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Page 735 - Sellers, 1783, pp. 41. PHS State of the accounts of Col. George Smith, a Sub-Lieutenant of the County of Philadelphia (March, 1777-April, 1780). Philadelphia, Francis Bailey, 1783; pp. 72. PHS State of the accounts of Wm. Antes, Esq., Sub-Lieutenant of Philadelphia County (1777-78), pp. 17. PHS State of the accounts of Edward Bartholomew, Esq., Collector of Excise for the City and County of Philadelphia, from the 22d of Nov., 1783, to the 22d of Nov., 1784. Philadelphia, 1785, F. Bailey, pp. 27....
Page 349 - STATE of the ACCOUNTS of the several COUNTIES for their TAXES, from the 1st of October, 1782, to the 1st of January, 1785, continued from former Statements thereof.
Page 207 - Pennsylvania, 1777— 1781. pp. 11-205. State of the accounts of the several counties for their taxes to October, 1782, continued from the report of the committee of accounts of assembly for 1781. pp. 200-214. Effective supplies for 1781 and the tax for funding and sinking paper money, pp. 215-222. State of the accounts of the counties for their taxes from the beginning of the Revolution to 1781. pp.
Page 691 - MDCCLXXXIII. 8vo, pp. 41. HSP 62277 State of the Accounts of Col. George Smith, a Sub-Lieutenant of the County of Philadelphia. In which is exhibited, ... the amount of the Fines received and accounted for by him, between March, 1777, and April 1780; ... Philadelphia...
Page 561 - ... Crispin, Esq. late Collector of Excise for ... Philadelphia. ... Philadelphia: Printed by F. Bailey. MDCCLXXIV [for 1784]. 8vo, pp. 16. HSP 62273 State of the Accounts of Samuel Dewees, Esq; late SubLieutenant of Philadelphia County. Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap. MDCCLXXXIII. 8vo, pp. 23. 62274 State of the Accounts of Jacob Engle, Esquire, late a SubLieutenant of Philadelphia County. Philadelphia : Printed by John Dunlap. MDCCLXXXIII. 8vo, pp.