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216. A supplement to the act entitled A further supplement to an

act to incorporate a company to make an artificial road by the

best and nearest route, from Waterford in the county of Erie,

through Meadville and Franklin, to the river Susquehanna

at or near the mouth of Anderson's creek in Clearfield

county; and also, to incorporate a company for making an

artificial road from the town of Northumberland in the

county of Northumberland, by the best and nearest route to

the West Branch of the Susquehanna river at or near the

mouth of Anderson's creek, passing through Derrstown,

Youngmanstown, Aaronsburg, Bellefonte, and Milesburg, 474

217. An act regulating election districts

478

218. An act for the relief of William Adams and others, of the

revolutionary war,

482

219. An act to incorporate the Erie Fire and Marine Insurance com-
pany of Erie county,

ib

220. An act directing the sale of certain town lots in the town of

Beaver, and other lands adjacent thereto,

487

221. A supplement to an act (passed March twenty-ninth one thou-

sand eight hundred and twenty-seven,) An act to incorporate

and endow the academy of the Protestant Episcopal church,

in the city of Philadelphia,

489

222. An act to authorize the sale of certain real estate, late the

property of Jasper Slaymaker, George Denison, James P.

M'Mullen and Penelope Adams, and for other purposes,

490

223. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company

to make a turnpike road from the borough of Johnstown, in

Cambria county, to New Alexandria, in Festmoreland

county,

492

224. An act for the relief of Samuel Gibson and William Riddles,

late supervisors of Nippenose township, in the county of

Lycoming,

495

225. An act erecting the town of Mount Jackson, in the county of

Beaver, into a borough,

496

228. An act authorizing patents to be issued to Catharine Zeigler

and Joseph Chapman, and for the sale of certain lands late

of Dickinson college, and for other purposes,

500

227. An act to alter a certain line between the counties of Mimin

and Huntingdon on the river Juniata,

503

228. An act to add five hundred dollars to the contingent sund of

the State department,

229. An act authorizing the Secretary of the Commonwealth, to

give bond for the duties on rail iron entitled to drawback, 504

230. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company to

erect a bridge over the Schuylkill river at or near Phænix.

ville Chester county,

305

231. An act rclative to the management of the Pluladelphia and

Columbia, and Allegheny Portage rail-roads,

508

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232. An act relating to county rates and levies, and township rates

and levies,

509

233. An act for the relief of William Bailey, late pay-master of the

thirty-third regiment of Pennsylvania militia,

519

234. An act extending the bounds of the borough of Erie,

520

235. An act for the relief of Julia Plantou, and others,

521

236. An act for the relief of sundry soldiers and widows of soldiers

of the revolutionary war,

522

237. An act to revive an act authorizing the Governor to incorpo-

rate the Susquehanna and Lehigh canal company,

524

238. An act to fix the standard and denominations of measures and

weights in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,

ib.

239. A supplement to the act entitled An act to enable the Governor

to incorporate the Harrisburg Water company,

528

240. An act to incorporate the Bloomfield Saving Fund Association, 529

241. A supplement to the act, entitled An act to improve the Nor.

wegian creek in Schuylkill county, passed April fourteenth,

one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven,

582

242. A supplement to the act authorizing the Governor to incorpo-

rate a company to erect a bridge over the Monongahela

river, at Williamsport, and to establish the Dunstable Ferry,

on the West Branch of the river Susquehanna,

533

243. An act to aid the Perrysville bridge company,

534

244. A further supplement to the act entitled An act to erect the

town of Milton, in the county of Northumberland, and the

town of Butler, in the county of Butler, into boroughs, passed

the twenty-sixth day of February, one thousand eight hun-

dred and seventeen, and for other purposes,

535

245. An act to authorize the canal commissioners to make a re-es-

timate of the work done by Jonathan Leslie, in constructing

the aqueduct at Shaffer's ford, Huntingdon county,

536

246. A further supplement to an act entitled An act concerning

strays,

537

247. An act relating to counties and townships and county and

township officers,

ib.

248. A supplement to an act entitled An act for laying out, making

and keeping in repair the public roads and highways within

this Commonwealth, and for laying out private roads, so

far as respects the township of Hopewell, in the county of

York, and for other purposes,

553

249. An act to incorporate the Southwark Fire Insurance company

of the county of Philadelphia,

RESOLUTIONS.

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1. Resolution relative to the payment of certain moneys to the New

Alexandria and Conemaugh turnpike road company,

568

2. Resolution appointing a commissioner to take charge of the pub-

lic property at Erie and Waterford,

ib.

