Colonial Records Volume 15

Colonial Records Volume 15

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1853 edition. Excerpt: ...and the porter seized on board of her. The following orders were drawn upon the Treasurer, vizt: In favor of the Honorable George Woods, Esquire, for thirtyKren pounds fifteen shillings, in full for his attendance in Council trom the first of November last until this day, inelusively, and his mileage. In favor of the widow of Captain Walker Denny, late of the I umberland county militia, deceased, for two hundred and twentyhe pounds, out of the money arising from militia fines in said county, being due for her pension, according to an order of Orphans Court dated the twentieth of February, 1787, and an act of Assembly passed on the twentieth day of March, 1780. The Houorablo the Vice President attended the Board of Property. The Council met. Philadelphia, Friday, December 7th, 1787. PRESENT: The. Honorable PETER MUHLENBERG, Esquire, Vice President. Samuel Edie, George Ross, Abraham Smith, James Read, George Woods, Christian Kujher, Esquires. John Cannon. Samuel Dean, Frederick Watt, Henry Hill, J On motion, Ordered, That the Attorney General, the Comptroller General, the Naval Offieer, and Mesrs. John Clifford, Richard Wells, and Benjamin G. Eyres, be requested to attend Council to-morrow at ten oelock. An order wa3 drawn upon the Treasurer in favor of Solonawii Adams, for twenty-five pounds ten shillings, in full of his account for thirty four days' service in laying out. the road from Frankstown, in Bedford county, to the Loyal Hannan, in Westmoreland county, under orders from Council dated April the sixth last, and agreeably to the Comptroller General'6 report. The petition of Thomas Reynolds, and Richard Skinner, convicted of larceny in the county of Philadelphia, and sentenced ta hard labour under the late penal law, praying a more

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