after re-assemble by special summons.
The governor's message on that occasion.
The message of the assembly in regard to the inlisting purchased
General Shirley's letter of acknowledgment for a voluntary present of
clothing sent by the province to his troops.
The assembly remind the governor of the Indian trade bill.
He returns it with amendments; as also their bill for extending the
They adhere to their bills and assign their reasons.
The governor goes to Newcastle and the assembly adjourn.
Sir William Johnson's treaty with the six nations laid before them at
their next meeting.
The governor appearing strongly inclined to involve the province in
a war with the Delawares and Shawanese, some of the people called
Quakers petition for specific measures.
The governor on the other hand alarms the house with an account of a
number of people coming in a body to make _demands_ upon them.
Their unanimity on that occasion.
The governor takes advantage of this incident to declare war against
the said two Indian nations.
He also demands farther supplies, and intimates, that certain
Indians, long subsisted by the province, were retiring in discontent,
The assembly's answer.
The return made by the governor.
The resolutions of the assembly concerning a plan of military
operations communicated to them by the governor.
They adjourn and are re-assembled.
The governor's message to them from a place called _Harris's Ferry_.
A petition of the association companies in Philadelphia, concerning
the insufficiency of the militia law.
The reply of the assembly to the governor's message, accompanied with
a bill for prohibiting provisions.
Another session, and two other messages from the governor, who was
still posted at Harris's Ferry.
A money bill ordered, but postponed on the receipt of intelligence
from Sir Charles Hardy and Sir William Johnson, that the Delawares
and Shawanese were disposed to renew their alliance.
The governor proclaims a suspension of arms.
The assemblies' message to him, in which they again press him to pass
the Indian trade bill; he promises to reconsider it; and a second
time calls upon them to make some (additional) provision for his
Six members desire leave upon the adjournment to quit their seats,
and at the next session present a written paper to the house as a
The resignation accepted and new writs issued.
The governor's message notifying the appointment of Lord Loudoun to
be commander in chief in America; as also the act of parliament for
raising a regiment of foreigners; recommending particularly, that the
masters of such indented servants as should engage in the service
might be indemnified; and that, as by the expiration of an act passed
in the Lower Counties, the Pensylvanian act, lately passed,
We will, therefore, make an effort to set out something definite and tangible.Page 61
Since the apostles died, and those on whom they laid their hands died, not a miracle has been done or a revelation from God been made.Page 80
Members of the church should read their Bibles in their families and to their children, and worship with them, and teach them what worship means, and if they do not do it they will be held responsible in the great day.Page 83
We desire to do all we possibly can for the cause, while it is to-day.Page 86
The same testimony that proved a man guilty of murder one hundred years ago, will prove him guilty forever.Page 96
Their faith is too narrow.Page 101
We must turn our eye in another direction.Page 111
The Bible is right if anything is right.Page 131
Mere refinement and respectability have nothing to do in the matter.Page 142
In the same way women lose no rights, are excluded from no privilege, nor are they in any way degraded in being limited to their legitimate sphere of operation.Page 185
They have some kind of regular process through which a man must pass, to be an authorized minister, or to be permitted to minister in holy things at all, or to make ordinances valid administered by his hands, or to give him official grace and functions.Page 187
It has corrupted the four quarters of the earth with its abominations and idolatries.Page 210
Now it is not strange that men should become sceptics, under the influence of such a system as this.Page 224
But nothing can be more manifest than that God did not send those men who only spread desolation, who only pull down, scatter, and kill, we care not what fine theories they propagate, nor how prettily they may talk.Page 229
In the next moment the man is arrested! What is he acting upon? Faith in the telegraphic dispatch he had just received.Page 262
The first acorn, or the first oak, was, unquestionably, a miracle.Page 318
I desire preaching that will convert men to Jesusâto christianity and not to men.Page 321
What, then has been entered to our account on the records of eternity?.Page 330
He was a man for the people.