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Girard's Legacy.

Law cases &c. Recorder's charge to grand jury on
executors have agreed to pay in.
bank subscriptions

366
stalment on Danville and Potts-

Hynman vs. State, stay of proceedings upon
ville rail-road
362 'fi. fas, issued on judgment

398
property purchased after the pub.

Commonwealth vs. John Moore, murder of a
lication of his will, placed under

constable

398
care of city treasurer, and per-

United States vs. 23 coil cordage, sea stores 406
sons appointed by the heirs at law 363 | Legacy, Girard's, which see
resolution proposed to pay funeral

Will's do
expenses

363, 394
Franklin's

69
report of committee on Girard's Lehigh navigation Co. report

60
lands and resolution offered 364

agent's do
resolution to pay expenses of com-

rail road described

ib.
mittee to visit the lands

392
canal business on

ib.
petition of two nephews and le-

reports of commissioners on tolls on Del.
gatees arrived from France to re-

division

181
ceive their legacies

392
Co. case of ejectment

307
execu. authorized to pay legatees) 393 Letter from B. Rush to John Adams

217
resolution for a committee to ad-

Peter Collinson to Gov. Thomas Penn 239
vertise for plans for college

394

Robert Morris to certain friends and
committee to carry into effect the

406
report of the committee on the

J. Logan on alarm of 1706

383
lands and resolution offered ib

Rev. J. Duche to Gen. Washington 81
Gold, American, received at mint, 1824 to 1831 176 Lewistown, canal tolls collected

304
Grain and coal, received coastwise at Phila. 1831 48 Library Co. Philad. purchase books of James Cox
Greenville, freshet at

159
for annuity

160
H

power to increase yearly charge
Harrisburg, meteorol. observ. at

208
186, 235, 319, 390

apprentices, report
packets between, and Huntingdon 403
Logan James, letter on alarm of 1706

383
Horticultural society, premiums offered

writings of

263
85
Hospital, Pennsylvania annual accounts of

192
359

Longevity instances of
House of Refuge reports

286, 409
Lotteries, reports on

121, 129, 149, 165
Hudson and Delaware Canal report

152
proceeds of Union Canal,

104, 279
Huntingdon, wild animals killed at

161
160

Ludwick, Christopher, life of
Co. Iron manufactured in

303
368

Luzerne Co. copper discovered in
line of packets between, & Harrisburg 403

pleasant excursion

304
Husband, the maid's, verses by a Penns'a, lady 1766 238

Lying-in-charity established

8
I & J

M
Indian languages, and Penn. History 221, 235, 250 263 M'llwaine J. charge to grand jury relating to bank

M'Lean, Judge's opinion in Cherokee case 241
Indigent Widow's Society report

54
Internal Improvement, report on

subscriptions

366
25
Iron manufactured in Huntingdon county

158
Manayunk, water power of estimated

368
Judicial districts, plan for dividing the state into,

Manufacturers of carpets at Bushhill described 224
dock ward value of

368
by population

37
of Chambersburg

383
K

Franklin Institute ask for informa-
Kennedy, Judge, decision on tax on town lots 107

tion respecting

87
Kidneys of beef, remarkable
188 Marietta, great freshet at

105
Marriage case, decided

141
L

Marshall, chief justice, opinion in Cherokee case 225
Lancaster wishes a vacation of part of Columbia Mauchchunk, lots selling at

272
rail-road

69
snow at

ib.
Co. assessed value of

285
boat-building at

ib.
Law cases and Intelligence.

Mercer Co. census

381
Blacks, are they citizens?

77 Message of Gov. Wolf in returning canal and rail-
Commonwealth vs. Senaff, master & appren-

road bill

221
tice

78
of do respecting bank charters

384
United States vs. Lingle, obstructing mail by Meterological observations in Bucks county 48
seizing horses for their keeping

