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Albert Cook Myers Historical Collection: William Penn papers

MS.Coll.190

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Chester County Historical Society. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Chester County Historical Society
Creator:
Myers, Albert Cook, 1874-1960
Title:
Albert Cook Myers Historical Collection: William Penn papers
Date [inclusive]:
1645-1960
Call Number:
MS.Coll.190
Extent:
81 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
Albert Cook Myers (1874-1960) was a Pennsylvania historian, who dedicated his life’s work to the identification, study and organization of William Penn’s published writings and personal papers. Beginning in 1910, after securing an endorsement from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, he set out to publish: “The Complete Works of William Penn.” All told, Myers devoted fifty years of his life to this project. Though his publication goals were never realized, he assembled a massive and notable body of information about William Penn. To complete his studies, Myers travelled abroad and throughout the United States. As a result of his efforts, he came to be regarded as an expert on the topic and often spoke publicly on the life and times of William Penn. The Albert Cook Myers research collection of William Penn materials contains the information gathered by Myers in his pursuit to thoroughly research and publish a volume documenting the complete writings of William Penn. Researchers will find Myers' notes, transcriptions, photocopies of documents, newspaper clippings, various author articles, first editions and other early editions of Penn's works, picture postcards of places related to Penn, and photos and original manuscript material. The bulk of the collection is "The Manuscript" series, which focuses on Myer's work on Penn's own writings. Researchers should be aware that the bulk of the collection is Myers' notes and only a small portion is original manuscript material related to Penn. The collection spans the dates of 1645 to 1960, however, the bulk of the material was collected and created by Myers from 1910 to 1960.
Cite as:
Albert Cook Myers Historical Collection: William Penn papers, MS. Coll. 190, 1688-1955, Chester County Historical Society.
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Biography/History

Albert Cook Myers (1874-1960) was a Pennsylvania historian, who dedicated his life’s work to the identification, study and organization of William Penn’s published writings and personal papers. Beginning in 1910, after securing an endorsement from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, he set out to publish: “The Complete Works of William Penn.” All told, Myers devoted fifty years of his life to this project. Though his publication goals were never realized, he assembled a massive and notable body of information about William Penn, which included transcriptions of original documents found in the United States and England, research notes, first and other early original editions of Penn’s published works, and some original manuscript material as well. To complete his studies, Myers travelled abroad and throughout the United States. As a result of his efforts, he came to be regarded as an expert on the topic and often spoke publicly on the life and times of William Penn.

Myers was born in 1874 in York Springs, Pennsylvania. He was a devoted Quaker. He attended Martin Academy and Swarthmore College, earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Swarthmore in 1898 and 1901, respectively. He obtained further graduate education from the Universities of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Harvard. Later, in 1932, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from Franklin and Marshal College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Though he was best known for his work on the Penn papers project, throughout his life, Myers was involved in many other historical pursuits of significance. Early in his career, he served as history editor for the publication, The Literary Era, and he also authored and/or edited several books on early American and Pennsylvania history. They include,  Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1902;  Sally Wister’s Journal, 1902;  Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, 1902;  Memoir of Gilbert Cope, 1929;  William Penn’s Early Life in Brief, 1944-1974, 1937; and several others.

Myers was also involved in various capacities with the Jamestown Exposition in 1907, the Pennsylvania State Historical Commission, Pennsylvania Commission on School History Text Books, Philadelphia Mayor’s Historical Commission, and the Sesquicentennial Celebration. He was a member and chairman of the Historical Commission of Valley Forge Park from 1923 to 1935, and in 1932, directed the William Penn Commemoration. He was president of Friends Historical Society of England and a member of the Pennsylvania Federation of Historical Societies. During World War I, he served as officer of the War Camp Community Service in Philadelphia, organizing historical walks through Philadelphia and receptions at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania for servicemen.

Albert Cook Myers died on April 1, 1960. He never married.

Scope and Contents

The Albert Cook Myers research collection of William Penn materials contains the information gathered by Myers in his pursuit to thoroughly research and publish a volume documenting the complete writings of William Penn. Researchers will find Myers' notes, transcriptions, photocopies of documents, newspaper clippings, various articles, first editions and other early editions of Penn's works, picture postcards of places related to Penn, and photos and original manuscript material. The bulk of the collection is "The Manuscript" series, which focuses on Myer's work on Penn's own writings. Researchers should be aware that the bulk of the collection is Myers' notes and only a small portion is original manuscript material related to Penn. The collection spans the dates of 1645 to 1960, however, the bulk of the material was collected and created by Myers from 1910 to 1960.

The Albert Cook Myers research collection of William Penn consists of research conducted by Albert Cook Myers for an intended definitive edition of the works of William Penn. Myers proposed to include all of Penn's published works and all the surviving letters in order to supplant other "meagre and antiquated" published editions. Over time, he added the task of writing a biography to his already ambitious plan. For nearly fifty years, Myers researched and collected information, copies of original manuscripts and works, and organized his research for the eventual writing of the edition. The writing of the volume never occurred.

This collection is arranged into the following series: "The Manuscript," "The Biographical notes," "Catalogues and bibliographies," "Printed works by William Penn," "Tracts attributed to William Penn," "Albert Cook Myers and the Complete Works," "Collections of materials related to William Penn," "The Irish Diary," "Research regarding Indians," Research regarding ships on the Delaware, ship captains, and passengers," "Research regarding English Quakers," and "Research regarding non-Quakers." For more details on each series please see the series scope notes.

At the time of donation to the Chester County Historical Society, Albert Cook Myers had organized the collection into 196 volumes of transcripts, photostats, printed material and notes pertaining to the life and time of William Penn. Because the organization of the collection was developed and used by Myers himself, the volume number scheme and folder titles set forth by Myers have been maintained. Spelling, date expressions, capitalization, abbreviations, and title format were all adhered to as closely as possible to retain the structure set forth by Myers. In further respect to Myers' organization, an existing index (located in box 72) was used extensively in the processing of this collection.

In order for this collection to be used most effectively, researchers should be aware of several factors. First, researchers should be aware that the bulk of this collection consists of copies or transcriptions of original documents which are housed in England, Ireland, Europe and the United States in both repositories of primary sources or private collections. Throughout the collection, dates have been maintained as written on documents due to the Quaker calendar differing from the standard calendar until 1753. Myers' note taking methodology was unique and as a result there is extensive duplication in this collection. Researchers will probably need to look at many series in order to gain the most complete picture. According to project archivist, Carol Grigson, in 1998 who worked on other Myers' collections, "when Myers took notes, he never made a single copy. In fact, he always had carbon paper and note tablets enabling him to take notes in triplicate or quadruplicate. What this means for the user of this collection is that his notes show up in different forms and in different places. Sometimes there are just folders of stray notes, with no discernible organization. From this disorganized state, many stages exist in between. His ultimate form of organization, short of a finished manuscript is labeled 'notes pasted to sheets.' To reach this state, Myers sorted out all his information, reread everything according to his outline and put them together in a form he would use to produce a manuscript. He then went one step further and pasted these notes to sheets of paper which were then usually placed in binder notebooks. In the mind of Myers, this research was complete and ready for the final writing."

This collection will be of use to William Penn scholars; Quaker scholars; religious scholars; genealogists; those interested in the early history of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey and areas within each state; and those interested in nautical history.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Chester County Historical Society,  2010 September 22

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Jennifer Duli

Sponsor

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Chester County Historical Society with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Albert Cook Myers.

Processing Information note

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

This collection was minimally processed in 2009-2011, as part of an experimental project conducted under the auspices of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries to help eliminate processing backlog in Philadelphia repositories. A minimally processed collection is one processed at a less intensive rate than traditionally thought necessary to make a collection ready for use by researchers. When citing sources from this collection, researchers are advised to defer to folder titles provided in the finding aid rather than those provided on the physical folder.

Employing processing strategies outlined in Mark Greene's and Dennis Meissner's 2005 article, More Product, Less Process: Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late 20th-Century Collections, the project team tested the limits of minimal processing on collections of all types and ages, in 23 Philadelphia area repositories. A primary goal of the project, the team processed at an average rate of 2-3 hours per linear foot of records, a fraction of the time ordinarily reserved for the arrangement and description of collections. Among other time saving strategies, the project team did not extensively review the content of the collections, replace acidic folders or complete any preservation work.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Historical Society of Pennsylvania: Cadwalader family papers, 1681-1811 (Collection 1454); Cox-Parrish-Wharton family papers, 1600-1900 (Collection 0154); John Blackwell letters, 1688-1890 (Collection 0056); Logan family papers, 1664-1871 (Collection 0379); Logan-Fisher-Fox family papers, 1700-1930 (Collection 1960); Penn family papers, 1629-1834 (Collection 0485); Robert Proud collection, 1681-1811 (Collection 0529); Samuel J. Bunting papers, 1719-1959 (Collection 1948)

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Pennsylvania. Provincial Assembly.
  • Society of Friends.
Family Name(s)
  • Penn family
Form/Genre(s)
  • Books
  • Correspondence
  • Manuscripts
  • Research notes
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
Personal Name(s)
  • Logan, James, 1674-1751
  • Penn, William, 1644-1718
Subject(s)
  • Colonization
  • Emigration and immigration
  • Freedom of religion
  • History--Research
  • Indians of North America
  • Land grants
  • Native Americans
  • Quakers
  • Religion
  • United States--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775

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Collection Inventory

Series I. The Manuscript, Bulk, 1910-1960 1645-1960 (Bulk, 1910-1960) .

Scope and Contents note

The core of the collection is contained in a group of 58 volumes (I-XLVIII A) of Myers' notes entitled "The Manuscript." These volumes make up 34 boxes of the collection. The material in these volumes is arranged in chronological order, 1660 to 1712, and consists of material written by Penn, including transcripts, photocopies, letters, tracts, petitions, commissions, wills, etc. Included are some early editions of Penn's published works.

The majority of the transcripts are typed, however, some are handwritten. The transcripts may, but do not always, include the source and location of the original document. Researchers will find that the works of William Penn have been heavily annotated by Myers

Also included is the Addenda to the Manuscript which includes transcripts, photographs and notes, dating from 1671 to 1732.

This series will provide an excellent starting point for researchers because folder titles are fairly descriptive. After searching this series, it is recommended that researchers also examine the "Biographical notes" and "Catalogues and bibliographies," series.

1660-1688 (Volume I).

Box Folder

The Duke of Gloucester's Death, 1660.

1 1

"Publica re Dux Magne...", Latin Verses on the death of Henry, Duke of Gloucester, 1660.

1 2

Verse, "Ah Tyrant Lust... with Joy Externally", 1664.

1 3

Letter to his father, Sir William Penn: "Honoured Father, we could not arrive ... a father and a friend," Harwich, England.

1 4

Letter to his father, Sir William Penn - "Hond: ffather, being not able... all true veneration Hond ffather," Navy Office, London, 1665 May 6.

1 5

Letter to his father, Sir William Penn - "Honourable Sir, When I was at Carrickfergus....fleet to be near out," Dublin, Ireland, 1666 July 4.

1 6

Letter to Sir William Penn, Kinsale, 1666 10th month (December) 14 and 18.

1 7

Letter to the Earl of Orrery - "The occasion may seem... an honest man," Prison Cork, Ireland, 1667 9th month (November).

1 8

Truth Exalted, 1668, London, 1668, 1671.

1 9

The Guide Mistaken, London, 1668.

1 10

The Sandy Foundation Shaken. 1668, London, 1668, 1684.

1 11

1668-1669 (Volume II).

Box Folder

An Answer to a Vain Flash, circa 1668.

1 12

A Relation and Description of the Nature and Fruits of the Two Kingdoms of Darkness and Light, circa 1668.

1 13

To a Young Person of His Acquaintance. Navy Office, London, 1668 5th month (July) 10.

1 14

Thomas Loe's Dying words, 1668.

1 15

Letter to G[uli] S[pringett] - "To D.G.S. This salutes thee... well with us", 1668 8th month (October) 6.

1 16

Letter to Isaac Pennington - "Isaac Pennington, I very dearly salute... wife and family, I remain in true love." London, 1668 8th month (October) 17.

1 17

Letter of George Whitehead and William Penn to Thomas Vincent and Thomas Danson, 1668 8th month (October) 31.

1 18

Letter to G[uli] S[pringett] - "D.G.S. I thought it convient....Everlasting Light and Glory, farewell." The Tower London, 1668 10th month (December).

1 19

Letter to G[eorge] W[hitehead], A.S., I[saac] P[ennington], S.N.G.R. etc. - "Dear friends and Brethren in the everlasting... is worthy forever." The Tower London, 1668.

1 20

Letter to Ludowick Muggleton - "Having had a deep... souls to Eternity", 1668/9 12th month (February) 11.

1 21

Thomas Danson's Answer No Answer, [1669].

1 22

Petition to Charles II and Privy Council, [circa 1669].

1 23

Letter to Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington - "To the Lord Arlington I know not any... Safety to my conscience." The Tower London, 1669 4th month (June) 19.

1 24

Letter to Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington. The Tower London, 1669 5th month (July) 1.

1 25

No Cross, No Crown. [London], 1669.

1 26

No Cross, No Crown. Second Edition, London, 1682.

1 27

Testimonies concerning George Fox's Proposals of Marriane. Bristol, England, 1669 8th month (October) 18 and 22.

1 28

Innocency with her Open Face. [London], 1669.

1 29

1669-1670 (Volumes, III IV, V and V A).

Box Folder

From Lord Shannon to William Penn. "My excuse for not... Mr. Penn, ever command (...P.S.)," Baltimore, 1667 August 20.

2 6

From Lord Shannon to William Penn - "I humbly thank you... heartily welcome, being very really." Baltimore, 1667 October 14.

2 7

From Earl of Orrery to William Penn - "Sir, this morning... I subscribe myself." Charleville, 1667 November 9.

2 8

From Lord Broughall to William Penn - "Sr. Sol soone as... in particular to Sr." Charleville, 1670 May 18.

2 9

From Lord O Bryan to William Penn - "Sir, My Brother Broghill... I am really." Charleville, 1670 May 16 or 17.

2 10

Ann Gay to William Penn and Philip Ford - "Good Phillipp hearing Mr. Penn... will much obblidg", Dublin, 1670 July 3.

2 11

Guli Springett to William Penn [plus p.s. by Mary Penington] - "WP with ...them etcetera", Penne, Bucks, 1670 July 16.

2 12

John Gay to William Penn - "Dear Sir I should in the ...but remaine, deare friend," London, 1670 July 23.

2 13

Richard Bent to William Penn - "sir, Hearinge by Jo... Peningetone rest he that is." Inchenabucka, 1670 August.

2 14

John Kealy to William Penn - "When I ...present from", Dublin, 1670 August 5.

2 15

Philip Ford to William Penn - "Dear ffriend My last...semethee", Cork, 1670 August 9.

2 16

Massereen to William Penn - "Sr. the Bearer... allows it to," Antrim, 1670 November 9.

2 17

Photographs, etcetera.

2 18

A Letter of Love to the Young Convinced. Carberry, County Cork, Ireland. 12th month (February) 12, 1669-70. Printed in Cork, Ireland, 1669.

3 1

God's Controversy Proclaimed to the Nation, 1670.

3 2

Letter to his father, Sir William Penn. 'The sign of the Black Dog, Newgate Market', London, 1670 6th month (August 15).

3 3

Exceptions to the Procedure of the Court at the Old Bailey, London, 1670 6th month (August) 31.

3 4

The Peoples Ancient and Just Liberties Asserted in the Tryal of William Penn and William Nead, at the Old Bailey, London (Printed in 1670), 1670 7th month (September) 1-5.

3 5

The Peoples Ancient and Just Liberties Asserted in the Tryal of William Penn and William Mead, at Old Baily, London ([66-67 missing], [68-72 copies]), 1670 7th month (September) 1-5.

3 6

Letter to his father, Sir William Penn - "Dear father Because I cannot... works for the best." Prison, London, 1670 7th month (September).

3 7

Letter to his father, Sir William Penn - "Dear father I desire thee... all perishing concerns," Newgate Prison, London, 1670 7th month (September) 6.

3 8

Letter to his father, Sir William Penn - "Dear father to say I am... approve myself, thy obedient son," Newgate Prison, London, 1670 7th month (September) 7.

3 9

Memorial Inscription to Sir William Penn, in the Church of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, England, 1670 7th month (September) 16.

3 10

Letter to Samuel Pepys - "I am so ffar... thou believest is," London, 1670 9th month (November) 4.

3 11

Letter to P[eter] M[ews], Vice Chancellor of Oxford - "Shall the... and foundation of water," Oxford, England, 1670 9th month (November).

3 12

Letter to Lorrd Brouncker, Sir John Mennes, Col. Middleton, Sir Jeremiah Smyth, and Samuel Pepys, London, 1670 10th month (December) 2.

3 13

Letter to the Commissioners of the Navy - "Since my comeing ...the deceased ffatheroff," London, 1670 10th month (December) 31.

3 14

A Seasonable Caveat Against Popery. Penn, Buckinghamshire, England (Printed in 1670), 1670/1 11th month (January) 13.

3 15

Injustice Detected. London, 1670 12th month (February) 5.

3 16

The Great Case of Liberty of Conscience. Newgate Prison, London. (Printed in 1670), 1670/1 12th month (February) 7.

3 17

Irish Diary - "My Irish Journal" (written).

2 1

Irish Diary (5 printed copies), circa 1910.

2 5

Irish Diary - "My Irish Journal" (typed), circa 1910.

2 2

Irish Diary - "My Irish Journal" (photostat copy), circa 1910.

2 3

Irish Diary - "My Irish Journal" (duplicate photostats - cover of diary), circa 1910.

2 4

1670-1671 (Volume VI).

Box Folder

William Penn's Examination in the Tower of London. 12th month (February) 5.

4 1

A Prefatory Observation Upon the Quakers Spiritual Court Proclaimed, [circa 1670].

4 2

To the Commons of England - "Besides those many ...not withstanding", [circa 1670].

4 3

To the Commons of England - "For as much as it is not unknown....may not be crusht", [circa 1670].

4 4

An Act for the Preservation of the Subjects Properties, [circa 1670].

4 5

Verse: An Holy Triumph (letter to G.M. Springett), Newgate Prison, London, 1671.

4 6

Letter to R Lang [Lany] - "My ingenious friend ... as for thy true friend," Newgate Prison, London, 1671.

4 7

Letter to the Earl of Middlesex and Dorset, circa 1671 (?) [date should be 1677].

4 8

The Arraignment and Judgment of that cruel spirit of Persecution ... in Little Port, Isle of Ely, 1671.

4 9

A Short Testimony Concerning Josiah Coale, 1671.

4 10

Truth Rescued from Imposture. Newgate Prison, London. (Printed in 1670), 1670/1 1st month (March).

4 11

To the High Court of Parliament - "[Fo]r as much as it hath please ...our suffering friends in England," Newgate Prison, London, 1671 2nd month (April).

4 12

"A Cautionary Postscript to the People of England," printed at the end of 2nd edition of Truth Exalted, (London 1671) 18-19, 1671 2nd month (April) 7.

4 13

Letter to the Sheriffs of London - "Friends, though we are ... peace with him." Newgate Prison, London, 1671 3rd month (May).

4 14

Letter to Samuel Pepys - "My ffriend perfect charity urges ... obligation done to," London, 1671 4th month (June) 4.

4 15

A Serious Apology. Newgate Prison, London, 1671 4th month (June) 29.

4 16

A Serious Apology, 1671 4th month (June) 29.

4 17

1671-1672 (Volumes VII and VIII).

Box Folder

A Trumpet Sounded in the Ears of the Inhabitants of Both the High and Low Dutch Nation. Amsterdam, 1671 7th month (September) 9.

5 1

Letter to the Community of John De Labadie, at Herford, Westphalia - "My friend I came in ye love ...advised and cautioned." Herford, 1671 8th month (October).

5 2

Epistle to the Quakers - "My dearly beloved...; My love is...Truth leaves it." Suffolk, England, 1671 9th month (November) 15.

5 3

The Proposed Comprehension. Broadside, printed circa 1672.

5 4

Letter to John Faldo, [circa 1672].

5 5

Letter to Isaac and Gertrude Jacobs, and Peter and Elizabeth Hendricks, in Amsterdam [1st month (March)].

5 6

Marriage Certificate. King John's farm. Chorleywood, Hertfordshire, 1672 2nd month (April) 4.

5 7

Epistle to Quakers and People of the United Netherlands - "Friends and people..., the darkness... may call to mind." London, 1672 4th month (June) 14.

5 8

Diary of a Journey Through Kent, Sussex, and the Skirt of Surrey, England, 1672 7th month (September) 11-8th month (October) 4.

5 9

Letter to William Mucklow. Basing House, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1672 8th month (October) 11.

5 10

Letter to Dr. Hasbert, of the city of Emden, Germany. Basing House, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1672 9th month (November) 22.

5 11

Plain Dealing; or Good Advice to John De Labadie and his followers, at Herford, Westphalia, 1672 9th month (November) 24.

5 12

Letter to Ludowick Muggleton. Rickmansworth, Herfordshire, England, 1672 10th month (December) 15.

5 13

Letter to John Morse. Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1672 10th month (December) 25.

5 14

Letter to John Morse, 1672 11th month (January) 9.

5 15

Letter to Edward Terry. Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1672/3 11th month (January) 29.

5 16

Letter to John Morse. Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1672 12th month (February) 2.

5 17

A Winding Street, 1672 12th month (February) 16.

5 18

Plain Dealing, 1672.

5 19

The Spirit of Truth Vindicated, 1672.

5 20

The Spirit of the Truth (also New Witness), 1672.

5 21

Quakerism a new Nick-Name for old Christianity, 1672.

6 1

Quakerism a New Nick-Name for Old Christianity, 1672-1673.

6 2

The New Witness Proved Old Heretics, 1672.

6 3

1673-1674 (Volumes IX, X and XI).

Box Folder

The Invalidity of John Faldo's Vindication, 1673.

7 1

The Invalidity of John Faldo's Vindication, 1673.

7 2

Lawrence Steel's Anagram on William Penn, 1673.

8 1

The Spirit of Alexander the Copper-Smith, 1673.

8 2

Judas and the Jews, 1673.

