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Fri Mar 21 17:10:44 2014 UTClccn-nr930074210.00Nicholas Waln nat. 1741--ob. 1813 /0.811.00The republican court. V.I29403597nr 930074213325754lccn-n85313409Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of FriendsMeeting of Ministers and Elders (1687-1827)lccn-n80004087Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friendsnc-united states$congress$1790 1791United StatesCongress1790-1791)lccn-n50008108Benezet, Anthony1713-1784lccn-n86084957Zane, Isaac1743-1795nc-philadelphia yearly meeting of the religious society of friendsPhiladelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friendslccn-n79006865United StatesCongresslccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n91055986Jones, Rebecca1739-1817lccn-n90685398Pemberton, James1723-1809Waln, Nicholas1742-1813HistoryControversial literatureSourcesRecords and correspondenceMapsUnited StatesConscientious objectorsPacifismAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Society of FriendsSociety of Friends--EducationEducationDraftConscientious objectors--Legal status, laws, etcFreedom of religionChurch and stateWaln, Nicholas,Society of Friends--DoctrinesConscientious objectionConscientious objectors--Law and legislationPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaQuakersTravelPennsylvaniaLawyersNew JerseyWaln familyHoskins familyMerchantsGadsden, Christopher,Tilghman, James,Gurney, Francis,Rittenhouse, David,King, JohnKnox, Henry,Peters, Richard,Whig Party (U.S.)EnglandIndians of North AmericaVining, John,Nixon, Henry,Lee, Richard Henry,Cornplanter,--Seneca chief,Galloway, Joseph,Duane, James,Armstrong, John,Hamilton, TalbotMifflin, Thomas,Griffin, Cyrus,Chaumont, Jacques-Donatien Leray de,Blount, William,Rush, Benjamin,Smith, Abigail Adams,Hopkinson, Francis,Westtown Boarding School174218131760177817791782178317841789179018011804180618293463142Z12151533ocn511234818file17780.84Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of FriendsFrom our general spring Meeting of Ministers and Elders, held in Philadelphia, for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey by adjournments, from the 21st of the third-month to the 24th of the same, inclusive, 1778. To our Friends and brethren in religious professionHistory835ocn062835042book17900.92Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of FriendsPhiladelphia 18th 12th mo. 1790. Yesterday a deputation of the religious society called Quakers, attended the House of Representatives of the United States with the following address and memorial asserting the rights of conscience and the reasons of their restraint from complying with military requisitions. To the President, Senate, and House of Representatives ... in Congress assembled.Controversial literature353ocn226246120book17890.79Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of FriendsTo the President of the United States. The address of the religious society called Quakers, from their yearly meeting for Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, Delaware, and the western parts of Virginia and MarylandControversial literature323ocn234212236book17890.90Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of FriendsSome observations relating to the establishment of schools agreed to by the committee, to be laid for consideration before the Yearly MeetingHistorySources151ocn837688618com17900.47Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of FriendsPhiladelphia 18th 12th mo. 1790 : Yesterday a deputation of the religious society called Quakers, attended the House of Representatives of the United States with the following address and memorial asserting the rights of conscience and the reasons of their restraint from complying with military requisitions. To the President, Senate, and House of Representatives ... in Congress assembledControversial literature22ocn835925004book17780.47Society of FriendsFrom our general spring Meeting of Ministers and Elders, held in Philadelphia, for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey by adjournments, from the 21st of the third-month to the 24th of the same, inclusive, 1778. To our Friends and brethren in religious profession. by adjournments, from the 21st of the third-month to the 24th of the same, inclusive, 1778. To our Friends and brethren in religious profession11ocn029631982mix0.47Letchworth