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David Potts, Jr. collection of slip bills from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Ms. Coll. 1269

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Potts, David, 1794-1863
Title:
David Potts, Jr. collection of slip bills from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Date [inclusive]:
1823-1824
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1269
Extent:
0.4 linear foot (1 volume)
Language:
English
Abstract:
This collection contains roughly 420 slip bills from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. These bills belonged to and were annotated by Representative David Potts, Jr. and were read between 1823 and 1824.
Cite as:
David Potts, Jr. collection of slip bills from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1823-1824, Ms. Coll. 1269, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

David Potts, Jr. was born November 27, 1794 in Warwick Furnace, Pennsylvania and died in his hometown on June 1, 1863. He began his career as an ironmaster, taking over his father’s business, Warwick Furnace. In 1819, he married Anna Nutt May. Potts entered politics in 1823 by becoming a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He was then elected as an Anti-Masonic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania for the twenty-second congress in 1831 and was elected to the three succeeding congresses as well, ending his political career in 1839. He then resumed his business pursuits in Warwick Furnace for the remainder of his life.

Slip bills are working copies of legislative texts such as acts, amendments, and orders, printed with wide spacing between lines to facilitate handwritten changes and annotations. They were frequently discarded after their use as working documents. They are unusual to find today, and the annotations help shed light on the evolution of particular legislation.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains roughly 420 slip bills from the 1823-1824 session of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. These bills belonged to and were annotated by Representative David Potts, Jr. and were read between December 6, 1823, and March 24, 1824. The bills at beginning of this volume are heavily annotated by Potts. These annotations often included the name of the chairman of the House committee, the date, remarks on the act's status, scratched out sentences, and altered passages. The volume also contains an index of the bills for the 1822-1823 session in alphabetical order by subject and a 4-page Report of the Committee of Ways and Means…Read in the House of Representatives, Feb. 20, 1824.

The separate slip bills have been bound in a sequential unit by vernacular binding consisting of a thick cover page and a cloth ribbon tying the bills together. Some of the acts are missing and a few are not in order in the volume; however, the items are listed as they are bound. Titles of acts have been copied exactly from the original, therefore, inconsistencies in spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and abbreviations are common.

Topics are wide-ranging with a number of acts focusing on the improvement of or establishment of roads; benefits for revolutionary war soldiers and/or their families; regulations on businesses, governmental agencies, and banks; and establishing boundaries of counties.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2017 March 1

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Kelin Baldridge

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Sold by Ian Brabner Rare Americana, 2016.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Bills (legislative records)
  • Legislative records
Geographic Name(s)
  • Pennsylvania--Politics and government--1775-1865
Subject(s)
  • Bills, Legislative
  • Political science

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Collection Inventory

Item

Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, To whom was referred the message from the Governor and memorial from the Auctioneers of Philadelphia, on the subject of the prohibition, by Congress, of sales at the auction, 1824 February 20.

Report

Index to the Bills, as reported in the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, Session 1822-1823, circa 1823.

Index

An act for the relief of Charles Treziyulney of Centre county (annotated), 1823 December 6.

1

An act authorizing the laying out a state road commencing at Armat's landing on the Delaware river in Northampton county and to end on the Easton and Bellmont turnpike in Wayne county (annotated), 1823 December 6.

2

An act to authorize the executer of Elizabeth King deceased to sell a certain house and lot (annotated), 1823 December 6.

3

An act authorizing Thomas Cadwalader committee of the person and estate of Williamina Weems Travis a Lunatic to sell her real estate (annotated), 1823 December 6.

4

An act to annul the Marriage of James M'Kibbin junior and Polly his wife (annotated), 1823 December 6.

5

An act to repeal "An act laying a duty on the retailers of foreign merchandise", 1823 December 6.

6

An act for the relief of Simon Krewson, Joseph Dearmon and John Blake revolutionary soldiers (annotated), 1823 December 8.

7

An act for the relief of Elizabeth Manson widow of John Manson a revolutionary soldier (annotated), 1823 December 8.

8

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to establish an Academy in the borough of Orwigsburg in the county of Schuylkill and to grant a sum of money thereto" (annotated), 1823 December 8.

9

An act providing for the payment of certain debts of the Episcopal Congregation of Saint Thomas' Church in Whitemarsh township in Montgomery county (annotated), 1823 December 8.

10

An act to vest in Margaret Davieson the estate of her ["illegitimate" crossed out] son David M'Corkhill late of the county of Chester deceased (annotated), 1823 December 8.

11

An act to authorize the Secretary of the Land Office to grant a patent to Enos Trescott John Dadson and Epaphras Wadsworth jr. for a certain lot of land in trust for the township of Huntington in Luzerne county (annotated), 1823 December 8.

12

An act to prevent the introduction of oysters at improper seasons within the city and county of Philadelphia (annotated), 1823 December 8.

13

An act to regulate the public printing, 1823 December 8.

14

A supplement to an act entitled an act concerning certain election districts (annotated), 1823 December 9.

15

An act to annul the marriage of Peter H. Hawk and Susannah his wife, 1823 December 9.

16

A supplement to an act entitled an act to end an act directing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes and for other purposes (annotated), 1823 December 9.

17

An act for the relief of George Hannah (annotated), 1823 December 9.

18

An act to authorize the governor to incorporate the president managers and company of the Mount Pleasant turnpike road (annotated), 1823 December 9.

19

An act vesting a title to a certain tract of land in trustees and their successors for the benefit of the Lutheran and Presbyterian congregations of Shade township in the county of Somerset (annotated), 1823 December 9.

20

Resolution approving the declaration of the President of the United States in favor of the cause of Liberty in the western hemisphere (annotated), 1823 December 9.

21

An act to authorize the provisional county of Jefferson to elect county commissioners for other purposes (annotated), 1823 December 10.

22

An act declaring a part of Fishing creek a public highway (annotated), 1823 December 10.

23

An act for the preservation of wooden bridges within this commonwealth (annotated), 1823 December 10.

24

A further supplement to an act entitled an act concerning strays (annotated), 1823 December 11.

25

A supplement to an act entitled an act of giving powers to and changing the mode of appointment of the inspectors of the prisons of Philadelphia and for other purposes (annotated), 1823 December 11.

