Docstoc

1623

Document Sample
1623 Powered By Docstoc
					1792]         The statutes at Large of Penn~sy~vania.                    231

missioners have already proceeded to assess or levy a county
tax in the city of Philadelphia, or any county of this state, it
shall and may be lawful for the said commissioners to carry
on and complete the assessing, levying and collecting said tax,
as fully and perfectly as if a state tax had been laid in said
city or county within one year previous to such assessment,
anything in this or any former act to the contrary in anywise
notwithstanding.
   [Section IV.] (Section III, P. L.) And be it enacted by the
authority aforesaid, That no located unimproved lands shall
be advertised or put to sale, for the payment of taxes laid sub-
sequent to the passing of this act, before the thirty-first day
of December, in the year one thousand seven hundred and
ninety-three.
   [Section V.] (Section IV, P. L.) And be it further enacted
 by the authority aforesaid, That this act shall continue in
force until the thirty-first day of December, which shall be in
the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, and no
longer.
       Passed Apr11 3, 1792. Recorded L. B. No. 4, p. 316. Revised
     and conlinued by Act of April 8, 1794, Chapter 1729. See the sup-
     plement to this act passed! AprIl 8, 1794, Chapter 1729, and the
     Act of Assembly passed April 17, 1795, Chapter 1852.




                      OEIAPTER MDOXXIII.


AN ACT DECLARING LITTLE LEHIGH AND POCOPOCO OR BIG CREEK,
 IN NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, AND PENN’S CREEK, IN NORTHUMBER-
 LAND COUNTY, PUBLIC HIGHWAYS.

   [Section I.] (Section I, P. L.) Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Penn-
sylvania, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted
by the authority of the same, That from and after the passing
of this act, Little Lehigh, in Northampton county, shall be a
public highway, from the mouth thereof up to Adam Deshler’s
mill dam.
232                 The Statutes at Large of Pennsylvania.               [1792
         [Section II.] (Section II, p. L.) Andbe it further enacted
      by the authority aforesaid, That it shall and may be lawful
      to and for any person and persons, to make and keep open at
      his or their own expense, a passage in J~acobWeiss’ mill dam,
      across Pocopoco or Big creek, in Northampton county afore-
      said, sufficient for the passage of rafts and boats, provided that
      the said passage, so made and kept open, shall not injure
      the private rights of the said Jacob Weiss, his heirs or assigns;
      and the said Pocopoco creek, from the mouth to the falls
      thereof, shall be a public highway from and after the passing
      of this act, saving the rights ofthe said Jacob Weiss, as afore-
      said.                  I

         [Section III.] (Section III, p. L.) And be it further enacted
      by the authority aforesaid, That from and after the passing
      of this act, Penn’s creek, in the county of Northumberland,
      below the mouth of Sinking creek, not heretofore declared a
      public highway, shall hereafter be, and is hereby, declared to
      be a public highway, from the mouth there&f tG the mouth of
      Sinking creek.
             Passed April 3, 1792. Recorded L. B. No. 4, p. 317. Supplement
           passed March 6, 1793, Chapter 1661. See Aet of April 11, 1795,
           Chapter 1829.




                            CHAPTER MDOXXIV.


      AN ACT FOR THE SALE OF THE VACANT lANDS WITHIN THIS
                         COMMONWEALTa

        Whereas the most valuable lands within this commonwealth,
      included within the purchase made from the native Indians
      in the year one thousand seven hundred and sixty-eight, have
      been taken up, located and appropriated for the use of divers
      purchasers, at prices heretofore established by law, and those
      which remain unsold and unsettled, being inferior in quality
      and situation, cannot be sold at the same prices; and whereas
      the prices fixed by law for other lands belonging to the com~

				
Fighting Yank Fighting Yank
About These documents were primarily taken from government websites as part of a personal project to archive political and governmental documents on Docstoc. Please email gov.archive.project@gmail.com for prompt removal if you discover a copyrighted document. Thank you!