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By the Proprietary of the Province of Pensilvania, and counties annexed with the advice of the council: a proclamation. Whereas several piracies and robberies at sea and on sea-coasts have of late years been committed in many parts of the world

By the Proprietary of the Province of Pensilvania, and counties annexed with the advice of the council: a proclamation. Whereas several piracies and robberies at sea and on sea-coasts have of late years been committed in many parts of the world

Pennsylvania, ss. I Prothonotary of the Supream Court of the Province of Pennsylvania, do hereby certify, that at a Supream Court held at Philadelphia, for the said Province of Pennsylvania, the day of in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven

Pennsylvania, ss. I Prothonotary of the Supream Court of the Province of Pennsylvania, do hereby certify, that at a Supream Court held at Philadelphia, for the said Province of Pennsylvania, the day of in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Whereas hath been recomended to us as a sober and fit person to keep a house of entertainment; and being requested to grant a license for the same, We do hereby license and al

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Whereas hath been recomended to us as a sober and fit person to keep a house of entertainment; and being requested to grant a license for the same, We do hereby license and al

Pennsylvania, ss. I Prothonotary of the Supream Court of the Province of Pennsylvania, do hereby certify, that at a Supream Court held at Philadelphia, for the said Province of Pennsylvania, the day of in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven

Pennsylvania, ss. I Prothonotary of the Supream Court of the Province of Pennsylvania, do hereby certify, that at a Supream Court held at Philadelphia, for the said Province of Pennsylvania, the day of in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven

To the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; Lieutenant Governour of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex, upon Delaware. The address of the Mayor and commonalty of the City of Philadelphia, in Council the sixteent

To the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; Lieutenant Governour of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex, upon Delaware. The address of the Mayor and commonalty of the City of Philadelphia, in Council the sixteent

[Arms] By the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; Lieutenant Governour of the Province of Pennsilvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex upon Delaware, A proclamation [to quell and reduce by force all tumults, riots, and disorders] Given

[Arms] By the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; Lieutenant Governour of the Province of Pennsilvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex upon Delaware, A proclamation [to quell and reduce by force all tumults, riots, and disorders] Given

[Arms] By the Proprietaries of Pennsylvania [Notice of quit rents] By order of the Proprietaries, Richard Peters, Secry. Philadelphia, Nov. 23, 1738. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin, 1738].

[Arms] By the Proprietaries of Pennsylvania [Notice of quit rents] By order of the Proprietaries, Richard Peters, Secry. Philadelphia, Nov. 23, 1738. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin, 1738].

[Arms] By the Proprietaries of Pennsylvania [Notice of quit rents] By order of the Proprietaries, Richard Peters, Secry. Philadelphia, Nov. 23, 1738. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin, 1738].

[Arms] By the Proprietaries of Pennsylvania [Notice of quit rents] By order of the Proprietaries, Richard Peters, Secry. Philadelphia, Nov. 23, 1738. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin, 1738].

Supplement to the Pennsylvania Gazette, No. 867. Philadelphia, July 25, 1745. Monday evening the General Assembly of this Province met, having been called by the Governor; who the next morning sent them the following message ... [Philadelphia: P

Supplement to the Pennsylvania Gazette, No. 867. Philadelphia, July 25, 1745. Monday evening the General Assembly of this Province met, having been called by the Governor; who the next morning sent them the following message ... [Philadelphia: P

Supplement to the Pennsylvania Gazette, No. 867. Philadelphia, July 25, 1745. Monday evening the General Assembly of this Province met, having been called by the Governor; who the next morning sent them the following message ... [Philadelphia: P

Supplement to the Pennsylvania Gazette, No. 867. Philadelphia, July 25, 1745. Monday evening the General Assembly of this Province met, having been called by the Governor; who the next morning sent them the following message ... [Philadelphia: P

[Arms] By the Honourable James Hamilton, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Countues of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware. A proclamation [Warning Squatters to leave Indian lands west of

[Arms] By the Honourable James Hamilton, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Countues of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware. A proclamation [Warning Squatters to leave Indian lands west of

[Arms] By the Honourable James Hamilton, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Countues of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware. A proclamation [Warning Squatters to leave Indian lands west of

[Arms] By the Honourable James Hamilton, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Countues of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware. A proclamation [Warning Squatters to leave Indian lands west of

