Opinion of Chief Justice M"Kean.

"The chief justice of Pennsylvania is requested to answer the following queries, at the particular desire of the judges of the election for the township of the Northern Liberties, the district of Southwark and the townships of Moyamensing and Passyunk." by McKean, Thomas

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 34038.
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