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Controversy between him and the assembly concerning the bill
37
The remainder of that representation
43
A copy of it demanded by the governor and refused by the assembly
50
The governor refers to the charter of privileges as the only rule of
54
Artful conduct of governor Keith
60
The proprietary of Pennsylvania too inconsierable here at home to
67
Mr Penns trustees averse to the said issue till a provision was made
73
The assembly grants money in aid of the expedition against Cartha
78
An act for striking and issuing the sum of 400001 for the kings use
83
Rejected by the governor for being unseas easonably timed
84
The assemblys message sent to the governor together with the cur
91
The governors message of adherence thereto
97
Their reply to the proprietarys answer to the representation on
110
The assembly prudently avail themselves of the cautions in lord Hol
116
The assemblys answer
119
The assembly adjourn to May 6 and are assembled by the governor
123
And message to the governor before their adjournment
131
Governor Morriss arrival at Philadelphia and first speech to a
136
other governors of the northern colonies
142
The governors reply declining the bill as before because the supply
150
Their unanimous resolutions concerning the proprietary instructions
156
A brief of the governors surrejoinder
158
Some general remarks
167
The governor reprimands them for having published sir Thomas
173
A provision demanded for the expence of an Indian treaty
179
The assemblys spirited answer to his captious message
184
They send up a bill for regulating the Indian trade
250
A petition of certain of the people called quakers for peaceable mea
257
The governors invective against their whole conduct
265
Another remonstrance from the mayor of Philadelphia and his posse
267
Parley between the speaker and twentynine petitioners or rather pre
273
They adjourn and two months after are reassembled by special sum
280
The assembly remind the governor of the Indian tradebill
286
The return made by the governor
289
A moneybill ordered but postponed on the receipt of intelligence
295
Thcir message concerning the excise and Indian trade bills and
301
A bill to permit the exportation of provisions for the kings service
304
The governors answer
308
The governors reply
314
The instruction itself
322
A message to the governor
324
A conference on the said bill
330
Resolutions of the assembly after a protest against the instructions
331
An appendix containing sundry original papers relative to the several
337
guments to shew the unreasonableness of taxing the proprietary
358
The assemblys answer
360
The new assembly after a session of four days suffered to adjourn
385
relating to the rights of the commons over moneybills and in support
393
relating to moneybills clearly demonstrating that though the proprie
401
Pennsylvania upwards of twenty years ago with remarks thereon
412
against the inhabitants of Pennsylvania by the proprietaries and their
422
taining among other things his opinion of the proprietaryright
430

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