Wir Endes unterschriebene sämtliche Einwohner der Gegend Broad-Bay genannt, in dem Ost-Theil der Provintz Neu-Engelland in America, Urkunden und bezeugen heimit, we[l]cher Gestallt, wir Anno 1742 im Monat Juny, nach einer Reise von 5 Wochen und

Wir Endes unterschriebene sämtliche Einwohner der Gegend Broad-Bay genannt, in dem Ost-Theil der Provintz Neu-Engelland in America, Urkunden und bezeugen heimit, we[l]cher Gestallt, wir Anno 1742 im Monat Juny, nach einer Reise von 5 Wochen und

Wir Endes unterschriebene sämtliche Einwohner der Gegend Broad-Bay genannt, in dem Ost-Theil der Provintz Neu-Engelland in America, Urkunden und bezeugen heimit, we[l]cher Gestallt, wir Anno 1742 im Monat Juny, nach einer Reise von 5 Wochen und

Wir Endes unterschriebene sämtliche Einwohner der Gegend Broad-Bay genannt, in dem Ost-Theil der Provintz Neu-Engelland in America, Urkunden und bezeugen heimit, we[l]cher Gestallt, wir Anno 1742 im Monat Juny, nach einer Reise von 5 Wochen und

A map of Philadelphia and parts adjacent : with a perspective view of the State-House /

A map of Philadelphia and parts adjacent : with a perspective view of the State-House /

A map of Philadelphia and parts adjacent, /

A map of Philadelphia and parts adjacent, /

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753].

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753].

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753].

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753].

A relation of the misfortunes of the French neutrals, as laid before the Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, by John Baptiste Galerm one of the said people. [Philadelphia, 1756].

A relation of the misfortunes of the French neutrals, as laid before the Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, by John Baptiste Galerm one of the said people. [Philadelphia, 1756].

A relation of the misfortunes of the French neutrals, as laid before the Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, by John Baptiste Galerm one of the said people. [Philadelphia, 1756].

A relation of the misfortunes of the French neutrals, as laid before the Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, by John Baptiste Galerm one of the said people. [Philadelphia, 1756].

To the mayor, recorder, aldermen, common council, and freemen of Philadelphia this plan of the improved part of the city surveyed and laid down by the late Nicholas Scull,

To the mayor, recorder, aldermen, common council, and freemen of Philadelphia this plan of the improved part of the city surveyed and laid down by the late Nicholas Scull,

The election, a medley, humbly inscribed to Squire Lilliput, professor of scurrility

The election, a medley, humbly inscribed to Squire Lilliput, professor of scurrility

No stamped paper to be had. [Philadelphia : Printed by Hall & Franklin, 1765]

No stamped paper to be had. [Philadelphia : Printed by Hall & Franklin, 1765]

The Pennsylvania journal and weekly advertiser - expiring: in hopes of a resurrection to life again / William Bradford.

The Pennsylvania journal and weekly advertiser - expiring: in hopes of a resurrection to life again / William Bradford.

No stamped paper to be had. [Philadelphia : Printed by Hall & Franklin, 1765]

No stamped paper to be had. [Philadelphia : Printed by Hall & Franklin, 1765]

The tradesmen, artificers, and other inhabitants of the City and County of Philadelphia, are earnestly requested to attend at the State-House, on Wednesday the twenty-third instant, at two o'clock in the afternoon; when matters of great importan

The tradesmen, artificers, and other inhabitants of the City and County of Philadelphia, are earnestly requested to attend at the State-House, on Wednesday the twenty-third instant, at two o'clock in the afternoon; when matters of great importan

Thursday, September 27, 1770. Many respectable freeholders and inhabitants of this City and County justly alarmed at the resolutions formed by a number of the dry goods importers, on Thursday last, at Davenport's Tavern, which reflect dishonour

Thursday, September 27, 1770. Many respectable freeholders and inhabitants of this City and County justly alarmed at the resolutions formed by a number of the dry goods importers, on Thursday last, at Davenport's Tavern, which reflect dishonour

... A riddle. There has appeared in this City, a tall man, well made, of a fair complexion, buckram gait, majestick look, but of an unaccountable disdainful countenance ... [AN election squib. signed A White-Oak] [Philadelphia, 1770].

... A riddle. There has appeared in this City, a tall man, well made, of a fair complexion, buckram gait, majestick look, but of an unaccountable disdainful countenance ... [AN election squib. signed A White-Oak] [Philadelphia, 1770].

