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Fri Mar 21 17:09:19 2014 UTClccn-n842042520.00The History of Pennsylvania ... from the original institution and settlement ... of that Province in 1681, till after the year 1742. With an introduction respecting the life of W. Penn, prior to the grant of the Province; and the ... people called Quakers; with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies ... With an appendix0.661.00Robert Proud : Pennsylvania's first historian /2810364n 842042521252963lccn-n80013224Penn, William1644-1718lccn-n2011083777Jefferson Exhibit Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n91075487Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n90725270American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-nr89016229Thackara, James1767-1848egrlccn-nr92026252Barralet, John Jamesapproximately 1747-1815egrnp-lawson, a$alexander$1773 1846Lawson, A.(Alexander)1773-1846lccn-nr95040956T. Sinclair's Lithnc-bryson pearsol and wimer printersBryson, Pearsol and Wimer, Printersviaf-104540531Wimer, JamesProud, Robert1728-1813HistoryPortraitsBiographyBibliographySermonsMapsDictionariesPennsylvaniaPenn, William,Society of FriendsNew JerseyUnited States--New SwedenDelawareIndians of North AmericaIndian captivitiesProud, Robert,Sermons, GreekBible.--JohnUnited StatesAmericaHistoriansQuakersKeith, George,Bible.--ActsPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaIndians of North America--Social life and customsEnglish languageLafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier,--marquis de,Morris, Robert,Cree languageHenry, Patrick,SchoolsMarylandFranklin, Benjamin,PopulationIndians of North America--WarsJefferson, Thomas,Hancock, John,Middle Atlantic StatesTeachersWashington, George,Lincoln, Abraham,Randolph, John,Marshall, Christopher,Pennsylvania--Schuylkill RiverBarclay, RobertBall, AnnDuer, William Alexander,Sergeant, John,Bassett, Richard,Schureman, James,Hawks, Francis L.--(Francis Lister),Scott-Siddons, Mary Frances,United Churches of Christ-Church and St. Peter's (Philadelphia, Pa.)Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus,Jackson, William,Moore, Benjamin,1728181317581797179818011802180618071810182618411864190319141941194619671973197419771979198020052013107373123974.802F152ocn865978566ocn8655871902275ocn011595778book17970.66Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the original institution and settlement of that province under the first proprietor and governor, William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742 ; with and introduction, respecting, the life of W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers ; with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey, and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware ; to which is added, a brief description of the said province, and of the general state, in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760 and 1770 ... with an appendixHistory1944ocn001174224book19670.50Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor, William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742; with an introduction respecting the life of W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers, with the first rise of the neighbouring Colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware. To which is added a brief description of the said province, and the general state in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760-1770 ... With an appendix. Written principally between the years 1776 and 1780History1772ocn045066659book0.63Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania in North America, from the original institution and settlement of that province under the first proprietor and governor, William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742 : with an introduction respecting the life of W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers : with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey, and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware : to which is added a brief description of the said province and of the general states in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760 and 1770 : the whole including a variety of things, useful and interesting to be known, respecting that country in early time, &c. : with an appendixHistory918ocn062835591book0.88Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North America from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742 : with an introduction, respecting, the life of the late W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers ; --with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey, and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware. : To which is added, a brief description of the said province, and of the general state, in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760 and 1770. : The whole including a variety of things, useful and interesting to be known, respecting that country in early time, &c. : With an appendix.HistoryPortraits741ocn006186614file18410.84Wimer, JamesEvents in Indian history : beginning with an account of the origin of the American Indians, and early settlements in North America, and embracing concise biographies of the principal chiefs and head-sachems of the different