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Allegheny, Arsenal described

358 Camden and Amboy Rail Road, a severe night
Portage report of S. Jones

320
on, owing to a snow storm

31
Do S. Welch 346 352

suit againsi for baggage lost

277
table of grades
349 Canals, Chesapeake and Del. report

385
lengths of each section 350

Do and Ohio

190 248
cost of viaducts

ib
Delaware and Raritan

32
estimated expense of engines 354

N. England

248
River, improvements

352
Lehigh

118
Town, Myerly's rope making machine 380

Mahoning

190
improvements

400
Olean and Rochester

59
Almshouse, table of paupers in

157

Pennsylvania 40 60 65 72 79 103 247 386
Andrews, Rev. Jedediah, letter from in 1730 199

388 397 407 409
Apprentice's Library Co. report of

282
Pennsylvania and Ohio

15
Arbitration act 1810, report of cases under 303

Susquehanna

362 397
Athenæum, Philad. Annual report of

128
Union

248 272
Chester County do

190
estimate of filtration on

6
Auction duties

416
West Philadelphia

13
Western

75
B

effects of, on the price of transporta-
Baird, Judge, correspondence between the Bar

tion

16 288
of Fayette county, and the pro•

arrival at Hollidaysburg from Utica 31
ceedings of Court relating to 113

commissioners report on amount saved
decision of the Supreme Court 245

by using the public works

45 72
Baldwin, Judge, charges of

49 316 380

convention at Butler, proceedings and
Balloon, ascension, 2d of Mr. Mills at Lancaster

37'6
memorial

69

and rail roads compared 111 231 247 268
Banks, five dollar notes of each, in the state 80

times of being open from ice
reports to Leg. on revenue to be derived
from

124 126

comparative view as to time, lockage,
act relative to

dimensions, climate and cost of trans.
dividends

16 302 335
portation on the N. Y., Pennsylvania,

152

Chesapeake and Obio
Do 1830 to 1835

335
United States, old, report to Councils on

report of commissioners N. Y. on rail
roads and

231 247 268
closing the trust of the

124

minutes of the first meeting relating to
U. S. statement
301 399

239
Baptists, Seventh day, at Ephrata, account of

improvements of Schuylkill
161
cost of

247
Bark, quantity inspected and shipped at Philad. 27

do of repairs of

249
Beaver, a taken in Venango county

320
transportation on, prices of

249 252
county, valuation of property assessed in 62

tabular view of

251
bridge
ib

271
Frankfort Springs

account of a trip on
400

boat arr at Harrisburg from Uti 336
Beef, weights of in Chester co. 64 82 96 110 208

new boat, great speed on

407
in Lancaster co.

288

new application of water power of 44
Biography, of Gregg Andrew

352

daily line of boats between Pittsburg
Harding Israel

336
and Philadelphia, on

220
“Junto," members of the

184 Capital punishments, debate on, in Legislature,
Kelly John, (Col.)

317
(Blundin's case,)

9
Parke, Thos. Dr.
364 Carlisle, meteorological tables

204 218 230
Penn Wm.
182 Cat, a wild, killed in York co.

48
Say Thomas
128 Cattle, weight of

64 82 96 110 208 288
Schweinita L. D. Von
369 Census of Pottsville

140
Trotter Sergeant's grave.

107
Carbondale

ib
Blind, 2d annual report of Penna. Institution 241 Chambersburg and Bedford Turnpike, number
Board of Trade, Philadelphia, annual report 56

of travellers on

109
resolution on Penna, and Ohio

tolls taken on, 1825 to 1835 340
canal
302 Chesapeake and Del. canal, report

385
Bradford, West, meteorological tables

and Ohio do do

190
Bridge at Beaver

62 Chester co., decision respecting Barton's will 56
Taylorsville

80

beef, weights of 64 82 96 110 208
Brownsville, convention, report and statistics 109

meteorol. tables

83
Bucks co. meeting in relation to Del. river 47 61

sheep, weights of

175 192
Butler, canal convention at, and memorial

Atheneum, report

190

83

68

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report of

Cbester co., Floral calendar

336 Delaware river, report of commissioners on the
Coal, trade from Pittsburg

16
use of the waters

1
quantity sold between Pottsville and Phil-

agreement between the commissioners
adelphia, 1826 to 1834

79

of Penna. and N. J.
“Spohn” tract, described

79

instructions to E, F. Gay
reports
105 106 141

do

ib
mining association, 3d report

141
of S. F. Kneas

4
price of, on the Monongahela

152
of E. A. Douglass

23
calculations on the expense of delivering,

letter from S. D. Ingham

25
at different places

154

proceedings of a meeting in Bucks
North Amer. Co. report

104
co. relating to

47 61
Delaware do do

107

report of commissioners of Legisla.
Lycoming do do

156

ture on agreement of commison'rs 97
trade, foreign and domestic of U. S. 1820

estimate of evaporation of

6
to 1834
158 352 Dispensary, Northern, report

84
first boat from Schuylkill mines arrives 217 District Court of Philadelphia, act establishing 220
dealer's resolutions respecting working