To the merchants and traders, of the City of Philadelphia. Gentlemen. The worthy and patriotic writer of the Farmer's letters, have clearly demonstrated, that the liberties of the British colonies in America, have been most cruely violated by th

To the merchants and traders, of the City of Philadelphia. Gentlemen. The worthy and patriotic writer of the Farmer's letters, have clearly demonstrated, that the liberties of the British colonies in America, have been most cruely violated by th

Seven hints for all who will take them by a Church of England-man. [Philadelphia, July 17, 1770].

Seven hints for all who will take them by a Church of England-man. [Philadelphia, July 17, 1770].

A number of the subscribers to the non-importation agreement being of opinion that the sentiments of the subscribers to that agreement should be taken at a general meeting, whether an alteration shall be made therein. Conformable to the said agr

A number of the subscribers to the non-importation agreement being of opinion that the sentiments of the subscribers to that agreement should be taken at a general meeting, whether an alteration shall be made therein. Conformable to the said agr

Philadelphia, Thursday, Sept. 27, 1770. Many respectable freeholders and inhabitants of this City, justly alarmed at the resolutions formed by a number of the dry goods importers on Thursday last, at Davenport's tavern, which reflect dishonour o

Philadelphia, Thursday, Sept. 27, 1770. Many respectable freeholders and inhabitants of this City, justly alarmed at the resolutions formed by a number of the dry goods importers on Thursday last, at Davenport's tavern, which reflect dishonour o

Thursday, September 20, 1770. At this juncture, when measures are pursuing to dissolve the Union of the Colonies, every subscriber to our non-importation agreement, who wishes well to the liberties of his Country and the reputation of this City,

Thursday, September 20, 1770. At this juncture, when measures are pursuing to dissolve the Union of the Colonies, every subscriber to our non-importation agreement, who wishes well to the liberties of his Country and the reputation of this City,

To the inhabitants of the City and County of Philadelphia. Gentlemen. You are come here this day to determine whether you will be freemen or slaves. The New-Yorkers have betrayed a meaness and cowardice in deserting us in the present important j

To the inhabitants of the City and County of Philadelphia. Gentlemen. You are come here this day to determine whether you will be freemen or slaves. The New-Yorkers have betrayed a meaness and cowardice in deserting us in the present important j

Vue du port Philadelphie - dans l'Amérique - graveé d'aprés le tableau de Vernet / Vernet pinxit.

Vue du port Philadelphie - dans l'Amérique - graveé d'aprés le tableau de Vernet / Vernet pinxit.

Two letters A circular letter, from the late Committee of this City in the Committees of the other colonies. Philadelphia, September 25, 1770. Gentlemen. We are sorry to inform you that a number of our importers of the British merchandize ... ar

Two letters A circular letter, from the late Committee of this City in the Committees of the other colonies. Philadelphia, September 25, 1770. Gentlemen. We are sorry to inform you that a number of our importers of the British merchandize ... ar

To the tradesmen, farmers, and other inhabitants of the City and County of Philadelphia. And will you suffer the credit and liberties of the Province of Pennsylvania to be sacrificed to the interests of a few merchants in Philadelphia? ... [Sign

To the tradesmen, farmers, and other inhabitants of the City and County of Philadelphia. And will you suffer the credit and liberties of the Province of Pennsylvania to be sacrificed to the interests of a few merchants in Philadelphia? ... [Sign

To the public [acknowledgement of William Semple, Alexander Bartram, James Stuart, Robert Wilson that they have violated the non-importation agreement] Signed Philadelphia June 30, 1770. These are to certify that we did sign the above acknowledg

To the public [acknowledgement of William Semple, Alexander Bartram, James Stuart, Robert Wilson that they have violated the non-importation agreement] Signed Philadelphia June 30, 1770. These are to certify that we did sign the above acknowledg

We the shopkeepers of Philadelphia, and places adjacent, whose names are hereunto subscribed, labouring under many and great difficulties in the present languishing condition of trade in this City, partly owing to the unrestrained liberties of v

We the shopkeepers of Philadelphia, and places adjacent, whose names are hereunto subscribed, labouring under many and great difficulties in the present languishing condition of trade in this City, partly owing to the unrestrained liberties of v

To the merchants and other inhabitants of Pennsylvania. [Recommending canals between the Susquehanna and Schuylkill and the Chesapeake and the Delaware] [Signed] A friend to trade. Philadelphia. Dec. 13, 1771.

