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thenee continued by Adjournments to the Twenty-fourth
day of February, 1770.

Folio. H*H * sellers, Phllaaelphla, 1770

384 Pennsylvania, Laws of. Anno Regni Georgii III Regis.

Undecime. At a General Assembly of the Province of
Pennsylvania, Begun and holden at Philadelphia, the Four-
teenth Day of October, Anno Domini 1770 .... and from
thence continued by Adjournments to the Ninth day of
March, 1771.
jiQlio HaU & SaUerB, Fhlladelphla, 177 1



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The Rare Dunlap Laws.

385 Pennsylvania, I,aws of. Anno Regni Georgii III Regis.
.... Duodecimo. At a General Assembly of the Province
of Pennsylvania, begun and holden at Philadelphia the Four-
teenth day of Oct., Anno Domini 1771, and from thence con-
tinued by Adjournments to the twenty-first day of March.

Polio, half moroooo, unout. Hall * SeUers, Philadelphia, 1772

386 Pennsylvania. The Session L,aws of, as follows : The
Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn-
sylvania. Enacted into Laws since the Declaration of Inde-
pendence, on the 4th Day of July, 1776. Philadelphia: John
Dunlap, 1779.

1 Laws enacted at the First sitting of the First General As-
sembly of Pennsylvania, which began at Philadelphia, Nov.
28, 1776, and was continued by Adjournments to March 21,
1777. Title and pp. 50.

2 Laws enacted at the Second sitting ot the First General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia the 12th
Day of Maj^ 1777, and continued to the 19th day of June in
the same year. 19 pp.

3 Laws enacted in General Assembly .... held at Phila-
delphia the 1 2th day of May, 1777, and continued by ad-
journment to Lancaster, until the 14th Day of Oct., 1777.
(Lancaster: F. Bailey.) Title and pp. 51-68.

4 Laws enacted in the Second General Assembly .... at
the sitting which began at Lancaster on the 27th day of
October, 1777, and continued by adjournment to the 2d day
of January, 1778. (Lancaster: John Dunlap.) pp. 69-100.

5 Laws enacted in the Second sitting of the Second General
Assembly .... which began at Lancaster the i8th day of
February, 1778. pp. 101-132.

6 Laws enacted in the Third sitting of the Second General
Assembly .... which began at Lancaster .... the 13th
day of May, 1778. pp. 133-136.

7 Laws enacted at the fourth sitting of the Second General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia on the
4th day of Aug. , 1778. pp. 137-164.

8 Laws enacted at the third General Assembly .... which
met at Philadelphia the 26th day of Oct., 1778, and in the
third year of the Independence of the United States of
North America, pp. 165-176-178.



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9 I^aws enacted in the Second sitting of the Third General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the first day of Feb., 1779, and continued to the fifth day of
April of the same year. pp. 177-228.

10 I,aws enacted in the third sitting of the Third General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 30th day of Aug., 1779. pp. 229-260.

1 1 lyaws enacted in the First Sitting of the Fourth General
Assembly .... which met at Philadelphia .... the 25th
day of Oct., 1779. pp. 261-282.

12 I,aws enacted in the Second Sitting of the Fourth General
Assembly .... which met at Philadelphia .... the 19th
day of January, 1780. pp. 283-366.

13 Laws enacted in the Third Sitting of the Fourth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
on the loth Day of May, 1780. pp. 367-384.

14 Laws enacted in the Fourth Sitting of the Fourth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the First day of September, 1780. pp. 385-396.

15 Laws enacted at the First Sitting of the Fifth General
Assembly .... which met at Philadelphia .... the 23rd
day of October, 1780. pp. 397-418.

16 Laws enacted in the Second Sitting of the Fifth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 6th day of February, 1781. pp. 419-458 (originally
printed 395 to 434).

17 Laws enacted in the Third Sitting of the Fifth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 24th day of May, 1781. pp. 459-476.

18 Laws enacted in the Fourth Sitting of the Fifth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 4th day of September, 1781. pp. 477-488.

Bound in 1 volume. Folio, ha]f morocco.

