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Tolls on,

31

44 172
Addison, judge's charge to the grand jury, 1794 241 Canals, connecting Lake Erie

convention at Warren to connect with
Agricultural Society, exhibition of the Union 333

Pennsylvania

253
Allegheny College, prospects of

82
Lewisburg Cross Cut, celebration

313
Report of trustees on manual

Pennsylvania, 37 10 143 160 220 240 256
labour
273

265 285 316 585 401
County, large product of corn to acre 313

63 96 141 240 256
Portage, described
88

316 410
Alliance, frigate, history of

137

Commissioners report 385 401
Anecelotes, revolutionary

39 49

and Ohio, report of Ohio
Association of Merchants, Philadelphia formed 255

commissioners

265 365
Aurora Borealis, at Philadelphia

16

and rail roads, comparative speculations
Effect of, on the magnetic needle · 81

as to prices, &c.

269
B
Schuylkill

29 31
Bache, A. D. on the effects of the Aurora Borealis

Union

14 347
on the magnetic needle

81
Report

347
Bainbridge, commodore Wm. funeral and bio-

Transportation, effects of, on prices

240
graphy,
104 Carbondale, electrical phenomena

64
Banks, Farmer's of Reading, state of
34 Carlisle, oldest citizen dies

368
of Philadelphia, list of, capital, &c 280 Carrol, Charles, of C. Sergeant's, Eulogium 178
Bank, of United States, Amos Kendal's circular Cattle, disease among, near Holmesburg

125
respecting deposits

128
fine at West Chester

127
Reasons of Andrew Jackson, President U. Cave, De Laney's described

22
s. for removing deposits
201 Cherry-tree, Indian bears second crop

256
Report of Government Directors to the Pre Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, experiment with
sident U.S. on printing, &c.

208
a steamboat, on

240
Extract from Pres't U. S. annual message 365

and Ohio Canal meeting at Pittsburg 157
Report of the committee of the Bank in an-

memorial to Congress

159
swer to the President U. S. and Go-

resolution of Legislature 160
vernment Directors

410 391 Chester co, marble of
Baptist Churches, pastors, &c. in Pennsylvania 334 Cholera, effects of coal on, at Pittsburg 46 122
Barron, Commodore's new pump

158

narrow escape from premature interment 80
Bear, a large killed at Port Carbon
224 Church, Baptist in Pensylvania

334
Bedford, Turnpike, Convention at

136
Christ steeple, size of balls

112
Bects, large

288 320

St. Peter's, Philadelphia, sketch of his’y, 153
Berks Co. convictions at Court of

368
Protestant Episcopal Clergy, of

155
Hail storm

128
parochial reports

ib.
Rattle snakes, in

16
Free at Newtown, plan of

166
Remarkable willow tree

255 Clay, Hon. Henry, visits Philadelphia, and is rec'd,
Biddle, Nicholas, address on laying the corner stone

and addressed by Councils

351 357
of Girard College
17 Clearfield.co, iron ore in

143
Biographical notices :

fire proof bricks, made in

ib.
Bainbridge, commodore

104
early winter

303
Fell, Jesse, great weight,
144 Cleveland, trade of

212
Lee, captain, revolutionary anecdotes 49 Coal, mine on fire, at Pottsville

16
McGuire, Rev. C. B. funeral

64
at Blossburg

80
Main, William

368
opened on Back mountain

256
Morgan, David

141
discovered in Tioga eo.

62 111
Orr, Robert Judge
207 mine accident at Mauch Chunk

143
Pascalis, Dr. F. A. 0.

123 Beds at Wilkesbarre, steamboats to reach,
Red, Pole, an Indian
63 164 proposed

96
Reed, Joseph President

175

Lands, large sale of in Schuylkill co. 189
Rush, Dr. Benjamin anecdotes 249 discovered in Virginia

