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40th degree ABST agreement of 1732 America appointed April Arch Balti Baltimore's boundary line Calvert Papers Cape Henlopen Cecilius Calvert Chancery Charles charter claims Colonel Colonial Hist Colonial Papers commission Copy Creek Delaware Bay Delaware River dispute Dixon line Duke of York Dutch east English Governor Ogle Governor Sharpe grant History Indians James Logan John John Penn July June King land latitude Letter Lord Baltimore marked Maryland and Pennsylvania Mason and Dixon meridian Middle Point Milestone mound Newcastle Note ORIG original patent Penn MSS Penn Papers Penn's Pennsylvania and Maryland Pennsylvania Commissioners petition Phila Philadelphia proprietors Province Province of Maryland Rept resurvey Ridge Sept settlement Stone monument surveyors Susquehanna tangent line temporary line territory Thomas Thomas Penn Three Lower Counties Trade and Plantations Virginia west line William Penn
Seite 208 - ... a tract of land in America lying north of Maryland, on the east bounded with Delaware River, on the west limited as Maryland, and northward to extend as far as plantable.
Seite 104 - Petition be sent unto Sir John Werden, in behalf of his Royal Highness; and unto the agents of the Lord Baltimore, to the end they may report how far the pretensions of Mr, Penn may consist with the boundaries of Maryland, or the Duke's propriety of New York, and his possessions in those parts.
Seite 344 - Message from the Governor of Pennsylvania, transmitting the Reports of the Joint Commissioners, and of Col. Graham, US Engineers, in Relation to the Boundary Lines between the States of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland.
Seite 196 - Addressed to the High and Mighty Lords States General of the United Netherlands on the 28th July, 1649, with Secretary Van Tienhoven's Answer.
Seite 122 - Lordships humbly offered their opinion, that for avoiding further differences, the tract of land lying between the river and the eastern sea, on the one side, and Chesapeake Bay on the other, be divided into equal parts, by a line from the latitude of Cape Henlopen to the 40th degree of northern latitude...
Seite 279 - THOMAS PENN and RICHARD PENN, true and absolute proprietaries and governors in chief of the province of Pennsylvania and counties of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware...
Seite 335 - Hening's Statutes of Virginia, v. x, pp. 535-536. Cf. Hist. Allegheny Co., p. 73. ABST. Authorizes the governor to appoint two commissioners for extending the Mason and Dixon line. Sept. 23. Resolutions. Pennsylvania General Assembly. Ratifying the conditions annexed by the legislature of Virginia to the ratification of the boundary line as to allegiance and property rights. PUB. Pa. House of Rep., Journal, 1780, p. 519. Pa. Arch., ser. 2, v. 8, p. 570. Pa. Rept. Sec. Int. Aff. "Boundaries,
Seite 61 - At 231.20, cross'da War Path. 231.71, cross'd Dunkard Creek. 232.43, cross'd Do., a second time. 232.74 cross'd Do., a third time. This day the Chief of the Indians which joyn'd us the 16th of July, inform'd us that the above mention'd War Path, was the extent of his commission from the Chiefs of the Six Nations that he should go with us with the Line, and that he would not proceed one step farther.
Seite 333 - Co., p. 72. ABST. For a serpentine west boundary. Paraliel to bends of Delaware river. 1778. New map of the Western part of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina. By Thos. Hutchins, engraved by T. Cheevers, Lond. 1778. 1 in.=20 miles. 43 x 35 inches. Accompanying his "Topographical description of Virginia