The excessively rare Session Laws of Pennsylvania passed
during the Revolution, and commonly known as the " Dunlap
Laws," although the Assembly was obliged to meet at Lancas-
ter during a part of the years 7777 and 1778 on account of the
British occupancy of Philadelphia at that iim.e, and which
resulted in Francis Baily printing one of the' Session Laws.
This is the com.plete volume, with all its peculiarities in pagi-
nation and all the title pages. Only a few copies known.



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387 Pennsylvania Session Laws, as follows : Laws enacted in
the Sixth General Assembly of Pennsylvania by the Repre-
sentatives of the Freemen of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl-
vania at the sitting which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 22nd day of October and continued by adjournment to
.... the 28th day of December, 1781. Philadelphia :
Hall & Sellers, 1782.

1 Laws Enacted at the Sixth General Assembly, pp. 8.

2 Laws enacted at the Second Sitting of the Sixth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the nth Day of February, 1782. pp. 9-83.

3 Laws enacted at the Third Sitting of the Sixth General
Assembly .... which commenced .... the ist Day of
August, 1782. pp. 85-1 1 1.

4 Laws Enacted at the Seventh General Assembly .... of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at the sitting which
commenced at Philadelphia . . . the 28th day of October
and Continued by Adjournment .... to the 4th day of
December, 1782. pp. 1 13-126.

5 Laws enacted in the Second Sitting of the Seventh Gen-
eral Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia
.... the 15th day of January, 1783. pp. 127-184.

6 Laws enacted in the Third Sitting of the Seventh General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 14th day of August, .... 1782. pp. 185-254 and
table.

7 Laws enacted in the First Sitting of the Eighth General

Assembly which commenced at Philadelphia

.... the 27th day of October, 1783. pp. 255-271.
(Printed by Thomas Bradford.)

8 Laws enacted in the Second Sitting of the Eighth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 13th day of January, 1784. pp. 271-369. (Printed by
Thomas Bradford.)

9 Laws enacted in the Third Sitting of the Eighth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 20th Day of July, 1784. pp. 371-400 and table.



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10 I,aws enacted in the First Sitting of the Ninth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 25th Day of October, 1784. pp. 401-415 and table.

1 1 Laws enacted in the Second Sitting of the Ninth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 1st Day of February, 1785. pp. 417-587, and table 4 pp.

12 I^aws enacted in the Third Sitting of the Ninth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 23d Day of August, 1785. pp. 589-704, table 3 pp., and
Contemporary Index in manuscript.

Bound in 1 TOl. Folio, half mocorco.

Excessively rare.



388 PENNSYI.VANIA. Session Laws of, as follows :

1 Laws enacted at the First Sitting of the Tenth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 24th day of October, 1785. pp. 8 and table.

2 Laws Enacted at the Second Sitting of the Tenth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 2ist day of February, 1786. pp. 9-87 and table 4 pp.

3 Laws enacted at the Third Sitting of the Tenth General
Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia ....
the 22d day of August, 1786. pp. 89-179 and table 3 pp.

4 Laws Enacted at the First Sitting of the Eleventh Gen-
eral Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia
.... the 23d day of October, 1786. pp. 181-194 and
table.

5 Laws Enacted in the Second Sitting of the Eleventh Gen-
eral Assembly . . . which commenced at Philadelphia . . .
the 20th day of February, 1787. pp. 195-313- Supplement
to the Bankrupt Law. pp. 12, and table, 4 pp.

6 Laws enacted in the Third Sitting of the Eleventh Gen-
eral Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia
.... the Fourth Day of September, 1787. pp. 315-400,
and table 2 pp.



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7 Laws Enacted in the First Sitting of the Twelfth General
eral Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia
.... the 22nd Day of October, 1787. pp. 401-404, and
table.

8 Laws enacted at the Second Sitting of the Twelfth Gen-
eral Assembly . . . which commenced at Philadelphia . . .
the 19th Day of February, 1788. pp. 404-454, and table 2 pp.

9 Laws enacted in the Third Sitting of the Twelfth Gen-
eral Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia
.... the 2nd day of September, 1788. pp. 455-537, and
table 2 pp.

Bound in iTOl. Folio, half morocco, gilt. PWladelpMa

Excessively rare.