Indian tribes, with narratives and captivities : including the destruction of Schenectady, murder of Miss M'Crea, desctruction of Wyoming, battle of the Thames and Tippecanoe, Braddock's defeat, General Wayne's victory at Miami, life of Logan, massacre of the Indians at Lancaster, PA., &c : also an appendix containing the statistics of the population of the U. States and an Indian vocabularyHistoryBiographyDictionaries582ocn745320676com0.56Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North America from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742; with an introduction, respecting, the life of the late W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers; --with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey, and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware. To which is added, a brief description of the said province, and of the general state, in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760 and 1770. The whole including a variety of things, useful and interesting to be known, respecting that country in early time, &c. With an appendix. Written principally between the years 1776 and 1780, by Robert ProudHistory578ocn722656622com20050.90Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North America from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742 ; with an introduction, respecting, the life of the late W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers ; --with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey, and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware. To which is added, a brief description of the said province, and of the general state, in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760 and 1770. The whole including a variety of things, useful and interesting to be known, respecting that country in early time, &c. With an appendix. Written principally between the years 1776 and 1780, by Robert Proud. [Four lines of quotations in Latin] Volume I[-II]281ocn005573300book19030.93Proud, RobertThe Proud papers (Robert Proud, historian of Pennsylvania) embracing, original manuscript[s], early American almanacks, newspapers, Paxton boy Pamphlets. Early histories of Pennsylvania, Franklin, Bradford and other imprints; and a collection of Americana, to be sold. May 8, '03HistoryBibliography187ocn697792492com17970.63Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor, William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742History151ocn837725453com0.47Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North America : from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742 : with an introduction, respecting, the life of the late W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers; --with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey, and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware. : To which is added, a brief description of the said province, and of the general state, in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760 and 1770. : The whole including a variety of things, useful and interesting to be known, respecting that country in early time, &c. : With an appendixHistoryPortraits148ocn061985309book17970.47Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North-America : from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor William Penn in 1681, till after the year 1742; with an introduction respecting, the life of W. Penn ...; to which is added a brief description of the said province, and of the general state, in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760 and 1770 ... ; with an appendix114ocn002914331book17970.35Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania in North AmericaHistoryPortraits51ocn009674531book16030.73John ChrysostomTou en agiois patros Iōannou tou Chrysostomou archiepiskopou Kōnstantinoupoleōs Ermēneia eis to kata Iōannou agion Eyaggelion = Sancti patris Ioannis Chrysostomi archiepiscopi Constantinopoleos Expositio perpetua in Evangelium secundum IoannemSermons32ocn318393946book0.96Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania : in North America, from the original institution and settlement of tha province, under the first proprietor and governor William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742 : with an introduction, respecting, the life of W. Penn ... and the religious society of the people called Quakers : with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies ... of West-New-Jersey, and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on DelawareHistory31ocn009674536book16030.47John ChrysostomTou en agiois patros Iōannou tou Chrysostomou archiepiskopou Kōnstantinoupoleōs Ermēneia eis Prazeis tōn Apostolōn = Sancti patris Ioannis Chrysostomi archiepiscopi Constantinopoleos Expositio perpetua, in Acta ApostolorumSermons32ocn476469220book1.00Proud, RobertThe history of Pennsylvania, in North America : from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor, William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742; with an introduction, respecting, the life of W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers;--with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey, and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes in Delaware : to which is added, a