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37 BCE: Herod seizes a fort near Philadelphia (Amman, Jordan) and there defeats the Arabs.

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

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

A portraiture of the city of Philadelphia in the province of Pennsylvania in America.

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

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

Penn, Thomas and Penn, Richard. Philadelphia

Penn, Thomas and Penn, Richard. Philadelphia

Penn, Thomas and Penn, Richard. Philadelphia

Penn, Thomas and Penn, Richard. Philadelphia

A map of Philadelphia and parts adjacent

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia.

Morris, Robert Hunter. Philadelphia

Morris, Robert Hunter. Philadelphia

Peters, Richard. Philadelphia. To Conrad Weiser

Peters, Richard. Philadelphia. To Conrad Weiser

Peters, Richard. Philadelphia. To Conrad Weiser

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia

Peters, Richard. Philadelphia. To Conrad Weiser

Allen, William. [Philadelphia?]

By the United States, in Congress assembled, September 4th, 1782. [Resolved, that $1,200,000 be raised by the states for payment of the interest of the public debt.] [Philadelphia, 1782.]

Fac-simile of the 'Autographs of the Merchants and other Citizens of Philadelphia as subscribed to the Non-Importation Resolutions, October 25th, 1765.' Text of the six resolutions cutting off trade with Great Britain until the repeal of the Stamp Act, an

Fac-simile of the 'Autographs of the Merchants and other Citizens of Philadelphia as subscribed to the Non-Importation Resolutions, October 25th, 1765.' Text of the six resolutions cutting off trade with Great Britain until the repeal of the Stamp Act, an

Allen, William. [Philadelphia?]

Fac-simile of the 'Autographs of the Merchants and other Citizens of Philadelphia as subscribed to the Non-Importation Resolutions, October 25th, 1765.' Text of the six resolutions cutting off trade with Great Britain until the repeal of the Stamp Act, an

High Street, Philadelphia, with an American stage waggon

The Paxton expedition, inscribed to the author of the farce.

Duche's house, res. of Gov. Thomas McKean, S. Third Street, Philadelphia.

A view of the House of Employment, Alms-House, Pennsylvania Hospital, and part of the city of Philadelphia.

Penn, John. Philadelphia. To Sir William Johnson

Penn, John. Philadelphia. To Sir William Johnson

Duché, Jacob. [Philadelphia?]

Duché, Jacob. [Philadelphia?]

Penn, John. Philadelphia. To Sir William Johnson

Penn, John. Philadelphia. To Sir William Johnson

Philadelphia imports and exports

Philadelphia imports and exports

B. [Benjamin] Franklin of Philadelphia L.L.D. F.R.S.

Reed, Joseph. Philadelphia. To James Parker

Reed, Joseph. Philadelphia. To James Parker

Jefferson, Thomas. Philadelphia. To John Page

Smith, Jasper. Yorktown. To Benjamin Franklin and Robert Morris and the Committee of Safety of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia

Smith, Jasper. Yorktown. To Benjamin Franklin and Robert Morris and the Committee of Safety of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia

Smith, Jasper. Yorktown. To Benjamin Franklin and Robert Morris and the Committee of Safety of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia

Smith, Jasper. Yorktown. To Benjamin Franklin and Robert Morris and the Committee of Safety of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia

Jefferson, Thomas. Philadelphia. To John Page

A Map of the country round Philadelphia : including part of New Jersey, New York, Staten Island, & Long Island.

Letter to Thomas Burke, Philadelphia

Letter to [Thomas Fitzsimons, Philadelphia.]

Letter to George Simpson [Cashier of the Bank of the United States, Philadelphia]

Letter to Benjamin Bourn, Philadelphia

Letter to W[lliam] P. Farrand, Philadelphia

Letter to Benjamin Chew, Philadelphia

Letter to Carey and Hart, Publishers, Philadelphia

Letter to [the officers of the militia of Philadelphia.]

Letter to James Logan, Philadelphia

Letter to Elizabeth Graeme, Philadelphia

Letter to John Kean, Cashier, Bank of the United States, Philadelphia

Letter to Robert Johnson, Philadelphia

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to Benj[amin] Chew, Attorney General, Philadelphia

Letter to [Thomas Fitzsimons, Philadelphia.]

Letter to Josiah Bartlett, Philadelphia

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to Samuel Bryan, Philadelphia

Hancock, John. Philadelphia. To Convention of New Jersey

Letter to John Vaughan, Philadelphia

Letter to Thomas Burke, Philadelphia

Letter to William Young, Philadelphia

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to [H. N. Shiell? Philadelphia?]

Letter to James Logan, Philadelphia

Letter to John Lawrence, Philadelphia

Hancock, John. Philadelphia. To Convention of New Jersey

Letter to Thomas Riche, Philadelphia

Letter to John Vaughan, Philadelphia

Letter to Iz[aak] Pemberton, Philadelphia

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to John Lawrence, Philadelphia

Letter to Iz[aak] Pemberton, Philadelphia

Letter to William and Thomas Bradford Philadelphia

Letter to John Swift, Philadelphia

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to [Joseph Reed, Philadelphia.]

Letter to Francis Street, Philadelphia

Letter to Messrs. Jesse and Robt Waln, Philadelphia

Letter to Bernard Gratz [Philadelphia?]

Letter to Elias Boudinot, Philadelphia

Letter to John Vaughan, Philadelphia

Letter to Gov. [William] Denny, Philadelphia

Letter to Maj. Gen. [Benjamin] Lincoln, Philadelphia

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to Thomas Burke, Philadelphia

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to [Thomas Riche, Philadelphia.]

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to Mrs. H[annah] Iredell, Philadelphia

Letter to James Wilson and John Ross, Philadelphia

Letter to John Nicholson, Comptroller General, Philadelphia

Letter to Carey and Hart, Publishers, Philadelphia

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