8 3

Letter to Friends in Maryland - "Dear friends, Though unknown to you... faith my soul", 1673.

8 4

Letter to Daniel Fleming - Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1673.

8 5

Reason Against Railing(Printed in 1673), 1673 3rd month (May) 15.

8 6

Reason Against Railing, 1673.

8 7

Wisdom Justified, 1673.

8 8

Epistle to Suffering Quakers in Holland or Germany. Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1673 7th month (September) 1.

8 9

Letter to Mary Pennyman. Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1673 9th month (November) 22.

8 10

Epistle to the Little Flock and Family of God. Basing House, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1673 10th month (December) 4.

8 11

Letter to J.L., S.D., etcetera - "Dear Friends, J.L., S.D., etcetera sometime since... would without end." London, 1673/4 11th month (January) 17.

8 12

Letter to John Collenges. Basing House, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1673 11th month (January) 22.

8 13

Several Tracts Apologetical, undated.

8 14

A Discourse, 1674.

8 15

Letter to Sir J. Cordel of Suffolk, circa 1673-1674.

8 16

Letter to Squire Bowls of Wiltshire, England. Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1674.

8 17

1674 (Volumes XI, XII, XIII, and XIV).

Box Folder

Letter to Charles II, [1674].

8 18

Letter to W[illiam] B[orroughs] Parson of Chenies, Hertfordshire, England [1674].

8 19

Letter to Neighbors, [1674].

8 20

Letter to J. Keetch, [1674].

8 21

Letter to Thomas Danson, [1674].

8 22

Letter to George Fox - "Thy fatherly love" etc, [1673].

8 23

A Just Rebuke, printed in 1674.

8 24

A Just Rebuke, 1674, circa 1674.

8 25

The Invalidity of John Faldo's Vindication, second printing, 1674 (2 copies), circa 1674.

9 1

Urim and Thummim, 1674.

9 2

Epistle to the Quakers, 1st month (March) 10, 1674.

9 3

Letter to Margaret Fox, 1st month (March) 16, 1674.

9 4

Letter to J.H. and companion, Justices in Middlesex, England. 1st month (March) 31, 1674, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England.

9 5

Letter to Henry Clark. 2nd month (April) 4, 1674, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England.

9 6

Letter, 3rd month (May) 8, 1674.

9 7

Letter. [November 3,] 1674.

9 8

Latin Inscription to the Quakers in Danzig, Germany. 4th month (June) 22, 1674, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England.

9 9

The Counterfeit Christian, 1674.

9 10

The Counterfeit Christian, 1674.

9 11

Letter to George Fox. 7th month (September) 5, 1674, London.

9 12

William Penn's Just Complaint. 7th month (September) 5, 1674, London.

9 13

Naked Truth Needs No Shift. 7th month (September) 11, 1674.

9 14

Libels No Proof. 7th month (September) 21, 1674.

9 15

Letter to William Kiffin et al. 8th month (October) 2, 1674, London.

9 16

Letter to William Kiffin et al. 8th month (October) 3, 1674.

9 17

Letter to Jeremy Ives. 8th month (October) 15, 1674, London.

9 18

Letter to William Kiffin et al. 8th month (October) 13, 1674, London.

9 19

Answer to the Printed Proposals of the Baptists. 8th month (October) 17, 1674, London.

9 20

Letter to the Baptists. 8th month (October) 17, 1674, London.

9 21

Jeremy Ives's Sober Request. 8th month (October) 27, 1674, Broadside, London.

9 22

William Penn's Return to John Faldo's Reply. 9th month (November) 12, 1674.

9 23

Letter to George Fox. 9th month (November) 20, 1674.

10 1

Letter to George Fox. 9th month (November) 21, 1674, London.

10 2

Letter to George Fox. 10th month (December) 1, 1674, London.

10 3

Epistle to the Quakers in the Netherlands and Germany. 10th month (December) 12, 1674, London.

10 4

Christian Liberty. 10th month (December) 14, 1674, London. Printed in 1674-5, circa 1674-1675, 1910-1960.

10 5

Letter to John Fenwick. 11th month (January) 20, 1674-5, London.

10 6

Letter to John Faldo. 11th month (January) 20, 1674.

10 7

Letter to John Faldo. 11th month (January) 26, 1674/5.

10 8

Letter to John Fenwick. 11th month (January) 30, 1674-5, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England.

10 9

Letter to John Faldo. 12th month (February) 2, 1674/5, London, England.

10 10

Send-Brief An Die Burgermeister Und Raht Der Stadt Danzig. 12th month (February) 5, 1674, London. Printed in Amsterdam in 1675.

10 11

Letter to John Fenwick. 12th month (February) 13, 1674-5, London.

10 12

The Christian Quaker, printed in 1674.

10 13

The Christian Quaker, 1674-5, 1699.

10 14

The Christian Quaker (and his Devine Testimony Vindicated) in II parts. William Penn and George Whitehead, 1674, 1674.

10 15

1675 (Volumes XV and XV A).

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Letter to W.B. [1675].

11 1

Letter to C. Pooley, [1675].

11 2

Concerning Tithes, [1675].

11 3

England's Present Interest Discovered, 1675.

11 4

England's Present Interest Discovered, 1675, 1645,1675,1698.

11 5

Saul Smitten to the Ground, 1675, 1675, circa 1910-1960.

11 6

The Continued Cry of the Oppressed for Justice, 1675, 1675, circa 1910-1960.

11 7

John Fenwick's Drawing of West New Jersey Lands. 5th month (May) 7, 1675.

11 8

A Treatise of Oaths. 3rd month (May) 25, 1675, London, 1675, circa 1910-1960.

11 9

A Short Abstract of the Treatise of Oaths, [1675], 1675, circa 1910-1960.

11 10

1675-1677 (Volume XVI).

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Epistle of William Penn and Other Quakers. 3rd month (May) 27, 1675, London.

12 1

Letter to Sir William Petty, at Piccadilly, London. 5th month (July) 30, 1675, Windsor, England.

12 2

Letter to George Fox. 7th month (September) 9, 1675.

12 3

Debate with Richard Baxter. 8th month (October) 5, 1675, Hertfordshire.

12 4

Letter to Richard Baxter. 8th month (October) 5, [1675].

12 5

Letter to Richard Baxter. 8th month (October), [1675].

12 6

Letter to Ch. Osb., a Roman Catholic. 8th month (October) 9, 1675, London.

12 7

Letter to Richard Baxter. 8th month (October) 11, 1675.

12 8

Letter from Richard Baxter to William Penn. 8th month (October) 11, 1675.

12 9

Letter to Richard Baxter. 8th month (October) 11, 1675, London.

12 10

Letter to Richard Baxter. October [1675].

12 11

Letter to Viscountess Conway. 8th month (October) 20, 1675, London.

12 12

The Concessions of the Proprietors Freeholders and Inhabitants of West New Jersey ALS New Jersey in America. 1st month (March) 3, 1675-1676.

12 13

Letter to the Princess Elizabeth of Palatine, and the Countess Maria De Horns, at Hertford, Westphalia, 1676.

12 14

The Description of the Province of West Jersey in America. [5th month (July), 1676, London].

12 15

Epistle of William Penn, Gawen Lawrie and Nicholas Lucas, Respecting West New Jersey. [1676, London].

12 16

Epistle to Quaker Prisoners in Aberdeen, [1676].

12 17

Letter to W.G., [circa 1676].

12 18

Letter to George Fox. 1st month (March) 4, 1675-6.

12 19

The Skirmisher Defeated. 1676, [London].

12 20

The Skirmisher Defeated. 1676, [London], 1676.

12 21

Letter to Robert Clayton and Alderman Morris. 5th month (July) 7, 1676.

12 22

Instructions of the Trustees of West New Jersey to their Commissioners. 6th month (August) 18, 1676, London.

12 23

Instruction of the Trustees of West New Jersey to Richard Hartshorn. August 26, 1676, London.

12 24

Letter to John Raunce and Charles Harris. 7th month (September) 11, 1676.

12 25

Meeting between William Penn and William Rogers. 1677, Bristol, England.

12 26

Letter to the Earl of Middlesex and Dorsett, circa 1677.

12 27

Letter to the Earl of Middlesex and Dorsett, circa 1671.

12 28

Letter to William Gibson.

12 29

Letter of William Gibson and William Penn to Dear Friends and Brethren, 1677.

12 30

Letter to Robert Southwell. 1st month (March) 11, 1676 [-7(?)], Walthamstow, Essex.

12 31

Letter to Henry Sidon. 3rd month (May) 25, 1677, London.

12 32

Letter to Robert Southwell. 4th month (June) 19, 1677, London.

12 33

Letter to Robert Southwell. 4th month (June) 19, 1677, London.

12 34

To the Churches of Jesus, 1677. 6th month (August) 22, 1677, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, 1677, 1750, circa 1910-1960.

12 35

A Summons, or Call to Christendom. 10th month (October) 20, 1677 (N.S.), 8th month (October) 10, 1677 (D.S.), Amsterdam, 1694, circa 1910-1960.

12 36

A Tender Visitation. Circa 8th month (October) 15, 1677, Holland.

12 37

To All Those Professors of Christianity. Circa 8th month (October) 15, 1677, Holland.

12 38

Tender Counsel and Advice. 8th month (October) 20, 1677, Rotterdam, Holland, 1762, circa 1910-1960.

12 39

1677 (Volumes XVII and XVII A).

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William Penn to God's Friends Everywhere Concerning the P'sent Separatists and Their Spirit of Separation. 7th month (September) 16, 1677.

12 41

An Account of My Journey into Holland and Germany, 1677.

12 42

William Penn to Elizabeth, Princess Palatine, 1677.

12 43

An Account of My Journey into Holland and Germany, 1677.

12 44

Princess Elizabeth of Palatine to W.P. [William Penn]. October 29, 1677, [October (?)] 20, [1677 (?)].

12 45

An Account of My Journey into Holland and Germany, 1677.

12 46

William Penn's Correspondence with Princess Elizabeth, 1677.

12 47

An Account of My Journey into Holland and Germany, 1677.

12 40

An Account of My Journey into Holland and Germany. Bibliographical Notes, 1677.

13 1

An Account of My Journey into Holland and Germany, 1677.

13 2

An Account of My Journey into Holland and Germany, 1694, 1714.

13 3

1677-1679 (Volumes XIX and XIX B).

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Het Christenrijk Ten Oordeel Gedagvaart. 8th month (October) 30, 1677, Rotterdam. Printed in 1678.

14 1

Epistle with Ambrose Rigge, Thomas Robinson. 9th month (November) 5, 1677, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

14 2

Letter to the Earl of Middlesex and Dorsett. 9th month (November) 17, 1677, London.

14 3

William Penn to John Pennyman. November 18, 1677.

14 4

William Penn to Peter Hendricks. November 19, 1677.

14 5

George Fox to Peter Hendricks. November 19, 1677.

14 6

Letter to Peter and E.H., J.C., J.A., J.R., J.L., B. van T. 10th month (December) 10, 1677.

14 7

Letter to Margaret Fox. 11th month (January) 8, 1677, Bucks, England.

14 8

Report of the Meeting between John Story and William Penn. 12th month (February) 12, 1677, Bristol.

14 9

A Brief Answer. 1678, [London], 1678, circa 1910-1960.

14 10

Petition to Parliament, 1678.

14 11

An Address to Protestants. 1678, [London].

14 12

An Address to Protestants, 1678 (2 copies), 1678, 1679.

14 13

An Address to Protestants, 1678 (two copies, 1692), 1692.

14 14

Two Speeches Before a Committee of Parliament. 1st month (March) 22, 1678, London.

15 1

Letter to Robert Clayton and Alderman Morris. 5th month (July) 8, 1678.

15 2

Letter to John Fatherley. Circa 5th month (July) 19, 1678.

15 3

Epistle to Quakers in Holland and Germany. August 2, 1678, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

15 4

Letter to Anthony Sharp. 6th month (August) 14, 1678.

15 5

To the Children of Light. 9th month (November) 4, 1678, Worminghurst, Sussex, England, 1678, circa 1910-1960.

15 6

Epistle to Meeting of friends in Sussex and Hampshire. 9th month (November) 5, 1678.

15 7

Letter to Margaret Fox. 11th month (January) 8, 1676.

15 8

Letter to Arthur Esmead, John Matraves and other Wiltshire Quakers. 11th month (January) 28, 1678.

15 9

1679-1681 (Volume XX).

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Letter to Algernon Sidney. 1st month (March) 1, 1679.

15 10

Epistle. 1st month (March) 11, 1679.

15 11

Testimony Concerning Samuel Fisher on the Testimony of Truth Exalted. 1st month (March) 27, 1679, London.

15 12

Petition to Privy Council, England. Circa 2nd month (April) 16, 1679.

15 13

Epistle to Kent Quakers. 2nd month (April) 29, 1679, London.

15 14

Letter to Algernon Sidney. 5th month (July) 29, 1679, Wiston Sussex.

15 15

A Paper Concerning John Story. 8th month (October) 1679, London.

15 16

Letter to Peter Hendricks and John Claus. 9th month (November) 27, 1679, London.

15 17

Letter of William Penn and others to Bristol Quakers. 12th month (February) 19, 1679, London.

15 18

Letter to My Noble Friend, circa 1680.

15 19

Letter to William, Prince of Orange. 12th month (February) 26, 1679.

15 20

England's Great Interest, 1679.

15 21

One Project for the Good of England, 1679.

15 22

Petition to Charles II for the Grant of Pennsylvania. 4th month (June) 1, 1680.

15 23

Dedication to Charles II of England. 4th month (June) 22, 1680, London.

15 24

Preface to Case of the Quakers. 8th month (October) 26, 1680, London.

15 25

Preface to Quaker Suffering. 9th month (November) 15, 1680, London.

15 26

Preface to Suffering of the Quakers. 10th month (December) 20, 1680, London.

15 27

Testimony Concerning Isaac Penington. 12th month, 20, 1680-1, Westminster.

15 28

Letter to, circa 1681.

15 29

Letter to, 1681.

15 30

Letter to Dr. John Wallis, circa 1681.

15 31

Letter to Robert Turner. 1st month (March) 5, 1681.

15 32

Letter to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 8, 1681, London.

15 33

Instructions to William Markham. 2nd month (April) 8, 1681.

15 34

Letter to Lord Baltimore. 2nd month (April) 10, 1681, Westminster, London.

15 35

Commission and Instruction to William Markham as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 10, 1681, Westminster.

15 36

1681-1682 (Volumes XXI and XXII).

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Some Account of the Province in Pennsylvania. [2nd month (April)], 1681, London.

15 37

Letter to Robert Turner, Anthony Sharp and Roger Roberts. 2nd month (April) 12, 1681, Westminster.

15 38

Certain Conditions or Concessions. 5th month (July) 11, 1681.

15 39

Letter to Thomas Janney. 6th month (August) 21, 1681, London.

15 40

Letter to Robert Turner. 6th month (August) 25, 1681.

15 41

Letter to James Harrison. 6th month (August) 25, 1681.

15 42

Letter to Phineas Pemberton. 6th month (August) 26, 1681.

15 43

Letter to James Frisby, Edward Jones, Augustine Herrman, George Oldfield, Henry Ward and Henry Johnson. 7th month (September) 16, 1681, London.

15 44

Instructions to William Crispin, John Bezer and Nathaniel Allen, Commissioners to Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 30, 1681.

15 45

Letter to Ralph Fretwell. Circa 8th month (October) to 10th month (December) 1681.

15 46

Recommendation of the Medicines of Charles Marshall. 8th month (October), 1681.

15 47

Letter to Robert Vickris. 8th month (October) 4, 1681.

15 48

Letter to Henry Sidney. 8th month (October) 13, 1681.

15 49

An order referred to... Instructions from William Penn to William Crispin, John Bezar and Nathaniel Allen. 8th month (October) 14, 1681.

15 50
An order referred to... Instructions from William Penn to William Crispin, John Bezer and Nathaniel Allen. 8th month (October) 14, 1681.
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15 51

Letter to William Markham. 8th month (October) 18, 1861, London.

15 52

Letter to the Indians. 8th month (October) 18, 1861, London.

15 53

Commission and Instructions to William Crispin, William Haige, John Bezer and Nathaniel Allen. 8th month (October) 25, 1681.

15 54

Additional Instructions to William Markham, William Crispin and John Bezer. 8th month (October) 28, 1681.

15 55

Letter to Lady Petty. 9th month (November) 3, 1681, Worminghurst.

15 56

A Brief Examination and State of Liberty Spiritual. 9th month (November) 20, 1681, Worminghurst, Sussex. Printed in London, 1681, 1681, circa 1910-1960.

15 57

Letter to Lord Carlisle. 11th month (January) 10th, 1681.

15 58

Letter to James Harrison. 11th month (January) 19, 1681, London.

15 59

Epistle to Quakers of Bristol, England. 12th month (February) 24, 1681, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

15 60

Aan De Vrinder Gods, Woonende in de Nederlanden, [circa 1682].

15 61

A Brief Account of the Province of Pennsylvania. [1682, London].

15 62

A Brief Account of the Province of Pennsylvania. 1682, London.

15 63

A Brief Account of the Province of East Jersey.

15 64

Letter to Elizabeth Woodhouse. 1st month (March) 8, 1682, London.

15 65

Letter to Henry Sidney. [1st month (March) circa 22, 1682].

15 66

Charter to the Free Society of Traders in Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 24, 1682.

15 67

Letter to Dr. Christopher Woodhouse. 1st month (March) 29, 1682, London.

15 68

No Cross, No Crown. The Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. 1682, London Volume XXII, 1682.

16 1

1682 England and America (Volume XXIII).

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Commission to Captain Thomas Holme as Surveyor-General of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 18, 1682.

16 2

Commission to Captain Thomas Holme as First Assistant to the Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 21, 1682.

16 3

Letter to the Indians of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 21, 1682, England.

16 4

The Fundamental Constitutions of Pennsylvania.

16 5

Charter to the Province of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 25, 1682.

16 6

The Frame of Government, 1682, circa 1909-1960.

16 7

Warrant to Thomas Holme, William Haige, John Bezer and Nathaniel Allen. 2nd month (April) 31, 1682.

16 8

Laws Agreed on in Pennsylvania. 3rd month (May) 5, 1682.

16 9

Order about List of First Purchases of Pennsylvania Lands. 3rd month (May) 22, 1682.

16 10

Indenture of William Penn and Other Proprietors Respecting East New Jersey. 4th month (June) 1, 1682.

16 11

Letter to the Emperor of Canada. 4th month (June) 21, 1682, London.

16 12

Letter to Wife and Children. 6th month (August) 4, 1682, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

16 13

Letter to Margaret Fox. 6th month (August) 14, 1682, London.

16 14

Letter to his Children. 6th month (August) 19, 1682.

16 15

Patient to Dr. Nicholas More of the Manor of Moreland in Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 21, 1682.

16 16

Letter of Attorney to Philip Ford. 6th month (August) 26, 1682.

16 17

Epistle of Farewell to England. 6th month (August) 30, 1682, The Downs off Deal, Kent, England, 1682, circa 1910-1960.

16 18

Letter to [Lord Sunderland]. 6th month (August) to 8th month (October) at Sea, England to America, 1682.

16 19

Indenture to Robert Barclay for Land in East New Jersey. 7th month (September) 22, 1682.

16 20

Commission to the Justices of New Castle, Delaware. 8th month (October) 28, 1682, New Castle, Delaware.

16 21

Letter of Attorney to William Markham. 8th month (October) 28, 1682.

16 22

Letter to Ephraim Harman. 8th month (October) 29, 1682, Upland (Chester), Pennsylvania.

16 23

Letter to William Clark, Luke Watson, John Roades, John Avery, Halmanus Wiltbank and Alexander Moulston. 8th month (October) 29, 1682.

16 24

Letter to William Darvale, Francis Whitwell, John Hillyard, Robert Starr and John Briggs. 8th month (October) 29, 1682, Upland (Chester), Pennsylvania.

16 25

Letter to Philip Ford. 9th month (November) 1, 1682.

16 26

Commission to Francis Whitwell, William Darvall, John Hillyard, John Briggs and Robert Hart, as Justices of Kent County, Delaware. 9th month (November) 7, 1682, New Castle, Delaware.

16 27

Commission to Luke Watson, William Clark, John Roades, John Avery, and Halmanus Wiltbank as Justices of Sussex County, Delaware. 9th month (November) 7, 1682, New Castle, Delaware.

16 28

Commission to John Vines as High Sheriff of Sussex County, Delaware. 9th month (November) 8, 1682, New Castle, Delaware.

16 29

Call for Election to John Vines, High Sheriff, of Sussex County, Delaware. 9th month, (November) 8, 1682.

16 30

Call for Election, to Peter Baucomb, High Sheriff, of Kent County, Delaware. 9th month (November) 8, 1682.

16 31

Remarks to Thomas Usher after. 9th month (November), 1682.

16 32

Letter to Thomas Holme. 9th month (November) 13, 1682.

16 33

Letter to Francis Gwyn and William Blathwayt. 9th month (November) 21, 1682, New York.

16 34

Commissions granted by William Penn, Thomas Rudyard, and Samuel Groome, Proprietors of East New Jersey. 9th month (November) 23, 1682.

16 35

To the Magistrate of Sussex County. 9th month (November) 25, 1682.

16 36

Commission to James Harrison as a Justice of Philadelphia. 9th month (November) 27, 1682.

16 37

Letter to William Markham. 9th month (November) 28, 1682, Upland (Chester), Pennsylvania.

16 38

Letter to Thomas Holme. 9th month (November) 28, 1682.

16 39

1682-1683, America (Volume XXIV).

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Laws Passed at Chester, Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 6-7, 1682.

17 1

Act of Union Between Pennsylvania and Delaware. 10th month (December) 7, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 2

Letter to Charles, Lord Baltimore. 10th month (December) 12, 1682.

17 3

Report of Conference between William Penn and Lord Baltimore, in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. 10th month (December) 13, 1682.

17 4

Title to John Edridge's and Edmund Warner's in West-Jersey. 10th month (December) 13, 1683.

17 5

Letter. 10th month (December) 16, 1682, West River, Maryland.

