2 edition of Philadelphia, January 6. 1734-5. Advertisement. found in the catalog.
Philadelphia, January 6. 1734-5. Advertisement.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 3862., Early American imprints -- no. 40080.|
|Contributions||Sykes, John, 1682-1771., Lawrence, Thomas, 1689-1754.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Anne2, an infant on 16 May when she, by her "next friend" Jane Savy Savoysued Elizabeth and Martha Armfield in York County court for trespass, assault and battery. He fitted out and commissioned privateers. In he was appointed to the rank of Captain in the Pennsylvania Associators, as the Militia was then called. This is in regard to "Thomas Turner, deceased in Frederick Co. That Franklin should immediately raise his head above the generality of the members of St John's Lodge was inevitable.
A member of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, for almost twenty years in joint charge of the mails in the Colonies, delegated to the Albany Convention where he submitted a plan for colonial union, he was later entrusted with the raising of troops and the building of forts in the wilderness against the Indians. As the Industrial Revolution accelerated economic expansion, the affluent middle-class grew in size and wealth. Jemima, born saychosen in Greensville County court by David Heathcock as his guardian to rent out his plantation and to maintain him until he came of age [Orders]. Bounty Land Warrant Virginia Mayo, the movie actress, was a grandchild of this couple.
Benjamin2, born aboutan eighty-eight-year-old resident of Monroe County, Tennessee, on 12 May when he testified on behalf of Jacob Perkins to obtain a pension. Hite had sold his mill in Pennsylvania and bought a small number of families with him to Virginia. Item to Sarah and Mary Ogburns two Ewes. She was the second wife of Aaron Smith Kingsley. Janet Rhe, w. Nothing more is known of her.
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In the s, with the arrival of the railroads in Paris and the increased number of shoppers they brought, they grew in size, and began to have large plate glass display windows, fixed prices and price tags, and advertising in newspapers.
Financial problems led to bankruptcy in She married Samuel White in Nottingham on December 1, The second "Mulatto over the age of 16" in his household in was probably his wife [PPTL,frames 35,, ]. Louis County, Missouri. Mary2, born sayhead of a Halifax County household of 9 "other free" in [NC].
A note in says "querie Philadelphia all alive. Hannah Piggott Hannah was born on August 14, Lydia b. Lutheran and Reformed Church was Johannes' brother Isaac Paul —first in the baptism register in shortly after the church was put up, followed by siblings Samuel F Paul —Susanna Paul —Tobias Paul —Elizabeth Paul — Journalxliii.
Gordon and Leckey. Price's deputation and power was extended over all America, which advice we hope is true, and we heartily congratulate him thereupon and though this has Philadelphia been as yet regularly signified to us by you, yet, giving credit thereto, we think it our duty to lay before your Lodge what we apprehend needful to be done for us in order to promote and strengthen the interest of Masonry in this Provence which seems to want the sanction of some authority derived from home to give the proceedings and determinations of our Lodge their due weight to wit, a Deputation or Charter granted by the Right Worshipful Mr.
Prince George Co. Second Wife George Gordon's second wife is known only from one reference. Their parents are not identified. Like the bourgeois stores, it helped transform consumption from a business transaction into a direct relationship between consumer and sought-after goods. He was never married.
He was head of a Granville County, North Carolina household of 7 "other free," a white woman over 45 years of age, and a white woman years old in [NC].
This area is located just across the border with Robeson County, North Carolina. John Hampton paid quit-rents for his estate soon after his arrival to the "proprietors" of East Jersey. The one pictures the man as he was "in his heart" which is not only good Masonic ritual but also good scripture, since, "as he thinketh in his heart, so he is;" the other paints him a master of tact, of homely wit, and fair-mindedly keen in an age when wit had a rapier edge; as skilled in the arts of diplomacy in a time when intrigue and deceit were the very backbone of bargaining between nation and nation.
I entreat, therefore, that whatever you shall think proper to do herein may be sent by the next post, if possible, or the next following. He is said to have married second to Sibyl Main, a widow with four daughters, who was never accepted by his family.
In this capacity his name is found in many Frederick County records. Sally Greaves, born sayhead of a Franklin County, North Carolina household of 2 "other free" in Fourth, George Hamilton was alive in when he witnessed a deed above.
Peter Wolfe was from New Jersey and obtained acres of land about One of the first baptisms at Howerter's Ev. This Thomas Combs was the husband of Elizabeth Hampton. By letter of 21 Augthe head of the Archives Branch, Virginia State Library, Richmond, advised that a land office document cannot be round to show that this authorized grant was ever carried through to completion or execution.
Many of these people moved through the Monocacy area of Maryland. Whether it was a "duly constituted Lodge" or a lodge meeting only under the authority of Ancient Custom, cannot here be stated.
History of Montgomery County, Maryland" by T. Price, by virtue of his commission from Britain, confirming the Brethren of Pennsylvania in the privileges they at present enjoy of holding annually their Grand Lodge, choosing their Grand Master, Wardens and other officers, who may manage all affairs relating to the Brethren here with full power and authority, according the customs and usages of Masons, the said Grand Master of Pennsylvania only yielding his chair, when the Grand Master of all America shall be in place.Dec 14, · The advertisement seeking applicants was posted Oct.
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In January the arrival of vessels was still only an expectation (FDJ, 3 January ). Vessels from Philadelphia were reported in Cork and Dublin in January (FDJ, 10 January ).
A report on 13 January more realistically announced not arrivals but the 'certain expectation of above 30 ships' from America by the latter end of April.
The Buffington – Marshall papers were originally part of The Gilbert Cope Historical and Genealogical Collection. When the collection came to CCHS, it consisted of six scrapbooks of individually and consecutively numbered, chronologically arranged documents.
The only access to the collection was an incomplete and frequently erroneous name index. Philadelphia, January 6. Advertisement.: the following tracts of land, in the rights of Joseph Helby [i.e. Helmsley], to be sold by John Sikes, and now to be seen on the records at Burlington, viz.
Documentary Evidence for Furniture Forms and Terminology in Charleston, South Carolina, (p. 21), bureau bedstead (p. 21), library press bedstead (p. 22) in The Cabinet‑Makers’ Philadelphia and London Book of Prices, Philadelphia, Charleston, 22 May ).
An advertisement of January by the merchants Huxam, Courtney.