26

An act to enable executers guardians and other trustees to invest their trust moneys (annotated), 1823 December 12.

27

An act for the relief of John Huff Michael Young Henry Bush and Andrew Allsworth revolutionary soldiers, 1823 December 12.

28

A supplement to the act entitled an Act to incorporate the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society (annotated), 1823 December 12.

29

An act appropriating a sum of money for the erection of a bridge over Bald Eagle at Frederick Shank's fording in Centre county, 1823 December 12.

30

An act granting a sum of money for improving the navigation of the Tuscarora creek in Mifflin county, 1823 December 12.

31

An act appropriating a sum of money to the erection of the public buildings of the town of Warren in Warren county, 1823 December 13.

32

An act for the relief of James Smith and Peter Korr revolutionary soldiers, 1823 December 13.

33

An act to aid the citizens of Erie county in rebuilding their court house and public offices which have been destroyed by fire and for other purposes (annotated), 1823 December 15.

34

An act to authorize the governor of his commonwealth to incorporate a company for erecting a bridge over the river Lehigh near Beiry's mill in the county of Lehigh, 1823 December 15.

35

An act vacating a part of a state road from the Wilkesbarre bridge to Washington in Columbia county, 1823 December 17.

36

An act authorizing Cornelius Vanhorn James Brawley and David Nelson commissioners of Crawford county their successors in office to erect a courthouse in the town of Meadville on certain lots therein mentioned for other purposes, 1823 December 17.

37

An act for the relief of Jane Henry widow of John Joseph Henry an officer in the revolutionary war, 1823 December 18.

38

An act for the relief of John Kenedy a revolutionary soldier, 1823 December 18.

39

An act providing for the appointment of a board of commissioners for the purpose of promoting the internal improvement of the state (reprinted), 1824 February 6.

40

An act providing for the appointment for a board of commissioners for the purpose of promoting the internal improvement of the state (annotated), 1823 December 19.

40

An act for the relief of John Waters Edward Peart and Thomas Dobson revolutionary soldiers (annotated), 1823 December 19.

41

An act relating to taxes on real estate in the city and county of Philadelphia (annotated), 1823 December 19.

42

The act authorizing the laying out a state road from West Alexandria in Washington to Waynesburg in Greene county to intersect the national road in Fayette county, 1823 December 20.

44

An act to repeal an act entitled a supplement to an act declaring the rivers Codorus and Conawago in the county of York public highways and for other purposes therein mentioned (annotated), 1823 December 20.

45

An act for the relief of George Marietta (annotated), 1823 December 20.

46

An act for the relief of Mary Smith the widow of John Smith late paymaster of the 88th regiment of the Pennsylvania militia (annotated), 1823 December 20.

47

An act authorizing the laying out a state road commencing at the town of Warren in the county of Warren and to end at the Susquehanna and the Waterford turnpike in Jefferson county, 1823 December 20.

48

An act to incorporate the Farmers' Brewing Company (annotated), 1823 December 20.

49

An act providing compensation for damages done by state roads (reprinted), 1824 March 12.

50

An act for the relief of Greer M'Ilvain, 1823 December 22.

50

An act granting compensation to Margaret Foltz for a certain tract of land certified to Connecticut claimants in the seventeen township of Luzerne county, 1823 December 22.

51

An act to authorize Henry Rohrer to erect a wing dam on the east side of the Conestogo river in the county of Lancaster, 1823 December 22.

52

An act authorising Tobian Weaver and Philip Lynn to sell and convey a certain tract of land therein mentioned, 1823 December 22.

53

Resolution approving the declaration of the President of the United States in favor of the cause of Liberty in the Western Hemisphere, 1823 December 22.

54

An act to incorporate the Schuylkill Coal Company, 1823 December 22.

55

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to continue the district court for the city and county of Philadelphia", 1823 December 22.

56

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act directing the recovery of the principal and interest due to the commonwealth from persons holding lands by virtue of locations or other office titles issued from or under the proprietary government and for other purposes, 1823 December 22.

57

An act to provide for the payment for the auditors of the county of Philadelphia for auditing the accounts of the guardians of the poor and managers of the Alms house of the city of Philadelphia the district of Southwark and the township of Northern Liberties, 1823 December 22.

58

A supplement to the act entitled "An act laying a duty on the retailers of Foreign Merchandise" (reprinted), 1824 February 6.

60

A supplement to the act entitled An act laying a duty on the retailers of Foreign Merchandise (annotated), 1823 December 22.

60

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act regulating arbitrations" (annotated), 1823 December 23.

61

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to erect the town of Hanover in the county of York into a borough", 1823 December 23.

62

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act establishing an Academy in the town of Mercer and to grant a sum of money thereto", 1823 December 23.

63

An act for the relief of Martin Hart and Benjamin Paul revolutionary soldiers, 1823 December 23.

64

An act for the relief of George Nagel, 1823 December 23.

65

An act to incorporate the town of New Castle in to the county of Mercer, 1823 December 23.

66

An act to incorporate a company for making a Turnpike Road from the house of Martin Byrne on the old Franklin Road to John Brown's at the place where it intersects with Butler and Mercer Turnpike Road, 1823 December 23.

67

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to enable the Governor to incorporate a company for making an artificial road from the Springhouse Tavern in Montgomery county to the borough of Northampton in the county of Lehigh and to the town of Bethlehem in the county of Northampton", 1823 December 23.

68

An act for the relief of Mary Vanostrand (annotated), 1823 December 24.

69

An act to incorporate a company for making a turnpike road from Butler to the Ohio state line through Newcastle, 1823 December 24.

70

Resolution authorising the distribution of State Maps (annotated), 1823 December 24.

71

An act for improving the state road in the town of Warren in the county of Warren to the town of Franklin in Venango County, 1823 December 27.

72

An act authorising the courts of quarter sessions of this Commonwealth to try contested elections for the county commissioner and auditor, 1823 December 27.

73

An act to incorporate a company for making a Turnpike road from the borough of Indiana in the county of Indiana to the city of Pittsburg, 1823 December 27.

74

Resolution relative to the purchase of the map of the county through which the proposed Chesapeake and Ohio canal is to pass, 1823 December 27.

