert Samuel Dean Samuel Edie September Sessions Sheriff shillings taken Thomas Thursday Traill Treasurer in favor Tuesday Vice President vizt Wednesday William Brown William Maclay Woods
Էջ 324 - Council the following resolutions, entered into by them on this occasion, vizt: Saturday, November the tenth, 1787. The committee to whom was referred this forenoon, the motion respecting the insult offered to some members of this House, made report, which was read, and on motion, and by special order, the same was read the second time, and unanimously adopted as follows, vizt...
Էջ 560 - Register for the Probate of Wills and granting Letters of Administration and Recorder of Deeds in and for the county of Alleghany, agreeably to the appointment of him to those offices by the Geueral Assembly on the twenty-seventh instant.
Էջ 517 - Excellency the President and the Honorable the Supreme Executive Council of the State of Pennsylvania. We, the Justices of the Supreme Court, whose names are underwritten, report : — That we have read and considered the letters from Colonel Timothy Pickering to Council, together with the several papers accompanying it, and thereupon beg leave to recommend that the outrageous assanlt, battery and imprisonment of Colonel Pickering, be prosecuted as a riot ; it is certainly one of a most andacious...
Էջ 325 - Parsons, their aiders, abettors, and comforters, and every of them, so that they may be dealt with according to law. Given in Council, under the hand of the President and the seal of the State, at Philadelphia, this tenth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eightyseven.
Էջ 287 - ... be saved and confirmed to them although they should be found to fall within the other, and that in the decision of disputes thereon preference shall be...
Էջ 74 - A Message from the President and the Supreme Executive Council to the General Assembly.
Էջ 547 - February term, 1766, he sat on the bench which ordered all the officers of the court to proceed in their several duties, as usual, on unstamped paper: this was accordingly done; and it is believed...