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Box 15

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Contains 67 Results:

Franklin, Benjamin, Survey and courses of part of Old York and Bristol Roads, 1786 9mo 1

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"True copies" taken from reports of the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylanvia, Benjamin Franklin, president. Gift of C. Marshall Taylor, 1944 (?)

Dates: 1786 9mo 1

Quaker arbitration decision concerning Nathaniel Kirby and Elizabeth Kirby, Dartmouth, Mass., 1786 10mo 16

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A decision concerning the apple harvest to be divided amongst members of the Kirby family. Signed by Samuel Smith, Benjm Russell, and Henry Smith. Gift of Christopher Densmore, Acc. 2015.027.

Dates: 1786 10mo 16

Voght, Casper and Burmester, John George to Alsop and Hicks, New York, 1794 8mo 13

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Report of import of American and West Indies goods to Europe. Gift of Thonmas Hamm, 2010-012..

Dates: 1794 8mo 13

Testimony concerning Margaret Raine, 1797 12 mo 1

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Margaret Raine (1711/12-1796), Quaker minister of Marsden Monthly Meeting, England. Born Margaret Birtwistle and in 1745 married Jonathan Raine, also a Quaker minister. Gift of Christopher Densmore, 2011-035

Dates: 1797 12 mo 1

Ferris, David. A vision or Supernatural appearance. . . , [1735?]

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His vision of disaster while residing in Philadelphia in 1735, likely written some years later. David Ferris (1707-1779) was a Quaker minister from Oblong, NY, who removed to Wilmington, Del. Also a typed transcript. Gift of Christopher Densmore, 2011-026. See also Ferris Family Papers.

Dates: [1735?]

Account of May Drummond, 1735 5mo 19

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Ms. copy of a published article of a sermon she delivered, together with poem written in praise of her "by a young lady," and copy of a letter signed W. N., London, to the Governor of Rhode Island in which author describes Drummond's sermon. Drummond (ca. 1710-1772) was born in Scotland, convinced by Thomas Story, and spent many years in England. She was renowned as a speaker, especially in her early years.

Dates: 1735 5mo 19

London Yearly Meeting, Meeting for Sufferings. Minute regarding a proposition from the Quarterly Meeting of Warwickshire for reprinting George Fox’s Journal, 1763 7mo 22

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A proposition from the Quarterly Meeting of Warwickshire for reprinting George Fox’s Journal. See broadside: Proposals for printing by subscription…a new edition of the Journal…of…George Fox, together with Wm. Penn’s excellent introductory preface.

Dates: 1763 7mo 22

Chandler, Rachel. "A letter from Rachel Chandler to Ministers and Elders", 1764 9mo; 1766

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Scope and Contents Two copies of letter of Rachel Chandler (1723?-1765) of Esher, Surrey, England. Manuscript copy, part of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting Manuscripts, deposited 1975, is dated 9 mo 1764. Ms copy gift of New York Yearly Meeting, 1997, is dated 1766. Printed version, London : printed at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1766, available on-line in Eighteen Century Collections Online and in FHL. Also in the same folder from NYYM, Ms copy of "Description...
Dates: 1764 9mo; 1766