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Title: The Pennsylvania Magazine Of History And Biography Vol. I II Publication Information: Philadelphia: Publication Fund Of The Historical Society Of Pennsylvania, 1877 (Vol. I) and 1878 (Vol. II). Additional Information: Vol. I – 511p. Vol. II – 509p. Some illustrations and a couple are maps. Summary: Contents Include: Volume I: The Diary of Robert Morton. Kept in Philadelphia while that city was occupied by the British army in 1717 The Hessians in Philadelphia. A German officer’s impression of our city. From the Correspondence of Professor Schlozer, of Gottingen, Vol. III. p. 149. Translated by Miss Helen Bell Pittsburgh and Uniontown, Pennsylvania, in 1782—83. Letters from Ephraim Douglass to Gen. James Irvine. From the Irvine Papers in the Historical Society Major Andre’s Parole. Original in possession of Mr. Simon Gratz. [From the American Antiquarian] Edward Whalley, the Regicide. By Robert Patterson Robins Baron Stiegel. By the Rev. Jos. Henry Dubbs, of Lancaster, Pa. MEMOIRS PREPARED FOR THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF THE ADOPTION OF "THE RESOLUTIONS RESPECTING INDEPENDENCY.” John Hancock. By Charles Francis Adams Patrick Henry. By William Wirt Henry Henry Wisner. By Henry W Bellows, D.D. Charles Humphreys. By A. A. Humphreys, Maj.-Gen.U. S. A. Francis Dana. By Richard H. Dana, Jr. Silas Deane. By Charles J. Hoadley Edward Biddle. By Craig Biddle General Artemas Ward. By Robert C. Winthrop Major-General John Armstrong. By William M. Darlington, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Colonel John Nixon. By Charles Henry Hart Chief Justice William Allen. By Edward F. de Lancey Dr. William Shippen, the Elder. By the late Thomas Balch Robert Morris. Presented by Mrs. Arminc Nixon Hart Francis Lightfoot Lee. By Samuel L. Clemens ("Mark Twain”) Samuel Adams. By George A. Simmons Jonathan Elmer. By L. Q. C. Elmer Abraham Clark. By E. P. Buffett Isaac Norris. By the late George W. Norris, M.D. Memorial Notice of the Rev. William C; Reichel. (With portrait.) Read by John W. Jordan, before the Historical Society bf Pennsylvania, November 13, 1876 Memorial Notice of the Rev. William M. Reynolds, D.D. Read by Townsend Ward before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Nov. 13, 1876 Descendants of Dr. William Shippen. Compiled by Charles R. Hildeburn Proceedings of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania Notes and Queries Journal of William Black, 1744. Secretary o the Commissioners appointed by Governor Gooch, of Virginia, to unite with those from the Colonies of Pennsylvania and Maryland, to Treat with the Iroquois or Six Nations of Indians, in reference to the lands west of the Allegheny Mountains. Edited by B. Alonzo Brock, Secretary of the Virginia Historical Society Occupation of New York City by the British, 1776. Extracts from the Diary of the Moravian Congregation The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware, and Christina, Queen of the Swedes, the Goths, and the Vends. A presentation of her portrait to the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, April 16, 1877 Notes on, the Iroquois and Delaware Indians. Communications from Conrad Weiser to Christopher Saur, which appeared in the years 1746—1749 in his newspaper printed at Germantown, entitled "The High German Pennsylvania Historical Writer, or a Collection of Important Events from the Kingdom of. Nature and the Church,” and from his (Saur’s) Almanacs. Compiled by Abrakam H. Casse11, translated by Miss Helen Bell An Unwritten Chapter in the History of the Siege of Boston. Contributions of the Society of Friends of Philadelphia, for the Relief of the Boston Sufferers in the Winter of 1775—76 The Oath Taken by the Officers at Valley Forge Death of Major Anthony Morris, Jr. Described in a Letter written on the Battle-Field, near Princeton, by Jonathan Potts, M.D. Annotated by the Rev. Edward D. Neill, President of Macalester College, Minn. Joseph Montgomery. By Wm. H. Egle, M.D. Records of ChristChurch, Philadelphia. Burials, 1709—1760. Contributed by Charles B Hildeburn Book Notices Meeting of the Descendants of Col. Thomas White, at St. George’sChurch, Spesutiae, and Sophia’s Dairy, June 7th, 1877. By the Rev. William White Bronson Washington’s Encampment on the Neshaminy. By William J. Buck The Massacre of Paoli. Historical Address of. J. Smith Futhey, of West Chester, Pa. Delivered on the Centennial Anniversary of that event at the Dedication of the Monument to the Memory of those who fell on the night of September 20th, 1777 The Wharton Family. By Anne H. Wharton Welsh Emigration to Pennsylvania. An Old Charter Party. Communicated by W F. Corbit General James Potter. By A. Boyd Hamilton William Penn. Eulogy on the Founder of Pennsylvania. Delivered before the Penn Club, to Commemorate the One Hundred and Ninety-Fifth Anniversary of his Landing. By Wayne MacVeagh Battle of Germantown. An Address delivered at Germantown upon the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Engagement, October 4, 1877. By Alfred C. Lambdin, M.D. Colonel Thomas White, of Maryland. By William White Wiltbank. Read by him at the Meeting of the Descendants of Colonel White at Sophia’s Dairy, Maryland, June 7, 1877 Report of Council to the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, May 1, 1877 Officers of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania INDEX SUBSCRIBERS TO THE PUBLICATI0N FUND OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA Volume II: Charles Armand Tufin, Marquis de la Rouerie, Brigadier-General in the Continental Army of the American Revolution. A Memoir read before The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, May 7, 1877. By Townsend Ward Pennsylvania Loyalist’s Interview with George III. Extract from the MS