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act for establishing a health office and to secure the city and port of Philadelphia from the introduction of pestilential and contagious diseases, and for other purposes, passed January 29, 1818, with its supplements, passed in the years 1821, 1824, 1826 & 1827., An
act of the Legislature of Pennsylvania and a patent to incorporate a company for selecting a permanent bridge over the river Schuylkill., An
act suspending the operation of the sundry acts of this common-wealth prohibiting the incorporated banking institutions thereof from making and issuing bills or notes of a less denomination than five dollars, and for other purposes., An
act to incorporate the city of Philadelphia., An
act to provide for the decrease of social evil and for the better government of cities in relation to houses of ill-fame., An
act to raise the supplies for the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine., An
Acts of Assembly relative to soldiers voting in actual military service passed by the Legislature of Pennsylvania.
Acts of the Pennsylvania General Assembly affecting local government.
Address to the Assembly of Pennsylvania on the abolition of the Bank of North America., An
Appropriation acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
At a Council held at Philadelphia, May 17th 1742.
Bill entituled An act to incorporate the city of Philadelphia
Charges, and extracts of charges, on moral and religious subjects; delivered at sundry times
Combined history of Senate and House bills.
Commonw. regist. (Harrisbg. Pa.)
Commonwealth register (Harrisburg, PA.)
Commonwealth register of Pennsylvania
Constitution, as formed for the United States, The
constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage, The : begun in the year 1774, and enlarged on the twenty-third of April, 1787 : to which are added, the acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, for the gradual abolition of slavery.
Copies of sundry papers, which have passed between the lieutenant governor and the Assembly there, &c
Copies of the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania his speeches to the Assembly : their addresses in answer thereto, and several messages and answers, between them.
Daily legislative record
Debates and proceedings of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, on the memorials praying a repeal or suspension of the law annulling the charter of the bank
do hereby certify, that [blank] hath voluntarily taken and subscribed the oath or affirmation of allegiance and fidelity ..., I
do hereby certify that Henry Bartlesen of the City of Philad. house carpenter, hath voluntarily taken and subscribed the oath of affirmation of allegiance and fidelity, I
Emilie L. Fry vs. Horace B. Fry : answer of Horace B. Fry to the memorial of John Grigg.
Emilie L. Fry vs. Horace B. Fry : petition, answer, and memorial in the matter of the application for a divorce.
further supplement to an act entitled "An act for establishing a Health Office and to secure the city and port of Philadelphia from the introduction of pestilential and contagious diseases, and for other purposes" passed January twenty-ninth, one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, and the several supplements thereto, passed April 5, 1849., A
History of Senate and House bills
Humble and respectful memorial of Isabella Wetherill
In General Assembly. Monday, September 15, 1777. A.M. : the bill entituled, "An act to impower the Supreme Executive Council of this common-wealth, to provide for the security thereof in special cases where no provision is already made by law" ...
In the legislature of Pennsylvania
In the matter of the petition of Edward Middleton to the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for a divorce from his wife
just and plain vindication of Sir William Keith, bart., late governour of Pennsilvania, A : from the untruths and aspersions contained in a paper printed at London and now reprinting at Philadelphia under the title of, The case of the heir at law and executrix of the late proprietor of Pennsilvania, &c.
Legislative journal - House
Legislative journal - Senate
Legislative record for the session of ...
Memorial addresses on the death of Gov. John W. Geary
Memorial of the Select and Common councils of the city of Philadelphia to the State Legislature, for a repeal of the duty on freight passing over the Pennsylvania Railroad : together with a communication accompanying it, from Hon. Richard Vaux, Major of Philadelphia.
message to the governor from the assembly. In answer to the governor's message of the 18th instant ..., A
Minutes of the second session of the fourteenth General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania : which commenced at Philadelphia, on Tuesday, the second day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety.
Mrs. Horace B. Fry's petition : Mr. Horace B. Fry's answer.
Paper book in the matter of the petition of Edward Middleton to the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for a divorce from his wife.
Pennsylvania General Assembly descriptive account with correspondence
Pennsylvania legislative directory
Pennsylvania. Messages, answers, addresses, etc. relating to the raising men and money for the intended expedition
Proceedings and debates of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania
Proceedings to commemorate the public services of Matthew Stanley Quay by the Pennsylvania Legislature, Wednesday, March 22, 1905.
Protest presented to the House of Assembly, by the subscribers, at the close of the late debate there, A : concerning the sending Mr. Franklin as an assistant to our agent, at the Court of Great-Britain.
relation of the misfortunes of the French neutrals, A : as laid before the Assembly of the province of Pennsylvania by John Baptiste Galerm, one of the said people.
Report of the joint committee of the Legislature, relative to the Eastern State Penitentiary, at Philadelphia
Report of the trial and acquittal of the Honorable Robert Porter, president judge of the Third Judicial District of Pennsylvania : before the Senate, composing the High Court of Impeachment of the said commonwealth, upon articles of accusation and impeachment, preferred against him by the House of Representatives, with the various discussions in the Senate and House of Representatives, all the evidence and arguments of counsel at length.
Report on housing to the Governor and the General Assembly : current programs, future programs, research.
Representation and petition of divers religious denominations of the City of Philadelphia, to the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania., The
Several proceedings in the two late sittings of Assembly, on the affair of raising money, men, &c. for the expedition now on foot against the Spanish West-Indies.
State of Pennsylvania in General Assembly, Thursday, Feb. 19th, 1789 A.M.
Sundry documents (copied from the original) relative to the claim of Gideon Olmsted, against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania : respectfully submitted to the consideration of the members of the legislature of said commonwealth.
To the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met
To the Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania : the humble and respectful memorial of Isabella Wetherill, respectfully presents.