17 6

Letter to the Justices of Delaware. 10th month (December) 21, 1682, New Castle, Delaware.

17 7

Order to the Justices of Kent County, Delaware. 10th month (December) 21, 1682.

17 8

Charter of William Penn to the Justice of the Peace for the case of Kent. 10th month (December) 21, 1682.

17 9

Commission to Francis Whitwell ... as Justices of Kent County, Delaware. 10th month (December) 25, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 10

Commission to William Darvall, ... as Justices of Sussex. 10th month (December) 25, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 11

Instructions to William Darvall ... Justices of Sussex County, Delaware. 10th month (December) 25, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 12

Commission to William Clark as Clerk of Sussex County, Delaware. 10th month (December) 25, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 13

Instructions about Surveying Manor Lands in Kent County, Delaware. 10th month (December) 26, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 14

Instructions about Surveying Manor Lands in Sussex County, Delaware. 10th month (December) 26, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 15

Letter to Francis Whitwell, John Hillyard...... 10th month (December) 25, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 16

Letter. 10th month (December) 29, 1682, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 17

Call for an Election to Richard Noble, High Sheriff of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. 11th month (January) 1682, Philadelphia.

17 18

Letter to Jasper Batt. 12th month (February) 5, 1682-3, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 19

Letter to Sir Henry Chicheley. 12th month (February) 5, 1682-3, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17 20

Letter to William Markham. 12th month (February) 5, 1682-3.

17 21

Letter to Lord Hyde. Chester, Pennsylvania, 12th month (February) 5, 1682.

17 22

Letter to Lord Culpepper. Chester, Pennsylvania, 1682 12 month (February) 5.

17 23

Receipt to Daniel Behagel, of Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, on sale of Pennsylvania Lands, 12th month (February) 24, 1682.

17 24

A Vindication of William Penn. 1683, London.

17 25

Letter to Charles, Lord Baltimore. 1st month (March) 12, 1682-3, Philadelphia.

17 26

The Second Charter to the Province of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 2, 1683, Philadelphia.

17 27

Address to the Council at Philadelphia. 2nd month (April) 3, 1683.

17 28

Letter to the High Sheriff of the County of Philadelphia. 2nd month (April) 10, 1683.

17 29

Letter to John Blakling, Thomas Camm, Thomas Langhorne and Robert Barrow. 2nd month (April) 16, 1683, Pennsylvania.

17 30

Letter to Lord Baltimore. 2nd month (April) 23, 1683, Dover, Delaware.

17 31

Commission to William Clark as President Justice of Sussex County, Delaware. 3rd month (May) 1, 1683.

17 32

Letter to Anthony Lowther. 3rd month (May) 3, 1683.

17 33

Commission to Alexander Moleston as a Justice of Sussex County, Delaware. 3rd month (May) 3, 1683.

17 34

Commission to Norton Claypoole as Clerk of the Court of Sussex County, Delaware. 3rd month (May) 12, 1683.

17 35

1683 America (Volume XXV).

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Report of the Conference Between William Penn and Lord Baltimore at New Castle, Delaware. 3rd month (May) 29, 1683.

18 1

Letter to Charles, Lord Baltimore. 3rd month (May) 30, 1683, New Castle, Delaware.

18 2

Letter to Charles, Lord Baltimore. 4th month (June) 6, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 3

Report of a Conference Between William Penn and Colonel Talbot, of Maryland. 10th month (December) circa 5-12, 1683.

18 4

Letter to Charles, Lord Baltimore. 4th month (June) 9, 1683.

18 5

Instructions to Commissioners to Treat with West New Jersey. 4th month (June) 11, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 6

Commission to Christopher Taylor, James Harrison, Thomas Holme, Thomas Wayne to Treat with West New Jersey. 4th month (June) 11, 1683.

18 7

Letter to the Governor and Council of West New Jersey. 4th month (June) 11, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 8

Letters to John Aubrey. 4th month (June) 13, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 9

Proclamation about Land Tenure in Sussex County, Delaware. 4th month (June) 13, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 10

Letter to the Earl of Rochester. 4th month (June) 14, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 11

Letter to the Governor and Council of West New Jersey. 4th month (June) 20, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 12

Commission to Wm. Markham, James Harrison and William Clark. 5th month (July) 2, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 13

Letter to Thomas Hinckley, Governor of Plymouth Colony. 5th month (July) 2, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 14

A Proclamation. 5th month (July) 2, 1683.

18 15

Letter to Captain Brocles and John West. July 3, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 16

Letter to [John West]. 5th month (July) 3, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 17

Letter to the Proprietors of East New Jersey. 5th month (July) 11, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 18

Proclamation About New Jersey Lands. 5th month (July) 18, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 19

Commission to Phineas Pemberton as Clerk of the Court of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, July 21, 1683, Pennsbury, Pennsylvania.

18 20

Letter to the Marquis of Halifax. 5th month (July) 24, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 21

Letter to the Earl of Rochester. 5th month (July) 24, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 22

Letter to Henry Sidney. 5th month (July) 24, 1685, Philadelphia.

18 23

Letter to the Lord Keeper North. 5th month (July) 24, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 24

Letter to an Unknown Noble Man of the English Court. [circa 5th month (July) 24, 1683], [Philadelphia].

18 25

Letter to Lord Dartmouth. 5th month (July) 28, 1683.

18 26

Letter to Lord Sunderland. July 28, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 27

Letter to John Tucker. 5th month (July) 29, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 28

Letter to Henry Savell. 5th month (July) 30, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 29

Letter to William Blathwayt.

18 30

Letter to [?]. 5th month (July) 30, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 31

Letter to Thomas Taylor. 5th month (July) 31, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 32

Letters to Col. Philemon Lloyd. 5th month (July) 31, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 33

Letter to Benjamin Family. 6th month (August), 1683.

18 34

Letter to Bridgeman, Secretary. 6th month (August) 1, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 35

Letter to Stephen Crisp. [6th month (August) 1, 1683, Philadelphia].

18 36

Letter to Robert Boyle. 6th month (August) 5, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 37

Commission of John Brock. 6th month (August) 8, 1683.

18 38

Report of Conference Between the Proprietors of Pennsylvania and Maryland. 6th month (August) 9, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 39

Letter to the Counties of Kent and Sussex in Delaware. 6th month (August) 11, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 40

Letter to Charles II. 6th month (August) 13, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 41

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 6th month (August) 14, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 42

Letter to the Free Society of Traders of Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 16, 1683, Philadelphia. Printed in London, 1683.

18 43

John Anderdon's Answer, Dated 6th month (August) 26, 1683, to "A Letter of William Penn".

18 44

Letter to Benjamin Furley. 7th month (September) 1, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 45

Warrant for the Survey of his Daughter Laetitia Penn's Pennsylvania Lands. 7th month (September) 8, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 46

Letter to Justice Walliam and Justice White at New Castle. 7th month (September) 9, 1683.

18 47

Letter to Charles, Lord Baltimore. 8th month (October) 4, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 48

Letter to John West. 8th month (October) circa 7, 1683.

18 49

Warrant for the Survey of the Proprietary Manor of Springfield, in Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 18, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 50

Proclamation Prohibiting Illegal Settlement on Indian Lands of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 18, 1683.

18 51

Warrant for the Survey of Perkiomen Manor, Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 18, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 52

Commission to Capt. Peter Alriche. 8th month (October) 18, 1683.

18 53

Letter to Benjamin Furley. 8th month (October) 31, 1683, [Philadelphia].

18 54

Answer to Demand of Colonel Talbot. 8th month (October) 31, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 55

Letter to his Pennsylvania Tenants. 9th month (November) 9, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 56

Commission to Joshua Barksted as Coroner of Sussex County, Delaware. 9th month (November) 23, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 57

Letter to John Anderdon. 9th month (November) 29, 1683, Philadelphia.

18 58

1683-1684 (Volume XXVI).

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Commission to Thomas Lloyd as Master of the Rolls in Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 24, 1683, Philadelphia.

19 1

Letter to James Claypoole. 10th month (December) 29, 1683.

19 2

Directions to Ralph Smith, Gardner, at Pennsbury, Bucks Co. Pa. [circa 1683-1684], [Pennsylvania].

19 3

Proclamation about Philadelphia Lots on Schuylkill River. 11th month (January) 9, 1683-4, Philadelphia.

19 4

Proclamation Announcing Thomas Lloyd's Appointment as Master of the Rolls in Pennsylvania. 11th month (January) 9, 1683, Philadelphia.

19 5

Letter to Richard Butler, Earl of Arran, Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 11th month (January) 9, 1683-4.

19 6

Letter to Colonel Philemon Lloyd. 11th month (January) 24, 1683-4.

19 7

Patent for the Indianland Umbilicamence, or Farmerstown, in Pennsylvania. 11th month (January) 3, 1683.

19 8

Letter to James, Duke of York. 12th month (February) 2, 1683, Philadelphia.

19 9

Letter to the Earl of Rochester. 12th month (February) 2, 1683, Philadelphia.

19 10

Warrant for the Survey of a Township on Schuylkill River, Pa. 12th month (February) 3, 1863, Philadelphia.

19 11

Letter to the Marquis of Halifax. 12th month (February) 9, 1683-4, Philadelphia.

19 12

Warrant for a Survey of Three Townships on the East Side of Schuylkill River, Pa. 12th month (February) 21, 1683-4, Philadelphia.

19 13

An Epistle to the People of God Called Quakers, 1684.

19 14

Letter to Colonel Thomas Dougan, 1684.

19 15

Letter to William Clark, 1684.

19 16

Warrant for Welsh Barony in Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 13, 1684, Pennsbury.

19 17

Epistle from William Penn and Other Quakers. [1st month (March) 17, 1683].

19 18

Epistle. 1st month (March) 24, 1683-4, Philadelphia.

19 19

Instructions to Robert Turner. 1st month (March) 31, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 20

Instructions to John Simcock ... John Cann Respecting Lord Baltimore's Agents in Delaware. 2nd month (April) 2 or 3, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 21

Letter to Ralph Fretwell. 2nd month (April) 3, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 22

Commission to William Welsh, ... James Harrison to Keep the Peace in New Castle County, Delaware. 2nd month (April) 6, 1684.

19 23

Agreement Between William Penn ....John Fenwick's Executors. 2nd month (April) 13, 1684.

19 24

Note to Phineas Pemberton. 3rd month (May) 6, 1684, Pennsbury, Pennsylvania.

19 25

Warrant About the Lines of the Lands of Sepassing, or Pennsbury, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 3rd month (May) 9, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 26

Address to the Provincial Council at New Castle. 3rd month (May) 10, 1684.

19 27

Declaration Against Lord Baltimore. 4th month (June) 4, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 28

Letter to James, Duke of York. 4th month (June) 8, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 29

Letter to Earl of Sunderland. 4th month (June) 8, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 30

To Thomas Dougan, Governor of New York. 4th month (June) 10, 1684.

19 31

Instructions to Plant the Back of the Centre Square of the City of Philadelphia. 4th month (June) 12, 1684.

19 32

Commission to Justices of the Peace of Bucks County. 4th month (June) 25, 1684.

19 33

Answer to Thomas Rudyard's State of His Case. 4th month (June) 26, 1684.

19 34

Letter to James Harrison. 5th month (July), 1684.

19 35

Commission to Robert Turner as a Justice of Philadelphia County. 5th month (July) 4, 1684.

19 36

Instructions About the Survey of a Township in Bucks Co., Pa. 5th month (July) 16, 1684.

19 37

William Penn's Warrant to Thomas Holmes. July 31, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 38

Answer to the Inhabitants of Philadelphia. 6th month (August) 3, 1684.

19 39

Commission to Nicholas More, ... John Eckley as Justices of a Provincial Court in Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 4, 1684.

19 40

Lease to Samuel Carpenter of Land for a Wharf on the Bank of the Delaware River in Philadelphia. 6th month (August) 4, 1684.

19 41

Lease to Robert Turner of Land for Mount Wharf on the Bank of Delaware River in Philadelphia. 6th month (August) 5, 1684.

19 42

Lease to William Frampton of Land for Lower Wharf on the Bank of Delaware River, in Philadelphia. 6th month (August) 5, 1684.

19 43

Commission to Thomas Lloyd, President, and the Other Members of the Provincial Council to the Deputy Gov. of Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 6, 1684.

19 44

Will. 6th month (August) 6, 1684, [Philadelphia].

19 45

William Penn to Gulielma Penn. 6th month (August) 6, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 46

Patent to Dr. Nicholas More for the Manor of Moreland in PA. 6th month (August) 7, 1684, Philadelphia.

19 47

Commission to Thomas Lloyd, James Harrison, and John Simcock as Commissioners or Guardians in Gov't to Son and Heir, Springett Penn. 6th month (August) 7, 1684.

19 48

Letter to Farewell to Thomas Lloyd ... and James Harrison. 6th month (August) 12, 1684.

19 49

Commission Empowering the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania, in the ... from their own number. 6th month (August) 15, 1684.

19 50

Commission to James Harrison as Steward in Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 15, 1684, Lewes, Delaware.

19 51

Commission to Thomas Lloyd as Keeper of the Great Seal of Pennsylvania - Commission to Thomas Lloyd, ... as Commissioners of Property of Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) circa 15 (?), 1684.

19 52

Instructions to Thomas Lloyd, President, and the Other Members of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 16, 1684.

19 53

Instructions to the Commissioners of the Proprietary Estates and Revenues in America. 6th month (August) circa 16(?), 1684.

19 54

Letter to James Harrison. 8th month (October) 7, 1684.

19 55

1684-1685 (Volume XXVII).

Box Folder

Information and Direction to Pennsylvania, [circa 1684].

20 1

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 8th month (October) 7, 1684, England.

20 2

A Persuasive to Toleration. [circa 8th month (October) - 9th month (November), 1684].

20 3

Letter to Margaret Fox. 8th month (October) 29, 1684, London.

20 4
Letter from Dr. Nicholas More to William Penn. December 1, 1684, Greensprings, PA.
Additional Information on Folder Tab

[Original letter trans to ACM Penn MS. Box II - 6]

20 5

Letter to James II. 12th month (February) 7, 1684-5.

20 6

Letter to Stephen Crisp. 12th month (February) 28, 1684-5, London.

20 7

Animad Versions on the Apology of the Clamorous Squire, Against the Duke of Buckingham's Seconds, as men of No Conscience, 1684/5.

20 8

A Defence of the Duke of Buckingham's Book, 1685, 1685, circa 1910-1960.

20 9

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 1st month (March) 13, 1684-5.

20 10

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 1st month (March) 16, 1684-5.

20 11

Letter to William Blathwayt. 1st month (March) 17, 1684/5.

20 12

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 1st month (March) 17, 1684-5.

20 13

Letter to James Harrison. 1st month (March) 17, 1684-5.

20 14

Letter to Christopher Taylor, John Simcock, Thomas Lloyd and James Harrison. 1st month (March) 16, 1684-5, London.

20 15

Letter to Thomas Lloyd and the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 18, 1684-5, London.

20 16

Letter to James Harrison. 1st month (March) 18, 1684-5, London.

20 17

Fiction Found Out. 2nd month (April) 30, 1685.

20 18

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 3rd month (May) 16, 1684-5.

20 19

Letter to Thomas Lloyd, James Harrison, James Claypoole, and Robert Turner. 3rd month (May) 18, 1685.

20 20

Letter to James Harrison. 3rd month (May) 19, 1685.

20 21

Letter to Robert Turner. (?) circa 5th month (July) - 6th month (August) 1685.

20 22

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 3rd month (July) 1, 1685, London.

20 23

Recommendation of Servant, Elizabeth Simms. 5th month (July) 2, 1685, Kensington, London.

20 24

Instructions of William Penn and the Other Proprietors Relative to East New Jersey Lands. 5th month (July) 3, 1685, London.

20 25

Commissions of Robert Barclay ... and Treasurer of East New Jersey. 5th month (July) 6, 1685, London.

20 26

Letter to Robert Turner. 5th month (July) 11, 1685, Kensington, London.

20 27

Letter to James Harrison. 5th month (July) 11, 30 (P.S.) - 6th month (August) 3 (P.S.), 1685.

20 28

Letter to James Harrison. 5th month (July) 17, 1685.

20 29

Letter to Thomas Lloyd ... and Robert Turner. 5th month (July) 18, 1685 and P.S.'s in August.

20 30

Letter to James Harrison. 5th month (July) 21, 1685.

20 31

Letter to the Magistrates of Philadelphia. 5th month (July) 26, 1685, London.

20 32

Petition to James II. 6th month, 1685.

20 33

Letter to Thomas Lloyd ... and Samuel Carpenter. 6th month (August) 6, 1685, Holland House, London.

20 34

Letter to Thomas Lloyd, Thomas Holme, William Markham, and William Frampton. 6th month (August) 7, 1685.

20 35

Letter to Thomas Holme. 6th month (August) 8, 1685, Kensington, London.

20 36

Petition to the Board of Trade, England. Circa 6th month (August) 18, 1685.

20 37

Letter to the Provincial Council. 6th month (August) 19, 1685, Kensington.

20 38

Letter to Robert Barclay. 7th month (September), 1685.

20 39

Letter to William Trumbull. 7th month (September) 14, 1685.

20 40

Letter to His Officials in Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 22, 1685, London.

20 41

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 8th month (October) 2, 1685, Holland House, London.

20 42

Letter to James Harrison. 8th month (October) 4, 1685.

20 43

Letter to Thomas Lloyd, James Claypoole, Robert Turner, and Samuel Carpenter. 8th month (October) 16, 1685.

20 44

Letter to the President and Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 21, 1685, London.

20 45

1685-1686 (Volume XXVIII).

Box Folder

Letter to James Harrison. 8th month (October) 25, 1685, London.

21 1

Letter to Phineas Pemberton. 8th month (October) 26, 1685, London.

21 2

Letter to James Harrison. 9th month (November) 7, 1685, London.

21 3

Letter to James Harrison. 9th month (November) 17, 1685, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

21 4

Letter to James Harrison. 9th month (November) 27, 1685, London.

21 5

Letter to James Harrison. 10th month (December) 4, 1685, London.

21 6

Letter to Robert Turner, Samuel Carpenter, and Thomas Holme. 10th month (December) 4, 1685.

21 7

Letter to James Harrison. 10th month (December) 6, 1685.

21 8

A Further Account of the Province of Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 12, 1685.

21 9

Letter to Robert Barclay. 11th month (January) 5, 1685.

21 10

Letter to Samuel Rolle. 11th month (January) 13, 1685.

21 11

Letter to William Trumbull. 11th month (January) 17, 1685-6.

21 12

Letter to Dr. Tillotson. 11th month (January) 29, 1685-6, Charing Cross, London.

21 13

Letter to Dr. Tillotson. 11th month (January) 22, 1685-6.

21 14

An Epistle to the Quakers of Pennsylvania [1685] with a General Epistle Printed in Philadelphia, 1686.

21 15

William Penn to My Adversaries etcetera. 12th month (February) 28, 1685.

21 16

Persuasive to Moderation. Printed circa 1686.

21 17

Persuasive to Moderation. Printed circa 1686 (six copies), circa 1686.

21 18

Letter to the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania, 1686.

21 19

Letter to Thomas Lloyd ... and Thomas Holme. 2nd month (April) 13, 1686.

21 20

Letter to James Harrison, Robert Turner, and Thomas Holme, [early 1686].

21 21

Warrant to Katherine Mildmay ... and Samuel Hardy for Land in Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 15, 1686, London.

21 22

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 2nd month (April) 21, 1686, London.

21 23

Letter to President [Thomas] Lloyd, Tho[mas] Holme and Robert Turner. 2nd month (April) 22, 1686, London.

21 24

Letter to Robert Turner. 2nd month (April) 24, 1686.

21 25

Letter to James Harrison. 2nd month (April) 24, 1686, London.

21 26

Letter to the President and Provincial Council. 2nd month (April) 24, 1686, London.

21 27

Letter to Dr. Tillotson. 2nd month (April) 27, 1686, Charing Cross, London.

21 28

Grant of Land to the Company of the New Mediterranean Sea.

21 29

Sermon at Rotterdam. 5th month (July) - 6th month (August), 1686.

21 30

Land Memorandum. 5th month (July) 15, 1686.

21 31

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 5th month (July) 22, 1686, London.

21 32

Letter to Henry Sidney. 6th month (August) 5, 1686, Amsterdam.

21 33

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 7th month (September) 21 and 22, 1686, London.

21 34

Letter to James Harrison. 7th month (September) 23, 1686, London.

21 35

Letter to the President and Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 25, 1686, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

21 36

Letter to James Harrison. Circa 7th month (September) circa 25, 1686, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

21 37

Letter to James Harrison. 8th month (October) 1, 1686, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

21 38

Letter to Sir Daniel Fleming. 9th month (November) 6, 1686.

21 39

Letter to Sir Daniel Fleming. 9th month (November) 9, 1686.

21 40

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 9th month (November) 17, 1686, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

21 41

Letter to James Harrison. 9th month (November) 20, 1686, London.

21 42

Letter to Sir John Rodes. 9th month (November) 30, 1686, York, England.

21 43

Commission to William Markham, Thomas Ellis, John Goodson as Commissioners in Pennsylvania. January 21, 1686/7, England.

21 44

Proclamation Concerning the Seating of Land in Pennsylvania. January 24, 1686/7, England.

21 45

Proclamation Concerning the Caves in the Bank of Delaware River in Philadelphia. January 24, 1686/7, England.

21 46

Proclamation Concerning the Cutting of Timber in Philadelphia. 11th month (January) 26, 1686, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

21 47

Letter to James Harrison. 11th month (January) 28, 1686, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

21 48

1686-1687 (Volume XXIX).

Box Folder

Instructions to Wm Markham, Thomas Ellis, John Goodson, Commissioners of Property in P.A. February 1, 1686/7.

22 1

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 12th month (February) 1, 1686, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

22 2

Letter Thomas Lloyd et al. 12th month (February ) 1, 1686.

22 3

Letter to Phineas Pemberton. 12th month (February) 8, 1686, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

22 4

Instructions to Wm. Markham et al Commissioners of Property. February 8, 1686/7, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

22 5

A Letter from Doctor More. Printed in 1687.

22 6

A Letter From a Gentleman in the City. Printed in the year 1687 ([copy]), 1687.

