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An examination of the Constitution for the United States of America : submitted to the people by the general convention, at Philadelphia, the 17th day of September, 1787, and since adopted and ratified by the conventions of eleven states, chosen for the purpose of considering it, being all that have yet decided on the subject

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Author
Coxe, Tench,
Date of Publication
MDCCLXXXVIII [1788]
Call Number
Yeates Book 459 1788
Author
Coxe, Tench,
Place of Publication
Philadelphia
Publisher
Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junr. ...,
Date of Publication
MDCCLXXXVIII [1788]
Physical Description
33, [3] p. ; 22 cm, bound to 25 cm (8vo)
Notes
Attributed to Tench Coxe by Evans.
Signatures: [A]⁴ B-D⁴ [E]² (last leaf blank).
Jasper Yeates's Colonial Law Library.
Yeates's signaturea at top of title page.
Book number 459 as assigned by Yeates.
Bound with An address, etc. recommendations to the states, by the United States in Congress assembled. Philadelphia: Printed by David C. Claypoole, 1783; Proceedings in the House of Representatives of the United States of America respecting the contested election for the eastern district of Georgia. : Philadelphia, printed by Parry Hall...1792 -- A calm appeal to the people of the State of Delaware. ... Philadelphia: Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junr... date not specified -- An enquiry into the principles and tendency of certain public measures. Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Dobson... 1784; -- A vindication of Mr. Randophs's resignation. Philadelphia: printed by Samuel Smith...1795 -- The pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the presidency examined; and the charges against John Adams refuted...United States, October 1796 -- Observations on the speech of Albert Gallatin, in the House of Representatives of the United States, on the foreign intercourse bill. Washington: Printed by John Colerick, 1798 -- The speech of Mr. Bayard on the foreign intecourse bill delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States on the third day of March 1798. -- The address of the minority in the Virginia Legislature to the people of that state; containing a vindication of the constitutionality of the alien and sedition laws Printer not specified, date not specified -- Letter from the Secfretary of State enclosing the reports of the late and present director of the mint....Philadelphia: Printed by Francis and Robert Bailey...1795 -- Analysis of the report of the committee of the Virginia Assembly, on the preceedings of sundry of the other States in answer to their resolutions. Philadelphia, printed by Zachariah Poulson, junior, 1800 -- Proceedings of the Virginia Assembly, on the answers of sundry states to their resolutions, passed in December, 1798. Philadelphia, printed by James Carey, 1800.
Evans
ESTC
Subjects
United States.
Politics and government
United States - Politics and government - 1783-1789.
Three-quarters leather on marbled boards.
Additional Author
Wilson, James,
Yeates, Jasper,
Location
Lancaster History Library - Yeates Collection
Call Number
Yeates Book 459 1788
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An introductory lecture to a course of law lectures

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Author
Wilson, James,
Date of Publication
1791.
Call Number
Book 662 1791a
Author
Wilson, James,
Place of Publication
Philadelphia
Publisher
From the press of T. Dobson,
Date of Publication
1791.
Physical Description
96 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
Notes
Signatures: pi² A-L⁴ M².
Jasper Yeates's Colonial Law Library.
Book number 662 as assigned by Yeates.
Bound with Collectanea Juridica. consisting of tracts relative to the law and constitution of England London: E. and R. Brooke, 1791.
Evans
Subjects
Law - United States - Early works to 1800.
Law.
Law
United States.
Early works.
Full blind-tooled leather (Binding)
Gilt title on maroon spine label (Binding)
Additional Author
Yeates, Jasper,
Location
Lancaster History Library - Yeates Collection
Call Number
Book 662 1791a
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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1828 #496
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Briley, Leonard
Dellum, Hannah
Dellum, James
Dellum, Nancy
Dellum, William
Dickson, Margaret
Dickson, Mary
Gilmore, Nancy
Gooden, William
Harden, Elizabeth
Henderson, Sarah
King, David
Mayberry, Emanuel
Miller, Elizabeth
Miller, Margret
Jackson, Elizabeth
Randall, James
Randall, John
Richards, James
Smiley, John
Smile, Nancy
Snively, Mary
Stoaks, Peter
Suel, Trustey
Wheeler, Mary
White, Elizabeth
Wilson, James
Wilson, Samue
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Poor children
Teacher
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic tabard.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1828 #496
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
009
Box Number
009
Notes
Entered into Q & A 1994/06/09.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Briley, Leonard
Dellum, Hannah
Dellum, James
Dellum, Nancy
Dellum, William
Dickson, Margaret
Dickson, Mary
Gilmore, Nancy
Gooden, William
Harden, Elizabeth
Henderson, Sarah
King, David
Mayberry, Emanuel
Miller, Elizabeth
Miller, Margret
Jackson, Elizabeth
Randall, James
Randall, John
Richards, James. Teacher.
