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Historic Electric City sign, restored in 2008, shines again. Scranton, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Colony Laws and Statutes, 1652-92, List of "Acts of the Politinate and Lords"

A new map of Virginia, Maryland, and the improved parts of Pennsylvania & New Jersey.

A mapp of ye improved part of Pensilvania in America, divided into countyes, townships, and lotts /

A map of the improved part of the Province of Pennsilvania in America : begun by Wil. Penn, Proprietary & Governour thereof anno 1681 /

A mapp of ye improved part of Pensilvania in America, divided into countyes, townships, and lotts /

A mapp of ye improved part of Pensilvania in America, divided into countyes, townships, and lotts /

Fac-simile of Holmes-map of the province of Pennsylvania : with the names of the original purchasers from William Penn, begun in 1681.

By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, Captain General and Governor in Chief of their Majesties Province of New-York, Province of Pennsylvania, County of New-Castle, and the Territories and tracts of land depending theron in America, and vice-admi

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

[Circular to County assessor. 170-].

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

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

A new map of Virginia, Maryland, and the improved parts of Pennsylvania & New Jersey.

Plano del puerto y dl. y Río d. Guayaquil sacado a lwz[?] pr. el Capn. y Piloto Dn. Juan d. Herue, capn. dl. Navio d. S Md., el Sr. Sn. Jph. Alias, el peruano sondado con proligd. y particular cuidado las sondas qe. señala en este plano pa. qe. sirua a los Nav. d. S. Md. qe. D. Gde. /

Carte nouvelle de l'Amérique Angloise, contenant la Virginie, Mary-Land, Caroline, Pensylvania, Nouvelle Iorck, N:Iarsey, N. France, et les terres nouvellement découerte dressé sur les relations les plus nouvelles.

Nova tabula geographica complectens borealiorem Americæ partem, in qua exacte delineatæ sunt Canada sive Nova Francia, Nova Scotia, Nova Anglia, Novum Belgium, Pensylvania, Virginia, Carolina, et Terra Nova.

A new map of Virginia, Mary-Land, and the improved parts of Pennsylvania & New Jersey.

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 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

Pensylvania, Nova Jersey et Nova York cum regionibus ad Fluvium Delaware in America sitis /

[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

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

A Map of the western parts of the province of Pennsylvania, Virginia, &c.

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].

George Washington's map, accompanying his "journal to the Ohio", 1754.

Captain Snow's sketch.

Captain Snow's scetch of the country by himself, and the best accounts he could receive from the Indian traders.

Labour in vain: or an attempt to wash the Black-Moor white. Humbly inscrib'd to the author of the Chronicle. [1755?].

A sketch of the field of battle with the disposition of the troops in the beginning of the engagement of the 9th of July on the Monongahela 7 miles from Fort Du Quesne.

Labour in vain: or an attempt to wash the Black-Moor white. Humbly inscrib'd to the author of the Chronicle. [1755?].

Partie de l'Amérique septentrionale, qui comprend le cours de l'Ohio, la Nlle. Angleterre, la Nlle York, le New Jersey, la Pensylvanie, le Maryland, la Virginie, la Caroline.

Mr. Armstrong's rough draft of the country to the west of Susquehanna.

Copy of a sketch of the Monongahela, with the field of battle,

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].

Plano de Philadelphia.

A map of the province of Pensilvania /

General Forbes' route on the march against Fort Du Quesne, 1758 : this map is a copy of the original map, "General Forbes' marching jurnal [sic] to the Ohio J. Potts" in the collection of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania /

To the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn, Esqrs., true & absolute proprietaries & Governours of the Province of Pennsylvania & counties of New-Castle, Kent & Sussex on Delaware this map of the improved part of the Province of Pennsylvania. /

Regni Mexicani seu Novæ Hispaniæ, Ludovicianæ, N. Angliæ, Carolinæ, Virginæ et Pensylvaniæ necnon insvlarvm archipelagi Mexicani in America Septentrionali,

[Braddock's route, 1755, Fort Cumberland to Fort Pitt.