75

An act vesting the Jurisdiction of Delaware Third street from the North side of Vine to the Cohocksink creek in the county of Philadelphia in the commissioners and inhabitants of the incorporated districts of the Northern Liberties and for other purposes, 1823 December 30.

77

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act to incorporate that part of the Northern Liberties lying between the middle of Sixth street and the river Delaware and between Vine street and the Cohocksink creek", 1823 December 30.

78

An act authorizing the courts of quarter sessions of this Commonwealth to try contested elections for the county commissioner and auditor, 1823 December 30.

79

An act to improve a certain public road crossing the Blue mountain at the place commonly called the Little Gap in Northampton county, 1823 December 31.

80

An act for the relief of Martin Fries and Nathan Highlands revolutionary soldiers, 1823 December 31.

81

Resolution relative to the Illumination of the State Capitol, 1824 January 2.

82

An act relative to Sheriff sales (annotated), 1824 January 3.

83

An act to authorize the governor to incorporate a company for the purpose of erecting a permanent Bridge over the river Susquehanna in the counties of Dauphin and Perry where the turnpike road crosses the same near Clark's Ferry, 1824 January 3.

85

An act erecting all that part of Mifflin county south and east of the Black Log and Shade mountains into a separate county to be called Juniata, 1824 January 5.

86

An act to incorporate the Rector Church Wardens and Vastrymen of St. Andrew's church in the city of Philadelphia, 1824 January 6.

87

An act erecting part of Berks into a separate county, 1824 January 6.

88

An act for the relief of Jacob Reaser, 1824 January 6.

89

An act to incorporate the Flat Rock Manufacturing Company of Philadelphia county, 1824 January 6.

90

An act explanatory of an act entitled "An act for the limitation of actions to be brought for the inheritance or possession of real property or upon penal acts of Assembly" (annotated), 1824 January 6.

91

An act to encourage more effectually the destruction of Wolves and Panthers (annotated), 1824 January 7.

92

An act authorising a loan of two thousand dollars to Stewart H. Whitehill of Fayette county for manufacturing purposes, 1824 January 7.

93

An act to annul the marriage of John Funck and Mary his wife, 1824 January 7.

94

An act for the relief of Patrick Burk and John Kigler revolutionary soldiers, 1824 January 7.

95

An act to improve certain branches of the Juniata river, 1824 January 7.

96

An act authorising the officers of the accountant department to adjust and settle certain accounts, 1824 January 7.

97

An act authorising a review of part of the state road between the borough of Butler and Newcastle, 1824 January 7.

98

An act vesting in trustees a certain tract of land in Chester county for the use and benefit of the Society of the Seventhday Baptists, 1824 January 7.

99

An act for the relief of William Semple and Matthew Dillon, 1824 January 8.

100

An act for the preservation of Wooden Bridges within this Commonwealth (annotated), 1824 January 8.

101

An act to regulate the practice of physic and surgery within this Commonwealth, 1824 January 8.

102

A supplement to an act entitled "An act securing to mechanics and others payment for their labour and materials in erecting any house or other building within the city and county of Philadelphia", 1824 January 8.

103

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to prevent the practice of wagering or betting on elections", 1824 January 8.

104

An act authorising a review of part of the state road from Carlisle through Roxbury to the Burnt Cabbins, 1824 January 9.

106

A further supplement to the 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", 1824 January 9.

107

An act to provide for the erection of a house for the employment and support of the poor in the county of Erie, 1824 January 9.

108

An act to improve a part of certain state roads, 1824 January 9.

109

An act authorising a review of part of a state road in Northampton and Lehigh counties, 1824 January 9.

110

An act erecting parts of the counties of Washington Fayette Westmoreland and Allegheny into a separate county to be called St. Clair county, 1824 January 12.

113

An act to improve a road from Wilkesbarre to Luzerne to Towanda in Bradford County, 1824 January 12.

114

An act directing the sale of the real estate of John Wampler late of the township of Manheim in the county of York deceased, 1824 January 12.

115

An act authorising the governor to incorporate the Milesburg and Smith Port turnpike road company, 1824 January 12.

116

An act authorising the qualified electors of Penn township to choose an additional Inspector of the general election, 1824 January 12.

117

A supplement to an act entitled "An act establishing an Academy in the borough of Huntingdon in the county of Huntingdon and one in the town of Montrose in the County of Susquehanna, 1824 January 12.

118

An act for the relief of Simon Read, 1824 January 13.

119

An act to promote the education of the poor, 1824 January 13.

120

An act to authorize the election of county treasurers within this commonwealth, 1824 January 13.

121

An act to appoint commissioners to lay out a state road from Brown's mills in Mifflin county to David Love's in Centre county, 1824 January 13.

122

An act to authorize the executors of Sarah Shewell to pay to a committee of the first Baptist church in the city of Philadelphia a legacy bequeathed by her to the said church, 1824 January 13.

123

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to incorporate the Union Canal company of Pennsylvania passed the second day of April one thousand eight hundred and eleven", 1824 January 13.

124

An act to erect the town of Ebensburg in the County of Cambria into a borough, 1824 January 13.

125

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act for the consolidation and amendment of the laws as far as they respect the poor of the city of Philadelphia the district of Southwark and the township of the Northern Liberties", 1824 January 13.

126

An act to incorporate the Philadelphia and Schuylkill Coal Company, 1824 January 13.

127

An act for the protection of Vineyards, 1824 January 15.

128

An act for the relief of Francis Lytle and Andrew Charles of Lancaster county, 1824 January 15.

129

An act to confer on Margaret Griffith the rights and privileges of a legitimate child, 1824 January 15.

130

An act to extend the boundaries of Northumberland county, 1824 January 15.

131

An act to provide for the erection of a house for the employment and support of the poor in the county of Berks, 1824 January 15.

132

An act granting compensation to George and Ezekiel Shelcut for a tract of donation land to which their father Isachar Shelcut was entitled, 1824 January 15.

133

An act authorising the laying out of a state road from the town of Washington in the county of Washington to the state line in a direction towards the mouth of Little Yellow Creek, 1824 January 15.

134

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act to encourage the killing of squirrels and crows in certain parts of this Commonwealth", 1824 January 15.