253
Stiffy, Michael?

48
region, sketch of

73
Tucker, Wm. Ellis

293
Lykens valley

59
Van Campen, Moses
39 Bituminous used for steam engines

208
Blairsville, described

124 quantity of, consumed by steam engines at
Blind, public exhibition of pupils

221 349
Pittshurg

314
Boudinot, Elias, report of committee on sale of

boat 100 tons at Mauch Chunk

320
lands of

186

Trade, Lyon's oration on
Braddock, General, character of by B. Franklin 137

of Tamaqua

30
Bricks, fire proof made in Clearfield co.

143

Lehigh and Schuylkill 143 304 384
Bridge, at Flat Rock, destroyed

216
Delaware and Hudson

192
Brigadier General Prevost, votes for

31
of Pennsylvania

224
Bristol Collegiate Institution

.91

number of vessels employed in, from
Bucks co, bald eagle killed in

103
Philadelphia

158 189
Hail storm

127
Lackawanna

504
Mr. Brock invents a lime.spreader.

287
effects of, on Cholera

46 122

Colt, Henry, report on Wyoming and Lehigh rail
Camden and Amboy rail road, engine on

31
road

61
:dreadful accident. Columbia, mineral spring, near

96
and loss of life, on 319
weather at

111 160
explanation of, by
large beet at

288
the Directors ib.
minerals found near

390
Canals, boats, quickest passage

256

and Philadelphia rail road, de
capacity increased

416

B. F. West
Chesapeake and Delaware

240

case of, Br
and Ohio
157 159

contractors

24

106

chechi
May

cap stone

Commerce, vessels arrived and departed from

1
Education, Jefferson College, Students in

192
Philadelphia

143 256 4161

Manual and Mental, at Dyott's ville
Board of trade formed

255
glass works

171
meeting relating to western trade 287 Eels, great numbers taken at Miffintown

192
inspections of four at, Philadelphia 256

do.
at Wintermoot

208
four received, via. Schuylkill ib. Electrical phenomena at Carbondale

64
cotton imported and exported from Elections, ward

229
Philad-lphia

249
general

236 261
Conneaut Lake, fish die in

16
Southwark Commissioners

256
Convention, Turnpike, at Badford

136 Elizabethtown & Sommerville rail road extension of 79
Reform at Harrisburg

144 166
remarkable old woman at

111
address of

167 Epidemics, effect of coal smoke on, at Pittsburg 12?
Canal at Wirren, Ohio
253 Erie, and Mad river rail road

206 270
Corn, Indian, large product per acre
313 Erie Lake, connexion with, importance of

44
Cotton imported and exported from Philadelphia 249

plans of routes

172
Councils, Select and common, proceeding's 8 25 47

tracle of, remarks on

211
69 113 185 213 219 263 279 295 334 356 Erie co. sewing silk, made in

223
Crawford co. rem rkable wheat

224
trial for firing cannon, 4th July

246
Criminal business of Berks county
111 366 Town, weather at

352
and pauperism of York county Exchange at Philadelphia, celebration of placing
statistics
365

293
Cumberland sufferers, amount collected for 64 | Execution of Getter, at Easton

254
D
Expenditures of city of Philaclelphia

272
Danville and Pottsville rail road, experiments on
272 288 303 Fayette county, Delaney's cave, described

23
Darlington, Judge's charge on horse racing 189

College, corner stone laid

97
Debt, law to abolish imprisonment for, under $5 33 16

J. R. Ingersoll's address

ib.
no debtor in prison at Pittsburg

32
Annual reports

190 197 320
De Lancey, Rev. J. H. correspondence with uni-

Springs, described

112
versity, on resigning as provost
142 Finances of the state

347 574 380
Sermons at St.Peters, on becoming pastor 153 Fire Companies, funds distributed to

188
De Laney's Cave, described
22 Fish die in Conneaut Lake

16
Delaware co. storm in

127 Flour, examination of wheat, supposed to have
and Hudson coal trade
116 192 deleterious effects

211
Avenue, ordinance
477 Inspected at Philadelphia

256
meeting of owners of
Franklin, Dr. notices of

68
wharves on

48 71
opinion of Braddock

137
funds set apart for

71
County, severe frosts in

192
memo rial of owners of

and Susquehanna rail road meeting 219
wharves, plan for 116 273
Institute, quarterly report

218
report of committee, on 216

premiums awarded

353.
of Councils, on
264 Freshets, in Schuylkill

14 31
Delaware river, freshets

15
Delaware

15
survey of, asked for
416 Frosts, early

158 160 192 224
Deposits, public, documents in relation to removal Funeral of Rev.C.B. McGuire, at Pittsburg, long 69

from B. U. S. (see next vol.) 200 209 364
Depreciation of money, in 1781, exemplified by a Gas Lights, respecting

70 214 356 358
bill of that date

352
letter of Professor Hare, on

214
Dickinson College, officers elected under the

Geological, conjectures and notices

66
Methodists

32 Germantown, prices of wood, compared with Phi.
Dickinson College, address of Trustees on course

ladelphia

416
of studies, &c.