22 7

Good Advice to the Church of England. Printed in 1687, 1687, circa 1910-1960.

22 8

Address to James II. 8th month (May) 19, 1687.

22 9

A Letter From a Gentleman in the Country, 1687.

22 10

Letter to [unknown]. 10th month [December] 19, 1687. 1st month [March].

22 11

Letter to James Harrison. 2nd month (April) 9, 1687, London.

22 12

Letter to Sir Richard Haddock. 3rd month (May) 26, 1687.

22 13

Letter to Robert Turner. Circa 3rd month (May) - 4th month (June) 1687, Worminghurst, Sussex, England.

22 14

Letter to James Harrison. circa 3rd month (May) - 4th month (June), 1687.

22 15

Instructions to Thomas Lloyd, Nicholas More, Robert Turner, James Claypoole, and John Eckley, at Philadelphia. 4th month (June) 5, 1687.

22 16

Instructions to Thomas Lloyd ... and John Eckley. 4th month (June) 6, 1687.

22 17

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 4th month (June) 6, 1687.

22 18

Letter to Henry Sidney. 6th month (August) 11, 1687, Windsor.

22 19

Letter to James Harrison. 7th month (September) 8, 1687.

22 20

Instructions to Officers of His Government in Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 17, 1687.

22 21

Forged Letter to Dr. Bayley. 7th month (September) 25, 1687, Windsor.

22 22

Letters to William Markham ... Commissioners of Property in Pennsylvania, 8th month (October) 6, 1687, Charing Cross, London.

22 23

Instructions to Officers of His Government in Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 21, 1687, London.

22 24

Instructions to William Markham, ... Commissioners of Property in P.A. 8th month (October) 22, 1687, London.

22 25

Letter to James Harrison at Pennsbury, Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 22, 1687, London.

22 26

Pennsbury Inventory. 10th month (December) 2, 1687, Pennsylvania.

22 27

Instructions to William Markham, Thomas Ellis and John Goodson, Commissioners of Property in P.A. 10th month (December) 4, 1687.

22 28

Instructions to Officers of His Government in Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 21, 1687.

22 29

Letter to Thomas Lloyd, Robert Turner, John Simcock, Arthur Cook and John Eccle. 10th month (December) 21, 1687.

22 30

Instructions to Thomas Lloyd ... and John Eckley in Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 27, 1687, London.

22 31

Letter to [Robert Bridgman of Huntingdon?] 11th month, 19, 1687.

22 32

The Great and Popular Objection. Licensed 4 February 1687, Printed 1688 in London, 1688, circa 1910-1960.

22 33

Commission Empowering Thomas Lloyd ... to Serve as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 12th month.

22 34

1688-1689 (Volume XXX).

Box Folder

Instructions to Robert Turner ... Commissioners of State in Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 28, 1688, London.

23 1

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 1st month (March) 28, 1688, London.

23 2

Draft of Proposed Surrender of East New Jersey. 2nd month (April) 30, 1688.

23 3

Discussion of the Quakers and Public Service at London Yearly Meeting. 4th month (June) 6, 1688.

23 4

A Sermon on the Death of Rebecca Travers. 4th month (June) 19, 1688, [London].

23 5

Commission to Captain John Blackwell as Deputy Governor of P.A. 5th month (July) 12, 1688, London.

23 6

Instructions About the Caves of Philadelphia. September 5, [1688].

23 7

Letter to [The Commissioners of State in Pennsylvania]. 7th month (September) 18, 1688, Windsor, England.

23 8

Instructions to Robert Turner ... in Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 24, 1688.

23 9

Commission to Thomas Holme as Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. October 14, 1688.

23 10

Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth. 8th month (October) 23, 1688.

23 11

Letter to William Popple. 8th month (October) 24, 1688, England, circa 1688, circa 1910-1960.

23 12

Something Begun Towards a History of My Life, from 1684. Circa [1689].

23 13

Epistle to the Pennsylvania Quakers. 1st month (March) 2, 1689.

23 14

Letter to the Earl of Shrewsbury. 1st month (March) 7, 1689.

23 15

Instructions About Pennsylvania Affairs. 2nd month (April) 11, 1689.

23 16

Commission to Thomas Lloyd as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 11, 1689, England.

23 17

Letter to John Blackwell. 2nd month (April) 11, 1689.

23 18

Instructions to William Markham ... in Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 14, 1689.

23 19

Letter to William Markham. 2nd month (April) 13, 1689.

23 20

Instructions to Captain John Blackwell, Deputy Governor of P.A. 2nd month (April) 14, 1689.

23 21

Commission to William Markham ... as Commissioners of Property. 2nd month (April) 16, 1689.

23 22

Letter to the Marquis of Halifax. 4th month (June) 28, 1689.

23 23

Letter to John Blackwell. 5th month (July) 18, 1689 and 6th month (August) 11, 1689.

23 24

Letter to Thomas Lloyd, ... at Philadelphia. 6th month (August) 11, 1689.

23 25

Instructions to the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 12, 1689.

23 26

Charter to Germantown, Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 12, 1689, London.

23 27

Commission to Captain John Blackwell as Register - General of PA. 7th month (September) 25, 1689, London.

23 28

Commission to Captain John Blackwell as Receiver- General of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 25, 1689, London.

23 29

Instructions to Captain John Blackwell, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 25, 1689, London.

23 30

Instructions to Captain John Blackwell ... in Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 25, 1689, London.

23 31

Instructions to Captain John Blackwell. 7th month (September) 25, 1689.

23 32

Commission Empowering the Provincial Council to Serve as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 25, 1689, London.

23 33

Commission Authorizing the Provincial ... The Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 25, 1689, London.

23 34

Instructions to Commissioners. September 25, 1689.

23 35

Letter to Robert Turner of Philadelphia. 8th month (October) 4, 1689.

23 36

Letter to Edward Warner. 8th month (October) 24, 1689, London.

23 37

Letter to Hugh Roberts. 10th month (December) 6, 1689.

23 38

Letter to the Commissioners. 10th month (December) 8, 1689.

23 39

Letter to George Fox. 10th month (December) 28, 1689.

23 40

1689-1692 (Volume XXXI).

Box Folder

Letter to Thomas Lloyd ... and Samuel Carpenter. 10th month (December) 30, 1689.

24 1

Epistle to the Quakers. [10th month (December) circa 30, 1689].

24 2

Letter to the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 30, 1689.

24 3

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. [circa 11th month (January (?)), 1689].

24 4

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. [circa 10th month (January (?)], circa 1689].

24 5

William Penn's Account with Samuel Jennings, 1690-1693.

24 6

Some Proposals for a Second Settlement in Pennsylvania. Broadside printed in London, 1690.

24 7

Letter to William Blathwayt ... of Trade, England. 2nd month (April) 28, 1690.

24 8

To [unknown]. [circa 4th month (June), 1690].

24 9

Directions for Constituting a ... Accounts in Pennsylvania. 4th month (June) 21, 1690.

24 10

Letter to Lord Nottingham. 5th month (July) 31, 1690.

24 11

Letter to Friends in Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 15, 1690, London.

24 12

Letter to Robert Turner. 9th month (November) 4, 1690.

24 13

Letter to the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 11, 13, 17, 1690.

24 14

Commission to the Commissioners of Property and Samuel Jennings, as Justices of Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 14, 1690, London.

24 15

Commission to Samuel Jennings as Receiver General of Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 14, 1690, London.

24 16

Letter to the Commissioners of Property in Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 17, 1690.

24 17

Commission to Patrick Robinson, of Philadelphia, as Public Notary in Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 17, 1690.

24 18

Instructions to William Markham, ... Commissioners of Property in Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 4, 1690, London.

24 19

Letter to Anthony Sharp ... John Hammond, in Ireland. 11th month (January ) 8, 1690, London.

24 20

Letter to R. Pinder, J. Hubard and Jos Peckover. 11th month (January) 8, 1690.

24 21

Letter to Margaret Fox. 11th month (January) 13, 1690, London.

24 22

Letter to Henry Sidney, Lord Romney. 2nd month (April) 22, 1691.

24 23

Letter to Henry Sidney, Lord Romney. [2nd month (April), after the 22nd, 1691].

24 24

Letter to Lady Ranelagh. [circa 2nd month (April) 22, 1691].

24 25

Letter to Lord Rochester, circa 1691.

24 26

Preface to John Burnyeat's Collected Works, Truth Exalted. Printed in London, 1691.

24 27

The First Charter of the City of Philadelphia. 3rd month (May) 20, 1691.

24 28

Epistle to the London Yearly Meeting of Quakers. 3rd month (May) 30, 1691.

24 29

Letter. 4th month (June) 10, 1691.

24 30

Letter to Members of the Pennsylvania Government. 4th month (June) 13, 1691, England.

24 31

Letter to Thomas Lloyd. 4th month (June) 14, 1691, England.

24 32

Letter to Thomas Lloyd ... and the Other Provincial Councillors of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 11, 1691.

24 33

Preface by William Penn and Other Quakers to the Works of Robert Barclay, Truth Triumphant. 7th month(September) 15, 1691, London.

24 34

A Testimony to the Memory of Robert Barclay, [1691].

24 35

To the Commissioners of Property. [circa 8th month (October), 1691].

24 36

Instructions to Thomas Holme, Surveyor - General, Concerning Overplus Hands in Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 11, 1691.

24 37

Letter to Dr. Tillotson. 8th month (October) 31, 1691.

24 38

Letter, [1692].

24 39

1692-1693 (Volume XXXII).

Box Folder

A Key. Printed in London, 1692, 1693-1736, circa 1910-1960.

24 40

Just Measures. Printed in London, 1692.

24 41

The New Athenians No Noble Bereans, First Part. Printed in London, 1692.

24 42

The New Athenians No Noble Bereans, 2nd Part. Printed in London, 1692.

24 43

The New Athenians No Noble Bereans, 3rd Part. Printed in London, 1692, [1692], circa 1910-1960.

24 44

Letter to Lord Nottingham. 4th month (June) 12, 1692.

24 45

Letter. 4th month (June) 29, 1692.

24 46

Commission to Robert Turner, ... to be Commissioners of Property in Pennsylvania. 5th month (July) 22, 1692, England.

24 47

Letter to [unknown] in Philadelphia, [circa 1692].

24 48

Letter to Robert Turner. 9th month (November) 29, 1692.

24 49

Letter to Benjamin Fletcher, Governor of Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 5, 1692.

24 50

Letter to Members of the Pennsylvania Government. 12th month (February) 4, 1692-3.

24 51

Commission to John Turner and Thomas Jenner. 12th month (February) 10, 1692.

24 52

An Essay Towards the Present and Future Peace of Europe. Printed in London, 1693.

24 53

Some Fruits of Solitude. Printed in 1693, 1693, circa 1910-1960.

24 54

Letter to Nathaniel Blandford, at Stratford, London. 7th month (September) 11, 1696.

24 55

Letter to Members of the Pennsylvania Government. 7th month (September) 15, 1693.

24 56

Letter to Sir John Rodes of Barlborough Hall, Derbyshire, England. 8th month (October), 1693.

24 57

Letter to Robert Barclay. 8th month (October) 31, 1693.

24 58

Letter to Thomas Lloyd ... Griffith (?) Jones. 10th month (December) 11, 1693.

24 59

Letter to Robert Turner. 12th month (February) 27, 1693.

24 60

1694 (Volume XXIV).

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A Preface to George Fox's Journal. Printed in London, 1694.

25 1

Preface to George Fox's Journal or a Brief Account .... 1694, 1694-1794.

25 2

An Appendix to John Tomkins' The Harmony of the Old and New Testament. 1694, London, 1694, circa 1910-1960.

25 3

A Sermon at the Quaker Meeting House Wheeler Street, London. 8th month (April) 13, 1694.

25 4

Commission to Robert Turner ... as Commissioners of Property. 2nd month (April) 21, 1694, London.

25 5

Letter to Samuel Carpenter ... and George Maris. 2nd month (April) 24, 1694, London.

25 6

Petition to Queen Anne for the Return of His Pennsylvania Government. Circa 5th month (July) 5, 1694.

25 7

Letter to Sir John Rodes. 5th month (July) 31, 1694, London.

25 8

William Penn's Memorial Against the Law About Recording Deeds. 6th month (August) 1, 1694.

25 9

Agreement to Execute the Pennsylvania ... of the Province. 6th month (August) 3, 1694.

25 10

Salvation from Sin: A Sermon at the Quaker meeting House, Gracechurch Street. 6th month (August) 12, 1694, London.

25 11

Commission to Samuel Jennings as Register General of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 28, 1694.

25 12

Two Made One: A Wedding Sermon ... 8th month (October) 3, 1694.

25 13

The Sure Foundation: A Sermon ... 8th month (October) 10, 1694.

25 14

The Promise of God: A Sermon ... 8th month (October) 21, 1694.

25 15

God's Call: A Sermon at the Quakers ... 8th month (October) 21, 1694.

25 16

1694-1695 (Volume XXXIV A).

Box Folder

Commission to Wm Markham as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 24, 1694, Bristol, England.

26 1

Commission to John Goodson ... Deputy Governor or Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 24, 1694, Bristol, England.

26 2

Epistle to the Pennsylvania Quakers. 9th month (November) 24, 1694, Bristol, England.

26 3

Letter to the Magistrates of Gloucester. 11th month (January) 3, 1694-5.

26 4

The Heavenly Race: A Sermon at the Quaker .... 11th month (January) 16, 1694.

26 5

The Dying Counsel: A Sermon at the .... 11th month (January) 20, 1694.

26 6

The Great Design: A Sermon ... 11th month (January) 27, 1694.

26 7

Penn's Complaint Against ... Under New York. 12th month (February) 2, 1694.

26 8

Letter to Robert Robert Barclay Jr. 12th month (February) 7, 1694.

26 9

Letter to John Gratton. 12th month (February) 11, 1694, London.

26 10

Petition to the House of Commons, England. [1695].

26 11

A Reply to a Pretended Answer. Printed in London, 1695, 1695, circa 1910-1960.

26 12

Epistle. 1st month (March) 3, 1694/1695.

26 13

Letter on Behalf of London Yearly Meeting. 4th month (June) 19, 1694.

26 14

Letter to Robert Turner and Thomas Holme. 4th month (June) 20, 1695, London.

26 15

Letter to Hannah, Wife of Thomas Callowhill, of Bristol, England. 4th month (June) 28, 1695, London.

26 16

Letter to A. Cook, ... and D. Lloyd. 5th month (July) 9, 1695, Bristol.

26 17

Letter to John Gratton. 6th month (August) 21, 1695.

26 18

Letter to Hannah Callowhill, Daughter of Thomas Callowhill of Bristol, England. 7th month (September) 10, 1695.

26 19

Letter to the Duke of Shrewsbury. 8th month (October) 5, 1695, London.

26 20

Letter to Arthur Cook ... and David Lloyd. 9th month (November) 5, 1695, Bristol, England.

26 21

Letter to Aaron Atkinson. 9th month (November) 22, 1695, Bristol, England.

26 22

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 10th month (December) 7, 1695.

26 23

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 10th month (December) 17, 1695.

26 24

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 2, 1695, London.

26 25

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 4, 1695, London.

26 26

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 14, 1695.

26 27

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 17, 1695.

26 28

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 19, 1695.

26 29

1695 (Volume XXXV).

Box Folder

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 21, 1695.

26 30

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 23, 1695.

26 31

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 28, 1695.

26 32

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 11th month (January) 30, 1695.

26 33

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 12th month (February) 1, 1695.

26 34

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 12th month (February) 5, 1695.

26 35

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 12th month (February) 6, 1695.

26 36

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 12th month (February) 9, 1695.

26 37

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 12th month (February) 11, 1695.

26 38

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 2nd month (February) 14, 1695.

26 39

Letter to Hannah Callowhill. 12th month (February) 18, 1695.

26 40

Account of the Deaths of His Wife Guli and His Son Springett Penn, [1699].

26 41

Primitive Christianity Revived. Printed in London, 1696.

26 42

Primitive Christianity Revived. Printed in London, 1696, 1696-1779.

26 43

More Work for George Keith. Printed in 1696, 1696, circa 1910-1960.

26 44

Second Marriage. 1st month (March) 5, 1695-6, Bristol, England.

26 45

1696-1698 (Volume XXXV A).

Box Folder

Answer to Edmund Randolph Concerning Delaware. [1st month (March)(?) 7(?), 1696].

27 1

Epistle from Bristol Yearly Meeting. 3rd month (May) 11 and 12, 1696.

27 2

Letter to Joseph Stennett. 9th month (November) 3, [96?].

27 3

Letter to Joseph Stennett. 9th month (November) 4, 1696.

27 4

Letter to Sir George Treby, Lord Chief Justice, England. 9th month (November) 22, 1697.

27 5

Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. 10th month (December) 9, 1696, London.

27 6

Observations on the Proceedings of Benjamin Fletcher, Governor of New York. 10th month (December) 11, 1696.

27 7

Letter to Robert Turner. 10th month (December) 25, 1696.

27 8

Letter to Fitz-John Winthrop, Governor of ... 10th month (December) 27, 1696.

27 9

Letter to William Trumbull. 11th month (January) 4-11, 1696-7.

27 10

Plan for the Union of the American Colonies. 12th month (February) 8, 1696-7.

27 11

Memorial to the Board of Trade Objecting to Pennsylvania's Unequal Quota for Colonial Defense. 12th month (February) 12, 1696-7.

27 12

Protest Against Two Laws of Maryland. 12th month (February) 12, 1696-7.

27 13

Letter to Secretary Trumbull. 1697, Bristol.

27 14

Proposals to a Committee of the ... in the American Colonies. 2nd month (April), 1697.

27 15

Letter to Sir John Rodes. 5th month (July) 27, 1697, Bristol, England.

27 16

Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. 6th month (August) 24, 1697, Pall Mall, London.

27 17

Letter to Colonel William Markham, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 1, 1697, Whitehall, London.

27 18

Instructions to the Governor and Council of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 5, 1697.

27 19

Letter to Robert Turner, Samuel Carpenter and Samuel Richardson. 7th month (September) 13, 1697.

27 20

Letter of Attorney to Jeremiah Bass ... Lands in New Jersey. 8th month (October) 5, 1697.

27 21

Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. 8th month (October) 15, 1697.

27 22

Letter to Edward Randolph. 8th month (October) 16, 1697, Worminghurst.

27 23

Letter to Nicholson, Governor of [?]. 9th month (November) 9, 1697.

27 24

Reply to Governor ... Merchants' Complaint. Circa 9th month (November) 9, 1697.

27 25

Letter to Col. Nicholson. 9th month (November) 22, 1697, Worminghurst.

27 26

Letter to Sir George Treby, Lord Chief Justice, England. 9th month (November) 22, 1697.

27 27

Commission to Captain William Markham as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 27, 1697.

27 28

Instructions to John Simcock, Samuel Carpenter ... and David Lloyd. 10th month (December) 1, 1697.

27 29

Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade. 10th month (December) 28, 1697.

27 30

Epistle. Circa 11th month to 12th month, 1697.

27 31

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 12th month (February) 14, 1697-8.

27 32

Letter to Hugh Roberts, of Pennsylvania, then in Wales. 12th month (February) 17, 1697-8, London.

27 33

Letter to the Czar of Muscovy. 12th month (February) 23, 1697, London.

27 34

Some Considerations Upon the Bill for ... Blasphemy, 1698.

27 35

A Testimony to the Truth of God, 1698-1699.

27 36

Caution Humbly Offer'd About ... the Bill Against Blasphemy, circa 1698.

27 37

Letter to Peter the Great, Czar of Russia, 1698.

27 38

Letter to Elizabeth Harman. [2nd month (April), 1698].

27 39

Letter to George Keith. 2nd month (April) 16, 1698, Bristol, England.

27 40

Commission to Edward Penington as Surveyor-General of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 26, 1698.

27 41

1698-1699 (Volume XXXVI).

Box Folder

Letter to Samuel Carpenter. 2nd month (April) 27, 1698, Bristol, England.

28 1

Letter to Commissioners of Property. 3rd month (May) 2, 1698.

28 2

Gospel Truths. 3rd month (May) 14, 1698, Dublin, Ireland.

28 3

The Quaker a Christian, By William Penn, John Everet and Thomas Story. 3rd month (May) 18, 1698.

28 4

Truth Further Cleared. 3rd month (May) 26, 1698, Dublin, Ireland.

28 5

Epistle to the Quaker Yearly Meeting at London, by William Penn, John Everet and Thomas Story. 4th month (June) 2, 1698.

28 6

Letter to [unknown]. 4th month (June) 4, 1698, Waterford.

28 7

Letter to the Lords Justice of Ireland. 5th month (July) 1, 1698, Cork, Ireland.

28 8

The Defence of a Paper, entitled Gospel Truths, 1698, 1698, circa 1910-1960.

28 9

Letter to Gabriel Thomas. 8th month (October) 15, 1698, Bristol, England.

28 10

Epistle to Friends in Ireland. 4th month (October) 31, 1698, Bristol, England.

28 11

Letter to Samuel Carpenter, Edward Shippen, Thomas Duckett, Samuel Richardson and Anthony Morris. 9th month (November) 9, 1698, London.

28 12

Letter to John Ellis, 1698 November 19.

28 13

Letter to Joseph Pike. 10th month (December) 6, 1698, London, England.

28 14

Memorial to the Board of Trade Concerning Some Pennsylvania Laws. 10th month (December) 19, 1698.

28 15

Letter to Robert Harley. 11th month (January) 30, 1698, Bristol, England.

28 16

Letter to George Baker, John Fennell, and Stephen Collett, in Ireland. 12th month (February) 1, 1698.

28 17

Letter to Robert Turner. 12th month (February) 16, 1698, Bristol, England.

28 18

A Light Shining Out of Darkness, 1699, 1699, circa 1910-1960.

28 19

Advice to His Children, 1699, 1726, 1778, circa 1910-1960.

28 20

The Three Norfolk Clergymen ... by William Penn and Other Quakers, 1699.

28 21

Letter to George Sevell. 1st month (March) 1, 1699.

28 22

Letter to John Gratton. 2nd month (April) 5, 1699, London.

28 23

Letter to Quakers in Ireland. 3rd month (May) 2, 1699, Worminghurst.

