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RESOLUTIONS.

No.

PAGE.

1. Resolution relative to the election of United States Senator, 428

2. Resolution relative to the Meadville Arsenal,

ib.

3. Resolution relative to the books in the Recorder's office in Brad.

ford county,

429

4. Resolutions relative to the public lands granted to Erie county, 430

5. Resolution relative to the claim of James and Ethrington
Appleton,

ib.

6. Resolution relative to George W. Henry, a contractor on the

Pennsylvania rail-road;

431

7. Resolutions for the relief of Rankin and Armstrong, and John

and Robert Knox, contractors on the Lycoming line, Penn.

sylvania canal,

8. Resolution relative to the claim of James Mackey,

432

9. Resolution relative to that part of the Columbia and Philadelphia

rail-road, which passes through the city of Lancaster,

433

10. Resolution relative to the pension of Isaac Vanhook,

ib.

11. Resolution relative to the distribution of the Pamphlet Laws, 434

12. Resolution to authorize the canal commissioners to enquire into

the claims for damages of Jane Reese and others,

435

13. Resolution relative to the Supreme Court,

ib.

14. Resolution for the relief of Samuel Boone, Joshua Hause and

James M’Clure,

436

15. Resolution for the relief o George Weiser,

437

16. Resolutions relating to the Chesapeake and Delaware canal, ib.

17. Resolution relative to procuring a standard of Weights and

Measures,

438

18. Resolution relating to the removal of the transfer or stock books

of loans in the Auditor General's office, to the Bank of

Pennasylvania,

439

19. Resolution relative to the removing of sand and gravel from the

public ground, and to lay out a street from the capitol to

the canal,

ib.

20. Resolution to provide for the payment of certain costs on suits

brought by the Commonwealth, and relative to the calcula-

tion of interest in the case of the Commonwealth versus

Henry Baldwin,

440

21. Resolution relative to the claim of Benjamin Bear and others, 441

22. Resolution relative to the Franklin Bridge,

442

23. Resolution relative to the Gettysburg and Hagerstown turn-

pike road,

443

24. Resolution relative to the commission of the treasurer of Phila-

delphia county, arising from the collateral inheritance tax on

the Girard estate,

ib.

25. Resolution relative to the claim of John Kean and Hugh Curren, 444

26. Resolution explanatory of the act passed the thirteenth April, one

thousand eight hundred and thirty five,

445

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An Act
Granting relief to John Schucker, a soldier of the revolutionary war, and

for other purposes.

WHEREAS, it appears that by an act of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth, passed the fifteenth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four, entitled "An act for the

Preamble. relief of sundry soldiers and widows of soldiers of the revolu. tionary war,” the State Treasurer was thereby authorized and required to pay to Jacob Schucker, of the county of Berks, forty dollars, immediately, and an annuity of forty dollars during life: And whereas, it appears that the name of the applicant to whom the above gratuity and annuity were granted is John Schucker, who, by such error, was deprived of the benefit of said act: Therefore,

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre. sentatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the State Treasurer is hereby authorized and required to pay to the said John Schucker, of Berks county, a Jno.Schuekor soldier, the sum of eighty dollars, the amount of the gratuity and annuity so granted up to the first day of March, one thou. sand eight hundred and thirty-five, and an annuity of forty dollars during life, payable half yearly, to commence on the said first day of March, to be paid in conformity to the existing laws of this Commonwealth.

So much of SECTION 2. So much of the act entitled An act for the relief act of 1834 03 of sundry soldiers and widows of soldiers of the revolutionary

granted an war, passed the fifteenth day of April, one thousand eight hun-cob Schucker

annuity to Jadred and thirty-four, as grants an annuity and pension to Jacob ropealed.

Schucker, of the county of Berks, be and the same, is hereby repealed.

JAMES THOMPSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JACOB KERN,

Speaker of the Senate. APPROVED-The nineteenth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four.

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For the relief of sundry soldiers, and widows of revolutionary soldiers.

SECTION 1. Pe it enacted by the Senate and llouse of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gene

ral Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority Gratuity and of the same, That the State Treasurer is hereby authorized annuity to

and required to pay to John Kremer, of Franklin coun y, ThoJ. Kremer, 1. Campbell, mas Campbell

, of Westmoreland county, George Tripner and G. Tripner, Benjamin Vandegrist, of Philadelphia county, John Ferguson, B.Vandegrift

, of Indiana county, Frederick Lavenburg and Moses Davis, of J. Ferguson, Columbia county, Nicholas Shope, of Cumberland county, F. Layenburg Christian Heiny, of Northampton county, and Frederick M. Davis, N. Shope,

Fought, of Perry county, soldiers, and Marcy Wilkinson, of C. Heiny, Beaver county, and Margaret Armstrong, of Allegheny county, F. Fought, the widows of revolutionary soldiers, or to their respective M. Wilkinson orders, forty dollars to each immediately, and an annuity of and M. Arm.

forty dollars to each during lise, payable half yearly, to comstrong

mence on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-five.

SECTION 2. The State Treasurer is hereby authorized and

required to pay to Adam Yorkshimer, of Columnbia county, a Cratuity to A. gratuity of forty dollars, in full for his revolutionary services; Yorkshimer. the foregoing gratuities and pensions to be paid in conformity to the existing laws.

JAMES THOMPSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JACOB KERN,

Speaker of the Senate. APPROVED—The twenty-second day of December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four.

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