Smiley, John
Smile, Nancy
Snively, Mary
Stoaks, Peter
Suel, Trustey
Wheeler, Mary
White, Elizabeth
Wilson, James
Wilson, Samuel
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Quarter Sessions
Object ID
OCT 1802 F002 QS
Description Level
Item
Collection
Quarter Sessions
System of Arrangement
Organized by Court of Quarter Sessions term.
Arranged by case number within each term.
Year
1802
People
Willson, James
Wilson, James
Duval, James
Dural, James
Gundacker, Michael
Crosby, James
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Quarter Sessions
Recognizance
Charge: counterfeiting
Examinations
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
OCT 1802 F002 QS
Classification
RG 02-00 0908
Location
Archives
Additional Notes
Or James Wilson.
Examination of James Duval or James Dural.
Recognizance, charged with counterfeiting.
Examination.
Examination of James Crosby.
Additional name: Michael Gundacker.
4 items, 4 pieces
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at Reference Desk; photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1828 #593
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Albright, Caroline
Albright, George
Albright, John
Alton, Henry
Alton, Jacob Broom M.
Alton, Mary
Arms, Henry
Arms, Jacob Cutter S.
Arms, John
Arms, Samuel
Beaver, Elizabeth
Beaver, Frederick
Beaver, George
Beaver, John
Bennet, Abraham
Bennet, James
Bennet, John
Bogle, George
Bothhoff, Elizabeth
Bothoff, Amos
Bothoff, Henry
Bothoff, John
Boyers, George
Boyers, Hariett
Boyers, James
Boyers, Jesse
Brooks, Catty
Brooks, Jane
Brooks, Mathias
Brooks, Susan
Brown, Frederick
Brown, John
Brown, John G.
Brown, Rebecca
Brown, Westly
Butcher, John
Butcher, Maryann
Clinton, Joseph
Clouse, Emely
Clouse, George
Clouse, Mary
Clouse, _____ Mrs.
Cohick, Daniel
Cohick, Susan
Cohick, _____ Mrs.
Conklin, John
Conklin, Joseph
Conklin, Nicholas
Conklin, Samuel
Conklin, Susanna
Creamer, Christian
Creamer, Henry
Creamer, Jacob
Curry, Lorenzo
Curry, Martin
Curry, Rebecca
Davis, Henry
Davis, Nathaniel
Delham, Charles
Delham, Hannah
Delham, James
Delham, Michael
Delham, Nancy
Detwiler, Christian
Detwiler, Eliza
Detwiler, Joseph
Dickey, Wiliam
Duck, Elizabeth
Duck, Fanny
Duck, George
Duck, Soloman
Eberly, George
Elexander, Elizabeth
Elexander, Soney
Elexander, William
Engle, Hiram
Engle, Mary
Engle, Moses
Engle, Susan
Fight, Ann
Fight, Emanuel
Fight, John
Fight, Lewis
Findley, Urias
Findley, _____ Mrs.
Fisher, George
Fisher, _____ Mrs.
Gallecher, Daniel
Gallecher, Henry
Gallecher, John
Gallecher, Mary
Gooden, William
Gooden, _____ Mrs.
Green, Casa
Green, James
Green, Sarah
Green, Walter
Greesinger, Nancy
Greesinger, Stephan
Harden, Elizabeth
Harden, _____ Mrs.
