John Hopkins Press, 1908
CONTENTS.--Vol. I (1897)--Vol. II (1898)--Vol. III (1899)--Vol. IV (1902)--Vol. V (1905)--Vol. VI (1906)--Vol. VII (1908)--Vol. VIII (1909)--Vol. IX (1911)--Vol. X (1918)--Vol. XI (1922)--Vol. XII (1928)--Vol. XIII (1937)--Vol. 14 (1941)
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ABST according agreed agreement America answer appointed Arch Asks authority Baltimore's boundary boundary line Calvert Papers Chancery Charles charter claims Colonial Commission Commissioners conference Copy Council County Creek Delaware direction distance Dixon line Duke Dutch east English field give given Governor grant Hist Indians instructions James John July June King land latitude Letter limits Lord Baltimore marked Maryland Mason and Dixon measure meeting Mile Post Milestone Minutes monument mound Mountain Newcastle Note observations Ogle ORIG original parallel Penn MSS Penn's Pennsylvania petition possession present Proceedings proposed proprietors Province question Records Refers regarding Ridge River road Sept settled settlement Sharpe showing side Stone monument survey surveyors territory Thomas Trade true Virginia western William Penn York
Seite 302 - Quarter of a mile South of the Latitude of the most Southern Part of the City of Philadelphia...
Seite 239 - Hi, p. 354. Hazard. Annais Pa., pp. 483-484, Pa. Votes of Assembly, v. 1. ABST. Mr. Penn's petition for a grant does not intrench upon Lord Baitimore's province which is bounded . . . northward, by that part of Delaware river that lyeth in the 40th degree of latitude, and so by a direct line westward through the continent.
Seite 40 - ... place, of intersection of the due north line and said curve, being the point of intersection of the three States; and 4th. The north end of the aforesaid due north line, or intersection of said line, with the east and west line of Mason and Dixon, being "a parallel of latitude fifteen English statute miles south of the most southern part of the city of Philadelphia," and the boundary of Pennsylvania and Maryland on the north.
Seite 19 - ... the possession of the Pennsylvania Historical Society and the Maryland Historical Society and such scattered papers, maps, etc., as are found in the Congressional Library, the libraries of the US Department of State and War, the US Coast and Geodetic Survey and the prominent libraries in the cities of the eastern States. Mr. Burchard when librarian of the Survey was detailed to this study in 1898 through the courtesy of the Superintendent of the US Coast and Geodetic Survey and much work was...
Seite 302 - To the Right Honorable the Lords of the Committee of His Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council for Plantation Affairs. My Lords, Your Lordships having been pleased by your Order of the...
Seite 146 - 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 363 - Boundaries," 1887. pp. 292-293. 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....
Seite 60 - River for fear of the Shawanes and Delaware Indians. But we prevailed upon 15 Ax Men to proceed with us; and with them we continued the Line Westward.