Philadelphia Pa Description And Travel Early Works To 1800 : A letter from William Penn proprietary and governour of Pennsylvania in America : To the Committee of the Free Society of Traders of that province, residing in London. Containing a general description of the said province, its soil, air, water, seasons and produce, both natural and artificial, and the good encrease thereof. Of the natives or aborigines, their language, customs and manners, diet, houses or wigwams, liberality, easie way of living, physick, burial, religion, sacrifices and cantico, festivals, government, and their order in council upon treaties for land, &c. their justice upon evil doers. Of the first planters, the Dutch, &c. and the present condition and settlement of the said province, and courts of justice, &c. To which is added, an account of the city of Philadelphia newly laid out. Its scituation between two navigable rivers, Delaware and Skulkill, with a portraiture oor plat-form thereof, wherein the purchasers lots are distinguished by certain numbers inserted. And the prosperous and advantagious settlements of the Society aforesaid, within the; Penn, William,
Philanax Misopapas Tory Plot : Some remarques upon a late popular piece of nonsence called Julian the apostate, &c. : together, with a particular vindication of His Royal Highness the Duke of York, by some bold truths in answer to a great many impudent calumnies raised against him, by the foolish arguments, false reasonings and suppositions, imposed upon the publick from several scandalous and seditious pamphlets especially from one more notorious and generally virulent than the rest, sometime since published under the title of A Tory Plot, &c. / by a lover of truth, vertue, and justice.; Meredith, Edward,
Philanthropists : Just another emperor? / Michael Edwards.; Edwards, Michael.
Philanthropists England Biography : The Charitable Samaritan, or, A short and impartial account of that eminent and publick-spirited citizen Mr. Tho. Firmin : who departed this life on Monday Dec. 20, 1697 / by a gentleman of his acquaintance.; Gentleman of his acquaintance.
Philanthropists England Early Works To 1800 : The pleasant historie of John Winchcomb, in his yonger years called, Jack of Newberie, the famous & worthy clothier of England : declaring his life and love, together with his charitable deeds and great hospitalities. And how hee set continually five hundred poor people at work, to the great benefit of the Commonwealth: worthy to be read and regarded.; Deloney, Thomas,
Philanthropists England London Early Works To 1800 : Londons doue: or A memoriall of the life and death of Maister Robert Doue, citizen and marchant-taylor of London : and of his seuerall almesdeeds and large bountie to the poore, in his life time. He departed this life, on Saterday the 2. day of this instant moneth of May, 1612.; Nixon, Anthony.