To the merchants and other inhabitants of Pennsylvania. [Recommending canals between the Susquehanna and Schuylkill and the Chesapeake and the Delaware] [Signed] A friend to trade. Philadelphia. Dec. 13, 1771.

An act for preventing tumults and riotous assemblies, and for the more speedy and affectual punishing the rioters. [Philadelphia 1771].

An act for preventing tumults and riotous assemblies, and for the more speedy and affectual punishing the rioters. [Philadelphia 1771].

Now in the press, and next week will be published, for the benefit of my fellow citizens and their posterity (In octavo) The true art of mixing every kind of wine and spirits, so as to retain the flavour of either sort you desire ... Also the tr

Now in the press, and next week will be published, for the benefit of my fellow citizens and their posterity (In octavo) The true art of mixing every kind of wine and spirits, so as to retain the flavour of either sort you desire ... Also the tr

To all farmers and tradesmen, who want good settlements for themselves and families, especially those lately arrived, or that may yet come, from Scotland or Ireland [Recommending Central New York] Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, at the New

To all farmers and tradesmen, who want good settlements for themselves and families, especially those lately arrived, or that may yet come, from Scotland or Ireland [Recommending Central New York] Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, at the New

To the printur of the Penselvaney Kronical mr. Godard. [Opposing the excise law] [Signed] Terence Sweep. [Philadelphia: Printed by William Goddard, October 1, 1772].

To the printur of the Penselvaney Kronical mr. Godard. [Opposing the excise law] [Signed] Terence Sweep. [Philadelphia: Printed by William Goddard, October 1, 1772].

To the freemen of Pennsylvania ... [On the excise law] [Signed] Civis. [Philadelphia 1772].

To the freemen of Pennsylvania ... [On the excise law] [Signed] Civis. [Philadelphia 1772].

A tradesman's address to his countrymen. [on the excise law] [Signed] A tradesman. Philadelphia, March 2, 1772.

A tradesman's address to his countrymen. [on the excise law] [Signed] A tradesman. Philadelphia, March 2, 1772.

To the inhabitants of the City of Philadelphia, and parts adjacent. Gentlemen. [Protest of the soap boilers against John Rhea's method of procuring ashes] Philadelphia 15th February 1772.

To the inhabitants of the City of Philadelphia, and parts adjacent. Gentlemen. [Protest of the soap boilers against John Rhea's method of procuring ashes] Philadelphia 15th February 1772.

Die artikel der Patriotischen gesellschaft der stadt und Caunty Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Gedruckt bey Henrich Miller, in der Reesstrasse. [1772].

Die artikel der Patriotischen gesellschaft der stadt und Caunty Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Gedruckt bey Henrich Miller, in der Reesstrasse. [1772].

To the Delaware Pilots [and] To Capt. Ayres [Philadelphia, 1773].

To the Delaware Pilots [and] To Capt. Ayres [Philadelphia, 1773].

To the freemen of America [on the tea tax] [Signed] Mucius. [Philadelphia, 1773].

To the freemen of America [on the tea tax] [Signed] Mucius. [Philadelphia, 1773].

A Card. The public presents their compliments to Messieurs James and Drinker---- We are informed that you have this day received your Commission to enslave your native Country; [Desiring to know if they intend to execute that commission?- That w

A Card. The public presents their compliments to Messieurs James and Drinker---- We are informed that you have this day received your Commission to enslave your native Country; [Desiring to know if they intend to execute that commission?- That w

To the Delaware pilots. We took the pleasure some days since, of kindly admonishing you to do your duty; if perchance you should meet with the (ea). Ship Polly, Captain Ayres; a three decker which is hourly expected .... to Capt. Ayres of the sh

To the Delaware pilots. We took the pleasure some days since, of kindly admonishing you to do your duty; if perchance you should meet with the (ea). Ship Polly, Captain Ayres; a three decker which is hourly expected .... to Capt. Ayres of the sh

Observations relative to the manufacture of paper and printed books in the Province of Pennysylvania. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Bell, 1773].

Observations relative to the manufacture of paper and printed books in the Province of Pennysylvania. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Bell, 1773].