135

A supplement to an act entitled "An act erecting a middle district of the Supreme Court and for other purposes" passed the tenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven, 1824 January 16.

136

An act for the relief of Paul Maurer Andrew Reed and Thomas M'Henry revolutionary soldiers, 1824 January 16.

137

An act for opening and improving the state road from Bedford to Franklin in Venango county and building a bridge over the Little Conemaugh, 1824 January 16.

138

An act to remedy the destruction and loss of the records of the county of Erie, 1824 January 16.

139

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to raise and collect county rates and levies", 1824 January 16.

140

Resolution relative to preventing the fishing with gill nets in the river Susquehanna within the limits of Maryland (annotated), 1824 January 16.

141

A supplement to the act entitled "An act for the prevention of vice and immorality and of unlawful gaming and to restrain disorderly sports and gaming", 1824 January 16.

142

An act declaring part of Wills creek in the county of Bedford a public highway, 1824 January 16.

143

A further supplement to the several acts of the General Assembly respecting auctions and auctioneers, 1824 January 16.

144

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to remove the obstructions at the entrance of the Harbour of Presque Isle", 1824 January 16.

145

A supplement to an act entitled "An act relative to the incorporation of a company for erecting a bridge over the river Delaware at Columbia Glass Manufactory" passed nineteenth March eighteen hundred and sixteen, 1824 January 16.

146

An act authorising the secretary of the Land Office to issue patents in certain cases, 1824 January 16.

147

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to provide for the opening and improving sundry navigable waters and roads within this Commonwealth" passed the thirteenth day of April one thousand seven hundred and ninety one, 1824 January 17.

149

An act to provide more effectually for the Education of the Poor gratis and for laying the foundation of a general system of education throughout this Commonwealth, 1824 January 17.

150

An act to enable the governor to incorporate a company to make an artificial road from Phillipsburg in Centre county through Glen Connell in Ebensburg in Cambria county, 1824 January 19.

151

An act regulating Hawkers and Pedlars, 1824 January 19.

152

An act to annul the marriage contract of John W. Smuller and Susanna his wife, 1824 January 19.

153

A supplement to the act entitled "A further supplement to the act entitled 'An act to enable the governor of this Commonwealth to incorporate a company for making an artificial road 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 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 at or near the mouth of Anderson's creek passing through Derrstown Youngmanstown Aaronsburg Bellefonte and Milesburg'" passed the twenty ninth day of March eighteen hundred and nineteen, 1824 January 19.

154

An act to enable the governor to incorporate a company to make an artificial road from the town of Conemaugh in Cambria county, 1824 January 19.

155

An act to enable Andrew Boggs to convey a certain tract of land therein mentioned, 1824 January 20.

156

An act for the relief of Jane Rogers and Elizabeth Statzer widows of revolutionary soldiers, 1824 January 20.

157

An act to annex part of Bucks county to the county of Lehigh, 1824 January 20.

158

An act to authorise Josiah B. Richardson and Marshall Preston guardians of Samuel Parker a non compos mentis person or either of them to sell his real estate within this commonwealth, 1824 January 20.

159

An act to reduce the premium on wolves and panthers scalps in Cambria county, 1824 January 20.

160

An act authorizing the Governor to appoint commissioners to explore a route for a canal through the great valleys of Chester and Lancaster counties, 1824 January 20.

161

An act to establish the District Court of the city and county of Philadelphia, 1824 January 20.

162

An act to organize the provisional counties of M'Kean for Judicial purposes and to annex thereto the provisional county of Potter (annotated), 1824 January 21.

163

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act provisionally organizing the counties of Potter and M'Kean and for other purposes" passed the twenty-sixth day of March one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, 1824 January 21.

164

An act appointing commissioners to run and mark a line dividing the counties of Cumberland and Perry, 1824 January 21.

165

A supplement to an act entitled "An act for the improvement of the state", 1824 January 21.

166

An act for the relief of Samuel Carey and Edward M'Masters revolutionary soldiers, 1824 January 21.

167

An act appropriating a sum of money for the erection of a bridge over the river Schuylkill near Hamburg Berks county on the state road leading to Northampton, 1824 January 21.

168

A supplement to an act directing the sales of certain islands in the river Susquehanna, 1824 January 21.

169

An act authorising the laying out a state road commencing at Bellefonte in Centre county and from thence the nearest and best route through Sugar valley to the Susquehanna river at or near the mouth of White Deer creek in the county of Union, 1824 January 21.

170

An act to relieve the poor of Cumberland county, 1824 January 21.

172

An act to authorise the executors of James Anderson deceased to sell certain real estate of the testator, 1824 January 22.

173

An act erecting parts of the counties of Lancaster Chester and Berks into a separate county to be called Conestogo county, 1824 January 22.

174

An act authorising the recorder of Centre county to alter a certain record, 1824 January 22.

175

An act for the relief of Elizabeth Sailheimer Sarah M'Mullan and Hanna Elmore widows of revolutionary soldiers, 1824 January 22.

176

An act to settle and adjust the accounts of John Kelker Peter Wenrich late jailors and Christian Gleim present jailor of Dauphin county, 1824 January 22.

177

An act to incorporate the trustees of the proprietors of the township of Wilkesbarre in Luzerne county, 1824 January 22.

178

An act appropriating a sum of money for improving the navigation of Fishing creek and its branches, 1824 January 22.

179

An act erecting parts of Armstrong and Venango counties into a separate county to be called Decatur, 1824 January 23.

180

An act for the relief of Amelia Davidson late Amelia Cummins widow and sole devisee of John Cummins formerly of the county of Westmoreland late of the borough of Erie assignee of Elizabeth Flemming widow and administratrix of Richard Flemming late a soldier of the revolutionary was deceased, 1824 January 23.

181

An act for the encouragement of Manufactures within the state, 1824 January 23.

182

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to incorporate a company to erect a Rail Road from Philadelphia to Columbia in Lancaster county", 1824 January 23.

183

Resolution relative to an amendment of the Constitution of the United States (annotated), 1824 January 23.

184

An act for the relief of the representatives of John Melish deceased, 1824 January 24.

199

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act for taking lands in execution for the payment of debts and for confirming partitions in several instances heretofore made", 1824 January 24.