family[Marriage certificates]Includes certificates of: John Letchworth and Elizabeth Kite, Philadelphia, 1783, signed by Anthony Benezet, James Pemberton, David Bacon, Nicholas Waln, Elizabeth Drinker, Deborah Morris, et al. Notes concerning births and deaths of their children added; Robert Letchworth and Elizabeth Hayes, Chester Co., 1817, signed by Nathan Hunt et al.; Jonathan P. Knight and Alice Comfort. Bucks Co., 1822; John Letchworth and Rachel Knight, Philadelphia, 1853, signed by Thomas Scattergood, et al. On verso is their 50th anniversary certificate (1903); Arthur Letchworth and Christine Strathie, Philadelphia, 1906, signed by Asa Wing, Emma Cadbury, et al11ocn122633671mix1804Waln, NicholasPhiladelphia, to William Logan FisherWaln has taken the liberty of sending a quantity of ginseng to Fisher in Massachusetts, since prospects for its sale at a reasonable price in Philadelphia are dim. Waln goes on to mention family matters and asks Fisher if he has any intention of visiting Philadelphia, which he describes as booming, despite an outbreak of yellow fever11ocn028814845mix0.47Waln, NicholasFamily papersCorrespondence, portraits, photographs, poetry, genealogy and misc. papers related to Nicholas Waln and Waln family. Bulk of material consists of correspondence related to Nicholas Waln's journeys as a Quaker minister in England and Ireland. Topics discussed include news of family, Friends' activities, travel, friendship, spiritual matters, ministry, slave conditions in West Indies (1784 letter of William B. Clark); other correspondents include James Bringhurst, Joseph Bringhurst, Henry Drinker, Rebecca Jones, John Parrish, M. Richardson, David Sands, Hannah Stephenson, John Townsend, Robert Valentine, Richard Waln, Robert Waln and Sarah Richardson Waln. Includes letters (1807-1809, 1818-1819) of Jacob Shoemaker Waln while studying law in England and visiting France, letters discuss his travels and activities and include comments on social life; letters (1818-1819) of Townsend Compton to Sarah R. Waln giving news of her son Jacob; letter of Lloyd Mifflin on provenance of Waln letters; poetry written on the death of Joseph R. Waln (1773-1783), includes poem by Robert Proud; chart of Waln genealogy11ocn004088750book0.47Bolton familyGenealogiesPrimarily genealogical statements on the Bolton family, but includes Nukolas [sic] Walns prayer, Feb. 177211ocn143658225book17900.47Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of FriendsPhiladelphia 18th 12th mo. 1790 : Yesterday a deputation of the religious society called Quakers, attended the House of Representatives of the United States with the following address and memorial asserting the rights of conscience and the reasons of their restraint from complying with military requisitions. To the President, Senate, and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled.Controversial literature11ocn030315867mix0.47Vaux, GeorgeCollection of correspondence and documentsThe collection is defined by themes within the history of Quakerism, such as the abolition of slavery, education, Virginia exiles, Native American rights, movements within the Society of Friends, such as the Keithian and Beaconite Controversies and Hicksite-Orthodox split, as well as business and spiritual matters. Correspondents within the correspondence series include: Samuel Allinson, Hannah Barnard, Bernard Barton, Anthony Benezet, Anna Braithwaite, Moses Brown, Hannah Cathrall, Thomas Clarkson, John Cox, William Dillwyn, Henry Drinker, George Fox, Elias Hicks, Steven Grellet, Rebecca Jones, Richard Jordan, Deborah Norris Logan, Warner Mifflin, Margaret Hill Morris, Richard Mott, Israel Pemberton, James Pemberton, John Pemberton, William Penn, Richard Reynolds, Joseph Sandwith, Beulah Sansom, William Savery, Thomas Shillitoe, George Vaux, the Vaux family, and Alexander Wilson. Document signers include: William Bradford, Thomas Gilpin, James Logan, William Robinson, Marmaduke Stevenson and Nicholas Waln11ocn004404353book17600.47Greare, GeorgeIndenture. : Between George Greare and the trustees of the General Loan Office of the province of PennsylvaniaThis is a 5% bond for £120 issued by the Pennsylvania General Loan Office mostly to farmers for improvements. Land values rose rapidly, so loans were paid promptly11ocn003544672book17830.47Waln, NicholasLetter. To James PembertonBristol