Philadelphia, Monday, December 27, 1773. The unanimity, spirit and zeal, which have heretofore animated all the colonies, from Boston to South Carolina have been so eminently displayed in the opposition to the pernacious project of the East-Indi

Philadelphia, Monday, December 27, 1773. The unanimity, spirit and zeal, which have heretofore animated all the colonies, from Boston to South Carolina have been so eminently displayed in the opposition to the pernacious project of the East-Indi

[Diagrams of various electrical phenomena and title page of Experiments and observations on electricity]

[Diagrams of various electrical phenomena and title page of Experiments and observations on electricity]

Committee Chamber, December 6, 1774. [Resolves in regard to the 10th article of the Association of the General Congress, requiring the opening of all package of goods imported after December 1st, 1774] [Philadelphia, 1774].

Committee Chamber, December 6, 1774. [Resolves in regard to the 10th article of the Association of the General Congress, requiring the opening of all package of goods imported after December 1st, 1774] [Philadelphia, 1774].

Philadelphia, January 2, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, a free and impartial weekly news paper, to be entitled, The Pennsylvania Ledger, or the Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New-Jersey weekly advertiser; upon the following condition

Philadelphia, January 2, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, a free and impartial weekly news paper, to be entitled, The Pennsylvania Ledger, or the Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New-Jersey weekly advertiser; upon the following condition

The address of the Lords and Commons to his Majesty, on the present state of America, &c. From the London Gazettee, of February 11. ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Dunlap [1775].

The address of the Lords and Commons to his Majesty, on the present state of America, &c. From the London Gazettee, of February 11. ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Dunlap [1775].

A short and sincere declaration, to our Honorable Assembly, and all others in high or low station of administration, and to all friends and inhabitants of this Country, to whose sight this may come be they English or Germans [A Mennonites protes

A short and sincere declaration, to our Honorable Assembly, and all others in high or low station of administration, and to all friends and inhabitants of this Country, to whose sight this may come be they English or Germans [A Mennonites protes

Fresh intelligence. Monday. November 6, 1775. Williamsburg, (Virginia) Oct. 28. After Lord Dunmore, with his troops and the navy, had been for several weeks seizing the persons and property of his Majesty's peaceable subjects in this colony, on

Fresh intelligence. Monday. November 6, 1775. Williamsburg, (Virginia) Oct. 28. After Lord Dunmore, with his troops and the navy, had been for several weeks seizing the persons and property of his Majesty's peaceable subjects in this colony, on

A short and sincere declaration, to our Honorable Assembly, and all others in high or low station of administration, and to all friends and inhabitants of this Country, to whose sight this may come be they English or Germans [A Mennonites protes

A short and sincere declaration, to our Honorable Assembly, and all others in high or low station of administration, and to all friends and inhabitants of this Country, to whose sight this may come be they English or Germans [A Mennonites protes

The address of the Lords and Commons to his Majesty, on the present state of America, &c. From the London Gazettee, of February 11. ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Dunlap [1775].

The address of the Lords and Commons to his Majesty, on the present state of America, &c. From the London Gazettee, of February 11. ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Dunlap [1775].

... To the three generals, with Scotch orders, on their voyage to North-America. Sigillum veritatis simplicitas est. Critical and faithful extracts from Colonel Cavallier's memoirs of the war of the Cevennes; or Lower Langyedoc, in his own hand-

... To the three generals, with Scotch orders, on their voyage to North-America. Sigillum veritatis simplicitas est. Critical and faithful extracts from Colonel Cavallier's memoirs of the war of the Cevennes; or Lower Langyedoc, in his own hand-

Philadelphia, January 2, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, a free and impartial weekly news paper, to be entitled, The Pennsylvania Ledger, or the Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New-Jersey weekly advertiser; upon the following condition

Philadelphia, January 2, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, a free and impartial weekly news paper, to be entitled, The Pennsylvania Ledger, or the Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New-Jersey weekly advertiser; upon the following condition

... To the three generals, with Scotch orders, on their voyage to North-America. Sigillum veritatis simplicitas est. Critical and faithful extracts from Colonel Cavallier's memoirs of the war of the Cevennes; or Lower Langyedoc, in his own hand-

... To the three generals, with Scotch orders, on their voyage to North-America. Sigillum veritatis simplicitas est. Critical and faithful extracts from Colonel Cavallier's memoirs of the war of the Cevennes; or Lower Langyedoc, in his own hand-

Fresh intelligence. Monday. November 6, 1775. Williamsburg, (Virginia) Oct. 28. After Lord Dunmore, with his troops and the navy, had been for several weeks seizing the persons and property of his Majesty's peaceable subjects in this colony, on