389 Pennsylvania. The Session Laws of, as follows :

1 Laws enacted at the First Sitting of the Thirteenth Gen-
eral Assembly .... which commenced at Philadelphia
.... the 27th day of October, 1788. pp. 8.

2 Laws of the Thirteenth General Assembly

enacted in the Second Sitting, which commenced at Phila-
delphia .... the Third day of February, 1789. pp. 9-103,
and table 4 pp.

3 Laws of the Thirteenth General Assembly ....
enacted in the Third Sitting, which commenced at Philadel-
phia .... the Eighteenth day of August, 1789. pp.
105-203, and table 3 pp.

4 Laws of the Fourteenth General Assembly ....
enacted in the First Sitting, which commenced at Philadel-
phia .... the 26th day of October, 1789. pp. 205-232,
and table 2 pp.

5 Laws of the Fourteenth General Assembly ....
enacted in the Second Sitting, which commenced at Phila-
delphia .... the 2nd day of February, 1790. pp. 233-
314, and table 4 pp.

Bound In 1 vol. Folio, half morocco. Philadelphia

Excessively rare.



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390 Pennsyi^vania. Minutes of the First Session of the
Eighth General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl-
vania, which commenced at Philadelphia the 27th Day of
Oct., 1783.

Folio. Original cover, uncut. Philadelphia, 1783

Lacks last leaf.

391 Pennsylvania. Tagenbuch von der Ersten Sitzung Der
Zehnten General Assembly der republikPennsylvanien, 1785.

Folio, uncut. Leibert & Billmeyer, trermantown

Lacks last leaf.

392 Pennsylvania. Journalsof the House of Representatives
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Beginning the twen-
ty-Eighth Day of November, 1776, and Ending the Second
Day of October, 1781, with the Proceedings of the Several
Committees and Conventions before and at the Commence-
ment of the American Revolution. Vol.1. (All published.)

Folio, half bound. Philadelphia : Pi-inted by John Dunlap, 1782

The first fournals of the House of Representatives of Penn-
sylvania unde? a republican form of government. A fine tall
copy. Scarce in any condition. Only two hundred copies were
published.

393 Pennsylvania. An Act for the Regulation of the Militia
of the Commonwealth of. Lancaster, 1807. — And Regula-
tions for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United
States. With plates. Lancaster, 1807. In i vol.

12mo, sheep.

394 Pennsylvania. A Brief View of the Accounts of the
Treasury of Pennsylvania, from the time of the Commence-
ment of the Revolution to the Fifth of Oct., 1781. Ex-
tracted from the Books of the Comptroller-General and by
him laid before the General Assembly. Agreeable to the
directions contained in the Seventeenth Section of the Act
for Methodizing the Department of Accounts, Passed the
i^th Day of April, 1782, etc.

8V0, sheep. Philadelphia, 1764

Contains seventeen books with different imprints containing
the accounts of Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Lancaster, York,
Cumberland, Berks, Northampton, Bedford, Northumberland,
Westmoreland and Washington Counties, and rolls of malitia.
a. d. s. of David Rittenhouse inserted. Very rare.

•3Q5 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Loan Exhi-
bition of Historical Portraits. Dec. i, 1887 ; Jan. 15, 1888.
Catalogue (by Chas. H. Hart).

12mo, half russia. Philadelphia, 1887

(6)



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396 Pennsylvania. An Act for the Regulation of the MiHtia
of the Commonwealth of. Lancaster, 1807. — And Regula-
tions for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the
United States. Lancaster, 1807. Bound together.

12mo, sheep.

397 Pennsylvania. An Address to the Inhabitants of Penn-
sylvania, by those Freemen of the City of Philadelphia, who
are now confined in the Mason's Lodge, by Virtue of a gen-
eral Warrant signed in Council by the Vice President of the
Council of Pennsylvania.

8vo, half morocco. Philadelphia printed, London reprinted, 1777

398 Pennsylvania. An Answer To an invidious Pamphlet
intituled, A Brief State of the Province of Pennsylvania.
Wherein are exposed The many false Assertions of the
Author or Authors, of the said Pamphlet, with a View to
render the Quakers of Pennsylvania and their Government
obnoxious to the British Parliament and Ministry, and the
Several Transactions most grosly misrepresented therein,
set in their true light.