28 24

Epistle to the Quaker Yearly Meeting at Bristol, England. 3rd month (May) 4, 1699.

28 25

Letter to John Gratton. 5th month (July) 2, 1699.

28 26

Bond to Thomas Callowhill ... by the Callowhill Marriage. 5th month (July) 20, 1699.

28 27

Letter to John Penington, Daniel Warley, Henry Gouldney. 6th month (August), 1699.

28 28

Bond to James St. Armand of Covent Garden, London. 6th month (August) 10, 1699.

28 29

A Sermon at Westminster Quaker Meeting. 6th month (August) 13, 1699.

28 30

1699-1700 (Volume XXXVII).

Box Folder

Letter to Major John Donaldson and Captain Richard Halliwell. 10th month (December) 12, 1699, Philadelphia.

29 5

Letter to William Clark of Lewes, Delaware. 10th month (December) 12, 1699, Philadelphia.

29 6

Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 10th month (December) 13, 1699, Philadelphia.

29 7

Proclamation Against Pirates. 10th month (December) 23, 1699, Philadelphia.

29 8

Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 11th month (January) 13, 1699-1700.

29 9

Writ to Wessel Alricks, High Sheriff, ... Provincial Assemblymen. 11th month (January) 20(?), 1699-1700.

29 10

Letter to William Markham. 11th month (January) 27, 1699-1700.

29 11

Letter to Lord Bellamont, Governor of New York. 11th month (January) 30, 1699-1700, Philadelphia.

29 12

Power of Attorney to Philip Ford. 6th month (August) 23, 1699.

29 1

Epistle of Farewell to the Quakers of Europe. 7th month (September) 3, 1699, Cowes, Isle of Wight, Weight Anchor, 1699, circa 1910-1960.

29 2

Commission to Benjamin Chambers for the Collection of Rents in Philadelphia. 10th month (December) 19, 1699, Philadelphia.

29 3

Letter to Nicholson, Governor of Virginia. 10th month (December) 12, 1699, Philadelphia.

29 4

Letter to John Manfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 11th month (January) 30, 1699-1700.

29 13

Letter to Paroculus Parmyter. 11th month (January) 30, 1699.

29 14

Letter to the Earl of Tankerville, Governor of Barbados. 12th month (February) 2, 1699-1700.

29 15

Birth Certificate of his son, John Penn. 12th month (February) 4, 1699-1700, Philadelphia.

29 16

Letter to General Sir Thomas [William] Beeston, of Jamaica. Circa 12th month (February), 1699-1700.

29 17

Writ to Richard Halliwell ... Council and Assembly. 12th month (February), 1699-1700, Philadelphia.

29 18

Writ to Samuel Beakins ... the Provincial Assembly. 12th month (February) 16, 1699-1700.

29 19

Writ to Wessell Alrichs ... Assembly of Pennsylvania. 12th month (February) 16, 1699-1700.

29 20

Writ to William Wilson. 12th month (February) 16, 1699-1700.

29 21

Writ to Robert Asheton ... the Provincial Assembly. 12th month (February) 19, 1699-1700.

29 22
[Letter to Sir George Treby]. [12th month (February) 20, 1699, Worminghurst, Sussex, England].
Box 29, Folder 23 Description

"The Manuscript, 120-125" is the only information listed on folder tab

29 23

Latin Letter to Melchior ... in Franconia, Germany. 12th month (February) 20, 1699, Bristol.

29 24

Letter to James Vernon of State, England. 12th month (February) 26, 1699-1700.

29 25

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 12th month (February) 27, 1699.

29 26

Letter to the Commissioners of Customs, London. 12th month (February) 28, 1699-1700.

29 27

Letter to Lord Bellamont, Governor of New York. Circa 12th month (February), 1699-1700.

29 28

Letter, 1699-1700.

29 29

Letter to the Susquehanna Indians in Pennsylvania, [circa 1699-1700], Philadelphia.

29 30

Letter to James Logan, [1700].

29 31

Letter to Colonel Christopher Codrington, Governor of the Leeward Islands. 1st month (March) 5, 1700.

29 32

Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 1st month (March) 6, 1699-1700.

29 33

Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 1st month (March) 7, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 34

Commission to Samuel Carpenter as Treasurer of Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 8, 1700-1.

29 35

Letter to James Vernon, Secretary of State, England. 1st month (March) 10, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 36

Letter to the Council of New York. 1st month (March) 17, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 37

Letter to Nicholson, Governor of Virginia. 1st month (March) 19, 1700.

29 38

Letter to John Tatham. 1st month (March) 21, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 39

Letter to James Frisby. 2nd month (April), 1700.

29 40

Address to Philadelphia Council. 1st month (March) 30, 1700.

29 41

Extract from a Sermon. 1st month (March) 31, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 42

Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 2nd month (April) 10, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 43

Address to the Provincial Council and Assembly of Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 1, 1700.

29 44

Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York.

29 45

Letter to John Donaldson, Robert French, and Cornelius Empson. 2nd month (April) 15, 1700.

29 46

Letter to Nehemiah Field and Jonathan Baily. 2nd month (April) 15, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 47

Letter to Luke Wilson. 2nd month (April) 15, 1700.

29 48

Letter to Lord Bellamont, Governor of New York. 2nd month (April) 18, 1700.

29 49

Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Gov. of NY. April 18, 1700.

29 50

Letter to Robert Harley. [circa 2nd month (April) 20, [1700].

29 51

Letter to Lord Bellamont. 2nd month (April) 23, 1700.

29 52

Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 2nd month (April) 25, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 53

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 2nd month (April) 28, 1700, Philadelphia.

29 54

1700 (Volume XXXVIII).

Box Folder

Commission to Major John Donaldson of New Castle, Del. to Receive the Proprietary Rents in New Castle County. 5th month (May) 5, 1700, New Castle.

30 1

Commission to Edward Pennington as Surveyor-General of Pennsylvania. 3rd month (May) 6, 1700.

30 2

Commission to Edward Pennington as Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. 3rd month (May) 6, 1700.

30 3

Instructions to Edward Pennington as Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. Circa 3rd month (May) 6, 1700.

30 4

Letter to the Commissioners of the Customs at London. 3rd month (May) 7, 1700.

30 5

Letter to W Wilson, Sheriff of Kent County, Delaware. 3rd month (May) 9, 1700, Philadelphia.

30 6

Letter to Fitz John Winthrop. 3rd month (May) 13, 1700, Philadelphia.

30 7

Letter to Samuel Leonard. 3rd month (May) 26, 1700.

30 8

Letter to Ralph Gray, Governor of Barbados, circa 1700; Letter to Wessel Alriches. 4th month (June), 1700; Letter to M. Birch. 4th month (June) 2, 1700, Philadelphia; Address to a Committee of the Council and Assembly of Pennsylvania. 4th month (June), 1700.

30 9

Commission to Thomas Farmer as Water Baliff of Philadelphia. 4th month (June) 12, 1700; Commission to Story as Keeper of the Great Seal and Master of the Rolls of Pennsylvania, 4th month (June) 25, 1700; Letter to Lord Bellamont, Governor of New York. 5th month (July) 4, 1700; Proclamation Proroguing the Assembly of Pennsylvania. 5th month (July) 6, 1700; Letter to Lord Bellamont, Governor of New York, circa 1700.

30 10

Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 23, 1700; Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) 7, 1700; Call for Meeting of Assembly at New Castle. 6th month (August) 18, 1700; Note to James Logan. 6th month (August) 19, 1700; Letter to William Clark, and William Rodney. 6th month (August) 21, 1700; Letter to William Clark, and William Rodney. 6th month (August) 21, 1700; Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) 22, 1700; Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) 31, 1700.

30 11

Letter to James Logan. Circa 6th month (August) 31, 1700; Warrant for the Proprietary Tenths in PA. 7th month (September) 1, 1700; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 3, 1700, [Pennsbury]; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 4, 1700; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 5, 1700.

30 12

Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 7, 1700; Writ to Joseph Wood, Sheriff of New Castle County, Delaware, for the Call of an Election as Assemblymen. 7th month (September) 13, 1700; Writ to Samuel Beaks, Sheriff of Bucks County, Pennsylvania for the Call of an Election of Assemblymen. 7th month (September) 13, 1700.

30 13

Writ to Andrew Job, Sheriff of Chester County. 7th month (September) 13, 1700; Letter to James Logan. 8th month (October) 1, 1700, New York; Some Suggestions for the Government of the American Colonies. Circa 7th month (September) 22, to 8th month (October) 4, 1700; Letter to James Logan. 8th month (October) 6, 1700; Letter to Lord Bellamont, Governor of New York. 8th month (October) 10, 1700.

30 14

Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 8th month (October) 10, 1700; To the Provincial Council. 9th month (October) 10, 1700; Writ to Joseph Wood, Sheriff of New Castle County, Delaware for the Call of an Election of Assemblymen. 8th month (October) 18, 1700; Letter to the Owners of the Ship Providence. 8th month (October) 18, 1700, New Castle, Delaware.

30 15

Letter to [?] Asking His Services in the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 18, 1700; Letter to Joseph Coysgarne. 8th month (October) 24, 1700; Letter to John Somers, Lord Chancellor of England. 8th month (October) 22, 1700.

30 16

Letter to Robert Asheton. 9th month (November) 1, 1700; Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 9th month (November) 6, 1700; Letter to Colonel Robert Quary. 9th month (November) 11, 1700; Letter to Colonel John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 9th month (November) 12, 1700.

30 17

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 10th month (December) 8 and 13, 1700, Pennsylvania; Letter to [?] Atwood, Chief Justice of New York. 10th month (December) 9, 1700.

30 18

Letter to the Commissioners of Customs at London. 10th month (December) 9, 1700; Letter to Lord Bellamont, Governor of New York. 10th month (December) 9, 1700; Letter to Charlewood Lawton. 10th month (December) 10, 1700.

30 19

Letter to the Lords of the Admiralty, England. 10th month (December) 10, 1700.

30 20

1700-1701 (Volume XXXIX).

Box Folder

Letter to James Vernon, Secretary of State, England. 10th month (December) 14, 1700; Letter to Governor of Curacao, [circa 1700]; Letter to General Christopher Codrington, Governor of the Leeward Islands. 10th month (December) 14, 1700; Letter to Ralph Gray, Governor of Barbados. 10th month (December) 14, 1700; Commission to Phineas Pemberton, William Biles and Richard Hough for Holding a Land Count in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 18, 1700.

30 21

Letter to Charleswood Lawton. 10th month (December) 21, 1700, Philadelphia; Letter to James Vernon, Secretary of State, England. 10th month (December) 30, 1700.

30 22

Letter to Lord Bellamont Governor of New York. 10th month (December) 30, 1700; Letter to Nicholson Governor of Virginia. 10th month (December) 31, 1700; Letter to the Board of Trade. 10th month (December) 31, 1700.

30 23

Letter to his Son, William Penn, Jr. 11th month (January) 2, 1700; Instructions to the Justices of New Castle County, Delaware. 11th month (January) 8, 1700-1701; Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 11th month (January) 20, 1700.

30 24

Letter to Ralph Gray, Governor of Barbados. 12th month (February) 9, 1700; Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 12th month (February) 12, 1700; Naturalization of Daniel Falkner. 12th month (February) 12, 1700; Naturalization of John Jawert. 12th month (February) 12, 1700; Letter to Lord Bellamont, Governor of New York. 12th month (February) 27, 1700.

30 25

Letter to Robert Harley Secretary of State ... [circa 1701]; Instructions to William Clark, Luke Watson, Nehemiah Field, and John Bailey, Magistrates of Sussex County, Delaware, Respecting Pirates, [circa 1700]; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 1st month (March) 6, 1701, Philadelphia; Letter to the Commissioners of the Customs at London. 1st month (March) 6, 1701.

30 26

Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 1st month (March) 6, 1700-1; Warrant for the Survey of the Proprietary Manor of Springtown in Chester County, Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 6, 1700-1; Letter to the Countess of Bellamont, in New York. [circa 1st month (March), 1701]; Proclamation Proroguing the Pa. Assembly. 1st month (March) 6, 1700-1; Letter to Gabriel Thomas. 1st month (March) 7, 1701. 6 - Commission to Naval Officer within the Precinct of Dover River and County Kent, Delaware. 1st month (March) 10, 1701.

30 27

Letter to Charles Jones, Jr. 1st month (March) 17, 1701; Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 1st month (March ) 20, 1701; Letter to [the Proprietors of East New Jersey]. [circa 1st month (March), 1701]; Instructions to the Council of New York. 1st month (March) 17, 1700-1; Instructions to Henry Hollingsworth about a Land Survey for John Simcock. 1st month (March) 22, 1700-1; Letter to the Council of New York Requesting a Search for Robbers. 1st month (March) 29, 1701.

30 28

Letter to General Christopher Codrington, Governor of the Leeward Islands. 1st month (March) 31, 1700; Letter to Andrew Hamilton. 2nd month (April) 3, 1701; Letter to John Hans. 2nd month (April) 12, 1701; Agreement with Pennsylvania Indians. 2nd month (April) 23, 1701.

30 29

Letter to Ralph Gray, Governor of Barbardos. 2nd month (April) 23, 1701; Letter to the Council of New York. 2nd month (April) 23, 1701; Letter to [the Council of New York]. 2nd month (April) 26, 1701; Letter to [unknown]. 2nd month (April) 27, 1701.

30 30

Commission to Edward Shippen, Samuel Richardson, John Moll, and John Jones to Hold a Court in Philadelphia for the Trial of Negroes. 2nd month (April) 28, 1701; Letter to [unknown]. 2nd month (April) 29, 1701; Letter to the Commissioners of the Customs at London. [1701], [Pennsylvania].

30 31

1701 (Volumes XL, XLI, XLII).

Box Folder

Summons to Jonathan Boyly Sheriff of Sussex County, Delaware. 3rd month (May) 3, 1701; Letter to Colonel Jenkins and Lieutenant-Colonel Whitington, in Somerset County, Maryland. 3rd month (May) 6, 1701; Letter to [unknown]. 3rd month (May) 17, 1701; Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston, Governor of Maryland. 3rd month (May) 23, 1701; Commission to James Logan. 3rd month (May) 26, 1701.

31 1

Letter to Nehemiah Blackiston. 3rd month (May) 26, 1701; Commission to Edward Shippen, President and the Other Members of the Provincial Council to Govern Pennsylvania in the Absence of the Proprietor. 3rd month (May) 31, 1701; Commission to John Moor as Attorney General of Pennsylvania. 3rd month (May) 31, 1701; Commission to Francis Cook, James Atkinson, Charles Read, Jonathan Dickinson, Thomas Masters, and John Parsons to Regulate the Streets and Water Courses of Philadelphia.

31 2

Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 4th month (June) 4, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 4th month (June) 11, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 4th month (June) 15, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 4th month (June) 30, 1701; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 5th month (July) 2, 1701.

31 3

Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 5th month (July) 2, 1701; Letter to Charlewood Lawton. 5th month (July) 2, 1701; Letter to James Logan, first-day, Sunday. [5th month (July) 13, 1701]; Instructions to William Rodney. 5th month (July) 14, 1701.

31 4

Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 14, 1701; Proclamation Calling the Pennsylvania Assembly. 5th month (July) 15, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 17, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 23, 1701; Naturalization of Casper Hoedt. 5th month (July) 25, 1701.

31 5

Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 30, 1701; Speech to the Pennsylvania Assembly. 6th month (August) 1, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) [12], 1701; Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) 13, 1701.

31 6

Letter to Sir John Lowther. 6th month (August) 16, 1701; Letter to Charlewood Lawton. 6th month (August) 18, 1701.

31 7

Commission to John Guest, William Clark, Joseph Growden, Edward Shippen, and Robert French as Provincial Justices of Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 20, 1701; Writ to John Hoskins, High Sheriff of Chester County, Pennsylvania Calling for an Election to the Provincial Assembly. 6th month (August) 23, 1701; Writ to Samuel Beakes, High Sheriff of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Calling for an Election to the Provincial Assembly. 6th month (August) 23, 1701; Writ to Jonathan Baily, High Sheriff of Sussex County, Delaware, for the Call of an Election of Provincial Assemblymen. 6th month (August) 23, 1701.

31 8

Letter to the Duke of Devonshire. 6th month (August) 25, 1701; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 6th month (August) 26, 1701; Letter to the Marquis of Normandy. 6th month (August) 26, 1701.

31 9

Letter to the Duke of Somerset. 6th month (August) 26, 1701; Letter to the Lord Jeffreys. 6th month (August) 26, 1701; Letter to Lord Paulet. 6th month (August) 26, 1701; Letter to John Hon. 6th month (August) 26, 1701.

31 10

Letter to the Earl of Dorsett. 6th month (August) 27, 1701; Letter to Robert Harley. 6th month (August) 27, 1701; Letter to Sir Hennage Finch. 6th month (August) 27, 1701.

31 11

Letter to [?]. 6th month (August) 27, 1701; Commission to John Guest as First Justice of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions for Philadelphia County. 7th month (September) 2, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 6, 1701.

31 12

Letter to Henry Sidney, Lord Romney. 7th month (September) 6, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 8, 1701.

31 13

Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 8, 1701; Charter to Markus Hook, Pennsylvania, as a Market Town. 7th month (September) 12, 1701.

31 14

Speech to the Pennsylvania Assembly. 7th month (September) 15, 1701; Letter to Colonel Depeister, of New York. 7th month (September) 20, 1701; Letter to Robert Harley. 7th month (September) 21, [1701(?)]; Warrant for the Survey of Freetown, the Servants' Township, in Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 27, 1701.

31 15

Answer to the Address of the Pennsylvania Assembly. 7th month (September) 29, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 8th month (October) 5, 1701; Letter to Phineas Pemberton. 8th month (October) 7, 1701; Agreement with Welsh Purchasers for 30,000 Acres of Land in New Castle, Del. 8th month (October) 9, 1701.

31 16

Address to the Members of the Assembly of the Three Lower Counties on Delaware. 8th month (October) 10, 1701; Agreement with Captain John Fitch, Commander of the Ship Dalmahoy. 8th month (October) 12, 1701; Address on the Union of Pennsylvania and Delaware. 8th month (October) 15, 1701; Letter to John Nanfan, Deputy Governor of New York. 8th month (October) 18, 1701; Warrant for 30,000 Acres of Proprietary Land in Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 23, 1701.

31 17

Patent to Samuel and Joshua Carpenter of Their Wharves in Philadelphia. 8th month (October) 24, 1701; Paper to the Assembly of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 25, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 8th month (October) 25, 1701.

31 18

Certain Concessions to Purchasers on Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 25, 1701; Patent to the Frankfort or German Company for 22,377 Acres of Land in Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 25, 1701.

31 19

Charter to the City of Philadelphia. 8th month (October) 25, 1701.

31 20

Charter for a Quaker Public School in Philadelphia. 8th month (October) 25, 1701.

31 21

Charter to Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 28, 1701, Philadelphia.

31 22

Answer to the Petition of the Executor of Thomas Lloyd. Circa 8th month (October) 29, 1701; Commission to Andrew Hamilton as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 27, 1701; William to Benjamin Chambers and Jonathan Hayes. 8th month (October) 26, 1701.

31 23

Commission to James Logan as Secretary of State and of Property and Clerk of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 27, 1701; Commission to Thomas Story as Keeper of the Great Seal and Master of the Rolls of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 27, 1701.

31 24

Commission to Edward Shippen, Griffth Owen, Thomas Story, and James Logan as Commissioners of Property in Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 28, 1701.

31 25

Commission to Edward Shippen ... and John Blunston as the Council of State for the Government of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 28, 1701; Commission to John Guest, ... and Andrew Bankson as Justices in Philadelphia. 8th month (October) 28, 1701; Answer to the Commissioners of Property of Pennsylvania. circa 8th month (October) 28, 1701.

31 26

To Gunner Rambo et al. 8th month (October) 28, 1701; Naturalization of Eric Tobias Biork. 8th month (October) 28, 1701; Warrant to Isaac Taylor for Running the Circular Boundary Between Pennsylvania and Delaware; Warrant to Thomas Story, Keeper of the Great Seal of Pennsylvania to Affix the Great Seal to Certain Instruments. 8th month (October) 29, 1701.

31 27

Commission to James Logan as Receiver General of Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 29, 1701; Charter Erecting Chester, Pennsylvania in a Borough. 8th month (October) 31, 1701.

31 28

Letter to Samuel Carpenter. 8th month (October) 30, 1701; William Penn's Last Will and Testament. 8th month (October) 30, 1701.

31 29

Power of Attorney to Samuel Jennings, Thomas Story and James Logan for the Sale of His New Jersey Lands. 8th month (October) 31, 1701; Grant of the Bank Lots in New Castle, Delaware. 8th month (October) 31, 1701.

31 30

Warrant for the Common of New Castle, Delaware. 8th month (October) 31, 1701; Agreement About the Charter for Delaware. 8th month (October) 31, 1701; Commission Enlarging the Powers of Edward Shippen ... and James Logan as Commissioners of Property in Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 1, 1701.

31 31

Instructions to Edward Shippen ... Commissioners of Property in Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 1, 1701.

31 32

Commission to Paroculus Parmyter as Naval Officer of Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 1, 1701; Instructions to James Logan Receiver General and Secretary in Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 3, 1701; Award in the Case of Dr. Thomas More vs. the Free Society of Traders in Pennsylvania. Circa 9th month (November) 22, 1701; Letter to Lord Cornbury. 10th month (December) 5, 1701.

31 33

Letter to James Logan. 11th month (January) 4, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 11th month (January) 4, 1701; Instructions to Andrew Hamilton, as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 11th month (January) 8, 1701-2.

31 34

Letter to Members of the Pennsylvania Government. 11th month (January) 10, 1701; Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. Circa 11th month (January) 14, 1701-2; Letter to Robert Harley. 11th month (January) 31, 1701; Letter to James Logan. 12th month (February) 3, 1701.

31 35

1702-1703 (Volume XLIII).

Box Folder

Petition to Queen Anne, circa 1702; Letter. 1st month (March) 28, 1702; Letter to Robert Harley. 1st month (March) 28, 1702; Letter to the Lord Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, London. 2nd month (April) 7, 1702.