Meeting agrees to become a branch of Somerset Quarterly; mentions financial dispute between John Townshend and John Elmsley11ocn028734001mix0.47Scattergood familyPapersScrapbook of Mary (McCollin) Scattergood, containing illustrations and portraits of Biblical and Quaker subjects, famous people and places; scrapbook (1681-1903) of Alfred G. Scattergood containing letters (includes letters of Thomas Scattergood (1668-1745) to his son Joseph), marriage certificates and other documents of Scattergood and related families, as well as facsimiles, broadsides and other papers related to Quakers; misc. family papers include marriage certificates, photographs, poetry, etc11ocn028885936mix0.47Land deeds : Pennsylvania, Indiana, and New York6 ADsS and 1 DS11ocn680744081book17840.47Clark, William BPhilad[elphia], to "Esteemed Friend Nicholas Waln"Records and correspondenceLetter from William B. Clark to Nicholas Waln, in which he writes of his stop in St. Kitts, the deplorable treatment of slaves in the West Indies, and the improper activities that occur among both black and white inhabitants there11ocn002065088map0.47Waln, Nicholas[Friends Meetings in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland]Maps11ocn122490291mix1801Waln, Nicholasto Thomas FisherOn behalf of William Lawrence, one of Fisher's tenants, Waln informs Fisher that Lawrence is actively searching for another house11ocn213411067mix0.47Hoskins-Warder scrapbook of letters and documentsThe primary correspondents in the scrapbook are members of the Hoskins family; quite a number of the letters are directed to Benjamin H. Warder; Lydia Hoskins and John Hoskins were both recipients and writers. Most of the letters were written in the 18th century, but some in the 19th century. A number of them are religious in nature, others deal with service in the ministry or visiting Friends and some deal with states of health and mortality. Some prominent letter writers include: Martha Allinson, George Dillwyn, Thomas Evans, Rebecca Jones, James Mott, Elizabeth Robson, Charity Rotch, Nicholas Waln, and Daniel Wheeler21ocn086165833visuEdwin, DavidNicholas Waln nat. 1741--ob. 1813PortraitsOver half-length, standing, left profile, hat on head and cane in right hand; in oval frame11ocn082356785visu1.00Emmet, Thomas AddisThe republican court. V.IPortraits of people and pictures of places and events associated with the first presidential administration of George Washington, including portraits of some prominent women11ocn064400200mixSmith-Waln family papersThe Smith-Waln Family Papers consist mainly of legal and financial papers related to the business of the James Somers Smith, Richard Rundle Smith, Robert Waln, and Lewis Waln. The papers that predate the births and postdate the deaths of these four men were produced by miscellaneous Smith and Waln relatives. There are five series - James Somers Smith, Richard Rundle Smith, Robert Waln, Lewis Waln, and Miscellaneous. The Smith papers relate to their legal practice, while the Waln papers are rich in information about the operations of a nineteenth century mercantile firm and gristmill. This collection consists mainly of bills, receipts, land deeds, and business correspondence11ocn013323153book18290.47Waln, NicholasCopy of a prayer : publicly delivered on the 4th of the 2nd month, 177211ocn864188640file0.47Glass lantern slide collectionPortraitsLantern slides depict images of Haverford College, portraits of Quakers, views of Barbados and Quaker sites in the West Indies. Images of Haverford College include: Carpenter shop, Haverford College grounds, Founders Hall, Tennis courts, Serpentine and the Carvill Arch. Portraits of Quakers include: Thomas Wistar, Nicholas Waln, John G. Whittier, Lucretia Mott, Elias Hicks, John Griscom, George and Sarah Dillwyn and many others. Views of Barbados include Quaker-related sites11ocn048174797book1806Jackson, HallidaySome account of a visit paid to the Friends at Junesassa, and the Indians living on Allegany and Cataraugus Rivers agreeably to an appointment of the Committee on Indian affairs in the 8th month, 1806 :HistorySourcesAccount by Halliday Jackson of a trip he made with three other Quakers between Sept. 1 and Oct. 4, 1806, to the Seneca Indian settlements at Junesassa and Cattaraugus in western New York State near the Allegany and Cattaraugus RiversFri Mar 21 15:27:10 EDT 2014batch19701