Diary of Samuel Shoemaker Journal of William Black, 1744.Secretary of the Commissioners appointed by Governor Gooch, of Virginia, to unite with those from the Colonies of Pennsylvania and Maryland, to Treat with the Iroquois, or Six Nations of Indians, in reference to the lands west of the Allegheny Mountains. Edited by R. Alonzo Brock, Secretary of the Virginia Historical Society The Wharton Family. By Anne H. Wharton Rev. Jacob Duehe, the First Chaplain of Congress. By the Rev. Edward Duffield Neill MEMOIRS PREPARED FOR THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF THE ADOPTION OF "THE RESOLUTIONS RESPECTING INDEPENDENCY.” Samuel John Atlee. By Sam’l W. Pennypacker Major-General Nathaniel Greene. By George Washington Greene Gouverneur Morris. By Catharine Keppele Meredith General John Sullivan. By Thomas C. Amory Thomas Fitzsimmons. By Henry Flanders Francis Hopkinson By Charles R. Hildeburn William Ellery. By Thomas Wentworth Rigginson Nathaniel Folsom. By Charles H. Bell Jonathan Dickson Sergeant. By Edwin F. Hatfield, D.D. Memorial Notice of John McAllister, Jr. Readby Charles H. Morris, before The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, January14, 1878 Memorial Notice of Stephen Taylor. Read by Townsend Ward, beforeThe Historical Society of Pennsylvania, January14, 1878 Records of ChristChurch, Philadelphia. Burials, 1709—1760. Contributed by Charles S. Hildeburn Proceedings of The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Notes and Queries Mennonite Emigration to Pennsylvania. Friendly relations between the Mennonites in Holland and those in Pennsylvania. By Dr. J.G. Do Hoop Scheffer, of Amsterdam. Translated from the Dutch, with notes, by Samuel W. Pennypacker The Battle of Monmouth. Letters of Alexander Hamilton and General William Irvine, describing the engagement Western Pennsylvania in 1760. A Journal of a March from FortPitt to Venango, and from thence to Presqu’ Isle. From the Papers of Capt. Thomas Hutchins, Geographer General of the United States Proposition to make Bethlehem, Penna., the Seat of Government in 1780. Contributed by John W Jordan Mary White—Mrs. Robert Morris. Read at the Meeting of The Descendants of Colonel Thomas White at Sophia’s Dairy, Maryland, June 7th, 1877. By Charles Henry Hart William Penn’s Travels in Holland and Germany in 1677. By Professor Oswald Seidensticker Military Operations near Philadelphia in the Campaign of 1777—8. Described in a letter from Thomas Paine to Dr. Franklin Notes on the Stamp Act in New York and Virginia. Contributed by Charles B. Hildeburn An Early Record of Pittsburgh Descendants of Joran Kyn, the Founder of Upland. By Gregory B. Keen Major William Jackson, Secretary of the Federal Convention. By Charles Willing Littell Reminiscences of the First Railroad over the AlleghenyMountain. By Solomon W. Roberts, Civil Engineer Computation of Time, and Changes of Style in - the Calendar. By Spencer Bonsall Notes on the Iroquois and Delaware Indians. Communications from Conrad Weiser to Christopher Saner, 1746—1749. Compiled by Abraham Cassell. Translated by Miss Helen Bell. Concluded from vol. i. page 323 Early Days of the Revolution in Philadelphia. Charles Thomson’s Account of the Opposition to the Boston Port Bill. From the Sparks Manuscripts in the Library of HarvardCollege Spangenberg’s Notes of Travel to Onondaga in 1745. Contributed by John W. Jordan Memorial Notice of Joseph J. Mickley. Read by William H. Ruddiman, before The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, March 11, 1878 Report of Council to The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, May 6, 1878 Officers of The Historical Society of Pennsylvania INDEX SUBBSCRIBERS TO THE PUBLICATTON FUND OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA Condition: Both are hardcover, covers are worn, scuffed and have some soiling and spine edges have some chipping, corners are bumped and bared. Both have gold-gilted page tops with slight soiling and the sides and bottom page edges are rough cut. Both have a book plate inside the front cover. Vol. I the book is starting to fall apart in the front and back and has several pages completely loose in the front and the back, some tore pages. Spine seam is also cracked in several places so a very lose copy and is starting to come apart. Volume II is a little lose from use but still completely intact. Text in both have light age discoloring but is clean. Both are readable copies. Shipping Handling/Payment: Bound Printed Matter with dc and insurance, 6.75 to 9.75, depending on zip, USA (not negotiable). (Periodicals and Magazines with advertising can not ship media mail according to USPS regulations). If insurance is not included in s h charges, it is extra and recommended as Seller is not responsible for uninsured items. F.O.B. Miller, SD. Next day shipping (except Sat.) with money orders. With checks (US only) item held 10-12 days (no exceptions). International s h will be quoted – International payment by International money order in US dollars and drawn on a US Bank. Email will be sent at auction end, please acknowledge within three days and payment to be received within 10 days. SD residents add 6 1/2% sales tax. . Multiple Purchases will be combined up to 15 pounds (Bound Printed Matter weight limit) to save on shipping handling charges. Thanks for looking. Whatnots Books Etc (licensed used book store) 50,000 Books Magazines for Sale. Specializing in South Dakota Books. I Appreciate Your Business. To avoid any conflicts PLEASE be sure to READ all details about the item in the entire listing. If you have any questions in regards to the item please ask. No question is too trivial. Thank-You for checking out my items. Magazines Back Issues Americana History State Historical Publications
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