32 1

Answers to Colonel Robert Quary's First Memorial Against Proceedings in Pennsylvania. 2nd month (April) 28, 1702; Answers to Colonel Robert Quary's Second Memorial Against Proceedings in Pennsylvania. [2nd month (April) 29, 1702].

32 2

Letter to Robert Harley. 3rd month (May) 29, 1702; Petition to the Board of Goods. 3rd month (May) 31, 1702; Address to Queen Anne. 4th month (June) 3, 1702; Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 18, 1702; Letter to James Logan. 4th month (June) 21, 1702.

32 3

Complaint Against Colonel Robert Quary as Judge of the Admiralty in Pennsylvania. [4th month (June) 18, 1702]; More Fruits of Solitude, 1702.

32 4

Petition to Queen Anne of England. 4th month (June) 22, [circa 1702]; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 22, 1702; Letter to Fitz John Winthrop. 5th month (July) 27, 1702, London.

32 5

Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 28, 1702; Reply to Colonel Robert Quary's Answer to the Proprietor's Memorial. 6th month (August) 5, 1702.

32 6

Epistle to the Quakers. 6th month (August) 9, 1702; Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) 19, 1702; Letter to [the Earl of Nottingham (?)]. 6th month (August) 22, 1702; Letter to William Popple. 6th month (August) 27, 1702; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 5, 1702.

32 7

Letter to Dr. Edward Baynard. [7th(?) month (September), 1702]; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 6, 1702; Letter to John Sotcher, Steward at Pennsbury, Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 8, 1702.

32 8

Letter to the Board of Trade and Plantations, London. 7th month (September) 9, 1702; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 23, 1702; Petition to Queen Anne. Circa 8th month (October) 2, 1702; Answer to Four Queries of the Lords of Trade and Plantations. Circa 9th month (November) 30, 1702; Declaration to the Lords of Trade and Plantation in London. 10th month (December) 2, 1702.

32 9

Letter of the Board of Trade, England. 10th month (December) 4, 1702; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 10th month (December) 7, 1702; Letter to William Popple. 10th month (December) 10, 1702; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 10th month (December) 15, 1702.

32 10

Letter to Edward Shippen, Thomas Story, Griffith Owen and James Logan. 11th month (January) 10 and 22, 1702-3, London.

32 11

Letter to William Popple, Secretary to the Board of Trade, England. 11th month (January) 14, 1702; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 11th month (January) 19, 1702; Difference with Gabriel Thomas, the Pennsylvania Historian. circa 11th month (January) 24, 1702.

32 12

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 11th month (January) 25, 1702-3; Letter to Lord Treasurer of England. 12th month (February) 3, 1702-3; Preface to Daniel Philips, M.D. Vindiciae Vertatis, Printed in London, 1703.

32 13

Letter to James Logan. 12th month (February) 24, 1702-1703. P.S. 1st month (March) 28, 1703.

32 14

Note about Pennsylvania, [1703]; Warrant for Colonel William Markham to be Register General of Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 29, 1703; A.N.S. Thomas Tower to Samuel Carpenter, Anthony Morris, and David Lloyd. 1st month (March) 31, 1703, London; Letter to James Logan. 2nd month (April) 1, 1703, London; Letter to James Logan. 2nd month (April) 3, 1703, London.

32 15

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 2nd month (April) 21, 1703; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 3rd month (May) 11, 1703; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 3rd month (May) 18, 1703; Letter to James Logan. 4th month (June) 6, 1703; Letter to Governor Hamilton. 4th month (June) 7, 1703.

32 16

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 15, 1703; Proposals to the Board of Trade, England, for the Surrender of the Government of Pennsylvania. 4th month (June) 18, 1703; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 5th month (July) 2, 1703. Petition to Queen Anne. Circa 5th month (July), 1703; Letter to [unknown]. 5th month (July) 6, 1703.

32 17

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 5th month (July) 8, 1703; Letter to Edward Southwell. 5th month (July) 10, 1703; Declaration Concerning the Royal Claims to Delaware. 5th month (July) 13, 1703; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 5th month (July) 28, 1703.

32 18

1703-1704 (Volume XLIV).

Box Folder

Commission to John Evans, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 2, 1703; Letter to John Evans, in London, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 6th month (August) 7, 1703, Bristol, England.

32 19

Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) 27, 1703; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 13, 1703; Letter to [Lord Fairfax Edward Southwell]. 7th month (September) 24, 1703.

32 20

Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 24, 1703; Letter to Isaac Norris. 10th month (December), 1703; Letter to James Logan. 10th month (December) 4, 1703; Letter to James Logan. 10th month (December) 7, [1703; Letter to Governor John Evans and the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 15, 1703.

32 21

Letter to the Board of Trade. 10th month (December) 22, 1703; Answer to Charges of Irregularities in Pennsylvania, circa 10th month (December) 22, 1703.

32 22

Letter to Edward Shippen and Others in Pennsylvania. 10th month (December) 31, 1703; Letter to James Logan. 10th month (December) 31, 1703; Letter to Robert Harley. 12th month (February) 9, 1703-4.

32 23

Letter to Ambrose Galloway, of Lewes Sussex, England. 12th month (February) 19, 1703, 1703, circa 1910-1960.

32 24

Preface to Charles Marshall's Sion's Travellers, Printed in London, 1704; Preface to the  Gospel Labors of John Whiteland. Printed in London, 1704; Letter to Robert Harley. 1st month (March) 3, 1704.

32 25

Letter to John Evans, Governor of Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 5, 1704; Letter to James Logan. 1st month (March) 10, 1703-4; Memorial of Complaint Against Colonel Robert Quary and Others. 1st month (March) 13, 1703-4; Commission Appointing Colonel Frederick Redegelt to be Essay Master General of Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 16, 1703-4.

32 26

Letter to the Commissioners of Property of Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 26, 1703-1704; Bible Inscription to Son John Penn the "American. 2nd month (April) 1, 1704; Letter to Robert Lowther, in Jermyn Street, London. 2nd month (April) 2, 1704; Letter to Nathaniel Puckle, Master of the Delaware Brigantine, at Cowes, Isles of Wight, England. 2nd month (April) 8, 1704.

32 27

Letter to James Logan. 2nd month (April) 8, 1704; Epistle to the Half Yeares Quaker Meeting in Dublin, Ireland. Circa 3rd month (May), 1704; Letter to James Logan, [1704]; Letter to Sir William Trumbull. 3rd month (May) 3, 1704; Letter to Sir William Trumbull. 3rd month (May) 27, 1704.

32 28

Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 10, 1704; Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 11, 1704. P.S. 5th month (July) 12, 1704, P.S. 5th month (July) 15, 1704, P.S. 5th month (July) 22, 1704; Letter to George Rooke, Meath Street, Dublin, Ireland. 6th month (August) 3, 1704.

32 29

1704-1705 (Volume XLV).

Box Folder

Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) 12, 1704; Letter to John Evans. 7th month (September), 1704.

33 1

Letter to Joseph Peckoner. 7th month (September) 2, 1704, 1704, circa 1910-1960.

33 2

Letter to Robert Harley. 7th month (September) 7, 1704; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 16, 1704; Letter to [Edward Southwell]. 8th month (October) 6, 1704.

33 3

Letter to James Logan. 9th month (November) 2, 1704, [circa 1704], circa 1910-1960.

33 4

Letter to John Evans, Governor of Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 6, 1704, 1704, circa 1910-1960.

33 5

Letter to the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations. 10th month (December) 5, 1704; Letter to Edward Southwell (?). 10th month (December) 12, 1704; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 11th month (January) 2, 1704; Letter to Hannah Penn. [11th month January 2, 1704]; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 11th month (January) 3, 1704.

33 6

Letter to Friends. 11th month (January) 4, 1704; Letter to [James Logan]. 11th month (January) 16, 1704; Answer to the Four Queries of the Board of Trade, England. 11th month (January) 12, 1704; Letter to James Logan. 11th month (January) 16, 1704.

33 7

Letter to Edward Southwell, Secretary of State for Ireland, Dublin. 11th month (January) 20, 1704; Letter to Roger Mompesson. 12th month (February) 17, 1704-5; Letter to Edward Southwell. 12th month (February) 20, 1704; Letter to Friends in Pennsylvania. 12th month (February) 26, 1704-5.

33 8

Letter to John Evans, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 12th month (February) 26, 1704-5; Epistle to the Quakers, 1705; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 1st month (March) 9, 1704-5.

33 9

Inscription in Penn Family Bible. 2nd month (April) 1, 1705; Extract of Letter to John Oldmixon, [circa 1705]; Letter to James Logan. 2nd month (April 30, 1705; Letter to Robert Harley. 3rd month (May) 1, 1705.

33 10

Letter to James Logan. 3rd month (May) 10, 1705; Letter to John Evans, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 3rd month (May) 11, 1705; Letter to the Earl of Seafield. 3rd month (May) 12, 1705.

33 11

Draft of a Surrender of the Pennsylvania Government. Circa 4th month (June) 5, 1705; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 6, 1705; Letter to the board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 20, 1705; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 30, 1705.

33 12

Letter to Robert Harley. 6th month (August) 24, 1705; Answer to the Board of Trade's Objections to Certain Pennsylvania Laws. Circa 6th month (August) 31, 1705; Concessions Desired from Queen Anne on Proposed Surrender of Pennsylvania. Circa 7th month (September) 1, 1705; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 7, 1705.

33 13

Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 14, 1705. P.S. 7th month (September) 21, 1705.

33 14

Letter to John Evans, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 22, 1705; Letter to John Evans, Governor of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 30, 1705.

33 15

Letter to James Logan. 8th month (October) 3, 1705; Will. 8th month (October) 8, 1705; Letter to John and Mary Sotcher, Steward and Housekeeper at Pennsbury, Pennsylvania. 8th month (October) 12, 1705.

33 16

1705-1708 (Volume XLVI).

Box Folder

Letter to Samuel Carpenter, Edward Shippen, Griffith Owen, Robert Turner, and Thomas Story. 9th month (November) 18, 1705; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 9th month (November) 21, 1705.

33 17

Fulfillment of the Bond to Thomas Callowhill Providing for the Children of Callowhill Marriage. 10th month (December) 7, 1705; Letter to James Logan. 10th month (December) 28, 1705.

33 18

Letter to John Evans, Governor of Pennsylvania. 12th month (February) 7, 1705, 1705, circa 1910-1960.

33 19

Letter to James Logan. 12th month (February) 7, 1705; Commission of Renewal to John Evans as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 12th month (February) 7, 1705; Commission of John Evans as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 12th month (February) 7, 1705; Letter to James Logan. 12th month (February) 9, 1705.

33 20

Letter to John Evans, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 12th month (February) 16, 1705-6; Letter to James Logan. 12th month (February) 16, 1705-6; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 12th month (February) 22, 1705-6.

33 21

Letter to Sir Charles Hedges, Secretary of State, England. 12th month (February) 23, 1705; Letter to James Logan. 1st month (March) 2, 1706; Letter to Jonathan and Caleb Dickinson in Jamaica. 1st month (March) 6, 1705-6; Letter to Sir Hiram Trumbull. 2nd month (April) 17, 1706; Letter to John Evans, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 4th month (June) 11, 1706.

33 22

Letter to Jonathan and Caleb Dickinson in Jamaica. 4th month (June) 20, 1706; Letter to Robert Harley. 5th month (July) 14, 1706; Letter to John Winch of Westminster, London. 6th month (August) 23, 1706; Statement of Transactions with Philip Ford. 7th month (September) 7, 1706.

33 23

Letter to Robert Harley. 7th month (September) 8, 1706; Letter to Thomas Curtis, of Reading, England. 9th month (November) 14, 1706; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 11th month (January) 29, 1706-1707.

33 24

Letter to Jonathan and Caleb Dickenson. 12th month (February) 14, 1706; Letter to Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Winchelsea, 1707; Sir William Penn to Ormonde. 1st month (March) 8, 1706-1707; Letter to William Popple, Secretary to the Board of Trade, England. 1st month (March) 3, 1707.

33 25

Letter to the Earl of Shrewsbury. 1st month (March) 29, 1707; Letter to the Earl of Shrewsburgy. 2nd month (April) 1, 1707; Letter to John Evans, Governor of Pennsylvania. 3rd month (May) 15, 1707; Letter to James Logan. 4th month (June) 10, 1707. P.S. 5th month (July) 8, 1707; Note to Captain Edward Smith, Jamaica. 4th month (June) 16, 1707.

33 26

Letter to Jonathan and Caleb Dickinson and Captain Gomerson in Jamaica. 4th month (June) 17, 1707; Letters to R. Hill. 5th month (July) 22, 1707; Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. 5th month (July) 2, 1707; Letter to "Lov [Q(?)] Ffrd". 6th month (August) 2, 1707.

33 27

Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. 6th month (August) 14, 1707; Letter to the Earl of Sheafield. 7th month (September) 20, 1707; Letter to Samuel Carpenter, Griffth Owen, Thomas Story, Caleb Pusey, Rowland Ellis, and Richard Hill in PA. 8th month (October) 7, 1707; Letter to James Logan. 8th month (October) 16, 1707.

33 28

Letter to [unknown]. 12th month (February) 28, 1707, 1707, circa 1910-1960.

33 29

Errors in Philip Ford's Accounts, [1706?]; Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. Circa 1st month (March) 29, 1708; Letter to James Logan. 3rd month (May) 3, 1708; Letter to John Sotcher. 3rd month (May) 18, 1708.

33 30

Letter to James Logan. 3rd month (May) 18, 1709; Petition to Queen Anne of England. Circa 3rd month (May) 20, 1708; Letter to William Popple, Secretary to the Board of Trade, England. 3rd month (May) 26, 1708.

33 31

Letter to John Evans, Governor of Pennsylvania. 3rd month (May) 27, 1706 and 4th month (June) 29, 1706; Letter to James Logan. 3rd month (May) 27, 1708; Petition to Queen Anne. Circa 4th month (June) 1708.

33 32

Letter to Henry Boyle. [3rd month [May] 28, 1708]; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 1, 1708; Recommendation from William Penn et al. 4th month (June) 4, 1708; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 29, 1708; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 5th month (July) 2, 1708.

33 33

Declaration Concerning the Crown's Claim to Delaware. 5th month (July) 2, 1708; Letter to Nicholas Gates, in Alton, Hampshire, England. 5th month (July) 19, 1708; The Case of William Penn vs. Philip Ford, 1708; Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 21, 1708.

33 34

Letter to [unknown]. 6th month (August), 1708; Commission to Charles Gookin as Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 7th month (September) 3, 1708; Note. Circa 7th month (September) 3, 1708.

33 35

1708-1710 (Volume XLVII).

Box Folder

Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 11, 1708; Letter to Quakers in Antigua. 7th month (September) 14, 1708.

34 1

Letter to Samuel and Hannah Carpenter. 7th month (September) 16, 1708, 1708, circa 1910-1960.

34 2

Letter to Samuel Carpenter, Thomas Story, Griffith Owen, Caleb Pusey, Richard Hill, Isaac Norris, and Rowland Ellis. 7th month (September) 28, 1708; Letter to James Logan. 7th month (September) 29, 1708.

34 3

Letter to the Commissioners of Customs in Pennsylvania. [Circa 7th month (September) 29, 1708 (?)]; Letter to James Logan. 10th month (December) 29, 1708; Letter to Amos Strettel. 11th month (January) 8, 1708; Petition to Queen Anne of Great Britain. Circa 11th month (January) 27, 1708-9.

34 4

Letter to James Logan. 12th month (February) 27, 1708-9, 1708 to 1709, circa 1910-1960.

34 5

A Prefatory Introduction to Sir Bulstrod Whitlocke's Memorials of the English Affairs. 12th month (February) 28, 1708-9; Letter to James Logan. 1st month (March) 3, 1709.

34 6

Letter to James Logan. 1st month (March) 12, 1708-9; Petition to Queen Anne of Great Britain. Circa 11th month (January) 27, 1708-9; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 2nd month (April) 6, 1709; Petition to Queen Anne of Great Britain. 2nd month (April) 16, 1709.

34 7

Order to Colonel Charles Gookin. 2nd month (April) 28, 1709; Letter to the Duke of Marlborough. 3rd month (May) 3, 1709; Letter to William Popple, Secretary to the Board of Trade. 4th month (June) 9, 1709; Letter to J. Taylor. 4th month (June) 12, 1709.

34 8

Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 4th month (June) 17, 1709; Letter to Wife Hannah in Bristol, England. 4th month (June) 25, 1709; Letter to James Logan. 4th month (June) 26, 1709; Letter to Wife Hannah, in Bristol, England. 5th month (July) 1, 1709; Letter to Wife Hannah, in Bristol, England. 5th month (July) 9, 1709.

34 9

Letter to Wife Hannah, in Bristol, England. 5th month (July) 14, 1709; Letter to Hannah Penn. (?) 5th month (July) 20, 1709 (?); Letter to the Duke of Marlborough. 3rd month (May) 22, 1709; Letter to the Duke of Marlborough. 3rd month (May) 22, 1709; Letter to William Popple, Secretary of the Board of Trade, England. 7th month (September) 12, 1709.

34 10

Letter to James Logan. 8th month (October) 14, 1709; Letter to his son, Thomas Penn, age 8, in Bristol. 8th month (October) 22, 1709; Letter to his son, John Penn, aged 10. 10th month (December) 15, 1709.

34 11

Letter to Wife Hannah Penn. 10th month (December) 20, 1709; Letter to Wife Hannah Penn. 10th month (December) 24, 1709; Letter to his son, in Bristol. 11th month (January) 7, 1709.

34 12

Letter to Wife Hannah, in Bristol. 11th month (January) 17, 1709; Letter to Wife Hannah. 11th month (January) 19, 1709-10; Letter to Wife Hannah at the White Hart, Marlborough, Wiltshire. 12th month (February) 7, 1709-10.

34 13

Memorial to the Earl of Sunderland, Secretary of State, England. 1st month (March) 27, 1710; Letter to [?] Viscount Townshend, British Ambassador to the Netherlands. 2nd month (April) 4, 1710; Commission to Lewis Mitchel. 4th month (June) 3, 1710; Bond, with Son William, to Charles Demster of Westminster, London. 4th month (June) 7, 1710.

34 14

A Serious Expostulation with the Inhabitant of Pennsylvania. 4th month (June) 27, 1710.

34 15

Memorial to the Board of Trade concerning his Proposed Surrender of the Pennsylvania Government. Circa 5th month (July) 31, 1710.

34 16

1710-1716 (Volume XLVIII).

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Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth, Secretary of State, England. 7th month (September) 30, 1710; Letter to Charles Gookin. Circa 7th month or 8th month, 1710; Letter to the Board of Trade, England. 10th month (December) 7, 1710; Memorial to the Board of Trade, England, concerning the Proposed Surrender of Pennsylvania Government. 12th month (February) 2, 1710-11. 5 - Letter to Edward Shippen, Samuel Carpenter, Richard Hill, J. H. Griffith Owen, Isaac Norris, Caleb Pusey, Samuel Preston and Thomas Masters. 12th month (February) 10, 1710-11.

34 17

Letter to the Earl of Darmouth, Secretary of State, England. [ ] month ( ) 20, 1711; An Epistle to the Reader in Sir Bulstrode Whitlock's Quench not the Spirit. Printed in London, 1711; Letter to Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, circa 1711; Letter to Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford. [ ] month ( ) 6, 1711-1712; Letter to Charles Gookin, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania. 1st month (March) 14, 1711, London.

34 18

Epistle to the Quaker Yearly Meeting at Bristol, England. 2nd month (April) 28, 1711; Letter to Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford. 4th month (June) 11, 1711; Letter to Captain John Finney, of Cheshire, England. 4th month (June) 28, 1711; Petition, with son William Penn and Francis Bernard, to the Duke of Ormonde, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Circa 6th month (August) 14, 1711.

34 19

Commission to Edward Shippen, Samuel Carpenter, Richard Hill, Isaac Norris and James Logan as Commissioners of Property in Pennsylvania. 9th month (November) 9, 1711.

34 20

Indenture William Penn and other to Edward Shippen and others. 9th month (November) 10, 1711.

34 21

Letter to Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain. 10th month (December) 6, 1711; Instructions to Edward Shippen, Samuel Carpenter ... Accounts with James Logan, Receiver General. 10th month (December) 8, 1711; Letter to Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, Lord High Treasurer of England. 10th month (December) 24, 1711; Letter to Council Trade and Plantations. 12th month (February) 2, 17110; Memorial Relating to the Surrender of the Government. 12th month (February) 13, 1711; Letter to Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford. 1712; Preface to John Bank's Journal. 12th month (February) 23, 1711.

34 22

Letter to James Logan. 1st month (March) 7, 1712, Whitehall, London; Petition, with Colonel John French, Naval Officer in Delaware, to Robert Harley, Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain. Circa 2nd month (April) 14, 1712; Letter to Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain. 3rd month (May) 12, 1712; Letter to Ann Thornton, Widow, in London. 3rd month (May) 13, 1712; Will. 3rd month (May) 27, 1712, Ruscomb, Berkshire, England.

34 23

Commission to Colonel John French as Clerk of the Courts of New Castle County, Delaware. 4th month (June) 14, 1712; Commission to Peter Evans as Register - General of Pennsylvania. 4th month (June) 21, 1712; Letter to James Logan. 5th month (July) 24, 1712; Letter to Samuel Carpenter, ... and Griffith Owen. 5th month (July) 24, 1712.

34 24

Letter to James Logan. 6th month (August) 15, 1712; Letter to James Logan. 8th month (October) 4, 1712; Letter to Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain. 12th month (February) 28, 1712; Petition to Queen Anne of England for the Recovery of the Estate of his Uncle George Penn, circa 1712; Letter referring to the Attack on Marshal Villars. 2nd month (April) 10, 1713.

34 25

Christian Discipline: or Certain Good and Wholesome Orders, for the Well-Governing of my Family. First printing 1751; Declaration concerning the Crown's Claim to Delaware. 8th month (October) 25, 1716, 1751, circa 1910-1960.

34 26

Undated (Volume XLVIII A).

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Manuscript. undated; Letter to Lord Fairfax, undated; Letter to Margaret Fox, undated.

34 27

To Honorable Henry Boyle; Description of a True Quaker, undated.

34 28

Letter to "An Old friend" concerning the Aubrey family, undated; Draft of Bill for Preservation of Property, undated; Short Essay, undated.