8vo, full light calf, gilt, inside dentelle borders, gilt edges.

London; printed for S. Bladdon, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1755

With bookplate of Henry Stevens. Rare.

399 Pennsylvania. An die Deutschen Bauern in Pennsyl-
vanien.

8vo, half morocco, uncut. N. P., N. D.

An address to the Germans against Jno. A. Schulze when
a candidate for Governor.

400 Pennsylvania, and the Federal Constitution, 1787- 1788
Edited by Jno. Bach McMaster and Frederick D. Stone
Illustrated with etched portraits.

8vo, cloth, top edge gilt, uncut. Philadelphia, 1888

401 Pennsylvania. An Historical Account of the Rise, Prog
ress and Present State of the Canal Navigation in Pennsyl-
vania, with an Appendix containing Abstracts of the Act
of the Legislature from the year 1790 and their Grants of
Money for improving Roads and Navigable Waters through- ■
out the State. With large folding map.

Small 4to, half morocco, uncut. Philadelphia, 1795

Fine copy. Very scarce with the map.

402 Pennsylvania. A Pleasant Perigrination through the
Prettiest Part of Pennsylvania, Performed by Peregrine
Prolix.

16mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1836

Some views of Philadelphia inserted.



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403 Pennsylvania Archives. Second Series. Portraits.
Maps and Facsimiles. Vols, i to 19 and Supplement to vol. 7.

20 vols. 8vo, half morocco. Harrisburg, 1874-1890

404 Pennsylvania Archives. Third Series. Vols, i, 2, 3 and
23-

4 vols. 8vo, half morocco. Harrisburg, 1891

405 Pennsylvania Archives. Fourth Series, containing Pa-
pers of the Governors. 1682-1902. Illiistrated.

12 vols. Svo, half russia, gilt, gilt edges. Harrisburg, 1900-02

405^^ Another Copy.

12 vols. Svo, half russia, gilt, gilt edges.

406 Pennsylvania at Chickamauga and Chattanooga
Ceremonies at the Dedication of the Monuments. Illustrated

8vo, half russia, gilt, gilt edges. Harrisburg, 1897

407 Pennsylvania. Atlas of the State of.

Folio, half roan. New York, 1901

408 Pennsylvania Bar Association. Report of the Second
Annual Meeting of the. Held at Bedford Springs, Pa., July
8 and 9, 1896. Illustrated.

Svo, half morocco, gilt, top edge gilt, uncut. Philadelphia, 1S9«

409 Pennsylvania. Bericht uber den Gegenstand von Erzie-
hung verlesen in Senat von Pennsylvanien. Marz i, 1822.

8vo, half morocco. 1822

410 Pennsylvania. Copy of a Report from Reading Howell,
Frederick Antes and Wm. Dean, Esquires, Commissioners
appointed to explore the Head Waters of the Rivers Dela-
ware, Lehigh, and Schuylkill and the South-east branch of
Susquehanna, also the Report of the Commissioners appointed
to examine the Western Waters of the State of Pennsyl-
vania. Philadelphia, 1791 — Reports of Sundry Commission-
ers appointed to View and explore the Rivers Susquehanna,
and Juniata, the River Delaware, the River Schuylkill, etc.
With maps. Philadelphia, 1791.

Bound in 1 vol. Svo,, half morocco.

Very scarce.

411 Pennsylvania. Das Landmann's Advocat, Das ist Kur-
zer Auszug aus solchen Gesetzen von Pennsylvanien und
England, welche daselbst in volliger Kraft, etc.

4to, half bound. Philadelphia: H. Miller, 1761

Rare.



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412 Pennsylvania. Debates of the Convention of the State
of Pennsylvania on the Constitution proposed for the Gov-
ernment of the United States. Taken in Shorthand by Thos.
Lloyd. Vol. I.

Svo, halt morocco. Philadelphia, 17S8

All published.

413 Pennsylvania. Duke of Yorke's Book of Laws, 1676-
1682, and Charter and Laws of the Province of Pennsyl-
vania, 1682-1700. With facsimiles.

