Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB
[graphic]

LIST_CONTINUED.

formed congregation of Frankford, in the
township of Oxford, and county of Philadel-
phia,

Sept. 29, 1787
Act to incorporate the Presbyterian congre-
gation in the town of Pittsburg, and the vicini-
ty thereof,

do.
Act to incorporate the society for propaga-
ting the gospel among the heathen, formed by
members of the Episcopal church of the United
Brethren, or unitus fratrum,

Feb. 27, 1788.
Act to corporate the first Presbyterian con- Feb. 27, 1788.
gregation of the Big Spring, in Newtown town. Revived per act
ship, in Cumberland county,

24th March, 1817.
Act to incorporate and endow an academy or
public school in the borough of Reading, in the
county of Berks,

March 10, 1788.
Act to incorporate the members of the reli-
gious society of Roman Catholics, belonging
to the congregation of St. Mary's church, in
the city of Philadelphia,

Sept. 13, 1788. Act to incorporate the Presbyterian church

[blocks in formation]

of Middle Octorara, in Bart township, in
the county of Lancaster,

Sept. 20, 1788.
Act to incorporate the Episcopal congres
gation of St. James, at Perkiomen, in the
township of New Providence and county
of Montgomery,

October 3, 1788.
Act to incorporate the members of the
religious society of German Roman Catho-
lics, of the church called the Holy Trinity,
in the city of Philadelphia,

October 4, 1788.
Act to incorporate the Presbyterian con-
gregation of Tredyffrin township, in the
county of Chester,

Nov. 22, 1788.
Act to incorporate the city of Philadel-
phia,

March 11, 1789.
Act to incorporate the college of physi-
cians of Philadelphia,

March 26, 1789.
Act to incorporate the Newtown library
company in Bucks county,

March 27, 1789.
Act erecting the town of Easton, in the
county of Northampton, into a borough, Sept. 23, 1789.

Act incorporating the society formed for
the relief of distressed and decayed pilots,
their widows and children,

Sept. 29, 1789.
Act for incorporating the German Lu-
theran congregation worshipping at the
church called St. Peters, in Pikeland town-
ship, in the county of Chester,

Sept. 20, 1789.

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]
[ocr errors]
[blocks in formation]

Act for incorporating the German Luthe-
van congregation worshipping at the church
called Zion, in Pikeland township in the
*county of Chester,

Sept. 30, 1789.
Act to incorporate the Pennsylvania society
for promoting the abolition of slavery, and for
i-the relief of free negroes unlawfully held in
"bondage, and for improving the condition of
the African race,

Dec. 8, 1789.
Act for incorporating the Methodist Epis-
copal church, known by the name of St.
George's church, in the city of Philadelphia, do.

Act for founding and endowing a public
school in the town and county of Hunting-
don,

Feb. 19, 1700.
Act to incorporate the Carpenters' compa-
ny of Philadelphia,

April 2, 1790.
Act to enable the Governor of this Com.
monwealth to incorporate a company for
opening a canal and lock navigation be-
tween the rivers Schuylkill and Susquehan-
eta, by the waters of the Tulpehocken, Qui-

500

do.
Not to exceed
2,000 bushels
wheat or value Huntingdon.
thereof.

£1,000 Philadelphia.

Philadelphia.

tapehills and Swatara, in the counties of Berks and Dauphin

Sept. 29, 1791. 8400,000
Act to enable the Governor of this Common-
wealth to incorporate a company for making an
artificial road from the city of Philadelphia to
the borough of Lancaster,

April 9, 1792. 300,000
Act to enable the Governor of this Com-
monwealth to incorporate a company for
opening & canal and water communication
between the rivers Delaware and Schuyl-
kill, and for other purposes therein men-
tioned,

April 10, 1792. 400,000
Act to enable the Governor of this Com-
monwealth to incorporate a company for the
purpose of promoting the cultivation of the
vine, and for other purposes mentioned, March 22, 1793. 20,000

Act to incorporate the subscribers to the
bank of Pennsylvania,

March 30, 1793. 3,000,000
Act to incorporate the Conewago canal com-
pany,

April 10, 1793. 1,000,000
Act to enable the Governor of this Common-
wealth to incorporate a company for opening a
canal and lock navigation on the waters of
Brandywine creek.

April 10, 1793. 300,000
Act to authorize the Governor of this Com-
monwealth to incorporate a company for
building a bridge over the river Susquehan-
na, at or near the Blue Rock, about four

Philadelphia.

[graphic]
[graphic][merged small][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed][subsumed]
« AnteriorContinuar »