Harris, John
Harris, Stephan
Harris, Susan
Hauntch, Margaret
Hauntch, William
Hauss, Christian
Hauss, Jacob
Hauss, _____ Mrs.
Hollingsworth, George
Hollingsworth, James
Houston, Samuel
Houston, _____ Mrs.
Howard, Angeline
Howard, _____ Mrs.
Hughes, Harriet
Hughes, James
Hughes, Josiah
Hummel, Catharine
Hummel, Elizabeth
Hummel, _____ Mrs.
Hutton, Enos
Hutton, Lideann
Hutton, _____ Mrs.
Isenberger, Abraham
Isenberger, Christian
Isenberger, Henry
Jackson, Elizabeth
Kame, Catherine
Kame, _____ Mrs.
Keller, Amos
Keller, Iva
Keller, Leonard
Keller, Michael
Leibhart, Eliza
Leibhart, Martha
Leibhart, _____ Mrs.
Leoney, Benjamin
Leoney, James
Lewis, Joseph
Lewis, Sarah
Lightiser, Jacob
Lightiser, John
Lightiser, Wayne
Lockard, Charles
Lockard, Hannah
Lockard, Samuel
Lockard, Sophia
Lockard, _____ Mrs.
Mason, Ann
Mason, Isaac
Mason, William
Maxton, Ann
Maxton, George
Maxton, Samuel
Maxton, _____ Mrs.
May, Elizabeth
May, Margaret
May, Peter
McCannon, William
McCardle, _____ Mrs.
McCartney, Joseph
McCartney, _____ Mrs.
McDrum, John
McFadden, Hetty
McFadden, Robert
Mellinger, John
Mellinger, Nancy
Mellinger, Susan
Miller, Ann
Miller, Edward
Miller, Elizabeth
Miller, Eve
Miller, James
Miller, Margaret
Miller, Martha Jane
Miller, Maryann
Miller, Philip
Miller, Polly
Moon, Ann
Moon, Catty
Moon, Samuel
Moon, _____ Mrs.
Onetto, Henry
Onetto, Joseph
Pearson, Mary Jane
Pearson, William
Poor, Elizabeth
Poor, Mary
Poor, Samuel
Randall, Benjamin
Randall, James
Randall, John
Road, Fanny
Road, John
Robinson, Barbery
Robinson, _____ Mrs.
Roth, _____ Mrs.
Sanders, Catherine
Sanders, Hugh
Sanders, Sally
Seckel, Decorine
Seckel, Jacob A.
Seckel, Lewis
Shrader, Catherine
Shrader, Fredrick
Shrader, John
Snively, Mary
Snyder, Henry
Stillenger, _____ Mrs.
Stillinger, Nancy
Stokes, Daniel
Stokes, Peter
Strawbrdge, George
Strawbridge, _____ Mrs.
Tarbed, David
Tarbed, John
Taylor, Charles
Taylor, Hannah
Thomas, Elizabeth
Thomas, Hetty
Trainer, Ann
Trainer, Patrick
Trainer, Rosana
Wade, Elizabeth
Wade, James
Walsh, David
Walsh, Henry
Walsh, Maryann
Watts, Westley
Watts, William
Way, George
Way, John
Way, _____ Mrs.
Welsh, Mary
Welsh, Thomas
Welsh, William
Welsh, _____ Mrs.
Wheelen, Jarret
Wheelen, Mary
Wilson, Elizabeth
Wilson, James
Wilson, Rebecca
Witty, Walton
Wolf, Charles
Wolf, Henry
Wolf, Mary
Wolf, Napoleon
Wolf, _____ Mrs.
Wright, Aniliza
Wright, _____ Mrs.
Xanders, Elizabeth
Xanders, Mary
Xanders, _____ Mrs.
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
West Hempfield Twp.
Poor children
African-American
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
West Hempfield Twp.
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1828 #593
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
009
Box Number
009
Notes
Entered into Q&A 1994/06/30.
Additional Notes
List of poor children from the township's tax lists.
Alton, Jacob Broom M. Father of Alton, Henry, age 8; Alton, Mary, age 10.
Albright, George. Father of Albright, Caroline, age 7; Albright, John, age 11.