Svo, cloth. Harrisburg, 1879

414 Pennsylvania. Etliche Merckwurdige Punckten.betref-
fende die Verwechselung des Government, Gerichtet an die
Deutsche Einwohner der Provinz Pensylvanien.

4to, half morocco, uncut. A. Armbruster, Philadelphia, 1764

Fine copy of this excessively rare work.

415 Pennsylvania Gazette. Supplement to No. 2883. Con-
taining Considerations on the Bank of North America.
With an appendix containing an Ordinance to Incorporate
the Subscribers to the Bank of North America.

Folio, S pages, uncut. Circa 1785

Very rare.

416 Pennsylvania. Geological Maps of the Counties. Col-
ored.

Oblong 4to, half morocco. 1878

417 Pennsylvania Hall. History of. Which was destroyed
by a Mob on the 17th of May, 1838. With three views of
the hall, one in colors.

Svo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1838

A reminiscence of the introduction of Abolitionism into
Philadelphia.

418 Pennsylvania. Histoire Naturelle et Politique de la
Pensylvanie; et de L'Etablissement des Quakers dans cette
contree, Traduite de I'Allemand. P. M. D. S., Censeur
Royal. With map.

8vo, contemporary calf, red edges. Paris, 176S

Fine clean copy.

419 Pennsylvania. Plistorical Society of. Historical Map of
Pennsylvania, showing the Indian Names of Streams and
Villages, Paths of Travel, etc.

8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1875

420 Pennsylvania Hospital. Some Account of the, From
its first rise to the Beginning of the Fifth Month, 1754.

Svo, boards, uncut. Philadelphia, 1817



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421 Pennsylvania. Journal of the Proceedings of the Bish-
ops, Clergy and Laity of the Protestant Episcopal Church in
the United States of America, in a Convention held in the
City of Philadelphia, from Sept. 29 to Oct. 16, 1789.

8vo, half morocco. ..Philadelphia, 1790

422 Pennsylvania. Minutes of the Convention of the Com-
monwealth of Pennsylvania, which commenced at Philadel-
phia, on Tuesday, the Twentieth Day of November, One
Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Seven, for the pur-
pose of taking into Consideration the Constitution framed
by the late Foederal Convention for the United States of
America. Philadelphia, Hall & Sellers, 1787.— Minutes of
the Convention of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
which commenced at Philadelphia on Tuesday, the 24th day
of November, 1789, for the purpose of reviewing and if they
see occasion, altering and amending the Constitution of the
State. Philadelphia, 1789. And Minutes of the Grand
Committee of the Whole Convention of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania which commenced at Philadelphia 24th day
of November, 1789. The latter lacking pages (7 to 10 in-
clusive) .

Bound in 1 vol. Polio, half sheep. Philadelphia, 1787-1789

Very scarce.

423 Pennsylvania. Minutes of the Convention of the Com-
monwealth of Pennsylvania, which commenced at Philadel-
phia, on Tuesday the 20th day of November, 1787, for the
purpose of taking into consideration the Constitution framed
by the late Foederal Convention for the United States of
America.

Folio, half morocco, uncut, original cover hound in.

Philadelphia, 1787

424 Pennsylvania. Memoirs of the Historical Society of.
Containing Minutes of the Committee of Defence of Phila-
delphia. 1814-1815.

8vo, half morocco. Philadelphia, 1867

426 Pennsylvania. Proceedings and Debates of the General
Assembly of.

4 vols. 8vo, half morocco, top edge gilt, uncut. Philadelphia, 1787-8

Title of Vol. One repaired^ otherwise a very fine set.

427 The Same. Vols, i, 2 and 3.

8vo, original boards, uncut.

428 The Same. Vol. 3.



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429 Pennsylvania. Proceedings and Debates of the Conven-
tion of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to propose
Amendments to the Constitution. 1837.

13 vols. 8vo, sheep. Harrisburg, 1837

430 The Same. In German. Lacking Vol. 4.

12 vols. 8vo, sheep.

431 Pennsylvania. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Soci-
ety of the Cincinnati, to which is prefixed the General In-
stitution of the Order.