336 Girard's Legacy, Treasurer, asks for a committee
Dividends, declared

32 352
of accounts

8
Drawback Goods, how to trans-ship on, Ohio 254

Memorial of Hazal Thomas respecting
Dunnstown, riot at

157 160

title to lot, on Fifih, near Chesnut st. ib.
Duponceau, P. S. discourse on early history of

Referees to settle aff.irs vf, Bank, re.
Pennsylvania

225
solution

9
Address before Law academy 266

Superintendant of building Girard Col.
Address before the Penn society 312

lege, time fised for appointing, ib.
Dyottville Glass Works, described with plan of

College, corner stone laid

16 17
education

171
Biddle's address

17
E

building described

20
Eagle, bald killed in Bucks co.

103

Abstract of Executors account, filed,
Easton, Getter executed at

254
commissions, &c.

25
Economy, settlement, Count Leon and Rapp 200

Treasurer's act of receipts and payments 26
Education, Allegheny College

88

Property ri ceived from Executors ib.
report of Trustees on

Resolution to contest Escutors commis.
manual labor 273

sions, and obtain a certified copy of
Bristol Collegiale institution

91
accounts

27
Dickinson College, uniier the Methodists 32

Documents respecting a statue, to be
address of Trustees

made by N. Gevelot 27 47 48 214
on the course of

order drawn to pay for poor wood 29
studies

336

college, marble for, from Chester co. 31
La Fayette College, corner stone laid 97

truste s ask for $2500,

48 72
J. R. Ingersoll's address at ib

ordinance for Delaware avenue proposed 47
Annual report
190 197 320

Jacob Souder closen superintendent of
Jefferson College, constitution of Alum.

the college

47 48
ni association

286

letter from Jacob Alter respecting

72

Girard Legacy, division of interest in lands 48 Girard J.egacy,
report on

election of a Trustee of the, College in
Delaware avenue, com. of owners

place of J. Steel

356 358
of wharves appointed

48 71

Treasurer asks for appropriation for ex-
Quarterly report of Commissioners 71

penses on Girard lands

358
Delaware avenue,
funds set apart

ib Gold Region, may be found in Pennsylvania 65
College, stocks set apart for
71 Grand Jury, presentment of

25
mansion house in Water street to be

Green, Professor, examination of wheat bread,
given up

ib
having injurious effects

211
decision in favor of J. Roberts for house 71 Greensburg, Convention at, on improvement of
report of com.on lands on J. Alters petition 72 the Monongahela river

230
death of J. C. Stocker

114
Memorial to Congress

231
election of A D. Bache as trustee 122
memorial of owners, &c. of wharves to Hail storms

126 127 128
Council, proposing a plan for Dela. Hare, Professor R., letter against gas lights 214
ware avenue
116 Harrisburg, meteorological tables

45 46 172
letter from Paul Beck on ditto 121 278

Reform convention at

144 166
statement of the ac'ts of the executors 122

meeting at, on navigating Susquehan.
assessed value of the real estate in the

na River with steamboats

213
city and county
il Historical Society, Du Ponceau's address

225
report of committee of lands in Schuyl. Holmesburg, disease among cattle,

125
kill county

186 Hupkinson, Judge, charge in the case of Armstrong
resolution to have boundaries of do. fixed ib.

vs. ú. S. Commissions as navy agent 75
taxes and water rents to be paid by

address before the Law Academy 289
clerk, to City Treasurer
187 Horse racing, charge of Judge Darlington on

188
Mayor to draw on Treasurer of G. fund,
Horticultural Society's exhibition

144
for 30,000, to be appropriated to im. Huntingdon Co., sketches of

41 124
provement of city property.

ib.
early frost in

158
bill of J. B. Sewell, for superintending

I & J
printing certain accounts
ib. Indiana Co., sketches of early settlement

184
report of committee on city police ib. Indians, history of

39 141
Commissioners appointed to draft an or.

Red Pole; inscription on his headstone at
dinance on police

188
Pittsburg

63
intestate real estate, amicable suit re.

biographical sketch of him 164
specting, decision on
193 ) Indians, exploit of David Morgan

141
statement of B. Cooper, Treasurer of

Ingersoll, Joseph R., oration at Fayette College 97
the several funds belonging to the,

address to Henry Clay 351
estates

214 Ingraham, Edward D., address before Law Academy 324
building committee, au:horized to con Insurance companies of Philadelphia, list of, capi-
tract with M. N. Gevelot for a statue
tals, &c.

