by Printed and sold by Andrew Bradford, printer to the province of Pennsylvania, at the Sign of the Bible in the Second Street in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2381.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. , 33-90|
|Number of Pages||90|
The charters and acts of Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania: Permanent link to this book Link to this page. Embed this book. Version. UTC About the version. About this Book/Tools Sidebar. Main Content (use access key 5 to view full text / OCR mode) Jump to Go. Containing the acts of Assembly of the said province, from the year to , now in force; [and An appendix] a collection of all the laws that have been formerly in force within this province, for regulating of descents and transferring the property of lands, but are since expired, altered, or repealed; form the establishment of the. Get this from a library! The acts of Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, carefully compared with the originals. And an appendix, containing such acts and parts of acts, relating to property, as are expired, altered, or repealed. Together with the royal, proprietary, city, and borough charters; and the original concessions of the Honourable William Penn to the first settlers of the province. Pennsylvania. Secretary of the Commonwealth: Acts of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania pertaining to borough and township assessors, tax collectors, treasures, and auditors. (Harrisburg, Pa., Harrisburg Publishing Co., state printer, ), also by Pennsylvania (page images at .
Free 2-day shipping. Buy A Collection of Charters and Other Publick Acts Relating to the Province of Pennsylvania, Viz. I. the Royal Charter to William Penn, Esq. II. the First Frame of Government, Granted in England, in at nd: Multiple Contributors. the acts of assembly of the province of pennsylvania, carefully compared with the originals. and an appendix, containing such acts, and parts of acts, relating to property, as are expired, altered or repealed. The acts of Assembly of the province of Pennsylvania, carefully compared with the originals: and an appendix, containing such acts and parts of acts, relating to property, as are expired, altered or repealed ; together with the royal, proprietary, city and borough charters ; and the original concessions of the Honourable William Penn to the first settlers of the province. Contents. Interesting Facts ; One of the original 13 colonies, Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn as a haven for his fellow Quakers. Pennsylvania’s capital, Philadelphia, was the site of.
Pennsylvania statutory law is recorded in printed versions of proceedings and acts of provincial assemblies, early act books, Pamphlet Laws containing private and public laws and resolutions and the Laws of Pennsylvania containing consolidated and unconsolidated enactments, appropriation acts, Governors' veto messages, joint resolutions and. The historical reliability of the Acts of the Apostles, the principal historical source for the Apostolic Age, is of interest for biblical scholars and historians of Early Christianity as part of the debate over the historicity of the Bible.. Archaeological inscriptions and other independent sources show that Acts contains some accurate details of 1st century society with regard to the titles. Author of A compilation of registration acts and election code, An Act to Incorporate the Philadelphia Insurance Company, Civil procedure rules of Pennsylvania, Judiciary & judicial procedure of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania related laws to insurance laws, Laws relating to second-class townships and duties of supervisors, also auditors and tax collectors, An Act for Making an Artificial Road from. The Province of Pennsylvania, also known as the Pennsylvania Colony, was founded in English North America by William Penn on March 4, as dictated in a royal charter granted by King Charles name Pennsylvania, which translates roughly as "Penn's Woods", was created by combining the Penn surname (in honor of William's father, Admiral Sir William Penn) with the Latin word sylvania Capital: Philadelphia.