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Books Books 1 - 4 of 4 on Pennsylvania, where at the request of Penn, who shortly followed, he remained 16....
" Pennsylvania, where at the request of Penn, who shortly followed, he remained 16 years. He was chosen the first Recorder of Philadelphia by a charter of 25 Oct., 1701, was a Member of the Council of State, Keeper of the Great Seal, Master of the Rolls,... "
Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science: Extra ... - Page 65
1896
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The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises ..., Volume 10

William Evans, Thomas Evans - Society of Friends - 1846
...and a proper subsistence necessary, the governor appointed me a member of the council of State and keeper of the Great Seal, Master of the Rolls for recording patents, and for the enrolling of deeds, and one of his commissioners of property, for inquiring into nnd confirming...
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History of the Religious Society of Friends from Its Rise to the ..., Volume 3

Samuel Mcpherson Janney - Society of Friends - 1867
...appreciated his abilities and integrity, solicited him to remain in Pennsylvania, and take office under his government. He consented, and was appointed a member...Master of the Rolls for recording patents of land, and one of the Commissioners of Property.1 CHAPTER HI. THE SEPARATION OF GEORGE KEITH. 1691-1700. GEOEGE...
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Early Cumberland and Westmorland Friends, biographical sketches

Richard Saul Ferguson - 1871
...years. Story settled in Pennsylvania, and was appointed William Penn's deputy in the province, and also a member of the Council of State, Keeper of the Great Seal, Master of the Bolls, and one of the Commissioners of Property. He married, in 1706, Ann Shippen, the daughter of...
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Quaker Biographies: A Series of Sketches, Chiefly Biographical ..., Volume 1

Quakers - 1909
...consistent with his ministry. William Penn, therefore, asked Thomas Story if he would accept the offices of Member of the Council of State, Keeper of the Great Seal, Master of Rolls, and Laud Commissioner. He replied that he was willing to do so, if at times he should be at...
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