3 edition of By William Keith, Esq; governour of the province of Pennsylvania ... A proclamation. found in the catalog.
By William Keith, Esq; governour of the province of Pennsylvania ... A proclamation.
by Printed by Andrew Bradford, printer to the province of Pennsylvania, &c. in [Philadelphia]
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2166., Early American imprints -- no. 39774.|
|Contributions||Keith, William, Sir, 1680-1749.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Full text of "History of the counties of Dauphin and Lebanon: in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania ; biographical and genealogical" See other formats. hamilton's itinerarium being a narrative of a journey from annapolis, maryland through delaware, pennsylvania, new york, new jersey, connecticut, rhode island, massachusetts and new hampshire from may to september, by doctor alexander hamilton edited by albert bushnell hart, ll.d. professor of history in harvard university lc printed only for private distribution by william k. bixby saint.
Voted, That The Colonial Society of Massachusetts gratefully accepts the gift of ten thousand dollars made to said Society by Thomas Minns and Joseph S. Kendall, surviving executors of the will of Robert Charles Billings, from the remainder of the estate distributed by them in accordance with the terms of said will and a decree of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts dated April 1, A sermon preach'd in the audience of His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; captain general, governour and commander in chief, the Honourable His Majesty's Council, and the Honourable House of Representatives, of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. May 29th
Keith against Keith, or, Some more of George Keith's contradictions and absurdities collected out of his own books (not yet retracted) upon a review: together with a reply to George Keith's late book, entituled, The Antichrists and Sadduces detected among a sort of Quakers, &c. / by John Penington. The Dictionary of American Biography is published under the auspices of the American Management Franklin Jameson, Chairman, John H. Finley, Dumas Malone, Paxson, Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger, Carl Van Doren, Charles Warren. Council of Learned Societies and under the direction of a Committee of which consists of Frederic The L. J.
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By William Keith, Esq ; governour of the province of Pennsylvania A proclamation: Whereas it has been certified to me, that Robert Moore, late of Philadelphia gent.
hath made his escape out of the goal of the city of New-York, where he stood committed for stabbing with a drawn sword John Gee of which wound the said Gee languished for some time, and then died.
By William Keith, Esq ; governour of the province of Pennsylvania A proclamation.: Whereas it has been certified to me, that Robert Moore, late of Philadelphia gent. hath made his escape out of the goal of the city of New-York, where he stood committed for stabbing with a drawn sword John Gee of which wound the said Gee languished for some time, and then died.
The speech of Sir William Keith, bart. Governour of the Province of Pennsylvania, and the Counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex upon Delaware. To the Representatives of the Freemen of the said Imprint 3.
Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. To the Honourable William Keith, Esq; lieut. governour of the province of Pennsilvania &c. The humble address of the grand jury for the city of Philadelphia.
Published: (). By the Honourable John Penn, Esquire, governor and commander in chief of the province of Pennsylvania. By the Honourable John Penn, Esquire, governor and commander in chief of the province of Pennsylvania.
By Sir William Keith, Bart. governour of the province of Pennsylvania a proclamation [electronic res. To the Honourable William Keith, Esq; with the royal approbation lieut. governour of the counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex upon Delaware, and the province of Pennsylvania.
The humble address of the representatives of the said counties in General Assembly met at New-Castle the 13th day of June, anno, Domini, Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania: From the Organization to the Termination of the Proprietary Government. [Mar. 10, Sept. 27, ], Volume 3 Volumes 1.
By Sir William Keith, Bart. governour of the province of Pennsylvania a proclamation. [electronic resource]: Upon reading this day in Council, an original agreement between the Right Honourable Charles Lord Baltimore, proprietor and governour of Maryland, and the Honourable Hannah Penn, widow and executrix of William Penn, Esq; late proprietor and governour of Pennsylvania, &c.
and. Full text of "Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania from the organization to the termination of the proprietary government" See other formats.
Petition of Sir William Keith; A proclamation; Proclamation pursuant to Her Majesty's additional instruction to Lewis Morris, Esq. [copy] Representation from the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations; Sonmans reasons against Basse; Speeches made, and a letter wrote by His Excellence, Lewis Morris, Esq.
Full text of "Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania, from the organization to the termination of the proprietary government.[Mar. 10, Sept. 27, ]" See other formats. Argument of William Henry Anthon, Esq., in behalf of the defendants, Messrs.
Ray Tompkins and John C. Thompson, on motion to discharge from arrest on a charge of arson, arising from the destruction of the quarantine hospitals, before Judge Metcalfe, Thursday, October 7th, / (New York: Wm. Bryant, printers, ), by William Henry.
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A Conference held at the fort at St. George's in the county of York, the fourth day of August, anno regni Regis Georgii Secundi, Magnae Britanniae, Franciae et Hiberniae, &c. decimo sexto, annoq ; domini, between His Excellency William Shirley, Esq ; captain general and governour in chief in and over His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, and the chief sachems.
The following persons whose names are hereunto annexed, proving the identity of a Certain Aaron Doan formerly of Bucks County in the province of Pennsylvania taken in Baltimore County, Maryland, by Capt'n Joseph McClennan & Amos Ogden* as the proscribed Aaron Doan by the proclamation of the Honourable the Council of this Commonwealth bearing.
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Doctor Who and the Rebel's Gamble by William H. Keith, Jr. The Documentary history of the first Federal elections, The Great Book of Pennsylvania: by order of the Governour and Assembly of the said province by Pennsylvania. A brief biography of William Carter is given on page of The Papers of William Penn, Volume 3: "William Carter (), a Quaker turner of Wapping, Middx., was a First Purchaser who immigrated to Pennsylvania in and became a provincial councilor insheriff of Philadelphia inand later mayor.".
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William was the son of the High Sheriff of Cecil county, MD (William 1). Full text of "The Virginia magazine of history and biography" See other formats.A. W. Kinglake: A Biographical and Literary Study, by William Tuckwell (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML); Absurdities of Immaterialism, or, a Reply to T.
W. P. Taylder's Pamphlet, Entitled "The Materialism of the Mormons or Latter-Day Saints, Examined and Exposed" (Liverpool: R. James, printer,printer, ), by Orson Pratt multiple formats at Google.II THE YEARS – On the 14th day of the 11th month,Jeremiah Collett, Jr., of Chester County, was indicted by the Grand Jury of that county "for that he at or about the 2 day of the month last did fraudulently expose peces of lead and potsherds unto John Stubbs of this county for current silver money of this province.".