79
at Philadelphia,

80, 366
tribute of respect from the bar to Wm. Rawle

Columbia

96
and David Caldwall

100
Pottsville

160
passed the session 1831-32

8, 257
Harrisburg

186, 235, 319
M'Clellan, tax on town lots, judge Kennedy's Mifflin Co. census

381
decision
106 Milford, late frost at

352
Altemus vs. Rev. Dr. Ely, case of marriage 141 Military convention at Harrisburg, proceedings
opinions of Binney and Sergeant on Union

of

43, 50
Canal lotteries
166 Militia, revolutionary, meeting of aged

54
Delaware and Raritan canal and Camden and

system, report of commissioners

218
Amboy rail-roads
169 Mina, account of murder of Chapman

411
revised code of, second report of commission-

executed

400
214, 193 Mint, of U. S. annual report

176
charge of Judge MʻLean on the Pittsburg Monongahela bridge destroyed

96
202 Morris Robert, letter to certain friends

406
relating to wills and testaments

244 Montgomery Co, cabinet of natural science 115
Cherokee case, charge of Judge M.Lean ib. Muncey, valley of described

155
Judge Marshall
285 Musical fund society report

349
B. Chew vs. Keck &c. ejectment
301 | Murder of Mr. Chapman

411

ers

case

INDEX.

census

65

N

Philadelphia.
Newcastle and Frenchtown rail road opened 160

resolution respecting cost of new alms-
house

43
statistics of

398
New Jersey, complaints of the dams in the Delaware 119

town meeting on York and Maryland
rail-road

46
report to Gov. on

187
Norristown, statistics of

240

grain and coal received coastwise at,
in 1831

48
Northumberland Co. assessment

285

resolution of Councils on York and Ma.
380
ryland rail-road

64, 66
O

petition for a market near Schuyl-
Orphan Asylum Philadelphia report
72

69

kill
Orrery, made at York
336

ib
horse market complained of

ib
P

vacation of Blackberry alley
Passages, short by vessels from Philadelphia

304
number of fires in 1831, amount of da.

80
Paxton, massacre account of

114, 144

mages, and insured
Pear tree, singular effect of girdling

416

town meeting to celebrate centennial
an old and large

ib.

anniversary of Washington's birth
day

ib
Penitentiary eastern, third report of inspectors,

80
warden, physician, and building

weather at
committee

57 to 59

four additional wardens for the port of 86
Penn Thomas, letter from P. Collinson to

239

complaint of Moyamensing about wa-
ter

ib
William, proclamation respecting the caves of
Philadelphia, 1686

112

water works, report of the committee
grants a lot to John Key

ib
on, rents, expenses, cost, &c. from

94
letter to Emperor of Canada

ib

commencement
biography of

351

memorial against western market 137, 108
Pennsylvania, stocks owned by

1
letter from J. S. Waln, on Locust

ib
loans due by

2

and Schuylkill wharf
plan for dividing the state into judi-

memorial of colored porters on stand
cial districts

ib
36
at Sixth and Market streets

109
military convention at Harrisburg,

fire companies, report on
proceedings

43, 50

appropriation of $2000 for centennial
banks of, statement of

ib
56

celebration
instructions to commissioners for ne-

Wm. Penn's proclamation respecting
gotiating with Delaware and Mary.

the caves at, 1686

111
land, respecting Susquehannah

petition of John Key, (first born,) for
trade in 1786

112
57

a lot in, 1705
Tioga county described

Wm. Penn's letter to Emperor of Ca-
Columbia, first settlement of 113

nada, respecting society of free tra-
correspondence between N. Jersey

ders

ib
and, on dams in the Delaware

119

water pipes to be laid at side of Co-
history and Indian languages, re-

lumbia rail-road

120
marks on

ib
221, 235, 250, 262

lease of drawbridge lot
sketches of

corner stone for Washington monu-

254, 264
religious sects in

141
ment presented by marble masons

264
letter of J. Logan on the alarm of

watchman disabled in service, asks
1706

relief

121
382

128
Butler county described

Exchange, corner stone laid

385
slaves in, 1830

memorial

170
395
sketches of Schuylkill county

401

report of Haines and M'Clure of sur.
division into congressional districts 403

vey and soundings of Schuylkill 137
Pennsylvania canal.

