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Jacks' mountain in Mifflin county, and the road leading from M•Calls' ferry bridge in Lancaster county.
94. An act to provide for the erection of two arsenals.
95. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company fer erecting a bridge over the north east branch of the river Susquehanna, between the town of Catawissa and the mouth of Fish
96. A supplement to the act, entitled, an act to authorize James Barton and George Biddis, their heirs and assigns, to convey water from a spring or stream of water called the Vandine Kill, into the town of Milford in the county of Pike.
97. An act to review part of the state road from the mouth of Beaver creek, to the top of the hill north-west of Greersburg.
98. An act for the relief Benjamin Jennings, an old revolutionary soldier.
99. An act authorizing the purchase of a certain number of copies of the work of Samuel Roberts on the British statutes now in force in Pennsylvania.
100. An act to authorize Andrew Flemming, to erect and maintain a toll bridge over Oil creek in the county of Venango.
101. An act to incorporate the city of Pittsburg.
102. An act authorizing the Governor to incorporate four companies for making an artificial road from the town of Washington in this state, to intersect the Harrisburg and Pittsburg turnpike road, at or near the town of Bedford.
103. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company for erecting a parmanent bridge over the river Delaware at Stockport in Wayne county.
104. A supplement to an act, entitled, an act establishing a fee bill.
105. A supplement to an act, entitled, an act for the prer vention of vice and immorality and of unlawful gaming, and restraining disorderly sports and dissipation.
106. An act providing for the erection of a state capitol.
107. An act to authorize the Governor to appoint commissioners to lay out a road from the west end of Brighton bridge to the state line in a direction to Poland, in the state of Ohio.
108. An act authorizing the trustees of the Methodist Episcopal church in the borough of Chambersburg to sell a certain lot of ground.
109. An act authorizing Joseph Budd and Joshua Budd to build a toll bridge across the Youghiogeny river in Westmoreland county, and for extending the time for building a bridge over the river Juniata at Millerstown, in Cumberland county.
110. An act providing for the redemption of certain certificates 111. A supplement to the act for the relief of insolvent debtore.
112. An act to declare certain creeks within this commonwealth public highways.
113. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company for erecting a bridge over the river Susquehanna at the town of Danville, near where the turnpike terminates on said river, in the county of Columbia.
114. An act directing the formation of a map of Pennsylvania.
115. An act for the relief of certain widows and children of those who died whilst in the service of this state during the late war with Great Britain.
116. An act relating to the sale of a tract of land by the sheriff of Greene county, to William T. Hays, in trust for the use of the commonwealth.
117. An act assenting to a purchase made by the United States of a piece of land near Pittsburg.
118. An act to continue and revive the act, entitled, an'act to encourage the warranting and patenting of lands north and west of the rivers Ohio and Allegheny and Conewango creek, and for
119. An act making appropriation to defray certain expences of government therein mentioned.
120. An act yesting the superintendant of police of the district of Southwark, and the superintendant of police of the incorporat. ed district of the Northern Liberties, with powers similar to those granted at present by law to the constables of the said districts,
121. An act relative to the incorporation of a company for erecting a bridge over the river Delaware at Columbia Glass Manu. factory.
122. A supplement to an act, entitled, an act to incorporate an academy or public school in the town of Waterford, and for other purposes.
123. An act establishing an academy in the borough of Hunting don, in the county of Huntingdon, and one in the town of Moutrose in the county of Susquehanna.
124. An act establishing certain election districts.
125. An act further to extend for a limited time the act, enti: tled, an act providing for the settlement of certain disputed titles to lands north and west of the rivers Ohio and Allegheny, and Conewango creek, and for other purposes.
126. An act to enable the executors of Walter Clark, to convey a certain tract of land.
127. An act for the relief of sundry old soldiers, and other persons.
128. An act granting a bounty to certain volunteers and militia of this state
129. An act confirming the titles of Henry Shroeder, David Scott and Hugh Mulholland to certain lots of lands therein mentioned.