278
of S. Girard

214 Imprisonment for debts under $5.33, law to abolish 16
ordinance relative to the taxes on the
Interment, premature, narrow escape fioin

80
Girard estates
ib. Iron works, Franklin

68
report of committee on Delaware ave.

manufaclures of the state
nue, appropriation of $40,000, pro.

cast, foundry at Mauch Chunk, quick work at 320
posed

216 264 278 Jackson, President's reasons for removing deposites
resolutions to take legal measures foras-

from Bank U. S.

201
certaining rights of city to intestate,

Jefferson College, alumni association of, formed,
estate

216
constitution

286
ordinances for the management of the,

students in

192
estates
233 July 4th, trial for firing cannon on the

247
rules for the government of the, Board

L
of Commissioners
235 La Fayette College, corner stone laid

97
Messrs. Meredith and Price, resign as

annual reports

190 197 320
Trustees of,

249 250
Ingersoll's address

97
new Commissioners, of the, Trust, elect Lancaster Co., tornado in

32
ed by Councils

250

time of departure of martins from,
Do. of building committee of the Col-

for ten years

192
lege, elected

250
minerals found in

390
reference of a resolution for a draft by Land titles, history of, from the first settlement of
Mayor, of $10,000, on Treasurer, for

the state, land officers, decisions, &c. 297 305 326
city improvements on Schuylkill ib.

340 359
purchase of copies of will proposed 250 278

[See also next volume.]
committee of Girard's will appointed ib. Land offices, ancient practices and customs pre-
organization of new board of Commis.

vious to 1765

340
sioners of the Trusts and their offi.

of first purchasers or old rights 342
cers, agents and committees

250
of quit rents

ib.
report of the Treasurer of the trusts,

six per cent. allowance

343
Councils

263
townships

ib.
Delaware Avenue, committec of Coun-

head lands

ib.
cils on, appointed

264

manors
vault for body of S. Girard, to be made 278

regulations of settlement

344
Auditors of accounts elected

ib.

proclamation concerning seating of
ordinance for appropriating $40,000,

land by Wm. Penn

ib.
for city improvements

295
of surveys and surplus lands

ib.
John Steele, a trustee removes

334 Law cases and intelligence:
petition of Mary Magee, whose husband Shermer vs. Rusling et al, Judge Pettit's charge.
was killed at the, College
335 Trespass.

1

88

ib.

Law cases and intelligence:

Manual Labor, system

171 190 273
to abolish imprisonment for debts under $5.33 16 Manufactory, decision respecting abuse of an ap.
presentment of grand jury of mayor's court 24

prentice in a

144
Armstrong vs. U. S. Commissions of navyagents. Marble, of Chesler co

31
Judge Hopkinson's charge
75 Marietta, Roundiop Mountain described

13
opinion of Ellis Lewis, attorney general, on Sus. Martins, annual departure from Lancaster co. 1824
quehanna dam

109
to 1833

192
revised code. Report of commissioners 129 145 161 Mauch Chunk, rail road accident

143
decision of a case of abuse to apprentice of a cota

improvements

192 288
ton factory

144
omnibus at

192
bill relating to counties and townships

145
lo's for sale

217
bill on weights and measures

161
new meeting house

288
Baldwin vs. Col. and Philad, Rail Road. Case

various lises of the town house ib.
of trespass.
Ellis Lewis's opinion

176
boat of 100 tons

320
charge of Judge Darlington on horse racing 189

cast iron foundry, quick work at ib,
opinion of Chief Justice Gibson in the case of an Mechanics' and manufacturers' meeting at Wilkes.
amicable suit between the city and legalees of

barre, on excluding foreign articles 296
S. Girard respecting the intestate real estate 193

Union formed at Philadelphia

351
ordinance providing for the regulation of time Memorial of college of physicians vs. ardent spirits 7
keepers

214

respecting Chesapeake and Ohio Canal 159
ordinance relative to management of Will's Hos Mercer potatoe, how introduced