8vo, half morocco. Philadelphia, 1786

432 Pennsylvania. Record of Pennsylvania Volunteers in
the Spanish-American War, 1898.

8vo, russia, gilt, gilt edge. Harrisburg, 1900

433 Pennsylvania. Report of the Commission to Locate the
Site of the Frontier Forts of Pennsylvania. Illustrated.

2 vols. Hoyal 8vo, half russia, top edges gilt, uncut.

Harrisburg, 1896

434 Pennsylvania. Report of the Judges of the Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania, of the English Statutes which are in
Force in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and of those of
the Said Statutes which in their Opinion ought to be incor-
porated into the Statute Law of the Said Commonwealth.

8vo, half morocco, uncut. Lancaster, 1809

Scarce.

435 Pennsylvania. Rules for Regulating the Practice of
Several of the Courts in Pennsylvania.

12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1819

436 Pennsylvania Society of New York. Year Book of,
for 1901 and 1902. Illustrated.

2 Vols. Svo, cloth. New York, 1901-H

437 Pennsylvania Society During the Revolution.
Eighth Annual Report.

8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1896

438 Pennsylvania. Some Letters and an Abstract of Let-
ters from Pennsylvania, Containing the State and Improve-
ment of that Province. Published to prevent Mis-Reports.

Small 4to, full mottled calf, pp. 12.

Printed, and sold by Andrew Sowe, at the Crooked-Billet in Hol-
loway-Lane, in Shoreditch, 1691.

A fine copy of this excessively rare tract. With the excep-
tion of the copy in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania,
and that in the John Carter Broum Library, this is the only
one we know of. See facsimile title.




Some

LETTE

AND AN

Siljfttatt at iettets

FROM

PENNSYLVANIA'

Containing

The State and Improvemeitt of that
Province.

PffUfJhedfofr&veftt Mif-Reforts.



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439 Pennsylvania. State Registration, The, for 1831. (The
first issue.)

12mo, half sheep. Philadelphia, 1831

440 Pennsylvania. The Algerine Spy in ; or Letters written
by a Native of Algiers, on the Affairs of the United States
of America, from the Close of the Year 1783 to the Meeting
of the Convention.

12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1787

441 Pennsylvania. The Arms of, and the Great Seal of the
Commonwealth. Facsimiles.

8vo, halt Russia, gilt. Harrisburg, 1896

442 Pennsylvania. The Colonial Records of, 1683 to 1790.
With Index, 17 vols, and Pennsylvania Archives, 1664 to
1790. 12 vols. Illustrated with facsimiles.

Together, 29 vols. 8vo, half sheep, broken. Harrisburg, 1852-56

443 Pennsylvania. The Constitution of the Commonwealth
of, as altered and amended by the Convention for that pur-
pose, freely chosen and assembled, and by them proposed
for the consideration of their Constituents.

8vo, half bock, uncut. Philadelphia, 1790

444 Pennsylvania. The Constitution of the Commonwealth
of, as established by the General Convention, carefully com-
pared with the Original.

Svo, half morocco, uncut. Philadelphia: P. Bailey, 1784

Some leaves repaired.

445 Pennsylvania. The Constitution of the Commonwealth
of, as established by the General Convention, carefully com-
pared with the Original.

8vo, half morocco. Philadelphia: Francis Bailey, 1784

446 Pennsylvania. The Proceedings relative to calling the
Conventions of 1776 and 1790. The Minutes of the Con-
vention that formed the present Constitution of Penna.

8vo, boards, uncut. Harrisburg, 1825

447 Pennsylvania. The Register-General's Report on the
State of the Finances of Pennsylvania for the Year 1806.

Svo, half roan. Lancaster, (1806)

448 Pennsylvania. The Statutes at Large of, from 1682 to
1801. Vol. 2.

Imperial Svo, sheets. Harrisburg, 1896



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449 Pennsylvania. The True Interest of the United States
and particularly of Pennsylvania, considered, with respect
to the Advantages resulting from a State Paper-Money, with
some Observations on the Subject of a Bank and on Agricul-
ture, Manufacture and Commerce. By an American.

8vo, half morocco. Chas. Cist, Philadelphia, 1786

450 Pennsylvania. To the Freemen of.



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