185

An act for the relief of James Walker, 1824 January 24.

186

An act to establish the sixteenth judicial district, 1824 January 24.

188

An act authorising the land officers to issue a patent for a tract of donation land to George Crow a soldier of the revolutionary war, 1824 January 24.

187

An act regulating taverns, 1824 January 24.

189

An act vacating part of a state road leading from the borough of Marietta in Lancaster county to intersect the Middletown and Harrisburg turnpike road at or near the house of John Niesly in Dauphin county, 1824 January 24.

190

An act for the relief of certain settlers of land in the county of Crawford, 1824 January 24.

191

An act to authorise the Governor to take certain measures respecting the Pittsburg and New Alexandria road, 1824 January 24.

193

An act granting compensation to William Duncan for services rendered in the late war, 1824 January 26.

194

An act providing for administering oaths and affirmations to witnesses before Grand Jurors (annotated), 1824 January 26.

195

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to enable the Governor of this Commonwealth to incorporate a company for making an artificial or turnpike road from the intersection of the Bristol and Newtown roads at the rocks in Oxford through Bustleton and Smithfield in the county of Philadelphia to the Buck tavern in South Hampton in the county of Bucks", 1824 January 26.

196

An act for the relief of Richard B. Taylor, 1824 January 26.

197

An act to incorporate a company for making a turnpike road from Greensburg to New Alexandria in the county of Westmoreland, 1824 January 26.

198

An act for the relief of the Representatives of John Melish deceased (two copies), 1824 January 26.

199

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to improve the navigation of the Susquehanna river", 1824 January 26.

200

An act to re-charter certain Banks (annotated), 1824 January 26.

202

An act to re-charter the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Philadelphia, 1824 January 26.

203

An act authorising the Governor to appoint commissioners to lay out a state road from Waynesburg in Chester county to Morgantown in Berks county, 1824 January 27.

204

An act granting compensation to certain persons therein named for a tract of donation land, 1824 January 27.

205

An act authorising the laying out of a state road commencing on the northern turnpike at or near the house of John Blair in Huntingdon county and to end on the southern turnpike at or near the crossings of the Raystown branch of Juniata in Bedford county, 1824 January 27.

206

An act for the relief of George Ullom, 1824 January 28.

210

An act erecting parts of Lancaster Dauphin and Lebanon into a separate county to be called Conawago, 1824 January 28.

211

A further supplement to "An act directing the formation of a Map of Pennsylvania", 1824 January 28.

212

An act for the relief of the Allegheny College, 1824 January 29.

213

An act for the relief of Thomas Allison and Frederick Keeffer revolutionary soldiers, 1824 January 29.

214

An act for the relief of Christopher Shertzer Robert Barr Thomas Wilson Bradley and William Cowen revolutionary soldiers, 1824 January 29.

215

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to provide for the erection of a State Penitentiary within the city and county of Philadelphia", 1824 January 29.

216

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to enable and enforce the owners and possessors of a certain tract of marsh meadow situate partly in the township of Lower Chichester and the township of Chester in the county of Delaware adjoining the river Delaware to keep the banks dams sluices and floodgates in repair and for other purposes" passed the nineteenth day of March eighteen hundred and four, 1824 January 29.

217

An act to authorize certain persons therein named to raise by way of lottery a sum of money to enable them to pay debts contracted in building a church in the town of Strasburg, 1824 January 30.

219

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act securing to mechanics and others payment for their labor and materials in erecting any house or other buildings within the city and county of Philadelphia, 1824 January 30.

220

An act granting compensation to Job Milles for a tract of donation land to which his father Francis Milles was entitled, 1824 January 30.

221

An act for the relief of Jacob Borral and John Robenhold revolutionary soldiers, 1824 January 30.

222

A supplement to an act entitled "An act making appropriation for certain internal improvements", 1824 January 30.

223

An act to appeal the act laying a tax on dogs in certain counties passed the twenty-third of March eighteen hundred and nine with its supplements so far as they relate to Washington county, 1824 January 30.

224

An act for the collection of moneys due on unpatented lands, 1824 January 30.

225

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to raise and collect county rates and levies", 1824 January 30.

226

A supplement to an act entitled "An act appointing commissioners to open and construct a road in Lycoming county from Carpenter's mill in Loyalsock township to Hogland's mill in Elkland township", 1824 January 31.

227

An act declaring the holding of offices or appointments under this Commonwealth incompatible with the holding or exercising offices or appointments under the United States and for other purposes, 1824 January 31.

278

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to authorise the Governor to incorporate a company to erect a bridge over the river Allegheny at the place where the Susquehanna and Waterford turnpike road crosses the said river in the county of Venango and to revive an act to authorise the Governor of this Commonwealth to incorporate a company for erecting a bridge over the Delaware near the town of Milford in the county of Wayne, 1824 January 31.

229

A supplement to the act entitled "An act providing for the closing of the concerns of banking institutions", 1824 February 2.

231

An act for the relief of William Gunn senior a revolutionary soldier and the lineal heirs of Robert M'Bride, 1824 February 2.

233

An act for the relief of Elizabeth Lyan and Elizabeth Shubert widows of revolutionary soldiers, 1824 February 2.

234

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act to incorporate a company for making a turnpike road from Butler to Franklin", 1824 February 2.

235

An act to permit Joseph M'Cune his heirs or assigns to erect gates or racks across the South west branch of the Frankstown branch of Juniata river, 1824 February 2.

236

An act to aid in the improvement and completion of the state road from Strasburg to Sideling Hill, 1824 February 2.

237

An act to improve the road through the Delaware Water Gap, 1824 February 2.

238

An act to provide for the gratuitous distribution of vaccine matter through this Commonwealth, 1824 February 2.

239

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to authorise the Governor to incorporate the president managers and company of the Ararat turnpike road", 1824 February 3.

241

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act to regulate the general elections within this Commonwealth" (annotated), 1824 February 3.

242

An act for the relief of Jane M'Guire widow of Barnabas M'Guire a revolutionary soldier, 1824 February 3.

243

An act for opening and improving the state road from Seely's creek in Bradford county to Ayres Tuttle's in Tioga county, 1824 February 3.

