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13. Trial of Allen C. Laros, at Easton, Pennsylvania, August, 1876: for the murder of his father, Martin Laros, by poison, and his defence, based upon the allegation of epileptic insanity, together with the argument on the rule for a new trial and proceedings upon the pleas in bar of the sentence : from various newspaper reports and manuscript notes

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16. 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originals: and an appendix, containing such acts and parts of acts, relating to property, as are expired, altered or repealed ; together with the royal, proprietary, city and borough charters ; and the original concessions of the Honourable William Penn to the first settlers of the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

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35. Report of the trial and conviction of John Earls: for the murder of his wife, Catharine Earls, late of Muncy Creek Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania : in the Court of Oyer and Terminer held at Williamsport, for Lycoming County, February term, 1836 : including the arguments of counsel at length, together with the confession of the prisoner

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41. Report of the Committee on the Comparative Health, Mortality, Length of Sentences, &c., of White and Colored Convicts: read before the Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons, November 1849, and ordered to be published

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50. To the Senate and House of Representatives, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: the memorial of the managers of the Pennsylvania Hospital, respectfully sheweth, that, in the beginning of the year 1751, a plan was presented to the Assembly, for a public hospital, for the benevolent purpose of receiving and accommodating the lunatics and sick poor of Pennsylvania

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51. Pennsylvania, ss. In the name and by the authority of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, by Thomas Mifflin, governor of the said commonwealth, a proclamation: whereas I have heretofore issued a proclamation, bearing date of the 29th day of June last, thereby declaring and establishing a quarantine to be performed by all vessels arriving in this port from any of the West-India Islands, from New-Orleans, or from any Dutch, French or Spanish port, on the Main ... Hereby publicly notifying, that, during the continuance of said quarantine, all vessels suspected of infection shall anchor under the guns of the fort on Mud-Island ...Given under my hand and the great seal o- [sic] the state, at Philadelphia, the twentieth day July, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six

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69. Compilation of the laws of Pennsylvania relating to the insane: also, of the laws relating to the state hospitals for the insane, namely State Lunatic Hospital, Harrisburg, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Dixmont, State Hospital for the Insane, Danville, and North-Western Hospital for the Insane, at Warren

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