complaint of wardens respecting cul.
report of commissioners respecting

vert on Schuylkill

171
contractors and Columbia rail-road 24

report and estimate of improving Lo-

ib
report of J. Barber on the eastern

gan square and culvert
division of
97

ib

annual report on sinking fund
reports of committees on tolls on

front of Will's hospital to be of brick 172
on Del. division and Lehigh canal 186

old engines at Fair Mount, to be sold ib
report of commissioners on repairs to 189

committee to inquire into expediency
packet boats established

172
making Permanent bridge free

352
report of commissioners on persons

petition to extend rail-road along
employed on

Broad street

ib
353
and Ohio rail-road

158

act proposed in relation to market be.
Philadelphia,

tween Third and Fourth, rent free ib
proceedings of Councils 4, 27, 38, 64,

resolution to extend market between

Tenth and Thirteenth
65, 85, 107, 120, 137, 171, 197

173
annual statement of diseases and deaths -
232, 251, 283, 331
stand for fish proposed

in 1831

174
4
Will's legacy, respecting

memorial of farmers respecting mar-
ib

ket stalls
petition for vegetable stands

197
ib
report on stands for shoe sellers

petition against markets between Tenth
on encroachments on the Schuyl. ib

and Thirteenth

198
letter from F. Graff on

memorial of fire companies
do. ib

198, 201
Girard's legacy, respecting, which see.

petition of Paul Beck respecting mar-
vessels arrived, and built in 1831

ket stalls

198
32
resolution to publish sundry wills

199
42

report on distribution of wood
respecting agreement with

petition of watchmen for higher wages 200
Moyamensing for water

report

202, 347

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snow at

18, 89

Philadelphia.

Philadelphia.
present of gold and silver artifi-

letter from West Philadelphia canal co. 393
201

report of committee, with plan for im.
petition of David E. Shapley, respect-

proving the western front

394
ing a lot leased by him

201
ordinance for sanitary purposes

ib
report of committee for improving ci-

suggestions to Board of Health 395
ty property on Schuylkill

ib
improving Drawbridge lot

ib
Institute report of

212

proceedings of Southwark, in relation
memorial respecting streets on Schuyl.

to cholera

ib
kill

233

physicians sent to Canada to gain in-
picture frame presented by society of

formation about cholera

403
cabinet-makers

234

house on Barbadoes lot pulled down 416
old tan-yards in Dock street discov- Philadelphia, Germantown and Norristown rail-
ered

239
road celebration

368
sickness in 1699

ib
president's address at

379
ancient graves discovered near Bush-

amount of travelling,

ib
hill

240 Pittsburg, Monongahela bridge, destroyed at 96
old tombstone discovered in Second

African education society, constitution 115
below Chesnut

ib
great flood at

125
complaints respecting setting and re-

case, Judge. M'Lean's charge, low water
setting curbstones

252
mark

202
re-setting curbstones proposed as a

Breckenridge's reminiscenses

155
public charge
ib Poetry, Pennsylvanian

238
proposal to build stores on Water Port Carbon

389, 4
street, under new plan
ib Potter co. census of

396
graduation and paving new streets, Pottsville, statistics

76
gutters, of curbing and digging 253

160
report of Library committee in favor Presbyterian church, new, formed

347
of Hazard's Register

ib Presentment of Grand Jury, on excluding religious
Wills's Hospital foundation laid

256

meetings from court house of Bucks co. 68
commissioners propose making offices Public schools, correspondence on resignation of
under fire proof buildings

267
Roberts Vaux

70
committee on Wills's Hospital to draw
for money to build

283

R
of committee and ordinance repealing Rail roads.
that directing markets being extend-

Williamsport and Elmira
ed between Eleventh and Thirteenth ib

Columbia and Philadelphia reports of
and for a market on Vine and Schuyl-

Messrs. Barber and Wilson, and esti-
kill Front streets

332
mate cost of

33
report of committee on rail-road be.