34 29

Torn fragment (concluding portion of a letter), undated; From Lady Ranelagh to Mr. Penn, undated; From Lady Ranelagh to Mr. Penn. 12 February, undated; Assorted notes by Albert Cook Myers on different lost letters; Letter to Stephen Crisp, undated.

34 30

Addenda (Volume CXLVIII), [1674], circa 1910-1960.

Scope and Contents note

The "Addenda" series contains materials that possibly would have been included in a planned addenda for Myers' unfinished "Complete Works of William Penn." Materials include transcriptions and typescripts of William Penn manuscripts as well as photos of the documents.

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William Penn to James Logan [circa 1672] November 28; William Penn to Friends [1672]; William Penn to unidentified recipient [1673] September 23; A Curb for ... John Faldo's Printed Charge [1673]; William Penn to Sr. J. Car of Suffolk [1673/4]; George Fox to William Penn [1674] May 28; Friends to the House of Lords [1674]; William Penn to J. Ketch [1674]; William Penn to E. Wasle [1674]; The Concessions ... West New Jersey, 1676 3 March; and William Penn to P[eter] ... B. V. Jon, etcetera, 1677 December 10, [1674], circa 1910-1960.

107 1

The Case of New Jersey Slated ... [1680]; The Present State of Colony of West Jersey ... 1681; William Penn to Thomas Rudyard and Herbert Springett, 1681/1682; "Laws and Orders ... of Ordinary's" [1682 November]; [Sir William Petty] to William Penn, 1682 August 4; Jacob van de Walle to William Penn, 1684 July 9; "Now the Lands ... to same purport;" Mr. Rodes to William Penn; 1685 February 5; William Penn to Thomas Lloyd, 1685, third month, 19; Joseph Growden to William Penn, 1687/88; Three considerations Propos'd to William Penn ... by a Baptist [1688]; and William Penn to Thomas Holmer, circa 1688.

107 2

An Epistle to the people of God called Quakers [1689]; William Penn dr. to Samuel Jennings, 1690-1693; Joseph Growdon to William Penn, 1691 April 28; William Penn to Sir John Rodes, 1693 October; Sir John Rodes to William Penn, 1693 October 27; William Penn to Sir John Rodes, 1694 July 31; William Penn to Hannah Callowhill, circa 1695; William Penn to John Gratton, 1695 August 2; An Epistle to Friends concerning the Education of Children, 1697; and William Penn to Sir John Rodes, 1697 July 27.

107 3

William Penn to John Churchill, 1699 February; William Penn to John Gratton, 1699 April 5; William Penn to P. Pemberton, 1700 September 12; Members of the Assembly from the Lower Counties to William Penn, 1701 October 10; Isaac Norris to William Penn, 1704/5 February 13, 1709, December 2; Joseph Growden to William Penn, 1711 May 3; William Penn's Charter, the Public School, 1711 November 29; Counsel's Answers to the Lord's Queries [1703]; and Robert Hunter to William Penn, 1712 December 22.

107 4

Testimony concerning William Penn by Reading Meeting, 1719; Braudon to William Penn, September 3; Anthony Lowther to William Penn, undated; L.D. Poulett to William Penn, undated; William Penn to Hugh Roberts, undated; William Penn's sermon: "Right Marriage as it stands in the Light and council," undated; Dutch letters of William Penn; facsimiles of Penn manuscripts; Butterfield - Stevens manuscripts; and Penn's New Jersey Lands.

107 5

Series II. Biographical notes, Bulk, 1910-1960 1683-1960 (Bulk, 1910-1960) .

Scope and Contents note

"Biographical notes" includes research conducted by Myers in his efforts to write a biography of William Penn. The series is organized into six subseries, "Penn Ancestry and Kindred;" "Jasper family;" "William Penn, his travels, his contemporaries, and his descendents;" "Itinerary and chronology of William Penn;" "Others," and "Index to the biographical notes of William Penn (en masses)." In addition to information about family and events in Penn's life, Myers collected whatever data he could about places connected with William Penn, including photographs, wherever possible, and whatever biographical and genealogical information he could discover about people connected with William Penn.

"Penn Ancestry and Kindred" follows a chronological order, beginning with the Penn genealogy, Penn's maternal and paternal grandparents, and his parents. Included is information regarding Penn Lodge in Minety, Minety Church, and Bristol. Also included is information on families, such as the Crispin family and the Blackfan family, as well as information on specific individuals such as James Bradshaw, the Lady Martha Dupant Joice, and Richard Harman, to name only a few.

William Penn's mother was Margaret Jasper before her marriage to Sir William Penn. The "Jasper family" series includes notes and records regarding the Jaspar family as a whole, the estate of John Jasper, and information regarding several churches, including the Dutch Church of Austin Friars and the Church of St. Olave, both in London.

"William Penn, his travels, his contemporaries, and his descendents" includes extensive research on William Penn, his wives, his children, and his homes. This series is arranged chronologically. Of particular interest may be the files concerning Penn's voyage on the Welcome, Pennsbury, and Pennsylvania Castle and the disposition of its contents in 1916. Included is information regarding known portraits of Penn family members.

The "Itinerary and chronology of William Penn" appears to be a daily chronological listing of William Penn's known itinerary from 1644 to 1718. Information in these folders is often scant, with weeks left completely blank.

"Others" includes biographical research on contemporaries of William Penn as well as those who may have influenced his thinking, particularly in regards to Quakerism. There are biographical notes regarding Penn's lawyers and agents, as well as his secretaries and stewards. William Penn lawyers and agents is composed of one folder that contains Myers' notes and correspondence on the various lawyers and agents of William Penn. Robert West appears to be the main focus of these notes. A William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine from January, 1924 is also included. Information regarding Penn's secretaries and stewards included genealogical tables and notes, transcripts of meetings, and letters. There is a significant amount of biographical material, however, the main focus of the notes appear to be in regards to the secretaries and stewards involvement and work with William Penn. These files may also contain newspaper clippings and images. Some individuals researched include Robert Barclay, governor of the East Jersey colony in North America during the 1680s; Major John Fenwick, proprietor of West New Jersey; Philip Ford, agent; Benjamin Furly, agent; Thomas Gilpin, Quaker; John Jeffries; George Keith, Surveyor-General; Tobias Ludwig Kolhasius, German Quaker; William Lickford; Patrick Logan, father of James Logan; James Neville; Thomas Rudyard, deputy-governor of East New Jersey; John South; Richard Stevens; and Robert Webb, Marshall of the Court of Vice Admiralty for Pennsylvania, the lower counties and West Jersey. Significant research was conducted regarding James Logan. Files on James Logan include photographs of portraits, biographical material, information regarding Stenton, newspaper clippings, and copies of some of Logan's letters. Researchers should be aware that a bulk of the material regarding Logan is notes, as well as some correspondence to Myers relating to his research. Information regarding Mark Swanner (Markus Schwaner), a German Quaker and member of the staff of George Fox, includes largely biographical and genealogical notes, but also photocopies of books covers, and information about Zattau. Researchers should note that some of the Swanner material is in German. In addition, there is biographical information regarding William Penn's physicians, Dr. Mathews and Dr. Waldern.

This series is most valuable because it contains the results of Myers' search for biographical information about Penn and the Penn family, which he almost invariably posted in these volumes with references to the sources, which included both standard and obscure printed works and manuscripts of Penn's contemporaries.

Penn Ancestry and Kindred (Volume XLIX).

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Penn genealogy.

35 1

A pedigree and genealogical notes, from wills, registers, and deeds, of the highly distinguished family of Penn, of England and America: designed as a tribute to the memory of the great and good William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania, compiled and published by James Coleman, 1871.

35 2

Penn Gleanings, by J. Henry Lea, circa 1900, circa 1910-1960.

35 3

The Family of William Penn.

35 4

Penn Lodge and Minety.

35 5

Correspondence with the Rev. Canon F.H. Manley.

35 6

Minety Church (Views).

35 7

Penn Lodge.

35 8

Rastall (Sir William Penn's Grandmother) and George.

35 9

Richard Harman; Major William Penn of Kinsale; and Richard Penn (cousin of the founder).

35 10

William Markham (nephew of Sir William Penn).

35 11

William Markham to Captain Thomas Holme, 3rd month, 18, 1688, Philadelphia.

35 12

James Bradshaw.

35 13

The Lady Martha Dupant Joice.

35 14

Crispin Family, 1898, circa 1910-1960.

35 15

Blackfan family.

35 16

Rooth or Rothe; and Asheton.

35 17

Parmyter.

35 18

Dighton.

35 19

Letter, Sir William Poole, Leghorn to Sir William Penn, 1670 June 2.

35 20

Tilnes; and Giles Penn, father of Sir William Penn.

35 21

Giles Penn, Miscellaneous Notes; Joane Gilbert, wife of Giles Penn; and Joane (Joan) Gilbert Penn, wife and widow of Giles Penn.

35 22

Letters of Giles Penn concerning Morocco Piracy, etcetera.

35 23

Gilbert; William Penn, of Bristol, brother of Giles Penn; George Penn, of Bristol, brother of Giles Penn; and Susan Penn, sister of Giles Penn.

35 24

George Penn, son of Giles Penn, and elder brother of Sir William Penn (1601-1664).

36 1

Henry Penn, son of Giles Penn; Admiral Sir William Penn; and bibliography.

36 2

Sir William Penn: Some short biographies, portraits, letters of Sir William Penn to his son William, and marriage on June 6, 1643.

36 3

Lady Penn.

36 4

Richard Penn; and John Penn.

36 5

Margaret (Penn) Lowther.

36 6

Lowther: letter from Anthony Lowther to William Penn, undated (Photograph); and letter from Margaret Lowther to William Penn, 1683 August 4.

36 7

Marske Hall.

36 8

Holcroft.

36 9

Bristol.

36 10

Jasper (Volume L).

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Jasper family.

36 11-12

Jasper notes.

36 13

Dutch Church of Austin Friars, London; Will of Nicholas van der Scuden, dated 1631 August 6.

36 14

Administration on the estate of John Jasper, 1652; Other John Jaspers.

36 15

Andrew Chaplin; and Ballycassey.

36 16

Church of St. Olave, Hart St. London; and Lord Bayning's Charity (or Viscount Sudbury's) Almshouses or Hospitals, 1908, circa 1910-1960.

36 17

Jasper records.

36 18

William Penn, his travels, his contemporaries, and descendents (Volumes LI- LXXIX).

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Sir William Penn.

37 1

William Penn's [birthplace].

37 2

Lady Margaret Penn.

37 3

William Penn's Birth, 1644 October 14 (born near the Tower and baptized at Allhallows-Barking 1644 October 23), 1908, circa 1910-1960.

37 4

The Memorial Celebrations, 1911.

37 5

William Penn Chronological Biography but mostly references to Admiral Sir William Penn.

37 6-7

Macroon Castle [1655]; and William Penn notes.

37 8

Chigwell.

37 9

1658.

37 10

William Penn at Oxford 166[0]-1662.

37 11

Incidents during Oxford period, but not at Oxford, from 1660.

37 12

1654 to 1661-1662.

38 1

William Penn in Saumur, France.

38 2

Pictures of Saumur, France.

38 3

Saumur, France notes and Saumur et ses environs.

38 4

Notice sur Saumur, France, and L'Academie Protestante de Saumur, 1605-1685, circa 1908-[1960(?)].

38 5

Intercepted correspondence of William Penn, 1670; Short Period; Events in England during William Penn's absence in France, 1662-1664.

38 6

George Penn, brother of Sir William Penn, 1664; and William Penn at Lincoln Inn, contemporary events and letters.

38 7

The Naval Expedition against Holland1665 March-April; and The Royal Charles (views).

38 8

Slothony Incident and Impeachment of Admiral Sir William Penn, 1665 September-October.

38 9

William Penn in Carrickfergus, Ireland, 1666 Spring.

38 10

Admiral Penn's Victualling Loan; and topography of Wanstead.

38 11

Penn's conversion to Quakerism in Ireland, 1667-1668.

39 1

William Penn returns to England, 9th month [after 5th day], 1667 [Sir William Penn's Impeachment, April 21, 1668].

39 2

William Penn in imprisoned in the Tower, 1668 December 12 (released circa 1669 August).

39 3

William Penn returns to Ireland, 1669-1670 October.

39 4

In Newgate 1670, 6th month, 15.

39 5

Penn Mead Trial, 1670 September 1,3-5, London.

39 6

Admiral Sir William Penn's death and burial, will, and inventory, 1670.

39 7

Visit to Holland and Germany, 1671.

39 8

First marriage, to Gulielma Maria Springett, 1672 April 4.

39 9

King John's Farm, Chorleywood.

39 10

Guli (Springett) Penn, chronology and letters.

40 1

Lord Vaughan's (Earl of Carberry), love letter to Guli Springett, 1644 (photograph).

40 2

Guli Penn's estate; and Guli Springett's accounts with her tenant, 1669.

40 3

Prude family; and Roper.

40 4

Fagge.

40 5

Faversham, Kent, circa 1876-1960.

40 6

Goodneston Court.

40 7

Oxenden of Dene, Kent; and Nevinson of Eastry.

40 8

Springett family.

40 9

Elizabeth Springett; the Springetts in the Middle Temple; and the Springetts of Hawkhurst, Kent.

40 10

Broyle Place, Ringmer, Sussex.

40 11

Other Springetts; Harbert Springett of Lewes, Sussex (1554-1620); and Simon Stone.

40 12

Sir Thomas Springett, Kt (1588-1639); and Sir Harbert Springett, Bt. (1612-1661).

40 13

Thomas Springett (d. 1652); Anthony Springett; and Harbert Springett (1590-1622).

40 14

Partridge family.

40 15-16

Steede family; and Guli Penn's relationship to Elizabeth Covert, first wife of John Fenwick.

40 17

Culpeper family; and Guli Penn's relationship to Frances Culpeper.

41 1

Guli Penn's relationship to Thomas, 2nd Lord Culpeper.

41 2

Pordage of Rodmersham.

41 3

Culpeper (continued).

41 4

Sir William Springett, KT (1620-1643/4), Puritan and soldier (Guli Penn's father).

41 5

Baptismal incident, 1642; Thomas Wilson, minister at Otham; Will of Sir William Springett, 1643; and photographs of his monument in Ringmer Church.

41 6

Guide to Maidstone, Kent.

41 7

Harbert Springett (son of Harbert and Catherine (Patridge) Springett, and Guli Penn's uncle).

41 8

Harbert Springett (son of Harbert and Elizabeth (Tufnell) Springett and Guli Penn's first cousin), Lawyer.

41 9

Anthony Springett (Guli Penn's first cousin); and William Springett (Guli Penn's first cousin).

41 10

Mary (Proude) (Springett) Penington, autobiography; and Canterbury Cathedral (views).

41 11

Penington family, St. Margaret's Church, Westminster (views); and Isaac Penington.

41 12

Children of Isaac and Mary Penington.

41 13

Other Peningtons; and Mary Wharley.

41 14

Lewes; and Canterbury.

41 15

Rottingdean (Sussex).

41 16

Rickmansworth; and Basing House Rickmansworth, Herts.

42 1

Early Married Life at Basing House, 1672-1673.

42 2

1674.

42 3

1675.

42 4

1676.

42 5

Letter from William Penn of Bucks to William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania 1676 May 1.

42 6

Worminghurst, Sussex, miscellaneous notes; and the Duke of Norfolk's correspondence.

42 7

Worminghurst deeds in the Duke of Norfolk's Muniment Room.

42 8

Marriage Settlement of William Penn, Junior and Mary Jones, 1698 January 10; and views of Worminghurst.

42 9

Worminghurst Church views, etcetera.

42 10

Servants at Worminghurst.

42 11

Amberly Castle; and The Blue Idle (or Idol) (views of Thakeham Sussex).

42 12

Penn's Rocks.

42 13

Storrington (Sussex).

42 14

Views of Steyning, Sussex.

42 15

Views of Horsham, Sussex.

42 16

Essex: Colchester.

43 1-2

Essex: [S]eering; and Kelvedon.

43 3

Essex: Coggleshall.

43 4

1677-1680:.

43 5

1677-1680: Letters of George Hutchinson and Algernon Sidney.

43 6

1677-1680: Algernon Sidney on his parliamentary candidature at Guildford, 1678.

43 7

1677-1680: 1679.

43 8

1677-1680: Algernon Sidney's Parliamentary candidate at Bramber.

43 9

1677-1680: Views of Wiston, Sussex.

43 10

1677-1680: 1680.

43 11

1677-1680: The Navy ... to ye King etcetera, 1680.

43 12

1681: The Charter of Pennsylvania, 1680/1 March 4.

44 1

1681: 1681 until July.

44 2

1681: Penn's London Land office.

44 3

1681: 1681 from July (first part).

44 4-6

1682 March-October: Mostly Land Transfers.

44 7-10

1682 March-October: First Voyage to America, Gravesend, 1682 August.

44 11

1682: The Welcome and her Voyage, 1682; and The Settle Certificate.

45 1

1682: Other early ships named "Welcome".

45 2

1682: Model of the Ship Welcome; and Robert Greenaway, captain of  The Welcome.

45 3

1682: Welcome Society; the passengers of the Welcome (including a County list showing whence they came in England and Wales); the passengers of the  Welcome whose English origin is unknown; births on board the ship  Welcome; and earlier printed lists of passengers, Welcome Society, 1852, circa 1910-1960.

45 4

1682: Miscellaneous notes about passengers; and Albert Cook Myer's list of the Welcome passengers.

45 5

1682: Alphabetical list of Passengers on board the Welcome, Initials A to G.

45 6-9

1682: Alphabetical list of Passengers on board the Welcome, Initials H to W.

46 1-11

1682: Zachariah Whitpain's plantation.

46 12

1682: Arrival in America, Landing at Newcastle, 1682 October 28.

47 1

1682: Penn at Chester, 1682; and Philadelphia.

47 2

1682: Laetitia House, 1685, circa 1910-1960.

47 3

1682: William Penn and the Ferries.

47 4

1682: Letter of George Heathcote, New York, and etcetera.

47 5

1682: Property Transfers (grants).

47 6

1682: Letter of John Tucker, Whitehall, etcetera.

47 7-8

1682: Letter of George Hutcheson Sheffield and etcetera.

47 9

1682: Treaty with the Indians, 1882, circa 1910-1960.

47 10-11

1682: Benjamin West's Picture of Penn's Treaty with the Indians.

47 12

Miscellaneous Notes and Views of Pennsbury.

48 1-3

"The Scriptore" in Philadelphia.

48 4

Restoration of Pennsbury.

48 5

Pennsbury Brew House.

48 6

William Penn's earmarks of cattle; horses; saddlery and harness; coaches; Smith's Shop; hounds; forestry; and gardening.

48 7

Ralph Smith, gardener.

48 8

James Reid, gardener.

48 9

Hugh Sharp, gardener; William Watson, coachman; and Henry Gibbs, carpenter.

48 10

John Sotcher, steward.

48 11

Mary Lofty, housekeeper (afterwards Mrs. Sotcher); and William Penn's Negroes.

48 12

Miscellaneous and unidentified servants at Pennsbury.

48 13

William Penn's Mill and Miller.

48 14

1683: William Penn in Philadelphia, sales of land.

49 1

1683: Letter of William Haig to William Penn, Dover, 1683 3rd month, 4.

49 2

1683: Letter of Joseph Harris, Schuylkill to William Penn, 1683 3rd month 19.

49 3

1683: Letter of Charles, Lord Baltimore, to William Penn, 1683 May 23; and letter of Thomas Mathews to George Fox, Burlington, 1863 4th month 11.

49 circa 1910-1960

1683: Letter of Thomas Holme, Christopher Taylor and Thomam Wynne to William Penn, Burlington, 1683 4th month 12.

49 5

1683: Letter of William Clark to William Penn, 1863 4th month 21.

49 6

1683: Letter of D. H. Thirahuaer to William Penn, Maryland, 1683 5th month 11.

49 7

1683: Letter of Chr. Raweby to William Penn, Maryland, 1683 July 15.

49 8

1683: Letter of William Haig to William Penn, Tinicum, 1683 6th month 7.

49 9

1683: Letter of Guli Penn to Margaret Fox, Worminghurst, 1683 6th month 21; and letter of William Haig to William Penn, New York, 1683 6th month 29, 1683, circa 1910-1960.

49 10

1683: James Graham's invoice of goods for William Penn, New York.

49 11

1683: Letter of William Haig to William Penn, Albany, 1683 7th month 4.

49 12

1683: Letter of George Heathcoke to William Penn, 1683 9th month 4.

49 13

1683: Letter of Charles, Lord Baltimore to Dick Burek, Mattapany, 1683 December 7.

49 14

1683: Letter of Thomas Rudyard to William Penn, East New Jersey, 1683 December 13.

49 15

1683: Letter of William Clark Lewis to William Penn, 1683 11th month 15.

49 16

1683: Letter of John West to William Penn, New York, 1683 January 28.

49 17

1683: Letter of James Harrison to William Penn, Bux [Bucks], 1683 12th month 23.

49 18

1683: Penn-Baltimore Boundary Dispute.

49 19

1683: William Penn and Rebecca Wood.

50 1

1684: William Penn and Triplena Holloway, etcetera.

50 2

1684: Letter William Welch to William Penn.

50 3

1684: Letter of Lord Howard of Effingham New York to William Penn, 1683 July 1.

50 4

1684: Letter William Welch to William Penn, New Castle, 1684 April 5.

50 5

1684: Letter of Lord Howard of Effingham, New York to William Penn, 1684 July 1.

50 6

1684-1686: Miscellaneous notes.

50 7

William Penn's return to England.

50 8

1684-1685: Ralph Futwell to William Penn, New York, 1684 October, 1684.

50 9

1684-1685: Phillip T. Lehnmann to William Penn, Philadelphia, 1684 September 23, 1684.

50 10

1684-1685: Dr. Nicholas More to William Penn, Green Springs, PA, 1684 December 1.

50 11

1684-1685: Ralph Fretwell to William Penn, New York, 1684 December 15, 1684.

50 12

1684-1685: Samuel Carpenter to William Penn, Philadelphia, 1684 December 25, 1684, circa 1910-1960.

