The History of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the Original Institution and Settlement of that Province, Under the First Proprietor and Governor, William Penn, in 1681, Till After the Year 1742: With an Introduction, Respecting, the Life of W. Penn, Prior to the Grant of the Province, and the Religious Society of the People Called Quakers : with the First Rise of the Neighbouring Colonies, More Particularly of West-New-Jersey, and the Settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware : to which is Added, a Brief Description of the Said Province, and of the General States, in which it Flourished, Principally Between the Years 1760 and 1770 : the Whole Including a Variety of Things, Useful and Interesting to be Known, Respecting that Country in Early Time, &c. : with an Appendix, Volume 1
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