York and Maryland, town meeting re-
tween Vine and Cedar

284
specting

46
committee for improvements on Schuyl.

resolutions of councils

64
kill

285

Camden and Amboy report on its affairs 49
vessels, short passages of

304

rise and length of Room-run, near Mauch
memorial relating to wharves

Chunk

62
Schuylkill

331

letter of G. W. Smith on proposal to
memorial of commissioners of Moy.

vacate part of Columbia rail road 70
amensing on waste water

ib
of West Chester, report

73
petition of Kern and Snyder to be paid

report of contracts for iron for

112
for improvements on drawbridge lot 332

Penn. and Ohio frown Pittsburg to Mass-
of committee on survey of Water

alon

158
street, and plan of it

S33

New Castle and Frenchtown opened 160
“Bull's Head,” sign of, not painted

and canals compared

223
by West

335

from Vine to Cedar along Broad, report
new Presbyterian church, meeting to

committee of councils

284
form

345

Philadelphia, Germantown and Norris.
report of committee on drawbridge lot 346

town opened, celebration

367
do. do. on fire companies 347

address of president at do.

378
meeting of friends of protective sys-

amount of travelling on

379
tem

ib

N. Castle and Frenchtown, costs of 398
report on the city title to certain pro- Rawle, William, tribute of respect to

102
perty set apart for burial grounds 362 Reading, Old German Reformed Church taken
new regulations of Vine street 363

down,

240
do. of Locust street ib

Corner stone re-laid,

403
resolutions of Board of Health respect- Register of Pennsylvania, report of Library com-
ing the cholera

364
pany in favor of

252
committee appointed to obtain drafts

Councils subscribe for, 320, 332, 334
and plans of a rail-road

365 Religious denominations and Churches in
second presbytery of Philadelphia

state,

264
formed
368 Reports of Philadelphia dispensary,

3
manufacturers of Dock ward

ib
of Southern do

ib.
petition of the Messrs. Lewis to be ex-

on education

6
empt from ordinance on wooden

the Philadelphia Lying-in-Charity

8
buildtngs

392

on Williamsport and Elmira rail road 20
petition of Stephen Kingston, rela-

of Schuylkill Navigation company

21
tive uniform buildings near Ritten-

Penn. canal commissioners on contractors 24
house square

393 commissioners of internal improvement fund 25

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Reports.

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of John Barber on Columbia and Philadel- Schuylkill river, report on encroachments on

5
phia rail road

33
letter from F. Grafl' on

ib
of John Wilson on do. and estimate of cost 35

freshets of 1784, 1812-22

ib
respecting 'Girard's property

41
business of

23
of Del. and Raritan canal company, and

Haines and M'Clure's report of
Camden and Amboy rail road

survey and soundings

137
Indigent Widow's Society

54
resolution of wardens

141
Inspectors of east. penitentiary and list of

Permanent Bridge, proposal to
prisoners

57
make it free

172
of wardens, physicians and building com-

trade of

384
mittee of do.

59
County, sketches of

401
Lehigh Navigation Co.

60

navigation company, report 21
acting agent of 62

tolls receiv'd 336
of Orphan Asylum
72 | Shad, appear on market

160
West Chester rail road company
73 Sinking fund, annual report on city

171
of the watering committee, showing the

spring valley, described

375
amount of water-rents and expenses from Slavery in Pennsylvania, statistics of 270, 395
1802 to '1831, and also the total cost of Slaves in do. 1790, 1800, '10, 20and '30 272
the works

92 Smith, G. W. letter on vacating a part of Colum-
of John Barber on Eastern division of Penn-

bia rail-road

69
sylvania canal

97 Small pox, physician goes from Philadelphia to Co-
of Á. B. Warford on do.

99
lumbia to inoculate for

115
of committee on agriculture
100 Solesbury, T. metereological observations

48
of Northern Dispensary
101 Stages, running

256
of canal commissioners on contracts for iron 112 Statistics of West Chester

17
first, of Cabinet of Nat. Science of Mont-

Germantown

48
gomery co.

116
Pottsville

76, 319
Mr. Dunlap's, on lottteries

121, 129
Columbia

147
of committee of Leg. on Girard's legacy 127

Norristown

240
of Haines and M'Clure, survey and sound-

slavery in Pennsylvania

270
ings of Schuylkill

141
the Baptists in do.

288
to senate on lotteries

149
Schuylkill county coal trade

319
of committee on education

154

trade

384
of controllers of public schools

156
Union canal company

398
on city Sinking fund

171 Steam boat, the largest on the western waters,
of mint of U, S.

176

built at Beaver
of committee on tolls of Delaware and Le.

use of coal on
high canals
177 Sugar, fine, made in Lycoming co.