Plan and perspective view of Pittsburgh.

B. Franklin of Philadelphia - L.L.D. F.R.S. / B. Wilson pinxt. ; Js McArdell fecit.

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,

Map of a route through south west Pennsylvania from Fort Loudon, Franklin Co. to Fort Pitt, Pittsburgh.

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

A general map of the middle British colonies in America viz. Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pensilvania, New-Jersey, New York, Connecticut & Rhode-Island: Of Aquanishuonigy the country of the confederate Indians comprehending Aquanishuonigy proper, their places of residence, Ohio & Thuchsochruntie their deer hunting countries, Couchsachrage & Skaniadarade their beaver hunting countries, of the Lakes Erie, Ontario and Champlain. Wherein is also shewn the antient & present seats of the Indian nations; carefully copied from the original published at Philadelphia,

A general map of the country on the Ohio and Muskingham showing the situation of the Indian-towns with respect to the Army under the command of Colonel Bouquet March of His Majesty's troops from Fort Pitt to the forts of Muskingham in 1764 / / Tho. Hutchins.

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.

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

A plan of the west line or parallel of latitude, which is the boundary between the provinces of Maryland and Pensylvania : a plan of the boundary lines between the province of Maryland and the Three Lower Counties on Delaware with part of the parallel of latitude which is the boundary between the provinces of Maryland and Pennsylvania /

The mode of elections considered. In Pennsylvania government, the representatives are chosen by ballot; and each elector is furnished with a ticket, by some one or other of the friends, agents, attornies, solicitors, or acquaintances of each can

[Arms] By the Honourable Cadwallader Colden, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor, and Commander in chief of the Province of New-York, and the territories depending thereon in America. A proclamation Whereas a certain seditious and libelous pa

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

... 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].

[Survey of region embraced by Somerset, Bedford, and Fulton Counties and including Cumberland, Md.

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].

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

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

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

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 Honorable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn, Esquires, true and absolute proprietaries and Governors of the Province of Pennsylvania and the territories thereunto belonging and to the Honorable John Penn, Esquire, Lieutenant-Governor of the same, this map. Of the Province of Pennsylvania.

New York. May 17, 1770. Advertisement. The subscribers to the non-importation agreement, are desired to meet at the Exchange tomorrow morning, prvisely at 11 o'clock to consider of a letter recieved from Philadelphia, relative to the non-importa

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.

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

A general map of the middle British colonies in America, viz. Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pensilvania, New-Jersey, New York, Connecticut & Rhode-Island: of Aquanishuonigy the country of the confederate Indians comprehending Aquanishuonigy proper, their places of residence, Ohio & Thuchsochruntie their deer hunting countries, Couchsachrage & Skaniadarade their beaver hunting countries, of the Lakes Erie, Ontario and Champlain. Wherein is also shewn the antient & present seats of the Indian nations. Carefully copied from the original published at Philadelphia, by Mr. Lewis Evans.

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

Nieuwe en nauwkeurige kaart van een gedeelte van Noord Amerika, behelzende Nieuw Engeland, New York, Pensylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, een stuk van Virginia, Kanada en Halifax, ter opheldering der reizen van den Heer P. Kalm.

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].

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.

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

[Number III.] A letter to the majority of the General Assembly of Liliput. Gentlemen. Though a free people may for while submit to the influence of their rulers, yet there is a time when they will awake from their lethgary, when the spirit of pa

Nieuwe en nauwkeurige kaart van een gedeelte van Noord Amerika, behelzende Nieuw Engeland, New York, Pensylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, een stuk van Virginia, Kanada en Halifax, ter opheldering der reizen van den Heer P. Kalm.

To the Delaware Pilots [and] To Capt. Ayres [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

Boston, December 1, 1773. Gentlemen, The Committee of correspondence for this Town had just prepared their letter covering the proceedings of the town at their two late meetings of the 5th and 18th ultimo, when a ship arrived from London with pa

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

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