Letter to Horace Binney, Esq., respecting the founder of the Philadelphia Contributorship for the Insurance of Houses from Loss by Fire
Subject of the biography is John Smith, of Burlington, N.J. and Philadelphia, Pa., also a Quaker merchant and Pa. assemblyman.
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