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Account Address Advertisement America Andrew Steuart Anno Anno Domini Anthony Armbruster Assembly BENEZET bey Christoph Saur bey Henrich Miller CATALOGUE Church Cist Coffee-House Collation Congress County Dated delphia Esquire Father Abraham's finden bey Folio four pages Francis Bailey Franklin Front-street Gazette Gedruckt bey Hall and Sellers Henry James Adams James Humphreys John Dunlap Joseph Crukshank junr Lancaster late leaf Leap-Year Letter London Lord Market Market-Street MDCCLXXI NEW-YEAR Verses pages to Numbers Penn phia Phil Phila Philadel Philadelphia Philom Pocket Almanac Poem Printed and Sold Printed by Anthony Printed by Francis Printed by Hall Printed by James Printed by John Printed by Joseph Printed by William PROCLAMATION Province of Pennsylvania Published Quakers Re-printed Robert Aitken Robert Bell Royal Arms Second-street Sermon Sold by Joseph Sold by Robert Street supra sylvania Third Third-Street Thomas Bradford Title and imprint toon Weatherwise William Bradford Wilmington
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.