3. Resolution relative to placing cars upon the Portage Rail-way, 569

4. Resolution relative to the claims of John Snodgrass and John

Durno,

570

5. Resolution for the continuing of the commission for revising the

code of Pennsylvania,

ib.

6. Resolution for the relief of John R. Dean, a contractor upon

the North branch division of the Pennsylvania canal,

571

7. Resolution relative to the claim of Bills & Foreman,

ib.

8. Resolutions relative to weights and measures,

572

9. Resolution relative to the Clifford and Wilkesbarre turnpike, 573

10. Resolution for the relief of John Kelker, late deputy marshal

of the Eastern district of Pennsylvania,

ib.

11. Resolution relative to duty on foreign coal,

574

12. Resolution for the relief of Jacob Huggins, of Perry county, 575

13. Resolution relative to the public land at Erio,

576

14. Resolution to authorize the commissioners of the internal im.

provement fund, to appropriate three hundred thousand dol.

iars of the loan under the act of the sixteenth of February,

one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, to the con.

struction of the canals and rail-roads,

ib.

16. Resolution relative to a claim of the Commonwealth against

Christian Spayd; as river commissioner, under the act of one

thousand eight hundred and five, for improving the river Sus.

quehanna,

577

16. Resolution relative to the claim of Edmund Burke,

578

17. Resolution for the relief of Hugh and Patrick M'Ginley, ib.

18. Resolution for the relief of William and Joseph Dilworth, and

Lewis S. Coryell,

579

LAWS

OF

PENNSYLVANIA.

No. 1,

AN ACT

- Providing for the clection of a Senator, to represent this Slate in the Se.

natc of the United States.

WHEREAS, a vacancy now cxists in the representation from

Preamble. this State, in the Senate of the United States : Therefore,

SECTION 1. It is enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met, That the members of both houses shall assemble Provides for in the chamber of the House of Representatives, at the hour of the election of

U.S. Senator, twelve, on Saturday, the scventh instant, and then and there

on Saturday, elect a Senator, to represent this State in the Senate of the 7th Dec. United States; and that the candidates be nominated, and the election held and conducted in the manner prescribed by the act Election to be entitled, “ An act to prescribe the times, places and manner, of held under

the provisions choosing Senators to represent this State in the Senate of the

of the act of United States," passed the fifth day of February, Anno Domini, 5th of Feb'y. one thousand eight hundred and two.

A. D. 1802
JAMES FINDLAY,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

THO'S. RINGLAND,

Speaker of the Senate. Arproved— The fifth day of December, Anno Domini, cightecn hundred and thirty-three.

GEO: WOLF.

No. 2.

A ACT

For the relil of Thomas Milliken and Jesse M'Quaid,

Suctiox 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and lIouse of Re. The comm'rs. of Perry co. presentatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Génerat authorized 10 Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the settle the ac- same, That the commissioners of the county of Perry be, and counts of T. they are hereby authorized, to settle and adjust the accounts of Milliken and Thomas Milliken and Jesse M'Quaid, for building a bridge over J. M'Quaid.

the mouth of Sherman's creek, in said county, upon just and To be submit. equitable principles, and submit the same to the court of "Quarter ted to the Sessions and grand jury of the said county, for their approbacourt of Q. S. tion; and if the same shall be approved by the said court and & grand jury.grand jury respectively, to pay the balance which may be

found due to the said Thomas and Jesse', out of the funds of the

said county

JAMES FINDLAY, Speaker of the House of Representatircs.

THO'S. RINGLAND,

Speaker of the Senate. APPROVED—-The eleventh day of December, Anno Domini, eighteen hundred and thirty-three.

GEO: WOLF

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To provide for the divisibility and transfer of the certificate of loan

granted to the Union Canal company of Pennsylvania, in like manner with the other loans of this Commonwealth.

The certifi SECTION 1. It is enacted by the Senate and House of Recate of loan presentatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Union Canal Assembly met, That the certificate of loan for two hundred company of thousand dollars, issued to the Union Canal company of Penn$200,000, un sylvania, by virtue of the third section of the act entitled, “ An der the act of act for the entire abolition of lotteries,” passed the first of 1st March,

March, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, shall be divisible and 1833, made divisible and

transferable at the Bank of Pennsylvania, in the city of Philatransferable delphia, in the same manner that other loans of this Commonlike other wealth are divisible and transferable at the said bank ; and it State loans. shall be the duty of the said bank to issue certificates upon

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