Arms, Jacob Cutter S. Father of Arms, John, age 6; Arms, Henry, age 10; Arms, Samuel, age 8.
Bennet, Abraham. Father of Bennet, James, age 9; Bennet, John, age 7.
Boyers, Jesse. Father of Boyers, George, age 11; Boyers, Hariett, age 5; Boyers, James, age 7.
Butcher, John. Father of Butcher, Maryann, age 6.
Brown, John. Father of Brown, Frederick, age 11; Brown, John G., age 9; Brown, Rebecca, age 7; Brown, Westly, age 5.
Brooks, Mathias. Father of Brooks, Catty, age 7; Brooks, Jane, age 9; Brooks, Mathias, age 11; Brooks, Susan, age 10.
Bothoff, Henry. Father of Bothoff, Amos, age 8; Bothoff, John, age 10. [Possible third child: Bothhoff, Elizabeth.]
Bogle, George. Father of Bogle, George, age 11.
Beaver, John. Father of Beaver, George, age 10; Beaver, Elizabeth, age 8; Beaver, Fredrick, age 7. John Beaver has money at interest in the hands of her brother John McDrum.
Clouse, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Clouse, Emely, age 8; Clouse, George, age 11; Clouse, Mary, age 6.
Clinton, Joseph. Father of Clinton, Joseph, age 6.
Curry, Martin. Father of Curry, Lorenzo, age 5; Curry, Rebecca, age 7.
Conklin, Nicholas. Father of Conklin, John, age 7; Conklin, Samuel, age 8; Conklin, Susanna, age 5.
Conklin, Joseph. Father of Conklin, John, age 6.
Creamer, Christian. Father of Creamer, Henry, age 9; Creamer, Jacob, age 8.
Cohick, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Cohick, Daniel, age 5; Cohick, Susan, age 10.
Duck, George. Father of Duck, Elizabeth, age 10; Duck, Fanny, age 8; Duck, Soloman, age 9.
Detwiler, Christian. Father of Detwiler, Eliza, age 7; Detwiler, Joseph, age 5.
Dickey, Wiliam. Orphan. Age 11.
Engle, Moses. Father of Engle, Hiram, age 8; Engle, Mary, age 9; Engle, Susan, age 11.
Eberly, George. Orphan. Age 7.
Fight, Ann. Widow. Mother of Fight, Emanuel , age 8; Fight, John, age 5; Fight, Lewis, age 11.
Findley, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Findley, Urias, age 8.
Fisher, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Fisher, George, age 11.
Gallecher, Daniel. Father of Gallecher, Henry, age 7; Gallecher, John, age 10; Gallecher, Mary, age 9.
Greesinger, Stephan. Father of Greesinger, Nancy, age 10.
Hauss, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Hauss, Christian, age 8; Hauss, Jacob, age 6.
Hughes, James. Father of Hughes, Harriet, age 5; Hughes, James, age 8; Hughes, Josiah, age 10.
Hummel, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Hummel, Catharine, age 9; Hummel, Elizabeth, age 6.
Hutton, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Hutton, Enos, age 7; Hutton, Lideann, age 5.
Hauntch, William. Father of Hauntch, Margaret, age 6; Hauntch, William, age 5.
Howard, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Howard, Angeline, age 7.
Houston, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Houston, Samuel, age 6.
Isenberger, Abraham. Father of Isenberger, Christian, age 10; Isenberger, Henry, age 7.
Kame, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Kame, Catherine, age 11.
Keller, Michael. Father of Keller, Amos, age 6; Keller, Iva, age 9; Keller, Leonard, age 4.
Lockard, _____ Mrs., Widow. Mother of Lockard, Charles, age 7; Lockard, Hannah, age 5; Lockard, Samuel, age 9; Lockard, Sophia, age 10.
Leibhart, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Leibhart, Eliza, age 9; Leibhart, Martha, age 7.
Lightiser, Jacob. Father of Lightiser, John, age 7; Lightiser, Wayne, age 11.
Lewis, Joseph. Father of Lewis, Joseph, age 11; Lewis, Sarah, age 5.
Mellinger, John. Father of Mellinger, Nancy, age 7; Mellinger, Susan, age 10.