192
pital

220 Meteorological observations 14 15 31 32 45 64 87 96
discussion of the eligibility of a deputy sheriff as

111 127 160 170 172 219 256 288 303 352
high sheriff

232 Methodist trial,
Shermal 08. Rusling

1
ordinances for the management of the Girard es-

open Dickinson College

32
tales
233 Miffintown, eels taken at

192
queries proposed by Prison Society
236 Militia, Brig. Gen. Prevost elected

31
charge of Judge Addison to grand jury, 1794 241 Minerals found near Lancaster

390
trial for firing cannon on the 4th July, and opinion Mineral spring near Columbia

96
of Judge Shippen
247 Mineral spring, Fayette

112
Ellis Lewis appointed Judge of Ninth Judicial

Mint U.S,
the new, described

68
District

256
coinage of

ib.
Geo. M. Dallas, attorney general

ib.

American gold coined at, 1824 to 1833 69
address of Supreme Court to Gen. Washington

Mittimore, Ebenezer, invents new mode of lock.
in 1789

258
ing wheels

240
Academy, addresses before 266 289 322 337 Monongahela River, survey of

142
Report on a new system of police for Philadel'a 280

meeting for improving

230
opinion of attorney general on the right to bring

memorial to congress on

231
suits against agents of the state for wages, &c. 285

W. Howard's estimate of cost 248
Burr vs. Danville Bridge Co. Damages for use

Morgan, David, Indian exploit of

141
of patent

288

Muuntainous region of Pennsylvania described 83 103
history of the land titles of Pennsylvania from its

N
first settlement [See next vol.] 297 Newtown, free church, rules of

166
land offices and decisions
305 326 340 359 Norristown, storm at

64
opinion of J. R. Ingersoll and Geo. M. Wharton

Jarge mill at

192
on illegal commiiments by justices; and their Northampton co., sketch of

165
powers

334

O
criminal statistics of York co. from 1828 to 1833 366 Oats, remarkable

160
convictions in Berks co. court

368 Ohio and Pennsylvania Canal, union of, report to
references under act of 1705. Judge Pettit's

Warren Convention

365
charge

379

Oration, J. M. Scoti's 41h July, 9i. Law Academy 337
Legislature, list of members

270
J. R. Ingersoll's, at Easton

97
Lehigh coal trade

143

John Sergeant, on death of Charles Carroll 177
Leslie, Charles R., appointed teacher of drawing

Orr, Robert, Judge, death and biography of 207
at West Point

224
arrives, correspondence with Pascalis, Dr. F. A., Biography

123
artists

304 Paxton Boys,interesting description of scenes in
Lewis, Ellis, attorney general, opinion on great

Philadelphia

9
dam
108 Penitentiary, Western, report

242
do., case of Baldwin and Columbia Penn Wm. justification of

113
and Philalelphia Rail Road 176

celebration of landing, address by P.
opinion on right to bring suits against

$. Duponceau

312
agents of the state

264
proclamation of seating lands

344
Lewisburg, cross cut canal, celebration

313

letter from, to Friends in Penn'a, 1704 363
Libraries of Philadelphia, and number of volumes 87 Pennsylvania, sketches of 37, 41, 55, 65, 73, 83, 103
Library of Foreign Literature, report

346

124, 138, 165
Lime spreader, a new invented

287

state loans, list of foreign stockhold-
Lithotrity, performed by Dr. Rando'ph

88
ers and shares

41 58
Livermore, Alonzo, opinion as to French Creek

Huntingdon co. described 40 124
feeder

220
justification of Wm. Penn

113
Loans, state, names of foreign stockholders 41 88

Blairsville described

124
Logan, origin of the Indian name of

416
Susquehanna river described

138
Longevity, instances of

48 111

proceedings of Reform Convention
Lunatic asylum, annual report, rules, &c.

236
at Harrisburg

144
Luzerne co , snakes fed by a child in

143

Episcopal church in, list of cler.'
Lykens Valley, coal region described

155
M

resolution of Legislature respecting
Mad River an 1 Lake Erie Rail Road

270

Chesapeake and Ohio canal 160

57

gy, &c.

70

71
72

on

Pennsylvania, report on Revised Code 129 145 161 , Philadelphia, amount of collections for Cumber.
Northampton, sketches of part of 165

land sufferers

64
Indiana co. sketches of first settle.

mint described

68
ment of

184
report on argand lamps

70
Mercer potatoe, when introduced 192

do and resolution granting a
coal trade

224

piece of land to Penn T. and N.
Duponce:l's address on the early

L. rail road Co.
history of

225
agrecement

72
Ellis Lewis appointed judge

256
spring in a cellar of £. Stout

71
GM. Dallas attorney general

ib.

memorial to extend rail road down
legislature, list of members

270

market street
new county from Bucks, Chester

remonstrance against market house
and Lancaster, proposed

303
libraries of, and No. of vols.