50 13

1684-1685: Ralph Fretwell to William Penn, 1684/5 February 10, 1684 or 1685.

50 14

1684-1685: John Goodson to William Penn, 1684/5 March 6, 1684 or 1685.

50 15

1685: Ralph Fretwell to William Penn, 1685 May 23, 1685.

50 16

1685: Robert Turner to William Penn, 1685 October 31, 1685.

50 17

1684-1686: Letter of Guli Penn to Margaret Fox, Worminghurst, 1684 6th month 24.

50 18

1684-1685: Worthing, Sussex, England.

50 19

1684-1685: Shoreham, Sussex, England.

50 20

1684-1685: 1685.

50 21

1684-1685: 1686.

50 22

1684-1685: Penn called Jesuit.

50 23

1684-1685: William Penn in Holland, circa 1686 July-August.

50 24

1687-1688: 1687.

51 1

1687-1688: Narrative of Daniel Coxe, Governor of West New Jersey, 1687.

51 2

1687-1688: William Penn's Travels with the King, 1687 August.

51 3

1687-1688: Penn's Second Oxford Visit, 1687 September.

51 4-5

1687-1688: Letter of Henry Sidney to William Penn, Augsburgh, 1684 October 19; and Penn and Locke.

51 6

1687: Henry Furnisto to William Penn, 1687 May 8, 1687.

51 7

1687/8: Robert Turner ... John Eckley to William Penn, 1687/8 March 23, 1687 or 1688.

51 8

1687-1688: 1688.

51 9

1687-1688: Letter of Lady Ranelagh to William Penn, 1688 August 4.

51 10

1687-1688: Letter of John Blackwell, Boston, 1688 November 11.

51 11

1689-1695: Miscellaneous notes.

51 12

1689-1695: Letter of Philip Ford to Phineas Pemberton, London, 1689 5th month 24; letter of William Biles to Phineas Pemberton, Massachusetts, 1689 [4th] month 2; and letter of Edward Blackfan to Phineas Pemberton, Deal, England, 1689 4th month 6.

51 13

1688: James Fox to William Penn, 1688 January 3, 1688.

51 14

1689-1695: 1690 Trial of Philip Conway for stealing William Penn's mare, Bucks County, 1689.

51 15

1689-1695: Royal Proclamation against William Penn, et al. 1690 July 14; and letter of William Penn to Lord Nottingham, 1690 5th month 31.

51 16

1689-1695: Royal Proclamation against William Penn, et al, 1690/1 February 5; and Francis Bagg on William Penn.

51 17

1689-1695: Penn in hiding, 1691.

51 18

1689-1695: Letter of G[eorge] W[hitehead], London to Thomas Lloyd and Arthur Cook, Pennsylvania, 1691 7th month 30.

51 19

1689-1695: Letter of William Penn to Lord Nottingham, 1692 4th month 12; and Hoddesdon.

51 20

1689-1695: 1693.

51 21

1689-1695: Letter of Thomas Lloyd to Philip Ford, 1693 2nd month.

51 22

1689-1695: Letter of Thomas Lower to Margaret Fox, 1693/4 11th month 11; and Guli Penn's death.

51 23

1689-1695: 1694.

51 24

1689-1695: Radcliff Meeting 1694/5 12th month (February); Letter of Henry Gauldney to Robert Barclay, London, 1694 12th month 28.

51 25

1689-1695: Robert Turner to William Penn, 1694 August 13, 1694.

51 26

1689-1695: 1695.

51 27

1695-1699: Second marriage, Bristol, 1695.

52 1

1695-1699: Hollister of Bristol.

52 2

1695-1699: Callowhill of Bristol.

52 3

1695-1699: In and about London, 1696.

52 4

1695-1699: Samuel Carpenter to William Penn, 1896 April 26; and Antony Morris et. al. to William Penn, 1696/7 March 22.

52 5

1695-1699: John Gratton to William Penn, 1696 August 2.

52 6

1695-1699: At Bristol, in Sussex, and various places in England, 1697.

52 7

1695-1699: Letter of Lord Powis to William Penn, 1697 October 25.

52 8

1695-1699: PA [Council Assembly] to William Penn, 1697 May 25; and letter from Samuel Carpenter to William Penn, 1697 July 30, 1697.

52 9

1695-1699: Visit to Ireland, 1698.

52 10

1695-1699: Letter from Thomas Fitzwater to William Penn, Philadelphia County, 1698 August 13.

52 11

1695-1699: Letter from Thomas Fitzwater to William Penn, Philadelphia, 1698/9 February 20.

52 12

1695-1699: Thomas Fitzwater to William Penn, 1698 August 13, 1698.

52 13

1695-1699: Samuel Carpenter to William Penn, 1698 November 19, 1698.

52 14

1695-1699: Thomas Fitzwater, 1698/9 February 20, 1698 or 1699.

52 15

1695-1699: William Penn in England, 1699.

52 16

1695-1699: Letter of Thomas Hagward, Sarum, to William Penn, 1699 6th month 3.

52 17

1695-1699: Portsmouth Southhampton Isle of Wight; South Hampton; William Penn at the Isle of Wight, 1699 7th month.

52 18

1699-1700: Voyage of the Canterbury, 1699 August 21-November 28.

53 1

1699-1700: In Philadelphia, 1699-1700 Winter.

53 2

1699-1700: Slate Roof House.

53 3

1699-1700: Letter of Hannah, wife of William Penn, Philadelphia, to Elizabeth Taylor, London, 1700 1st month 6.

53 4

1699-1700: Letter of Thomas Fairman to William Penn, 1700 2nd month 25.

53 5

1699-1700: Letter of Edward Penington, Philadelphia, to Phineas Pemberton, 1700 6th month 16.

53 6

1699-1700: Francis Daniel Pastorious, Some Onomastical Considerations.

53 7

1699-1700: Letter of William Clark, New Castle, to William Penn, 1700 12th month 27.

53 8

1699-1700: Thomas Fitzwater to William Penn, 1700.

53 9

1701-1705: Philadelphia.

53 10

1701-1705: Letter of Godolphin W. Fox and Richard Hill, Whitehall, to William Penn, 1701 March 27.

53 11

1701: William Penn's visit to Susquehanna.

53 12

1701: Letter of John Furnis to James Logan, [circa 1701].

53 13-14

1701-1705: William Penn's return to England in the ship Dalmahoy, December 1701; and London, 1702 January-February.

54 1

1701-1705: Benjamin Israel to William Penn, 1701 October 20.

54 2

1701-1705: In and about London, Letitia married at Thakeham 1702 6th month 20.

54 3

1701-1705: Letter of Samuel Carpenter, Philadelphia, to William Penn, 1702 3rd month 10.

54 4

1701-1705: Letter Thomas Fairman to William Penn, Philadelphia, 1702 May 12.

54 5-6

1701-1705: Thomas Fairman to William Penn, 1702 May 12, 1702.

54 7

1701-1705: John Gratton to William Penn, 1702 June 4, 1702.

54 8

1701-1705: London, Bristol, Sussex, etcetera, 1703.

54 9

1701-1705: Letter from Daniel Defoe to William Penn, 1703 July 12.

54 10

1701-1705: In and about London, 1704.

54 11-12

1701-1705: In and about London, 1705.

54 13-14

1701-1705: Penn-Ford Controversy.

54 15

1706-1709: In and about London, 1706.

55 1

1706-1709: In and about London, 1707.

55 2-3

1706-1709: William Penn in Fleet Prison, 1707-1708; and in and about London "under restraint," 1708.

55 4

1706-1709: 1709.

55 5

1706-1709: Caversham; and views of Caversham, Oxfordshire, England.

55 6

1706-1709: Leatherhead.

55 7

1706-1709: Reading, England.

55 8

1706-1709: The Bear Inn, Reading; and the Cardinal's Hat, Reading.

55 9

1706-1709: Friends Meeting House; and Church Lane, Reading.

55 10

1706-1709: Friends Meeting House, Sun Lane, Reading; Friends Meeting House, London Street, Reading; and Friends Burial Ground, Ortes Fields, Reading.

55 11

1706-1709: Berkshire, England.

55 12

1710-1718: Ruscombe from Spring 1710.

56 1

1710-1718: Ruscombe and travels in the southeast of England, 1710.

56 2

1710-1718: Samuel Carpenter to William Penn, 1710 June 14, 1710.

56 3

1710-1718: Samuel Preston to William Penn, 1710 November 28.

56 4

1710-1718: At Ruscombe and in and about London, 1711.

56 5

1710-1718: Letter from Griffith Owen to William Penn, Philadelphia, 1711 June 24.

56 6

1710-1718: Letter from Robert Asheton to William Penn, Philadelphia, 1711 May 23.

56 7

1710-1718: Letter from John French to William Penn, 1711 April 21.

56 8

1710-1718: Letter from John French to William Penn, 1711.

56 9

1710-1718: 1712 Ruscombe, etcetera; and Paralytic Seizures.

56 10

1710-1718: Letter from William Bradford to William Penn, New York, 1712 December 15.

56 11

1710-1718: Letter from Thomas Greye to William Penn, 1712 May 31.

56 12

1710-1718: Letter from John French to William Penn, 1712 May 13.

56 13

1710-1718: Letter from Peter Evans to [William Penn], 1712 June 23.

56 14

1710-1718: Letter from Mathias Bagger to William Penn, 1712 November 17.

56 15

1710-1718: Letter from John French to William Penn, 1712 November 18.

56 16

1710-1718: Letter from William Bradford Sr. to William Penn, 1712 December 15.

56 17

1710-1718: Ruscombe's health rapidly failing, 1713.

56 18

1710-1718: Ruscombe, 1714.

56 19

1710-1718: Letter from James Steel to William Penn, 1714 June 24, 1714.

56 20

1710-1718: Letter from Sr. Ralph Freke to William Penn, 1714, 1714.

56 21

1710-1718: Ruscombe, 1715.

56 22

1710-1718: Letter from Edward and Mary Bathurst to Hannah Penn, Little Briton, 1715 November 20.

56 23

1710-1718: Ruscombe, 1716; and 1717.

56 24

1710-1718: Letter of Council to William Penn, 1716 April 25.

56 25

1710-1718: Death of William Penn at Ruscombe and burial at Jordans, 1718.

56 26

Jordans: Penn and Jordans, circa 1909-1960.

56 27

Jordans: Memorial to William Penn and Jordans Meeting House; and Penn's Grave, 1853, circa 1909-1960.

56 28

Jordans: Buckingshire, Mayflower Barn, and Jordans.

57 1

Chalfont County, 1896, 1904, circa 1910-1960.

57 2

Penn's Country, Jordan farm.

57 3

Contemporary Testimonies concerning Wm Penn; and William Penn Wills.

57 4

General Biographies of William Penn, circa 1885-1960.

57 5

Miscellaneous Sketches of William Penn, circa 1819-1960.

57 6

The Psychology of William Penn.

57 7

Estimates of William Penn's character.

58 1-2

William Penn in the Hall of Fame; William Penn, horticulturalist; and Fairfax [manuscript].

58 3

Ulmorum Acherons, London, 1682; and Macaulay and William Penn.

58 4

Vindication of William Penn by Granville John Penn, 1864.

58 5

Anecdotes of William Penn; and William Penn in the drama.

58 6

Cotton Mather hoax letter; and the Hat Incident of Charles II and William Penn.

58 7

William Penn's wigs, etcetera.

58 8

William Penn's Coat of Arms and Seal, circa 1908-1960.

58 9

Horoscope; wines.

58 10

William Penn's bookplate.

58 11

William Penn's library.

58 12

List of books inscribed by Penn in his own hand.

58 13

Author list of books in William Penn's library.

58 14

Title list of books in William Penn's library; and miscellaneous.

58 15

William Penn's London haunts, 1907, circa 1910-1960.

58 16

Pennsylvania lands of William Penn and his children; and Escheats, undated, 1870, 1887, circa 1910-1960.

58 17

Penn Relics.

59 1-2

Penn portraits.

59 3

View of the English and Dutch Navel engagement of 1653, from the Pennsylvania Castle engraving.

59 4

Portrait of William Penn in Armour, from the painting owned by Colonel William Dugard Stuart.

59 5

Portrait of William Penn in Armour, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting.

59 6

Portrait of William Penn in Armour, from the painting owned by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

59 7

Penn Portraits.

59 8-14

Penn's friends photographs.

60 1

Francis Plaice Penn Portraits.

60 2

Statue of William Penn at Pennsylvania Hospital; John Penn, The Quaker ... Portraits; A Salutation; and William Penn's Costume.

60 3

Penn Indian Treaty Belts of Wampum from Pennsylvania Castle; and Portrait of Hannah Penn, second wife of William Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting.

60 4

Portrait of John Penn, the American, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting; and Portrait of Thomas Penn, from the painting owned by the Earl of Ranfurly.

60 5

Portrait of Thomas Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle Mezzotint; and Portrait of Lady Julianna Penn, wife of Thomas Penn, from the painting owned by the Earl of Ranfurly.

60 6

Portrait of Lady Juliana Penn, wife of Thomas Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle Drawing by F. Cotes, R.A.; Portrait of Lady Juliana Penn, wife of Thomas Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting by Catherine Read; Inscription to Lady Juliana Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle Manuscript; Portrait of Thomas Fermor, Earl of Fermor, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting.

60 7

Portrait of Richard Penn from the Pennsylvania Castle painting; Portrait of Hannah (Lardmer) Penn, wife of Richard Penn; Portrait of children of Thomas Penn by Sir Joshua Reynolds; Portrait of Margaret Penn, daughter of William Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting.

60 8

Portrait of John Penn, son of Thomas, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting; Portrait of Granville John Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting; Portrait of Granville Penn, son of Thomas Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting; and Portrait of John Penn, son of Thomas Penn, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting by Sir William Beechey R.A.

60 9

Bust of John Penn, son of Thomas, by Deare, from the Pennsylvania Castle collection; View of Stake Park from the Pennsylvania Castle painting by De Cort; and Pencil sketch of Granville Penn, son of Thomas.

60 10

Portrait of Thomas Dawson, First Viscount Cremorne, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting; Portrait of the Honorable Henrietta Ann Dawson, daughter of the first Viscount Cremorne, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting; Portrait of the Honorable Juliana Francis Ann Dawson, daughter of the first Viscount Cremorne, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting; Portrait of Richard Dawson, son of the first Viscount Cremorne, from the Pennsylvania Castle painting.

60 11

Portrait of Mrs. William Stuart, daughter of Thomas Penn, painting owned by a descendent of the Earl of Ranfurly; the Honorable Sophia Margaret Stuart, daughter of Thomas Penn, from the painting owned by Colonel William Dugold Stuart; Silhouette of Honorable Sophia Margaret Penn; Portrait of Northland House, home of Earl of Ranfurly; and Portrait of William Penn's old servant from the Pennsylvania Castle painting.

60 12

Penn-Allen portraits, London; Portraits of Governor John Penn, son of Richard; and Portraits of Mrs. John Penn, daughter of William Allen.

60 13

Photographs of Silverware; and photographs of Penn family from the Frick Art Gallery.

60 14

Hannah Penn and chronology of the Penn family during her widowhood, 1718-1726 July 30.

60 15

William Penn's children and their descendents, general genealogical notes.

60 16

William Penn (1680-1720), son of William, the founder of Pennsylvania.

60 17

Gulielma Maria Penn, daughter of William, Junior, and granddaughter of the founder (1699-1740).

60 18

Springett Penn, son of William, Junior, and grandson of the founder (1700-1 to 1736).

60 19

William Penn, son of William, Junior, and grandson of the founder (1703-1747).

60 20

Penn Gaskell.

61 1

Fairly Complete Pedigree of Penn Gaskell; Penn Gaskell Hall; Penn Gaskell Skillern; and Penn Gaskell, only, etcetera.

61 2

Thomas Penn Gaskell (1762-1823).

61 3

Peter Penn-Gaskell (1764-1831) of Philadelphia; and Thomas Penn Gaskell (1796-1846).

61 4

Peter Penn-Gaskell (1803-1866).

61 5

Penn-Gaskell Hall branch.

61 6

Penn-Gaskell McGrann; and Penn-Gaskell Skillern branch.

61 7

William Penn Gaskell of London (1769-1842).

61 8

Elizabeth Penn Gaskell (1806-1 ); William Penn Gaskell (1808-1881); and William (1839-1886).

61 9

Thomas (b. 1841).

61 10

Three children of Thomas and Ada Penn Gaskell: Wallis William (1879-1915), Harold (b. 1884), and Ada Phyllis; Jane Penn Gaskell (b. 1843); and Alexander Barclay, Penn Gaskell (b. 1845).

61 11

Leslie Da Costa Penn Gaskell; Captain William Penn Gaskell; and Gulielma Maria Penn Bowen (b. 1847).

61 12

Elizabeth (b. 1849); Mary (1851-1885); Frederick Octavious (1853-1890); and Alfred (b. 1855).

61 13

George Edward (b. 1857).

61 14

Jane Penn Gaskell (1771-1844); other Gaskells.

61 15

Springett Penn (1675-1696), son of the founder.

62 1

Durdin.

62 2-3

Letitia Aubrey (1678-1746), daughter of the founder.

62 4

Letters of Letitia to her brother Thomas Penn.

62 5

John Penn (1699-1746), the American, son of William and Hannah.

62 6

Thomas Penn (1702-1775).

62 7

Thomas Penn and the University of Pennsylvania; Lady Jenks; William Penn, son of Thomas (1752-17253); Juliana Penn, daughter of Thomas (1753-1772); William Penn, son of Thomas (b. 1754); Thomas Penn, son of Thomas (1755-1757).

62 8

Louisa Hannah Penn, daughter of Thomas (b. 1756); William Penn [twin of Louisa Hannah] (1756-1760); John Penn, son of Thomas, (1760-1834).

62 9

Granville Penn, son of Thomas; and correspondence of Granville Penn with William Granville, 1805-1838.

62 10

Sophia Margaret Penn, daughter of Thomas (b. 1764); Forbes family; Granville John Penn (1803-1867).

62 11

Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire.

62 12

Stokes Park.

62 13

Miscellaneous - Pennsylvania Castle.

63 1

Pennsylvania Castle, 1891, 1989, circa 1910-1960.

63 2-6

Stuart Family.

63 7

Ranfurly.

63 8

Correspondence with Lord Ranfurly, 1915 Spring.

63 9

Alexander family; Richard Penn (1705/6-1771), son of the founder.

63 10

Richard Penn.

63 11

John Penn, son of Richard (1728-1795).

63 12

Richard Penn, second son of Richard, (1736-1811).

63 13

Freame; and Viscountess Cremorne.

63 14

Other Penns.

63 15

Itinerary and Chronology of William Penn.

Box

1644-1718 (Volumes CX, CXI, CXII, and CXIII).

78-79

Others.

Box Folder

Penn's lawyers and agents.

77 1

Penn's secretaries and stewards: Philip Ford (Volume CXIV, 1-132).

80 1-5

Penn's secretaries and stewards: Tobius Ludwig Kolhasius; John South; and Robert Webb (Volume CXIV, 212-242).

80 9

Penn's secretaries and stewards: Richard Stevens; William Lickford; John Jefferys (Volume CXIV, 243-270).

80 10

Penn's secretaries and stewards: Address to Provincial Council; William Penn's Physicians: Dr. Mathews and Dr. Waldern; and Agent: James Neville (Volume CXIV, 271-292).

80 11

Penn's secretaries and stewards: James Logan: Miscellaneous (Volume CXIV A, 1-42).

80 12-13

Penn's secretaries and stewards: James Logan: Ancestry, Maternal (Volume CXIV A, 43-62).

80 14

Penn's secretaries and stewards: James Logan: Manuscripts (Volume CXIV A, 63-89).

80 15

Penn's secretaries and stewards: Patrick Logan (Volume CXIV A, 90-105).

80 16

Penn's secretaries and stewards: James Logan: Stenton House (Volume CXIV A, 106-130), circa 1902-1960.

80 17

Penn's secretaries and stewards: James Logan (Volume CXIV AI, 1-175).

81 1-7

Penn's secretaries and stewards: Mark Swanner (Marcus Schwaner) (Volume CXIV B, 1-147).

81 8-13

Penn's secretaries and stewards: Mark Swanner (Marcus Schwaner): Curious Occurance of a Quaker in Zittau, Volume CXIV BI, 1-163 (parts 1-5).

82 1-5

Robert Barclay: Biographical notes.

84 10-18

John Fenwick: Major John Fenwick, Proprietor of West New Jersey; Neville; Stanton, Northumberland; and London.

82 6

John Fenwick: Covert (family of).

82 7

John Fenwick: Burdett; Betchworth, Surrey; and Brockhham, Surrey.

82 8

John Fenwick: Dorking, Surrey; Wotton, Surrey; and Worminghurst, Sussex.

82 9

John Fenwick: Bray, Berkshire.

82 10

John Fenwick: Binfield, Berkshire; and Marten.

82 11

John Fenwick: Rogers.

82 12

John Fenwick: Lady Mary Rogers; Ashefield; Denton; and George Fenwick.

82 13

John Fenwick: Biographical Notes on Fenwick.

83 1-11

Benjamin Furly: Bibliotheca Furliana; Biographies; and Chronology (first part).

84 5

Benjamin Furly: Chronology (second part).

84 6

Thomas Gilpin: Biographical Notes.

85 1-2

Thomas Gilpin: Views of Wallingford, Berkshire, England; and views of Shillingford, Oxfordshire, England.

85 3

Thomas Gilpin: Views of Warborough.

85 4

Thomas Gilpin: Joseph Gilpin; and views of Dorchester, Oxfordshire, England.

85 5

George Keith: Biographies.

84 7

George Keith: Elizabeth Keith née Johnson.

84 8

George Keith: Writings of George Keith; and Edburton, Sussex.

84 9

Lamboll [Lamball] family: Biographical Notes.

85.5

Thomas Rudyard: Pedigree; Bibliography; and Rudyard, Staffordshire.

84 1

Thomas Rudyard: Leek, Staffordshire.

84 2

Thomas Rudyard.

84 3

Thomas Rudyard: Later Rudyards; and Benjamin Furly.