244

An act to permit James Shriver to copy certain drafts, 1824 February 3.

245

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to authorize the Governor of this Commonwealth to incorporate a company for the purpose of making and erecting a bridge over the river Susquehanna in the county of Lancaster at or near the town of Columbia" (annotated), 1824 February 3.

246

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act further to extend the time for patenting of lands in the Seventeen Townships of Luzerne county", 1824 February 4.

247

An act for the relief of Garbut Fisher, 1824 February 5.

249

An act providing for the keeping of a Meteorological Journal at the seat of government, 1824 February 5.

250

An act to authorize the Great Valley Society of Ominists in East Whiteland township Chester county to sell and dispose of their interest in certain real estate, 1824 February 5.

251

A supplement to the act entitled "An act incorporating the town of Lewisburg in Union county into a borough" passed March twenty-one one thousand eight hundred and twenty two, 1824 February 5.

252

An act appropriating a sum of money for the purpose of improving the navigation of Clearfield creek in Cambria and Clearfield counties, 1824 February 5.

253

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act to raise and collect county rates and levies", 1824 February 5.

254

An act to authorise the review of certain parts of a state road from Lancaster to Sunbury within the counties of Dauphin and Northumberland, 1824 February 5.

255

An act for the relief of Jane Fortenbaugh widow of Hawkins Boon a captain in the revolutionary war, 1824 February 6.

256

An act for the relief of Frederick Boyer a revolutionary soldier, 1824 February 6.

257

An act for the relief of the subscribers contributors and managers of a certain School House in Westnantmeal township Chester county, 1824 February 6.

258

An act for the relief of Mary Eagen and Nancy Dempsey widows of soldiers of the revolutionary war, 1824 February 6.

260

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to incorporate the Lehigh Coal and Navigation company", 1824 February 7.

261

An act for the relief of Lewis Deffenbaugh, 1824 February 7.

262

An act appointing commissioners to view and lay out a state road from Greensburg in Greene county to Alexandria in Washington county, 1824 February 7.

263

An act authorising the Governor to purchase from M'Carty & Davis five hundred copies of Purdou's Digest of the laws of Pennsylvania, 1824 February 7.

264

An act to incorporate the Society of German Mennonists in Doylestown township Bucks county, 1824 February 7.

265

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company for erecting a Bridge over the West Branch of the river Susquehanna from the east end of Market street in the town of Lewisburg in the county of Union to the opposite shore", 1824 February 7.

266

An act to annul the marriage contract of William Inghram and Edith his wife, 1824 February 9.

267

An act authorizing the laying out a state road from Pennsborough in Lycoming county to Meansville in Bradford county, 1824 February 9.

268

An act laying out a state road commencing at Bell's cross roads about two miles west of Jefferson in Greene county to West Alexandria in Washington county, 1824 February 9.

269

An act to incorporate the Atlantic Insurance Company of Philadelphia, 1824 February 9.

271

An act to authorize the Guardians of minor children of Thomas Acheson deceased to sell and convey certain real estate, 1824 February 9.

272

An act for the relief of Joseph Hergesheimer, 1824 February 9.

273

An act for dividing the city of Philadelphia into fifteen wards and providing for the choice of one judge of the general elections thereof by the two inspectors of each ward and for other purposes, 1824 February 9.

274

An act authorizing the Governor to incorporate the London and Drake's Ferry Turnpike Road Company, 1824 February 9.

275

An act to authorize William Wood executor of the last will and testament of John Wood late of Straban township Washington county deceased to complete the title of a certain tract of land therein mentioned, 1824 February 9.

276

An act authorising a review of a state road from Pennsborough in Lycoming county to Danville in Columbia county, 1824 February 9.

277

An act in aid of the road leading from Dunnstown in the county of Lycoming to the mouth of the Sinnemahoning river and from thence the nearest and best route to intersect the turnpike road passing from Bellefonte to Erie, 1824 February 10.

278

An act to improve a road from Nipenose valley in Lycoming county to where the same intersects the road leading from Jersey Shore to Williamsport in said county, 1824 February 10.

279

An act to extend the boundary of Columbia county, 1824 February 10.

280

An act directing the manner in which sheriffs and coroners shall advertise the sale of real estate, 1824 February 10.

281

An act for the relief of Alexander Scott and William Cline revolutionary soldiers, 1824 February 11.

282

An act for the relief of John Deer sen. and others therein mentioned, 1824 February 11.

283

An act to erect a part of Lycoming Luzerne and Columbia counties into a separate county to be called Berwick county, 1824 February 11.

284

An act for the relief of David Husband of the state of Illinois, 1824 February 11.

285

An act for the relief of Hugh Hazelton, 1824 February 11.

286

An act laying a Tax on Money brokers, 1824 February 11.

287

An act for the relief the devisees of Richard Jackson Marley deceased, 1824 February 12.

288

An act for the relief of Martin Zigler a revolutionary soldier, 1824 February 12.

289

An act for improving the Navigation of the River Delaware at the head of tide water, 1824 February 12.

290

An act relative the claims of the Commonwealth against the estate of John Nicholson deceased, 1824 February 12.

291

An act to incorporate the Clergymen and Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the borough of Chambersburg, 1824 February 12.

292

An act to authorize a review of part of the state road from the borough of Orwigsburg to Milford in the county of Pike, 1824 February 12.

293

An act to improve a road from Henry Antis's mill in Lycoming county to Anthony Kleckner's mill in Centre county, 1824 February 12.

294

An act for the further relief of the indigent Deaf and Dumb within this Commonwealth, 1824 February 12.

295

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to prevent the damages which may happen by firing woods", 1824 February 13.

297

An act to provide for the erection of a house for the employment and support of the poor in the county of Washington, 1824 February 13.

298

An act to increase the pension of Molly M'Colly a reward for her personal services in the revolutionary war, 1824 February 13.

299

An act securing to Millwrights payment for their labour and materials in erecting any mill or mills within this Commonwealth, 1824 February 13.

300

An act to facilitate the administration of justice, 1824 February 13.

300

A supplement to an act concerning writs of partition passed April eleventh one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, 1824 February 14.

302

An act for the relief of Mary Dean widow of Samuel Dean a captain of the revolutionary war, 1824 February 14.

