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 attempts authority Baltimore's Book boundary bounds Calvert Papers Cape Chancery Charles charter claim Colonial Hist Commission commissioners Committee conference Copy Council County Delaware determined Dixon line Duke Dutch east England English extended give Governor grant Indians instructions James John July June King land latitude Letter limits Lord Baltimore marked Markham Maryland Mason and Dixon meeting Mile Post Minutes monument Newcastle Note observations Ogle ORIG original patent Penn MSS Penn's Pennsylvania petition Plantations possession present Proceedings proposed proprietors Province question Records Refers regarding relating River Says Sept settled settlement Sharpe showing side stone survey surveyors territory Thomas Trade Virginia William Penn York
Seite 194 - River Delaware, for the southern boundary of Pennsylvania, and that a meridian drawn from the western boundary thereof to the northern limit of the same State be the western boundary of Pennsylvania forever" was signed on 31 of August, 1779.
Seite 126 - Majesty shall be in a better condition to satisfy it: upon the whole matter, it is ordered, that copies of his 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 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 236 - ... 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 177 - Cape Henlopen ought to be deemed and taken to be situated at the place where the same is laid down and described in the map or plan annexed to the said articles to be situated, and therefore his lordship doth further order and decree that the said articles be carried into execution accordingly,
Seite 217 - Baitemore's plantation in Mary-Land; being an extract of certaine letters written from thence by some of the adventurers to their frlends in England.
Seite 311 - 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 222 - 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 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...