judges appointed

222 288
hours of labourers
350 Dividends on stocks

16 302 335
estimate of annual consumption

352
bank, 1830 to 1835

235
Coates, B. H. Biog. of Thos. Say

128 Dry goods, meeting of dealers on, relating to
Coatesville, described

384
measure

109
Columbia co., remarkable weatber

320

E
Columbia Rail Road

60 336 415 Education, new school bill introduced into Le-
accidents on

64
gislature

159
report of commissioners of Leg.on pow.

report of Sec'y of State on Common
er, public and private

87

schools, and votes on the law 192 205
W. B. Mitchell's report

297

Rev. John Ludlow's inaugural ad.
E, F. Gay's

299
dress as Proyost

195
business on

336

report of majority of committee on
Town of, value of real estate in

111

the bill, and voters of counties 205
canal to tide

362
report of minority do

206
articles transported on

415

letter of Dr. Leiber on the relation
Commerce, meeting of dry goods dealers on mea-

between crime and, with statistical
sures

15 29
facts

211 225 252 278
imports foreign and coast wise

22

report of controllers of public schools 219
exports of cotton and tobacco

23

speech of Mr. Stevens on bill for 282
new tonnage built, 1830 10 1834 26 269

act to establish a ger.eral system of 159 287
rail road, iron imported, 1831 to 1834 26

address before the mechanics associ-
bark inspected and shipped

27
ation of Lancaster

391
corn do do
27 Election of Brigadier General

382
annual report of Board of Trade 56 302 Ephrata, historical sketch of, by Dr. Fahnes.
memorial of do. to Councils on rail

tock

160 208
ways, &c.
59 | Erie, Lake, steamboats on

79
number and description of essels,

trade of

ib
arrived 1834

61

tapping of, hy N. York
inspections of flour and meal, 1833 to

canal, time it opens

146
1834
ib Evaporation of river Delaware, estimate of

6
coal trade

16 79 Exchange, Philadelphia, cost, and state of funds 406
trade of Lake Erie

79 Exports of cotton and tobacco from Philadel.
steamboats arrived at and departed

phia, 1833-34

23
from Pittsburg

80
state of the banks

80 304 Fahnestock, W. M's account of Ephrata, and
internal trade

208
Seventh Day Baptists

160
new tonnage built, 1825 to 1834
269 Filtration, on canals, estimate of

6
a new branch of
288 Fires in Philadelphia, 1834

84
decision of Judge Baldwin on inspec- Fire association, good resolutions of

173
tion marks
314 men, disabled, apply to Conncils

328
inspection laws of state
330 Floral calendar, Chester co.

336
inland trade at Chambersburg 340 Flour, quantity exported from Philadelphia, 1833
short passage, ship Pocahontas 416

to 1834

25
cutton, price of transportation from

inspected

do

61
Nashville to Philadelphia
288 Frankfort Springs in Beaver co.

400
Conyngham, Redmond, historical notes 80 81 117 180 Franklin, Pa. ice sent from, to Natchez

96
address before mechanics institute

Institute, premiums offered by

340
at Lancaster

391

G
Corn, quantity exported from Philadelphia 27 Gas, light, report of commissioner

15
Councils, proceedings of 13 122 223 254 302 366 works, S. V. Merrick's report on
Cotton, price of transportation from Nashville to

on, to Councils, report

182
Philadelphia
288 works, ordinance for erecting

202
Crawford co., soil of
288 Geographical establishment, described

27
Cucumbers, early and large
415 Geology of York co.

184
Cumberland co., notes on
81 Germantown, large grain at

838
D
Gibson, C. J., opinions

245 316
Dauphin co., bar iron

416 Girard's Legacy, accounts to be sent to Leg. 14
Delaware Breakwater, report

29

condensed statements of the affairs of
Coal co. report

82

the estate, and stocks approprioted
and Raritan canal, limestone carried on 32

to different objects

173

17 33

56

32 .

Girard, college, reports

14 72 73 255 Law Cases and Intelligence-
reports of building committee, and ar.

report of Prothonotary of District Court of
chitect to Councils,, on

74

city and co., on cases referred under arbi.