Maxton, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Maxton, Ann, age 8; Maxton, George, age 10; Maxton, Samuel, age 7.
McCardle, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of McCardle, age 7.
Moon, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Moon, Ann, age 8; Moon, Catty, age 10; Moon, Samuel, age 7.
McCartney, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of McCartney, Joseph, age 7.
McCannon, William. Orphan. Age 5.
Miller, James. Father of Miller, Martha Jane, age 5; Miller, Maryann, age 7.
Mason, Isaac. Father of Mason, Ann, age 10; Mason, William, age 6.
McFadden, Robert. Father of McFadden, Hetty, age 10.
Miller, Philip. Father of Miller, Ann, age 11; Miller, Eve, age 7; Miller, Polly, age 9.
May, Peter. Poor man. Father of May, Elizabeth, age 6; May, Margaret, age 7.
Onetto, Joseph. Father of Onetto, Henry, age 5.
Pearson, Mary Jane, age 8; Pearson, William, age 10.
Poor, Samuel. Father of Poor, Elizabeth, age 9; Poor, Mary, age 11.
Robinson, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Robinson, Barbery, age 9.
Road, John. Father of Road, Fanny, age 8.
Snyder, Henry. Father of Snyder, Henry, age 9.
Shrader, John. Father of Shrader, Catherine, age 10; Shrader, Fredrick, age 7.
Stillenger, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Stillinger, Nancy, age 8.
Strawbridge, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Strawbrdge, George, age 6.
Sanders, Hugh. Father of Sanders, Catherine, age 11; Sanders, Sally, age 10.
Seckel, Jacob A. Father of Seckel, Lewis, age 9; Seckel, Decorine, age 6.
Smith, Henry. Son of a poor widow. Age 8.
Trainer, Patrick. Father of Trainer, Ann, age 8; Trainer, Rosana, age 11.
Tarbed, David. Father of Tarbed, David. age 10; Tarbed, John, age 8.
Taylor, Charles. Father of Taylor, Hannah, age 7.
Wade, James. Father of Wade, Elizabeth, age 6.
Roth, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Watts, Westley, age 7; Walsh, Henry. Father of Walsh, David, age 5; Walsh, Maryann, age 11.
Watts, William, age 11.
Wright, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Wright, Aniliza, age 6.
Wolf, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Wolf, Charles, age 6; Wolf, Henry,age 10; Wolf, Mary, age 11; Wolf, Napoleon, age 5.
Welsh, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Welsh, Mary, age 7; Welsh, Thomas, age 5; Welsh, William, age 9.
Way, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Way, George, age 8; Way, John, age 10.
Witty, Walton. Orphan. Age 7.
Xanders, _____ Mrs. Widow. Mother of Xanders, Elizabeth, age 11; Xanders, Mary, age 9.
Delham, Michael. African American. Father of Delham, James, age 8.
Davis, Henry. African American. Father of Davis, Nathaniel, age 6.
Delham, Charles. African American. Father of Delham, Hannah, age 6; Delham, Nancy, age 10.
Gooden, _____ Mrs. Widow. African American. Mother of Gooden, William, age 9.
Green, Walter. African American. Father of Green, Sarah, age 8; Green, Walter, age 6.
Green, James. African American. Father of Green, Casa, age 6.
Hollingsworth, James. African American. Father of Hollingsworth, George, age 8.
Harden, _____ Mrs. Widow. African American. Mother of Harden, Elizabeth, age 8.
Harris, John. African American. Father of Harris, Stephan, age 5; Harris, Susan, age 7.
Jackson, Elizabeth. African American. Age 10. Daughter of a widow.
Leoney, Benjamin. African American. Father of Leoney, James, age 7.
Miller, Edward. African American. Father of Miller, Elizabeth, age 6; Miller, Margaret, age 8.
Randall, Benjamin. African American. Father of Randall, James, age 10; Randall, John, age 7.
Snively, Mary. African American. Age 6. Daughter of a widow.
Stokes, Daniel. African American. Father of Stokes, Peter, age 8.
Thomas, Elizabeth. African American. Age 9; Thomas, Hetty, age 7. Children of a widow.