brief description of the said province, and of the general state, in which it flourished, principally between the years 1760 and 1770 ... with an appendix : written principally between the years 1776 and 1780History32ocn028411122mix0.81Proud, RobertMss. of writings, including verse, translations, essays, surveys, and commentary of George Keith and William Penn21ocn004180606map17981.00Thackara, JamesA map of Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey & Maryland, with the parts adjacentMaps21ocn503892132book1797Proud, RobertThe History of Pennsylvania ... from the original institution and settlement ... of that Province in 1681, till after the year 1742. With an introduction respecting the life of W. Penn, prior to the grant of the Province; and the ... people called Quakers; with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies ... With an appendix21ocn867618674book20130.10Proud, RobertHistory of pennsylvania volume 1214ocn004771593art18260.95Thomson, Charles WestNotices of the life and character of Robert Proud, author of "The history of Pennsylvania."73ocn002363859book19740.92Beeson, John MerrillRobert Proud (1728-1813) : a biography51ocn014102508book19030.10Henkels, Stanislaus VCatalogue [of] the Proud papers (Robert Proud), historian of Pennsylvania ... also a collection of Americana belonging to a well known Philadelphian ... to be sold, May 8, 1903Bibliography42ocn031260337book19461.00Powell, J. HRobert Proud : Pennsylvania's first historianBiography11ocn166410559art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamProud, Robert11ocn122609541mixDreer, Ferdinand JuliusLiterary and scientificHistoryFrom his friend Robert Dale Owen, Dreer received holograph copies of "The Future of the North West in connection with the scheme of Reconstruction without New England," 1863; Owen's examination of spiritualism, "Footfalls on the Boundary of Another World," 1860; and a letter addressed to President Lincoln in 1863, "The Pardoning Power in its Relation to Reconstruction."11ocn237188604book1806Proud, RobertMemoranda de vita R. Proudi, &c. or short notes of the time and place of R. Proud's birth, with his changes of situation both in England & America & c with some brief observations & c, with extracts in verse & prose from R.P.'s memoranda on various subjects, but here more particularly alluding to the revolutionary conduct in Pennsa. about the years 1775 & c & R.P.'s method of education of youth in Philada. & c with Latin notes on his turn of mind in former yearsBiography11ocn237202539book1810Proud, RobertCollection of some fugitive or scattered papers. In verse, written at different timesBiography11ocn122347825mix1798Subscription list for Robert Proud's History of Pennsylvania : PhiladelphiaDocument signed by twelve subscribers, each lending fifty pounds without interest to Proud to support the publication of his book. With notes of repayment in Proud's hand beside several names11ocn081433195visu1.00Emmet, Thomas AddisThe republican court. V. 2Portraits of people and pictures of places and events associated with the first presidential administration of George Washington, including portraits of some prominent women. Also included are a picture of a snuff box with a miniature of Mrs. Ralph Izard on its cover, a drawing of the visiting card of John Hyde & a view of an early Charles River (Mass.) bridge. A number of men are shown wearing eyeglasses11ocn122624850mixParrish familyPapersHistoryThis collection consists of letters, memoranda, notes of members of the Society of Friends, chiefly from the Pemberton and Parrish families of Philadelphia. Letters are of personal and religious matters. Among correspondents are John and Ann Ball, Robert Barclay, Abraham Scott, and Richard Vaux. Papers of the Society of Friends include epistles, testimonies, memorials; extracts from earliest records of the Friends meetings in America at Salem and Plainfield, N.J.; and extracts from Friends writings. Among the other manuscripts are: Friendly Association for Regaining and Promoting Peace with the Indians minutes, 1756-1759; James Carter account of sufferings of his family as slaves, 1807; Ann Parrish case book recording her "Visitations of the Sick," 1841; transcripts of Joseph Parrish articles on capital punishments, Friends doctrines, the popular worm, and the death of John Randolph; Robert Proud "extracts of letters and memorandums relative to Pennsylvania in former times," 1785-180611ocn363300071book0.47Proud, RobertRobert Proud materialsThe most significant item is titled "Notes & memorandums by Robert Proud of Philadelphia respecting his early turn of mind, education etc., anno 1786." There is also information in another hand about other Proud family members, a Robert Proud signature and some fragments11ocn171639867book1903Davis & HarveyThe Proud papers (Robert Proud, historian of Pennsylvania) ... : to be sold Friday afternoon, May 8, '03 ... and continuing Saturday11ocn122541075mixFriends' School in Philadelphia (Pa.)Notes consisting of extracts from Friends' records and biographical notes from Robert Proud's History of Pennsylvania01ocn083444665book1973Hoffer, PeterFettered loyalism : a re-evaluation of Robert Proud's and George Chalmers' unfinished colonial historiesFri Mar 21 15:54:42 EDT 2014batch26538