255
report to Councils

tration act, 1810

303
of T. U. Walter

256 U. States vs. Halberstadt-removing casks
Gold, from U, S. at the mint

73 with inspection marks on, Judge Bald.
Grain, tall

382
win's decision

314
Gregg, Andrew, Biog.

352 Rev. S. Helffenstein vs, David Thomas-
H
clandestine marriages

316
inspection laws of Pennsylvania

331
Harrisburg, meteorological tables 102 272 278 346 364

336

acis passed by the Legislature, 1834-5
boat arrives at, from Utica

337

ordinance relating to clocks and observatory 66
Historical notes, by R. Conyngham 80 81 117 118 180

203
Hog, a large

Ex parte Poulson, case depending between

Drew and Swift-contempt of Court by
Hopkinson, Judge, charge

119
87
publishing-J. Baldwin's charge

380
Horse power and steam power compared

Law academy, W. Rawle, Junior's address
217 272

401
House of Refuge, reports to Legislature

Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co., report

118
I & J

Leiber, Dr's letter on relation between education
Ice boat, introduced at Philadelphia

32
and crime

211 225 252 278
sent from Franklin to Natchez
96 Letters from William Penn

184
Imports, foreign and coast wise, in each month, Lime, and limestone conveyed on Del. and Rari.
1834, at Philadelphia

23

tan canal
Indians, historical notes respecting 80 82 117 138 180 Ludlow, Rev. Dr. J's inaugural address as Pro-
relics in York co.

336
vost

198
Inspections of bark, 1833 and 1834
27 Lycoming Coal Co., report

156
salted provisions
ib Lying-in-charity, 3d annual report

224
laws of Pennsylvania

331

M
Jersey, original deed for East

96
McKean co., large product of land in

80
K
Mahoning canal, act respecting

190
Kelley, Col. John. Biog. of
318 Memorial against bridge over Schuylkill

271
L
Mercantile Library company, report

174
Merrick, S. V's report on gas works

387
Lancaster, first stages between, and Philad.

17 33
address before mechanics association of 391 Meteorological tables and observations 16 26 31 32 48

62 63 83 96 101 102 112 128 156
Lancaster co., large sales of real estate in

61

160 175 204 218 229 272 278 304
beef, weights of
288

320 336 346 364 406
Mills'2d balloon ascension from 376

Mills, James' 2d balloon ascension from Lancaster 376
Lands, act to graduate, on which money is due

Mine Hill and Sch. Haven rail road co., annual
the State

271

report
Law Cases and Intelligene-

Monongahela region, products of

108
report of commitiee on Judiciary, on capital

Mount Carbon, census of
punishment-J. Blundin's case 8

140
debate on Blundin's case
Lessee of Warner vs. Brinton-B's will and
New York and Erie rail road

145
farm-Baldwin's opinion

49

and Philadelphia, difference of time,
the case of Judge Baird and the Bar of Fay-

on goods sent west from

416
ette co., correspondence and proceedings,
North Amer. Coal company, report

107
attorneys stricken off the list
113 Northumberland, cutworms at

411
decision of Supreme Court on ditto

245

O
Thackara & Crilly vs, The Boat “Farmer of Olean and Rochester canal

59
Salem”-Admiralty decision, Libel for Orphan Asylum, Pittsburg, report

405
wages, Judge Hopkinson's opinion

119

P
act relative to Banks proposed
125 Panther hunt, in Susquehanna county

86
new School bill introduced into Leg. 287 159 Parke, Thos. M. D. dec'd, resolution of Phila-
act respeciing Mahoning canal

190
delphia Library co.

364
ordinance respecting city gas works

202 Paupers, Foreign and American, in Philadelphia
act for establishing the District Court of

Almshouse

157
Philadelphia

220 Penitentiary, Eastern, report to Leg. on S. R.
Judges of ditto appointed

288 222
Wood's case

258 278
ordinance of Councils providing for public

new act respecting

267
clocks, and observatory

223

report of Inspectors,&c., with sta.
relation between education and crime, sta.

tistical tables

292 296
tistics, &c.

252 211 225

correspondence bet. P. Tidyman
Wm. Morgan, et al vs. J. Reakert, keeper

and S. R. Wood, on

360
of prison-writ de homine replegiand,

Crawford, (English commissioners)
slave case

247
report on

376
new act respecting Fastern penitentiary 267 Penn William, notes respecting his treaty with
report of committee on

256

Indians under the Elm tree 117 138
act to provide for calling a convention with

letters from

162
limited powers, (reform of constitution) 267 Pennsylvania, notes on Cumberland co.