Wilson, James. African American. Age 6. Son of a widow.
Wilson, Elizabeth. African American. Age 6; Wilson, Rebecca, age 5. Daughters of a widow.
Elexander, Soney. African American. Father of Elexander, Elizabeth, age 8; Elexander, William, age 9.
Wheelen, Jarret. African American. Father of Wheelen, Mary, age 9.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1829 #044
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Briley, Leonard
Dellum, Hanah
Dellum, James
Dellum, Nancy
Dellum, William
Dickson, Margret
Dickson, Mary
Gilmore, Nancy
Gooden, William
Harden, Elizabeth
Henderson, Sarah
King, David
Mayberry, Emanuel
Miller, Elizabeth
Miller, Margret
Jackson, Elizabeth
Randall, James
Randall, John
Richards, James
Smiley, John
Smiley, Nancy
Sniveley, Mary
Stoakes, Peter
Suel, Trustey
Wheeler, Mary
White, Elizabeth
Wilson, James
Wilson, Samuel
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Poor children
Teacher
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1829 #044
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
009
Box Number
009
Notes
Entered into Q&A 1993/02/18.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Briley, Leonard.
Dellum, Hanah.
Dellum, James.
Dellum, Nancy.
Dellum, William.
Dickson, Margret.
Dickson, Mary.
Gilmore, Nancy.
Gooden, William.
Harden, Elizabeth.
Henderson, Sarah.
King, David.
Mayberry, Emanuel.
Miller, Elizabeth.
Miller, Margret.
Jackson, Elizabeth.
Randall, James.
Randall, John.
Richards, James. Teacher.
Smiley, John.
Smiley, Nancy.
Sniveley, Mary.
Stoakes, Peter.
Suel, Trustey.
Wheeler, Mary.
White, Elizabeth.
Wilson, James.
Wilson, Samuel.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
Less detail
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1823 #243
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Year
1823
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Alexander, Clarisa
Baker, Mary Ann
Basset, Thomas
Beedle, Benjamin
Boyd, Robert
Brandt, Nicholas
Brannon, Thomas
Brooks, John
Burns, Henry
Carry, Robert
Chambry, David
Cloyd, John
Cole, Christian
Cooper, Ann
Cowhick, John
Crawford, David
Cromwel, Jeremiah
Culey, Elizabeth
Curren, James
Dable, Joseph
Dabler, Joseph
Debutts, Hugh
Delham, Joseph
Dellem, Joseph
Derrick, Mary
Dix, Joseph
Doublemn, Joseph
East, Polly
Finkenauer, George
Finkenaur, George
Foust, Jacob
Gealbaugh, John
George, John
Green, Joseph
Gromwell, James
Haley, George
Hamilton, Ann
Harkens, Maria
Harkins, Charles
Heinitsh, August
Heitwald, John
Helman, Jacob
Hoke, Jonathan
Hook, Michael
Hubert, Jacob
Hyde, Nicholas
Jack, John
Jackson, Sally
Johnson, Bob
Johnson, Robert
Johnson, Sarah
King, John W.
Kriner, John
Lacky, Catherine
Lamb, James
Landabaugh, John
Launius, William
Layland, William
Leesholts, Jon
Lemon, Alexander
Lenely, Margaret
Leonard, Jacob
Lewis, Hannah
Lick, Peggy
Lick, Rebecca
Lukeworn, Charles
Lurdy, M.
Lynch, Elnor
Lynch, Hannah
Lynch, William
Malson, Ephraim
Malson, Jacob
Manison, Nancy
Manly, William
Maxwell, George
McCuley, Elizabeth
McDonel, Hugh
McKeal, Sophia
McLurdy, _____
Milfors, John
Miller, Andrew
Morris, Abraham
Morris, Elizabeth
Morrison, John
Myers, John
Nicholas, Parma
Patrick, John
Pence, George
Peris, Bernard
Potts, Maria
Reed, Patrick
Remely, Frederick
Rhine, David
Riley, George
Rock, William
Rodgers, James
Rupp, Fanny
Shaeffer, Elizabeth
Smith, James
Soyer, WIlliam
Stahly, Stephan
Star, Joseph
Steffe, Jonathan
Steward, Benjamin
Sweitser, Conrad
Taggert, James
Thompson, Catherine
Uedug, Phillip
Walken, James
Wallace, James
Weeler, Susan
White, William
Williams, Thomas
Wilson, James
Young, Frederick
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
Prisons
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Lancaster
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1823 #243
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
003
Box Number
003
Notes
Never entered into Q&A.