Fresh intelligence. Monday. November 6, 1775. Williamsburg, (Virginia) Oct. 28. After Lord Dunmore, with his troops and the navy, had been for several weeks seizing the persons and property of his Majesty's peaceable subjects in this colony, on

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

In Council of Safety. December 5, 1776. Resolved that Messieurs Robert Bailey [and 42 others] be appointed to go round the several ward of this City and the Southern and Northern liberties, to collect all the Old Great Coats, coats, surtouts, Ja

In Council of Safety. December 5, 1776. Resolved that Messieurs Robert Bailey [and 42 others] be appointed to go round the several ward of this City and the Southern and Northern liberties, to collect all the Old Great Coats, coats, surtouts, Ja

In Council of Safety. Philadelphia, November 14th, 1776. 12 o'Clock, Thursday. Sir. We have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York three hundred ships for this City and that great numbers had got out of the Hook at

In Council of Safety. Philadelphia, November 14th, 1776. 12 o'Clock, Thursday. Sir. We have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York three hundred ships for this City and that great numbers had got out of the Hook at

United States Lottery. No. [blank] class the first : This ticket entiles [sic] the bearer to receive such prize as may be drawn against its number, according to a resolution of Congress, passed at Philadelphia, November 18, 1776.

United States Lottery. No. [blank] class the first : This ticket entiles [sic] the bearer to receive such prize as may be drawn against its number, according to a resolution of Congress, passed at Philadelphia, November 18, 1776.

Philadelphie,

Philadelphie,

Philadelphia, May 6th, 1776. Lately printed, published and now selling by Robert Bell, in Third Street (Price three dollars. The military guide for young officers ... By Thomas Simes ... [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Bell, 1776].

Philadelphia, May 6th, 1776. Lately printed, published and now selling by Robert Bell, in Third Street (Price three dollars. The military guide for young officers ... By Thomas Simes ... [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Bell, 1776].

In Council of Safety. December 5, 1776. Resolved that Messieurs Robert Bailey [and 42 others] be appointed to go round the several ward of this City and the Southern and Northern liberties, to collect all the Old Great Coats, coats, surtouts, Ja

In Council of Safety. December 5, 1776. Resolved that Messieurs Robert Bailey [and 42 others] be appointed to go round the several ward of this City and the Southern and Northern liberties, to collect all the Old Great Coats, coats, surtouts, Ja

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

Philadelphia, May 6th, 1776. Lately printed, published and now selling by Robert Bell, in Third Street (Price three dollars. The military guide for young officers ... By Thomas Simes ... [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Bell, 1776].

Philadelphia, May 6th, 1776. Lately printed, published and now selling by Robert Bell, in Third Street (Price three dollars. The military guide for young officers ... By Thomas Simes ... [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Bell, 1776].

In Council of Safety. Philadelphia, November 14th, 1776. 12 o'Clock, Thursday. Sir. We have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York three hundred ships for this City and that great numbers had got out of the Hook at

In Council of Safety. Philadelphia, November 14th, 1776. 12 o'Clock, Thursday. Sir. We have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York three hundred ships for this City and that great numbers had got out of the Hook at

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

Philadelphia, May 6th, 1776. Just printed, published and now selling by R. Bell. in Third Street (Price ten shillings neatly bound) The diseases incident to armies. With the method of cure. Tr. from the original of Baron Van Swieten ... [Philade

Philadelphia, May 6th, 1776. Just printed, published and now selling by R. Bell. in Third Street (Price ten shillings neatly bound) The diseases incident to armies. With the method of cure. Tr. from the original of Baron Van Swieten ... [Philade

At a meeting of a number of the Citizens of Philadelphia, at the Philosophical Society's Hall, November the 2d, Samuel Howell, Chairman. Jonathan B. Smith, Secretary. It was unanimously resolved, to publish the following address to the inhabitan

At a meeting of a number of the Citizens of Philadelphia, at the Philosophical Society's Hall, November the 2d, Samuel Howell, Chairman. Jonathan B. Smith, Secretary. It was unanimously resolved, to publish the following address to the inhabitan

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Friday, October 27, 1775. Philadelphia: Printed by Hall & Sellers. [1776].

His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Friday, October 27, 1775. Philadelphia: Printed by Hall & Sellers. [1776].

