A Century of Printing: The Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania, 1685-1784, Volume 2

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Press of Matlack & Harvey, 1886 - American literature
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Page 430 - THE | CONSTITUTION | of the | Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, | as established by the | General Convention. | Carefully compared with the original. | To which is added, | A | Report of the Committee | appointed to enquire, | " Whether the Constitution has been preserved inviolate in every Part, and | "whether the legislative and executive Brandies of Government, have
Page 381 - (Charles Henry)] A | Poetical Epistle | to his Excellency | George Washington Esq. | Commander in Chief of the | Armies of the United States | of America, | from | An Inhabitant of the State of Maryland. | London Printed: \ Philadelphia Re-printed and sold \ By George Kline, \ In Third-Street, near ArchStreet. 1781. | 12mo. pp.
Page 369 - The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | Translated from an Indian Manuscript, | written by an ancient Bramin. | To which is perfixed, | An account of the manner in which the | said Manuscript was discovered. | In | A Letter from an English Gentleman, | now residing in China, to the Earl of ***. | Philadelphia: | Printed and sold by Joseph Orukshank, \ in Market-street, between Second and
Page 201 - [SHIPLEY. (Jonathan)] A | Speech | Intended to have been spoken | on the | Bill | for | Altering the Charters | of the | Colony of Massachusetts Bay. | The Third Edition. | London, Printed: \ Philadelphia: \ Re-printed and Sold, by William and Thomas | Bradford, at the London
Page 430 - formed their Duty as Guardians of the People, or assumed to themselves | " or exercised other or greater Powers, than they are intitled to by the | " Constitution." | As adopted by the | Council of Censors. | Published by their Order. | Philadelphia:
Page 361 - PROCEEDINGS | of a | Board | of | General Officers, | Held by Order of | His Excellency Gen. Washington, | Commander in Chief of the Army of the United States | of America. | Respecting | Major John André, | Adjutant General of the British Army. | September 29, 1780. | Philadelphia : \ Printed by Francis Bailey, in Market-Street. \ M.DCC.LXXX. | 8vo.
Page 380 - TO the Representatives of the Freemen | of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, | in General Assembly met. | The Memorial and Remonstrance of Isaac Howell and White Matlack, | in behalf of themselves, and others, who have been disowned by the People called | Quakers,
Page 186 - EXTRACTS | From the | Votes and Proceedings | Of the American Continental | Congress, | Held at Philadelphia on the | 5th of September, 1774. | Containing | The Bill of Rights, a List of Griev- | anees, Occasional Resolves, the | Association, an Address to the People | of
Page 421 - A | Circular Letter, | from | His Excellency | George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of the | Armies of the | United States | of | America ; | Addressed to the Governors of | the several States, on his | resigning the Command of the | Army, and retiring from
Page 392 - ROBIN" ([Claude C.]) Nouveau | Voyage | dans | L'Amérique Septentrionale, | en l'année 1781 ; | et | Campagne | de l'armée | De M. le Comte de Rochambeau. | Par M. l'Abbé Robin. | A Philadelphie, \ Et se trouve à Paris, \ Chez Moutard, ImprimeurLibraire de la Reine, \ de Madame, et de Madame Comtesse d'Artois, \ rue des Mathurins, Hôtel de Cluni.

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