Additional Notes
Prison.
Payment for key fees and maintenance of prisoners 1 April 1823 to 1 July 1823.
Heinitsh, August. Jailer. [written "Goeler"]
Pence, George.
Cromwel, Jeremiah.
Cowhick, John.
Lemon, Alexander.
Steward, Benjamin.
Young, Frederick.
Burns, Henry.
Alexander, Clarisa.
Johnson, Robert.
Sweitser, Conrad.
Johnson, Sarah.
Lamb, James.
Heitwald, John.
Finkenaur, George.
Launius, William.
McDonel, Hugh.
Walken, James.
Dix, Joseph.
Cole, Christian.
Lynch, William.
Lynch, Elnor.
Milfors, John.
Hyde, Nicholas.
Thompson, Catherine.
Lick, Rebecca.
Beedle, Benjamin.
McCuley, Elizabeth.
Lynch, Hannah.
Remely, Frederick.
Rock, William.
Haley, George.
Helman, Jacob.
Morris, Elizabeth.
Harkens, Maria.
Peris, Bernard.
Lacky, Catherine.
Finkenauer, George.
Brannon, Thomas.
Culey, Elizabeth.
Harkins, Charles.
Patrick, John.
Riley, George.
Miller, Andrew.
Foust, Jacob.
Chambry, David.
Morris, Abraham.
Gealbaugh, John.
Rhine, David.
Green, Joseph.
Weeler, Susan.
Hamilton, Ann.
Williams, Thomas.
Morrison, John.
Dable, Joseph.
Manison, Nancy.
Jack, John.
Jackson, Sally.
Leonard, Jacob.
Rodgers, James.
Wallace, James.
Leesholts, Jon.
Reed, Patrick.
McKeal, Sophia.
Baker, Mary Ann.
Lick, Peggy.
Cloyd, John.
Shaeffer, Elizabeth.
Potts, Maria.
Lenely, Margaret.
Doublemn, Joseph.
Rupp, Fanny.
Delham, Joseph.
Wilson, James.
Cooper, Ann.
Lewis, Hannah.
Dabler, Joseph.
Basset, Thomas.
Derrick, Mary.
Curren, James.
King, John W.
Stahly, Stephan.
Crawford, David.
Brooks, John.
Brandt, Nicholas.
Steffe, Jonathan.
Debutts, Hugh.
East, Polly.
Uedug, Phillip.
Layland, William.
Star, Joseph.
Manly, William.
Gromwell, James.
Nicholas, Parma.
Malson, Jacob.
Carry, Robert.
White, William.
Maxwell, George.
Lukeworn, Charles.
Malson, Ephraim.
Taggert, James.
Boyd, Robert.
Hoke, Jonathan.
Soyer, WIlliam.
George, John.
Payment made to:
Kriner, John. For mending the pump.
Myers, John. For muslin.
Johnson, Bob. For hauling stones.
Smith, James. For brooms.
Landabaugh, John. For hauling stone.
Hook, Michael. For repairing wood saw frame.
Hubert, Jacob. For stone.
Dellem, Joseph. For cleaning chimneys.
Items purchased per orders of Dr. Atlee for:
Lurdy, M. Tea.
Lurdy, M. Lick, Peggy. Tea.
Layland, William. Gin.
Lurdy, M. Tea and coffee.
McLurdy, _____. Molasses.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1823 #249
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Year
1823
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Diller, George
Lambert, Peter
Kauffman, Adam
Nancy
Crazy Nancy
Cuns, Robert
Wilson, James
Wilson, Mary
Thomson, WIlliam
Neleson, James
Suber, Martha
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Lancaster
Prisons
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Place
Lancaster
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1823 #249
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
003
Box Number
003
Notes
Entered into Q&A May 17, 2001.
