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Calling Deputy Governor Markham to Run the Dividing Line Between Pennsylvania and Maryland

JAMES SANDELANDS and ROBERT WADE, Manuscript Document Signed. To William Markham. “Upland” [Chester, Pa.]. June 12, 1682. 1 page. Offered with #21752, described below.


“… there are ffour Comissionrs who by the order & command of ye said Lord [Baltimore], have beene & are waiting … ever since ye tenth day instant, for ye Running ye Division Lyne…”

Item #21621, $38,000

William Penn Sells Land in Pennsylvania to English Yeoman in 1681

WILLIAM PENN, Manuscript Document Signed, Deed to Thomas Herriot, September 11, 1681, Warminghurst, West Sussex, England. 1 p., 8¼ x 12 in.


William Penn deeds 2,500 acres of land in Pennsylvania to English yeoman Thomas Herriot in September 1681 for £50. A year later, Herriot accompanied Penn on the Welcome, bound for Pennsylvania but died on the voyage.

Item #27208, $7,500

Benjamin Franklin Responds to the Grievances of the Paxton Boys in the Wake of Their Violent Attacks During the 1763 Conestoga Massacre

Benjamin Franklin, Manuscript Document Signed, as Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly. An Act for granting to His Majesty the sum of Fifty five Thousand Pounds, and for striking the same in Bills of Credit in the Manner herein after directed, and for providing a Fund for sinking the said Bills of Credit by a Tax on all Estates real and personal and Taxables within this Province. May 30, 1764, Philadelphia. Also signed by JOHN PENN, as Governor of Pennsylvania. 83 pp., 8¼ x 12¾ in. , 0/0/0.


Whereas many barbarous invasions have been made upon several of His Majesty’s Colonies in America, and on the Frontiers of this Province in particular, by divers Parties of the Northern and Western Indians, whereby a great number of the Inhabitants have been driven from their Habitations, many perfidiously murdered and the most cruel Devastations committed in manifest Violation of the most solemn Treaties of Peace lately concluded between our most gracious Sovereign and the said Indians. And whereas His Majesty’s Commander in Chief in North America has thought it necessary, for repelling and preventing the Incursions of the said Indians, to set on Foot certain offensive Operations, to be prosecuted and carried on by His Majesty’s regular forces, in Conjunction with such as should be required of and raised by the several Colonies, Therefore, We, the Representatives of the People of this Province, desirous of complying in the fullest Manner, with the Requisition made of them by His Majesty’s said Commander in Chief, and of cooperating with such offensive Measures as shall be judged necessary for reducing the said Indians and securing the future Peace and Quiet of the Colonies aforesaid, do pray that it may be enacted and be it enacted...That the sum of Fifty five Thousand Pounds in Bills of Credit, to be struck by Virtue of this Act in the Manner herein after mentioned, shall be given to the King’s use.

Item #26253, $37,500
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