320
counter report on do. and facts respecting Susquehanna, trade, instructions to commissioners
Beaver Meadow co.

181
respecting, in 1786

57
of commissioners,on dams in the Delaware,

freshet and destruction
to Governor of N. J.

187

shad and sturgeon first taken in 113
of canal commissioners on repairs

189
county census

396
of Apprentices Library co.

203

T
of Franklin Institute

209 Tables, meteorological 48, 186, 234, 319, 352, 319, 390
of Philadelphia do.

212

of the state of the different banks in the
of commissioners on revised code

195, 214
state

56
of committee on the militia system

218
of prisoners in Eastern penitentiary

58
of committee on conduct of the canal com-

of foreign coal imported and exported, in
missioners

261
U.S. from 1820 to 1830

79
of committee to digest a plan for managing

showing number of fires, damage, and insu.
the bequests of s. Girard

266
rance for 1831

80
of Union Benevolent society

273

of the cost, rents, &c. of the water-works
of Delaware and Hudson canal company 279

at Philadelphia

90
of House of Refuge

287

of stockholders and specie Bank U. S. 110
of Franklin Institute on Spicer's machine

of diseases and deaths in 1831 in Philad. 174
for carrying mail

287
of slaves in Penn, at each census

272
of the majority on the U. S. Bank 289

of the state of U. S. Bank

301
of the minority of com. on do.
311

381, 396
of Jno. Q. Adams
321, 337 of congressional districts

403
of Franklin Institute on carpet manufactory 336 Tax on town lots, Judge Kennedy's decision and
of Musical Fund society
349 charge

107
of canal commissioners on engineers, &c. Toll, rates of, on Del. and Hudson canal

104
employed by the state
.3 Tioga county described

65
of Pennsylvania Hospital
359

296
on city title to certain burying grounds 363 | Towanda, a wild cat taken at

160
of committee on Girard's lands

364
shingle trade of

336
of committee of Legislature on Governor's Turnpike stock owned by state
message on charter of Girard's Bank

384

U & V
of Chesapeake and Delaware canal co. 390 Union Benevolent Association, reports of executive
Resolutions of Legislature on tariff and B. U. S. 367 board and of managers of Ladies Branch 273
Revolutionary heroes, interesting meeting of 55 | Union canal lotteries, reports on 121, 129, 149
Letter from Rev. J. Duche, to Gen.

statement of tolls and proceeds of lot-
Washington,

81
teries

153
Rocks, used at breakwater, specific gravities of 191

memorial of A. M'Intyre,

165
Bush, Benjamin, letter to Jno. Adams

217

opinions of Binney and Sergeant on 166

96

census

census

405

81

Union canal, statistics of
398) White, Josiah, appointed canal commissioner

272
Union county census

404 Williamsport and Elmira rail-road, report on 18
United States Bank, see Bank U. S.

memorial

88
Vaux Roberts, letters to, on his reignation as presi-

great freshet at, and extraord. escape 105
dent of board of comptrollers
70 Wilkesbarre, deaths at, 1831,

173
Venango county, census of

bones of persons massacred at, found 173
W

Wills's legacy, plans of hospital presented
Warford, A. B. report on Pennsylvania canal

381

plan adopted described 43
Washington, centennial anniversary, celebration of

front to be of granite 172
[See 10th Vol.] 80, 102, 109, 120, 234 hospital foundation stone laid

256
Gen. letter to, from Rev. J. Duche

committee to draw for money

283
county, census of

405 Wills and Testaments, bill reported by commis'rs 214
monument, meeting respecting 415 Wilson John, report on Columbia and Philadelphia
Watering committee, annual report, summary of

rail-road

35
cost and extent of Fair Wolf Gov, message on returning bill on Penn.canal
mount works

90
and rail-road

221
authorized to lay pipes by

message on Girard bank charter 384
Columbia rail-road 120 Wool, extraordinary growth of

379
Water power at Manayunk, estimated value of 158

Y
West Chester, statistics of
17 York and Maryland rail-road, town meeting

46
rail-road report

72

resolution of councils 64, 66
J. Wilson's letter

74
an orrery made at

336

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