Additional Notes
Prison.
Payment to constable for apprehending, bringing before the Mayors and conveying to jail vagrants and other disorderly persons:
Diller, George. Constable.
Lambert, Peter.
Kauffman, Adam.
Nancy. Alias: Crazy Nancy.
Cuns, Robert.
Wilson, James. Wilson, Mary, his wife. Three unnamed children.
Thomson, WIlliam.
Neleson, James.
Suber, Martha.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
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Collection
Renunciations
Object ID
Ren 1854 F002
Description Level
Item
Collection
Renunciations
Description
Renunciations are papers filed in the Orphans' Court by executors of an estate who do not wish to administer that estate. They show the name of the decedent, the decedent's place of residence, the name of the person renouncing administration, the name of the replacement administrator to be appointed, and date. The relationship between the decedent, the executor, and the administrator is usually shown. Arranged chronologically and then alphabetically within each year.
System of Arrangement
Arranged chronologically and then alphabetically within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1762-1820, 1821-1842, 1880-1906
Year
1854
Creator
Register of Wills
People
Anderson, Joseph T.
Anderson, Cornelia S.
Cassel, Abraham N.
Wilson, James
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Renunciation
Marietta
Place
Marietta
Extent
12 cubic feet
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Object ID
Ren 1854 F002
Classification
RG 03-00 0115
Location
Archives
Container
006
Box Number
006
Associated Material
Administrators Accounts
Miscellaneous Orphans' Court Papers
Additional Notes
Renouncer: Anderson, Cornelia S.
Administrators: Cassel, Abraham N.; Wilson, James.
1 item, 1 piece
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Restricted use of original. A photocopy will be made for patron use.
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Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Object ID
CommOrder 1829 #356
Description Level
Item
Collection
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Description
This record group contains canceled orders that were issued by the county commissioners for payment to be made by the county treasurer. The orders show date, order number, amount, name of payee, purpose, and signatures of the county commissioners. In the case of "poor children," teachers were reimbursed by the county for tuition and/or the supplies purchased for students whose parents were unable to pay. Orders include: Poor Children, Almshouse, Bridges, Coroners' Inquests, Prisons, Roads, Court House, and Tax Exonerations.
System of Arrangement
The record group is organized chronologically, then arranged by order number within each year.
Date of Accumulation
1810-1901
Creator
County Commissioners
People
Davis, Nathaniel
Dellum, Hannah
Ellexanders, Elizabeth
Ellexanders, William
Gooden, William
Green, Cassa
Green, Sarah
Green, Walter
Harden, Elizabeth
Harris, Stephen
Harris, Susan
Jackson, Elizabeth
James, Williams
Loney, James
Randall, James
Randall, John
Richards, James
Snively, Mary
Stokes, Peter
Thomas, Elizabeth
Thomas, Hetty
Wheeler, Mary
Wilson, Elizabeth
Wilson, James
Wilson, Rebecca
Subcategory
Documentary Artifact
Search Terms
Poor children
Teacher
Commissioners' Orders for Payment
Extent
70 boxes (35 cubic ft.)
Object Name
Documents
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Date
2008-03-25
Object ID
CommOrder 1829 #356
Classification
RG 08-01 0510
Location
Archives
Container
009
Box Number
009
Notes
Entered into Q&A 1993/05/20.
Additional Notes
Poor children.
Davis, Nathaniel.
Dellum, Hannah.
Ellexanders, Elizabeth.
Ellexanders, William.
Gooden, William.
Green, Cassa.
Green, Sarah.
Green, Walter.
Harden, Elizabeth.
Harris, Stephen.
Harris, Susan.
Jackson, Elizabeth.
James, Williams.
Loney, James.
Randall, James.
Randall, John.
Richards, James. Teacher.
Snively, Mary.
Stokes, Peter.
Thomas, Elizabeth.
Thomas, Hetty.
Wheeler, Mary.
Wilson, Elizabeth.
Wilson, James.
Wilson, Rebecca.
1 item. 1 piece.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Request at research desk. Photocopy made by staff member.
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