303

An act for the relief of Adam Baird Thomas Campbell revolutionary soldiers, 1824 February 14.

304

An act to repeal an act incorporating the borough of Waynesburg in the county of Franklin, 1824 February 14.

305

An act authorising the review of a part of the state road leading from the White Horse Tavern through Somerset county in a direction of the flats of Grave creek, 1824 February 16.

307

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act for the relief of disabled aged and poor revolutionary officers and soldiers" passed the twenty-fifth day of February one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, 1824 February 16.

308

An act to enable David Shidler surviving administrator of the estate of John Shidler deceased to sell certain real estate of the intestate, 1824 February 16.

309

An act authorizing the laying out a state road from Phillipsburg in the county of Centre to the town of Indiana in the county of Indiana, 1824 February 16.

312

An act for the relief of James Stewart a revolutionary soldier, 1824 February 17.

313

An act directing the survey of a route for a canal between Harrisburg and Pittsburg, 1824 February 17.

314

An act authorizing the Governor to incorporate the Huntingdon and Philipsburg Turnpike Road Company, 1824 February 17.

315

An act to require persons who sell spirituous liquors wine beer porter ale cider or cordial under the quantity of ten gallons in Delaware county to take out a license for that purpose, 1824 February 17.

316

An act to authorise the erection of a bridge over Indian creek at St. John's Furnace in Fayette county, 1824 February 17.

317

An act to re-charter certain Banks, 1824 February 20.

320

An act erecting parts of the counties Dauphin Schuylkill and Northumberland into a separate county to be called Jackson county, 1824 February 18.

318

An act to appoint commissioners to lay out a state road from Colebrook Furnace in Lebanon county to intersect the York and Columbia Turnpike Road at or near Henry Sultzbach's tan yard in York county, 1824 February 18.

319

An act erecting part of Lancaster county into a separate county to be called Hand, 1824 February 19.

321

A supplement to the act entitled "An act for the purpose of adjusting the titles into lands in Bedford and Ulster townships in Luzerne and Lycoming counties" passed the nineteenth day of March one thousand eight hundred and ten, 1824 February 19.

322

A supplement to the act entitled "An act directing the recovery of the principal and interest due to the Commonwealth from persons holding lands by virtue of locations or other office titles issued from or under the proprietory government and for other purposes", 1824 February 19.

323

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to amend and consolidate with its supplements the act entitled 'An act for the recovery of debts and demands not exceeding one hundred dollars before a justice of the peace and for the election constable and for other purposes", 1824 February 19.

324

An act authorising supervisors to remove obstructions in navigable streams in the counties of Beaver Mercer and Crawford, 1824 February 20.

325

An act authorising the laying out a certain state road from Easton to Bethany, 1824 February 20.

326

An act for the relief of Margaret Magee widow of James Magee a revolutionary soldier, 1824 February 20.

327

An act for the relief of George Nolff and William Drennan revolutionary soldiers, 1824 February 20.

328

An act for the relief of Morrow Lowry of Crawford county, 1824 February 20.

329

An act to lay out a state road from the borough of Mercer to a point opposite Kinsman in the state of Ohio, 1824 February 20.

330

An act authorizing the laying out a certain state road from Perrysville in the county of Allegheny to the Butler turnpike in the county of Butler, 1824 February 20.

331

An act for the relief of Robert Hamilton, 1824 February 21.

332

An act to provide for the more general promulgation of the laws and resolutions of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth, 1824 February 21.

333

An act for the relief of the heirs of Henry Rhodes deceased, 1824 February 21.

334

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to alter the times of holding certain courts of quarter sessions and common pleas in the county of Delaware, 1824 February 21.

335

An act to authorise the Governor of this Commonwealth to incorporate a company for erecting a bridge over the river Lehigh at or near Seigfrieds Ferry in the county of Northampton, 1824 February 21.

336

An act for ascertaining the opinion of the people of this Commonwealth relative to the call of a convention, 1824 February 23.

339

An act declaring part of M'Michael's creek in the county of Northampton a public highway, 1824 February 23.

340

An act to improve a certain public road crossing the Lehigh mountain immediately opposite the village of Bethlehem in Northampton county, 1824 February 23.

341

A supplement to the act entitled "An act for the limitation of sections to be brought for the inheritance or possession of real property or upon penal acts of Assembly", 1824 February 23.

342

An act to regulate the levies of sheriffs and constables, 1824 February 23.

343

A supplement to an act entitled "An act relating to proceedings in the action of accounts rendered", 1824 February 25.

346

A further supplement to the penal laws of this Commonwealth, 1824 February 25.

347

A further supplement to the 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", 1824 February 25.

348

An act for the relief of Charles Means, 1824 February 25.

349

An act for the relief and comfort of the poor, 1824 February 25.

350

An act appropriating certain taxes arising on unseated lands for the improvement of a certain state road, 1824 February 26.

352

An act appropriating money to erect a bridge over Conawago creek near the town of Berlin in Adams county, 1824 February 26.

353

An act to improve a certain public road in Union and Centre counties commonly called the Bush Valley Narrows, 1824 February 26.

354

An act supplementary to the act entitled "An act for the promotion of agriculture and domestic manufactures", 1824 February 27.

356

An act for the relief of Elizabeth Reed widow of Archibald Reed a Lieutenant in the revolutionary war, 1824 February 27.

357

An act authorising the Presbyterian congregation at the town of Beaver to erect a church on one of the public squares in said town, 1824 February 27.

358

An act relative to county commissioners, 1824 February 27.

359

An act to legitimate George Rahn the illegitimate son of Mary Merkle late of Berks county deceased and for other purposes, 1824 February 27.

360

A supplement to the act entitled "An act declaring a certain creek a public highway", 1824 February 28.

361

An act authorizing the Orphans' court of Bucks county to appoint trustees under the last will and testament of John Corson deceased, 1824 February 28.

362

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to incorporate the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society" (reprinted), 1824 March 1.

29

An act for the preservation of the state powder magazine in the county of Philadelphia, 1824 March 2.

364

A further supplement to the act entitled an act to authorise the Governor to incorporate a company for erecting a bridge over the Susquehanna at the borough of Wilkesbarre in the county of Luzerne, 1824 March 2.

