Manufacturing and Mercantile Resources of the Lehigh Valley, Including Historical Sketches of the Prominent Towns: A Descriptive, Industrial and Statistical Review. Progress. Enterprise. Development
Industrial Publishing Company, 1881 - Industries - 205 pages
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Page 25 - Graeme and Mr. Peters* to lay out some ground in the forks of the Delaware for a town, which I suppose they have done or begun to do. I desire it may be called Easton, from my Lord Pomf ret 's house ; and whenever there is a new county, it is to be called Northampton.
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