81
act to graduate lands on which money is due 271

Do. respecting Penn's treaty under
Belknap vs. Amboy rail road transportation

Elm tree

117 118
company-missing baggage

277

report of committee on inland na.
act for establishing a general system of edu.

vigation, on the internal im-
cation

287
provements of the State

150
Thurneyssen vs. Vouthier Fils-domestic

in 1730, described

199
attachment, opinion of Judge Coxe 288

inspection laws of

330

78

N

over

Penn'a Canal, rates of toll on

40 Philadelphia, ordinance providing for public
when closed for the season

60
clocks and observatory

223
report of canal commissioners on

lying-in-charity, report

224
amount saved, by using public

Proceedings of Military Council,re.
improvements

71
lating to the defence of

224
amount of tolls from public iron

correspondence with Gov'or Wolf
transported

72
on ditto

327
business on, at Allegheny

79
cattle brought by rail road to

256
memorial to extend, to Maryland

new tonnage built at, 1825 to 1834 269
line

102

memorial against bridge
trade of, at Pittsburg

326
Schuylkill

271
report of Alonzo Livermore on

cost of bringing cotton to, from
French creek

387
Nashville

288
report of W. F. Packer, on West

Columbia and Phila. W. B, Mitch-
Branch

388
ell's report

297
report of J. D. Harriss on ditto 407

memorial of Fire association

328
R. Faries on ditto 409

purchase of lo: near Fair Mount au.
Penn'a and Ohio canal, message of Gov'r Lucas 15

thorized

329
report of Board of irade, in favor of,

iron railing round Washington square 328
and resolutions

56 302

rail way through the city, report of
report of Mr. King on

65
commissioner's

330
Philadelphia, Proceedings of Councils 13 122 223 254

inexpedient to sell part of Will's
302 328
Hospital lot

ib
report of watering committee, re-

city rail roads, reports on 332 346 366
specting canal
13

410
injured watchmen

14

mechanics strike, for 6 to 6 hours
report on re-organization of police 14

labour

367
report on gas lights

15 17 33

Council resolves in favour of ditto 368
meetings of dry gocds dealers 15 29

Brigadier General's election

382
effects of internal improvements,

Walnut street prison sold

383
on transportation to and from 16

and Lancaster, first stages between 387
Snow storms

16 31
Exchange, cost and state of

408
imports and exports

21 23

markets, opposition to taking down
new steamboat at

23
of, at

410
rain which fell 1810 to 1834

26

meeting opposed to removal of
inspections

27
market houses

356
geographical establishment described 27

appropriation to firemen's association ib
new convenience for travelling be-

report on Scott's Legacies

ib
tween Philad. and Wheeling 29

Do on hack stands

ib
ice boat introduced at

32

ordinance on clocks and observatory ib
gis works, Merrick's report on 17 33 Philadelphia Co., taxes and expen'd 1830 to 1834 207
annual report of Board of trade 56

report of County Board

319
memorial to Councils on connection Pittsburg, coal trade

16
of Dela. with rail road

59
valuable cargo by canal

16
number and description of vessels

number of steamboats arri'd and dep'd 80
arrived in 1834

60
early suggestion of rail road to

96
severely cold weather at

63

daily line of steamboats between, and
Western canal, report 10 Councils

Louisville

102
on (majority)

75
Serg. Trotter's grave

107
minority report on ditto

76

period of opening and closing the na-
appointments by the Mayor

80
vigation at

144 229
recollections of the last century re-

daily line of canal boats from, to Phil.
specting

83

adelphia, established 220 243 267
fires in 1834

85

time of first arrival at, from Olean,
reminiscenses

83 96
1831 to 1834

229
weather at 96 101 112 128 256 407

quick trip from Louisville to

267
public meeting on removal of Le-

first arrival from, at Pbiladelphia 267
gi:lature to

109

new trade with Chautauque co. N. Y. 287
dry goods dealers, meeting of 108

trade of canal at

327
number of commitments to prisons 110

orphan Asylum, report

405
report in favor of Tow boats

122

jaunt from, to Philadelphia, described 414
Do on alteration of Second st. Pottsville, stage from to Reading
market houses

123

coal from, sold on the way to Philad. 79
sales of stock and real estates 124 175

Spohn" tract, described

ib
221 368
steam engine to be made at

135
diseases and deaths in 1834

135
health of

jb
rail road, report

175
censụs of, occupations, &c,

140
water work's expenditures

176
cold weather at

156 304
expenditures of city commissioners 176 Presque Isle, liarbour described

31
report of watering committee 177 Prison, number of commitments to

10
ordinance for city gas works

202

R
remonstrance against opening Ele- Rail roads, iron, quantity imported into Philad.
venth street

206
1831 to 1834

27
city sinking fund, report on

Camden and Amboy, severe night upon

31
table showing different loans

210
Columbia, rates of toll

41
District Court of, act for establishing, 221

Mine lilland Schuylkill Haven co., an-
report of comm. on public clocks 222 302

nual report

78
West Chester co., 1st report

85

16

209

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