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Some proposals for a second settlement in the province of Pennsylvania

William Penn

Some proposals for a second settlement in the province of Pennsylvania

by William Penn

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Published by Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle ... in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pennsylvania -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] William Penn
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2234:9
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15408944M

      The history of Pennsylvania from its earliest settlement to the present time - Kindle edition by Carpenter, William Henry, Arthur, Timothy Shay. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The history of Pennsylvania from its earliest settlement to the present s: 5. Conversations on the history of Massachusetts, from its settlement to the present period; for the use of schools and families. By a friend of youth. (Boston, Munroe & Francis, ), by Mary Clark (page images at HathiTrust) Grandfather's chair. Part I. (New York, Maynard, Merrill & co., [c]), by Nathaniel Hawthorne (page images at HathiTrust).

    PENN, Thomas; second son of the founder of Pennsylvania by his second wife, was born in England March 8, He was in the province from to , representing his brothers, John and Richard; in he inherited the rights of the former. About he married a daughter of the Earl of Pomfret. APA citation style: Sandby, P. & Pownall, T. () A view of Bethlem, the great Moravian settlement in the province of Pennsylvania Vue de Bethlem, principal etablissement des Freres Moraves dans la province de Pennsylvania / / sketch'd on the spot by his excellency, Governor Pownal ; painted & engraved by Paul hem Pennsylvania United States,

    Early Settlement. Pennsylvania as described in [1] The earliest settlements made by Europeans within the limits of Pennsylvania were by a colony of Swedes, who in the year purchased from the natives the land upon the western shore of Delaware River and Bay, from Cape Henlopen to the falls opposite the present city of , John Prinz, the Swedish governor, erected for his. By the Honourable George Thomas, Esq; lieutenant governor and commander in chief of the province of Pennsylvania A proclamation. Whereas by the express order of the Hon. the Proprietaries, no warrant or license has issued out of the land office for taking up or settling any lands in the county of Lancaster, to the westward of the Kittochtinny-Hills otherwise called the Endless or Blue.


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Reproduction of original in the Friends' Library (London, England) (DLPS) A (vid) (Aleph) (stc). Some proposals for a second settlement in the province of Pennsylvania [by] William Penn. By William Penn. Abstract.

1 sheet ([1] p.).Imperfect: uction of original in the Friends' Library (London, EnglandAuthor: William Penn. Some proposals for a second settlement in the province of Pennsylvania [by] William Penn. ([London]: Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle), by William Penn (HTML at EEBO TCP) Good order established in Pennsilvania & New-Jersey in America, being a true account of the country; with its produce and commodities there made.

He made this plan, titled "Some Proposals for a Second Settlement in the Province of Pennsylvania" public in England in The route envisioned by Penn was a road up the west bank of the Schuylkill to the mouth of French Creek near present-day Phoenixville heading west to the Susquehanna via present day Lancaster and a Susquehanna tributary.

The area experienced two main settlement periods of Scotch-Irish. During the s–s, second- and third-generation Scotch-Irish Americans moved from Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina. This particular group had large families, and as a group they produced goods for themselves and for others.

They generally were Patriots. Original Purchases Register - Register of Original Purchasers of rights to land in Pennsylvania who bought land directly from William Penn Patent Indexes - Index to land records by name of patentee, Philadelphia Old Rights (Index) - Index to warrants, surveys and returns filed for lands in Philadelphia County, generally prior to   Pennsylvania’s capital, Philadelphia, was the site of the first and second Continental Congresses in andthe latter of which produced.

It was through this region, that the Indians had their common course, in carrying their furs and skins from the west to the east, as may be learned from a proposal made by William Penn, infor a second settlement in the province of Pennsylvania. Page - The History of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the Original Institution and Settlement of that Province, under the first Proprietor and Governor William Penn, intill after the Yearwith an Introduction, respecting The Life of W.

‎Reviews: 1. The Province of Pennsylvania, also known as the Pennsylvania Colony, was founded in English North America by William Penn on March 4, as dictated in a royal charter granted by King Charles name Pennsylvania, which translates roughly as "Penn's Woods", was created by combining the Penn surname (in honor of William's father, Admiral Sir William Penn) with the Latin word sylvania.

The Penn's Creek massacre was an Octo raid by Lenape (Delaware) Native Americans on a settlement along Penn's Creek, a tributary of the Susquehanna River in central Pennsylvania.

It was the first of a series of deadly raids on Pennsylvania settlements by Native Americans allied with the French in the French and Indian War.

Of the 26 settlers they found living on Penn's Creek, the. Pennsylvania Archives, Eighth Series: In eight volumes, this series reprints the eighteenth- century edition of Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Province of Pennsylvania, The first five volumes bear the name of Gertrude MacKinney as editor, and the last three the name of Dr.

Charles F. Hoban. Issued of Pennsylvania by English settlers between andwhile Governor Edmund Andros ruled New York as the Duke's representative. According to Proud, "The first most considerable settlement in Pennsyl-vania proper is said to have been near the lower falls of the river Delaware, in Bucks county some of.

This marks the first permanent settlement by Europeans in Pennsylvania. InDutch troops, under the command of Governor Peter Stuyvesant of New Amsterdam (New York), took control of the Swedish colony and held it until the British Duke of York seized control of it and all of New Amsterdam in It is extremely important to have a Pennsylvania Family Settlement Agreement prepared by an experienced PA probate lawyer.

The second way to close an estate in PA is to file an accounting with the local county Orphans’ Court. The executor or administrator must file a legal breakdown of the estate assets and expenses. Pennsylvania was the second state to ratify the Constitution, partly due to the expectation that the capital of the new nation might come to the state.

In fact, the national capital was Philadelphia from untilat which time it was moved to Washington, D.C. Selected Letters from the Letter-Book of Richard Hockley, of Philadelphia, {Concluded.) Pennsylvania Soldiers of the Revolution entitled to Depreciation Pay.

(Concluded.), Penn's Proposals for a Second Settlement in the Province of Penn sylvania. (Facsimile.) Francis Campbell. By Charles II. Browning. The settlement around Philadelphia experienced rapid growth.

Within a year, crops were being harvested, and the surplus was shipped for export. When Penn arrived in late to take up the governorship, he was pleased to see that the settlement had already prospered. Bythe population of Pennsylvania had reached 9,Soderlund, Document #15 Some Account of the Province of Pennsylvania, This is the complete text of Penn's pamphlet.

This is the complete text of Penn's pamphlet. [8] Kane, Harriet F., 'Notes on Early Pennsylvania Promotion Literature,' Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 63 () pp. It is composed of sand, mixed with clay and water-worn pebbles. The mountainous districts, on the eastern and western boundaries, contain aboutacres.

The staple agricultural products are wheat, rye, corn, and oats. Some attention has been paid to the cultivation of the mulberry. * The old settlers pronounce this word Conny-co-jig.