At a meeting of a number of the Citizens of Philadelphia, at the Philosophical Society's Hall, November the 2d, Samuel Howell, Chairman. Jonathan B. Smith, Secretary. It was unanimously resolved, to publish the following address to the inhabitan

At a meeting of a number of the Citizens of Philadelphia, at the Philosophical Society's Hall, November the 2d, Samuel Howell, Chairman. Jonathan B. Smith, Secretary. It was unanimously resolved, to publish the following address to the inhabitan

Philadelphia, May 6th, 1776. Just printed, published and now selling by R. Bell. in Third Street (Price ten shillings neatly bound) The diseases incident to armies. With the method of cure. Tr. from the original of Baron Van Swieten ... [Philade

Philadelphia, May 6th, 1776. Just printed, published and now selling by R. Bell. in Third Street (Price ten shillings neatly bound) The diseases incident to armies. With the method of cure. Tr. from the original of Baron Van Swieten ... [Philade

Bey einer versammlung einer anzahl Philadelphischer Bürger, gehalten auf dem Saal der Philosophischen Gesellscaft, den 8ten November, 1776 unter vorsitz Herrn Peter Chevalier. Wurde einmüthig brschlossen. Dass folgende Verhaltungs Vorschriften a

Bey einer versammlung einer anzahl Philadelphischer Bürger, gehalten auf dem Saal der Philosophischen Gesellscaft, den 8ten November, 1776 unter vorsitz Herrn Peter Chevalier. Wurde einmüthig brschlossen. Dass folgende Verhaltungs Vorschriften a

Bey einer versammlung einer anzahl Philadelphischer Bürger, gehalten auf dem Saal der Philosophischen Gesellscaft, den 8ten November, 1776 unter vorsitz Herrn Peter Chevalier. Wurde einmüthig brschlossen. Dass folgende Verhaltungs Vorschriften a

Bey einer versammlung einer anzahl Philadelphischer Bürger, gehalten auf dem Saal der Philosophischen Gesellscaft, den 8ten November, 1776 unter vorsitz Herrn Peter Chevalier. Wurde einmüthig brschlossen. Dass folgende Verhaltungs Vorschriften a

Journals of Congress : Wednesday, August 14, 1776.

Journals of Congress : Wednesday, August 14, 1776.

His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Friday, October 27, 1775. Philadelphia: Printed by Hall & Sellers. [1776].

His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Friday, October 27, 1775. Philadelphia: Printed by Hall & Sellers. [1776].

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in chief, &c. &c. &c. Proclamation. Whereas unrestrained liberty of landing or bringing into this Cityrum, brandy and other spirituous liquors, for sale, may be attended with

[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in chief, &c. &c. &c. Proclamation. Whereas unrestrained liberty of landing or bringing into this Cityrum, brandy and other spirituous liquors, for sale, may be attended with

All gentlemen sailors, desirous of rendering themselves useful to their Country, let them repair on board His Majesty's armed ship the Vigilant, Captain Christian, commander. Where they will be received, and every indulgence given that their mer

All gentlemen sailors, desirous of rendering themselves useful to their Country, let them repair on board His Majesty's armed ship the Vigilant, Captain Christian, commander. Where they will be received, and every indulgence given that their mer

Philadelphia, December 8, 1777. Regulations under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief. &C. &c. &c ... By order of His

Philadelphia, December 8, 1777. Regulations under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief. &C. &c. &c ... By order of His

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

All gentlemen sailors, desirous of rendering themselves useful to their Country, let them repair on board His Majesty's armed ship the Vigilant, Captain Christian, commander. Where they will be received, and every indulgence given that their mer

All gentlemen sailors, desirous of rendering themselves useful to their Country, let them repair on board His Majesty's armed ship the Vigilant, Captain Christian, commander. Where they will be received, and every indulgence given that their mer

[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c &c Proclamation [That punishment will be inflicted on anyone taking property unwarrantedly, offering it for sale or purchasing from soldiers] Given under my h

[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c &c Proclamation [That punishment will be inflicted on anyone taking property unwarrantedly, offering it for sale or purchasing from soldiers] Given under my h

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia ... By order of Major General Arnold. Lewis Nicola, T. N. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken 1777].

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia ... By order of Major General Arnold. Lewis Nicola, T. N. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken 1777].

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia ... By order of Major General Arnold. Lewis Nicola, T. N. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken 1777].

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia ... By order of Major General Arnold. Lewis Nicola, T. N. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken 1777].