365

An act granting aid to the Hummelstown school, 1824 March 2.

366

An act to annex part of Mercer county to the county of Beaver, 1824 March 2.

367

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act to amend and consolidate with its supplements the act entitled 'An act for the recovery of state debts and demands not exceeding one hundred dollars before a justice of the peace and for the election of constables and for other purposes'", 1824 March 3.

369

An act to incorporate Youngstown in the county of Westmoreland, 1824 March 3.

370

An act for the improvement of the navigation of the Susquehanna river, 1824 March 3.

371

An act to authorise a loan and for other purposes, 1824 March 3.

372

An act for the relief of James Horral a revolutionary soldier, 1824 March 3.

373

An act granting remuneration to John Filson brigade inspector for certain costs incurred in an attempt to collect militia fines in the second brigade third division Pennsylvania militia, 1824 March 3.

374

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act directing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes and for other purposes", 1824 March 4.

379

An act providing for the education of children employed in manufactories, 1824 March 6.

381

An act declaring Little Brokenstraw creek in Warren county a public highway, 1824 March 6.

382

A further supplement to the insolvent laws, 1824 March 6.

383

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to amend an act directing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes and for other purposes" passed the thirteenth day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, 1824 March 8.

384

An act to incorporate the Franklin Institute of Pennsylvania for the promotion of the mechanic arts, 1824 March 8.

385

An act authorizing a review of part of the state road from the county line between Armstrong and Jefferson where the state road from Milesburg to Erie crosses the same from thence through the borough of Mercer to the state line in a direction to Warren, 1824 March 8.

386

An act to further continue an act to encourage the warranting and patenting of lands north and west of the Ohio and Allegheny and Conewago creek, 1824 March 8.

387

A supplement to an act entitled "An act authorising 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 at or near the town of Bedford", 1824 March 9.

391

An act to authorise a review of part of the state road from the White Horse in Somerset county towards the flats of Grave creek, 1824 March 9.

392

A supplement to an act entitled "An act to incorporate the members of the Religious society of Roman Catholics belonging to the congregation of St. Mary's Catholic Church in the city of Philadelphia" passed the thirteenth day of September one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight, 1824 March 9.

393

A supplement to the act entitled "An act authorising the Governor to incorporate the president managers and company of the Warfordsburg and Juniata turnpike in the county of Bedford", 1824 March 9.

394

An act for the benefit of John Hartman, 1824 March 9.

395

A further supplement to an act entitled "An act to confer on certain associations of the citizens of this commonwealth the powers and immunities of corporations or bodies politic in law", 1824 March 9.

397

An act limiting the time for which certain offices shall be held by the same person, 1824 March 9.

396

An act for the relief of sundry soldiers and widows of soldiers, 1824 March 9.

398

An act for the benefit of Judith M'Call and others, 1824 March 9.

399

A supplement to an act entitled "An act for regulating the measurement of corn and salt imported into the Port of Philadelphia", 1824 March 10.

400

An act exempting persons attending the market in the borough of Harrisburg from paying toll on the Harrisburg and Millerstown turnpike road, 1824 March 10.

401

An act to improve a road leading from Selins Grove to the town of Northumberland along the Blue Hill in Union county, 1824 March 10.

402

An act to improve the state road from Tunkhannock to Tioga Point, 1824 March 11.

403

An act relative to turnpike road and bridge companies in which the state holds stock, 1824 March 11.

404

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to enable the owners and occupants of the Wicacoa Meadows in the county of Philadelphia to keep the banks dams sluices and flood-gates in repair and to raise a fund to defray the expenses thereof", 1824 March 12.

406

An act incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, 1824 March 13.

410

An act for the relief of Joseph Patton, 1824 March 13.

411

An act to incorporate the Presbyterian Congregation of Cross creek in the county of Washington, 1824 March 13.

412

A supplement to the act entitled "An act to direct the manner time and places of holding elections for electors of President and Vice President of the United States", 1824 March 13.

413

An act to improve the road leading from Athens to Samuel Conant's in Troy township in Bradford county, 1824 March 13.

414

An act to provide for the settlement of the concerns of the Marietta and Susquehanna Trading Company, 1824 March 16.

424

An act to establish a sixteenth Judicial district and for other purposes, 1824 March 12.

408

An act concerning certain election districts, 1824 March 15.

417

An act authorizing Hiram M'Neill and Alexander M'Clean executors of Margaret Miller deceased to convey certain real estate, 1824 March 15.

418

An act to require the commissioners of Fayette county to settle the accounts of William Williams, 1824 March 15.

419

An act authorising limited co-partnerships for the purpose of promoting trade and Manufactures, 1824 March 16.

422

An act to authorise Margaret Welsh and Hugh Welsh to convey to William Madden a tract of land in Beaver county, 1824 March 16.

423

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to declare and regulate escheats", 1824 March 24.

426

An act granting a premium to the children of the poor of this Commonwealth for good conduct and improvement in school learning, 1824 March 18.

429

A supplement to the act entitled "An act for the sale of goods distrained for rent and to secure such goods to the persons distraining the same for the better security of rents" and for other purposes therein mentioned, 1824 March 19.

435

An act for the relief of James Speer of Indiana county, 1824 March 20.

441

An act making appropriations to defray certain expenses of government therein mentioned, 1824 March 20.

443

An act to establish a district court within the city and county of Philadelphia and for other purposes, 1824 March 22.

445

An act for the relief of sundry soldiers of the revolutionary war and for other purposes, 1824 March 23.

449

A supplement to the act entitled "An act for the regulation of the militia of this Commonwealth", 1824 March 23.

454

An act vesting the right of this Commonwealth to a certain tract of land in the heirs of Sarah Robeson, 1824 March 23.

448

An act for dividing the city of Philadelphia into fifteen wards and providing for the choice of one judge of the general elections thereof by the two inspectors of each ward and for other purposes, 1824 March 23.

451

A supplement to the act providing for the recovery of fines assessed upon citizens of this state for the non-performance of militia duty during this late war with Great Britain and for other purposes, 1824 March 23.

453

A further supplement to the act entitled "An act to declare and regulate escheats", 1824 March 24.

426