130. An act for the relief of Charles Tipper, an old soldier.
131. An act to enable Everard Penrose, who was trustee for Margaret Fortman, deceased, to convey a certain tract of land.
132. A supplement to the act, entitled, an act for the relief of Edward Cavenough.
133. An act to enable the executors of Valentine Kloess, to sell certain real estate.
134. A supplement to the act, entitled, an act to authorize the Governor of this commonwealth to incorporate a company for the purpose of making and erecting a bridge and road over the north east branch of the river Susquehanna in the county of Northumberland, from the public highway opposite the plantation of Thomas Grant to Shamokin Island, through the public highway of Shamokin Island to the shore opposite Northumberland, and from thence to the town of Northumberland.
135. An act authorizing John Dickson to convey certain land, aid for other purposes.
156. An act to compel the payment of dividends due to the commonwealth, made by incorporated companies.
137. A supplement to the act, entitled, an act to enable the Governor to incorporate a company for improving the navigation in the river Lehigh,
138. A supplement to an act entitled, a further supplement to the act, entitled, an act erecting parts of Northumberland county into separate counties, to be called 'Union and Columbia.
139. A supplement to the act, entitled, an act for the sale of the residue of the reserve tract of land at the mouth of Big Beaver creek,
140. Au act to enable Mercy Ellis, Joseph Whitacre and Samuel W. Morris, guardians of the minor children of William Ellis, late of Lycoming county, deceased, to sell and convey certain real estate therein mentioned.
141. An act to confirm the title of the trustees of the first Baptist church of Washington, to a lot of ground in the borough of Washington.
142. An act to authorize the settlement of certain accounts of William Hamilton, John L. Pearson and John Phillips.
143. A supplement to the act, entitled, an act for the regulation of the militia of this commonwealth.
144. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company to erect a bridge over the river Schuylkill at or near Hamburg, in the county of Berks.
145, An act for the relief of the hospital at New Orleans, and of the Pennsylvania Hospital,
1. Resolution relative to the establishment of a district court of the United States, at Pittsburg.
2. Resolution relative to captain Charles Stewart.
3. Resolution for furnishing certain members of the legislature and others, with one copy each of Smith's edition of the laws..
4. Resolution authorizing the Surveyor General to renew the seal of his office.
5. Resolution directing the Secretary of the Commonwealth to forward to each member of the present legislature, one copy of the pamphlet laws, one copy of the journals, and one copy of Roberts' edition of the British Statutes.
6. Resolution on the subject of obstructions to the navigation of the river Delaware.
7. Resolution directing a certain distribution of the supplement to the militia law.
8. Resolution directing the State Treasurer to receive monies due from the United States, expended by this state on account of the late war.
To the Governor for the removal from office of Joseph Brinton, a justice of the peace, of Delaware county.
Mr. Holgate and Mr. Stewart a committee from the House of Representatives being introduced, informed Senate,, that thắt House is ready to adjourn.
A motion was made by Mr. Jarrett and Mr. Welles, and read as follows, to wit.
Resolved, that the transcribing clerk of the Senate, be allowed the sum of one hundred dollars in addition to the sum heretofore allowed to him for his services during the present session, to be paid on a warrant drawn by the Speaker on the State Treasurer
On the question,
The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Frailey and Mr. Graham, and are as follow, to wit.
9. Reed, So it was determined in the negative,
On motion, Mr. Lowrie and Mr. Reed were appointed a committee to inform the House of Representatives that Senate is now ready to adjourn.
And after some time, Mr Lowrie reported that the committee had performed that service.
Whereupon, A motion was made by Mr. I. Weaver and Mr. M Farland, that Senate adjourn, and
On the question, Will Senate adjourn ? The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Beale and Mr. Shearer, and are as follow, to wit.
So it was determined in the affirmative, and the Senate adJourned.
JOSEPH A. M JIMSEY,
Clerk of the Senate