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William Penn first proprietor and founder of Pennsylvania

Wm. Penn

Penn, William

Penn, William

Guillaume Penn traite avec les indiens etablissant la province dans l'Amerique septentrionale.

Anthony Brockholls. New York. To Wm. Penn

Anthony Brockholls. New York. To Wm. Penn

Penn, William. Philadelphia. To Governor Samuel Jennings and Council of West Jersey

Penn, William. Philadelphia. To Governor Samuel Jennings and Council of West Jersey

Dongan, Thomas. New York. To William Penn

Penn, William. Philadelphia. To Governor Samuel Jennings and Council of West Jersey

Penn, William. Philadelphia. To Governor Samuel Jennings and Council of West Jersey

Dongan, Thomas. New York. To William Penn

Penn, Thomas and Penn, Richard. Philadelphia

Penn, Thomas and Penn, Richard. Philadelphia

Penn, Thomas and Penn, Richard. Philadelphia

Penn, Thomas and Penn, Richard. Philadelphia

John Penn, colonial governor of Pa.

To the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn, Esqrs., true & absolute proprietaries & Governours of the Province of Pennsylvania & counties of New-Castle, Kent & Sussex on Delaware this map of the improved part of the Province of Pennsylvania is humbly dedicated by Nicholas Scull

Penn, Thomas. London. To [Benjamin?] Chew

Penn, Thomas. London. To [Benjamin?] Chew

Penn, John. Philadelphia. To Sir William Johnson

Penn, John. Philadelphia. To Sir William Johnson

Penn, John. Philadelphia. To Sir William Johnson

Penn, John. Philadelphia. To Sir William Johnson

William Penn, first proprietor and founder of Pennsylvania.

A map of Pennsylvania exhibiting not only the improved parts of that Province, but also its extensive frontiers : laid down from actual surveys and chiefly from the late map of W. Scull published in 1770 : and humbly inscribed to the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn, esquires, true and absolute proprietaries & governors of the province of Pennsylvania and the territories thereunto belonging.

Letter to [Joseph] Hubley [Lancaster, Penn.]

Letter to [Henry Laurens, York, Penn.]

Letter to [Jasper] Yeates [Lancaster, Penn.]

Letter to Jasper Yeates, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to Henry Baldwin, Meadville, Penn.

Letter to Gov. John Penn [Philadelphia]

Letter to Richard Backhouse, Durham [Penn.]

Thomas Penn Esqr. one of the proprietors of Pensilvania [sic], 1751.

Letter to Jasper Yeates, at Edward Shippen's, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to Richard Backhouse, Durham [Penn.]

Letter to Richard Backhouse, Durham [Penn.]

Letter to John Penn, London

Letter to Henry Baldwin, Meadville, Penn.

Letter to Jasper Yeates, at Edward Shippen's, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to Gov. John Penn [Philadelphia]

Letter to Richard Penn.

Letter to Mrs. Smith, York, Penn.

Letter to [John Penn] Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania

Letter to [John Penn.] Deputy Governor of Pensylvania

Letter to Governor William Penn, Pennsylvania

Letter to William Duer and Richard Henry Lee, York Town, Penn.

Letter to Matthew Irwin, Carlisle [Penn.]

Letter to John Penn, Hillsborough

Letter to President [Henry] Laurens [York, Penn.]

Letter to Conrad Weiser, Talpehocken, Penn.

Letter to Jasper Yeates, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to the Proprietary [Thomas Penn]

Letter to Gov. [John] Penn [Philadelphia]

Letter to Samuel Wallis, Muncy, Northumberland County [Penn.]

Letter to President [Henry] Laurens [York, Penn.]

Letter to Jeremiah Langhorne, Bucks [County, Penn.]

Letter to John Penn [England]

Letter to Michael Gratz, Lancaster, Penn

Letter to Mrs. Smith, York, Penn.

Letter to Elbridge Gerry, York, Penn.

Letter to John Penn, London

Letter to [John Penn] Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania

Letter to [Joseph] Hubley [Lancaster, Penn.]

Letter to Jasper Yates, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to Jasper Yates, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to Gen. [Moses] Hazen [Lancaster, Penn.]

Letter to Samuel Wallis, Muncy, Northumberland County [Penn.]

Letter to Samuel Wallis, Muncy, Northumberland County [Penn.]

Letter to Gov. [John] Penn [Philadelphia]

Letter to The Proprietor Thomas Penn.

Letter to Joel Lightner, Paradise Post Office, Penn

Letter to John Penn, Hillsborough

Letter to Jasper Yates, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to the Marine Committee of Congress [York, Penn.]

Letter to Samuel Morris, Chairman of the Council of Safety, Penn.

Letter to Mrs. Susanna Wright, Susquehanna, Penn.

Letter to [Henry Laurens? York, Penn.?]

Letter to Elias Boudinot, Commissary of Prisoners, at Headquarters [Valley Forge, Penn.]

Letter to John Penn, London

Letter to [Henry Laurens? York, Penn.?]

Letter to Henry Baldwin, Meadville, Penn.

Letter to Jasper Yeates [Lancaster, Penn.?]

Letter to Elias Boudinot, Commissary of Prisoners, at Headquarters [Valley Forge, Penn.]

Letter to the Marine Committee of Congress [York, Penn.]

Letter to Jasper Yeates, at Edward Shippen's, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to John Penn [England]

Letter to Conrad Weiser, Talpehocken, Penn.

Letter to [Jasper] Yeates [Lancaster, Penn.]

Letter to Joel Lightner, Paradise Post Office, Penn

Letter to Jasper Yeates, Lancaster [Penn.]

Letter to Gov. [John] Penn [Philadelphia]

Letter to Thomas Riche, Bucks County [Penn.]

Letter to President [Henry] Laurens [York, Penn.]

Letter to John Swift, near Bristol [Penn.]

Letter to Gov. John Penn [Philadelphia]

Letter to John Penn, London

Letter to Richard Penn.

Letter to Mrs. Smith, York, Penn.

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