87
history of the land titles and of.

improv ments in

87 160
fices. &c. from the first settlement

dimensions of tells and wane
of the country
297 305 326 340 359

Crist church steeple

112
practice and customs of the land of-

corner stune of commissioners' hall
fices previous to 1765

341
Moyamensing, laid

112
Governor Wolf's message

368

mail between Philadelphia and
revenue of the state

375
Pittsburg, in 1788

ib.
treasurer's report on finance

380

Board of Health complain of Logan
Penn'a Cana), tolls on 63 96 141 143 240 256

square, &c. as nuisance

116
Susquehanna dam, attorney gene-

petition of Sainuel Guss respecting
ral's opinion respecting

108

a lot entered by West Philadel.
tobacco from Kentucky passes

160
phia canal Co.

116
opinion of Alonzo Livinmore as to

Saving institution, report of

126
French creek feeder

220
arrivals of vessels at

143 256
price of carriage reduced by

240

St. Peter's church, bistorical sketch
comparison of prices, &c. now and

of

153
formerly

256

number of vessels from, with car.
and Ohio, report of commissioners

goes of coal

189 158
to legislature of Ohio

265

petition to extend rail road into
opinion of Ellis Lewis on right to

Market street

186
bring suits against agents of the

report of committee to visit lands of
state, for wages, &c.

285

E. Boudinot, 186, propose sale 186
tolls, tonnage, passengers, &c. at

Old Engine house at Fair Mount to
Pittsburg

316

be aliered for a place of public
commissioners' report

385 401
meeting

187 216
tables shewing the quantities of each

report of committee of improve.
article, and passsengers and toll

ments on Schuylkill

186
on the

407

ordijance for government of Wills'
Pettit, Judge, charge, case of trespass

1
Hospital, reported

186
do.
of references

379

persons to be appointed to examine
Philadelphia, Proceedings of Councils 8 25 47 69

and report on the condition of
113 185 213 249 263 279 295 334 356

Fair Mount dam, and measure
memorial on Rittenhouse square

8

quantity of water flowing over
report of watering committee on

it

187 214
iron pipes to be contracted for

petition from Baptist church for Ar.
and laid

8
gand lainps, city to find oil

188
memorial of Hazal Thomas respect-

funds distributed to Fire companies 188
ing lot on 5th street, held as Gi.

tow-steamboat arrives

189
rarcis

8
sales of real estate in

208
city police, respecting

9

ordinance respecting time keepers,
western market

9 28

list of observatory committee" 213
resolution of committee appointed

letter from Professor Hare against
to receive President U. S. 9, report 28

gas lights

214
Paxton Boys in, interesting letter

9

Indigent Widows' Society, applics
anti-tobacco meeting, proceedings of

13

for relief for alterations in Cherry
aurora borealis at

16 81
street, 215, report on

278
memorial of John Elliot, sewer

216

public dog-house complained of
Kensington district, application re-

Delaware Avenue, respecting

47 48 71
specting supply of water
27

116 216 264 278
memorial, respecting, regulator 27

elections, ward

229
report on application of F. Graff 28 47

do general

239 260
do.
of T. Mitchell ib.

249
ordinance to regulate Del 6th st. ib.

imports and exports of cotton

250

names of watering committee
application of Thos. Haven to build

John Swift, re-elected Mayor

250
wharf on Schuylkill for the use of
it, and report and resolution

28

account of the reception of General

Washington at, in 1789, decora-
report of purchase of wood by the
city, for the poor

29
tion of Gray's garden, addresses

251 257
sales of real estate

30 208
of public bodies

255

Board of Trade formed
meteorological observations 32 87 160 170

256
arrivals, clearances and tonnage
219 352 288

256
resolution respecting argand lamps 47

inspections of Aour and meal
ordinance for Delaware Avenue,

quantity of four by Schuylkill river 256

election of commissioners of Southw. 256

47
F. Graff allowed $4,000

47 48

addresses of the mayor, &c. and
Omnibuses

48

27

proposed

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