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PENNSYLVANIA. Collection of the Penal Laws of the Commonwealth. 8vo., pp. 56.

Phil., 1794 Laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, from the 14th day of October, 1700, to the ad day of October, 1790. Republished under the authority of the Legislature, by Alexander James Dallas. 'Folio. " Vol. I., 1797. Vol. II., 1793. Phil.

Same, continued to 6th April, 1802. Republished by M. Carey and J. Bioren. 6 vols., 8vo.

Harrisburg, 1803. Same. Seffion Laws, 1804-'16. 8 vols., 8vo.

Harrisburg, 1804-16. Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Province of Pennsylvania, 1682–1776. 6 vols. Folio.

Phil., 1752-76. - Journals of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth

of Pennfylvania. Beginning the 28th day of November, 1776, and ending the ad day of October, 1781. With the Proceedings of the several Committees and Conventions, before and at the commencement of the American Revolution. Volume the First. Folio.

Phil., 1782. Minutes of the Convention of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 20th November, 1787, for the purpose of taking into consideration the Conftitution framed by the late Federal Convention for the United States of America. Folio.

Phil., 1787. Minutes of the Convention of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which commenced at Philadelphia, on Tuesday, the 24th day of November, 1789, for the purpose of Reviewing, and, if they see occasion, Altering and Amending, the Constitution of this State. Folio.

Phil., 1789 A Brief State of the Province of, etc., in a Letter from a Gentleman who has resided many years in Pennsylvania to his friend in London. Second Edition. 8vo., pp. 45.

Lond., 1755. A Brief History of the Charitable Scheme, for Instructing Poor Germans in the Province. 4to., pp. 18.

Phil., 1755. Etat Present de la Pensilvanic. Ou l'on trouve le detail de ce qui s'y est passe depuis la defaite du General Braddock jusqu'a la prize d'Oswego avec une Carte particuliere de cette Colonie. Small 8vo.

1756. Brief View of the Conduct of the Province of Pennsylvania for the year 1755. [Imperfect.] 8vo.

A True and Impartial State of the Province of, etc. Being an Answer to the Pamphlets entitled a Brief State, and a Brief View, etc., of the Conduct of Pennsylvania. 8vo.

Phil., 1759 An Historical Review of the Constitution and Government of Pennsylvania from its origin, so far as regards the several points of controversy, which have from time to time arisen between the several Governors of that Province and their several Assemblies, founded on authentic documents. 8vo.

Lond., 1759.

PENNSYLVANIA. A Narrative of the late Massacres in Lancaster County

of a number of Indians, etc. 8vo., pp. 31. [Phil.), 1764

A Declaration and Remonftrance of the distressed and bleeding Frontier Inhabitants of the Province of, etc. 8vo., pp. 18.

[Phil.], 1764Dialogue concerning fome Reflections on the late Declaration and Remonstrance of the Back Inhabitants of the Province of, etc. 8vo., pp. 16.

Phil., 1764. An Historical Account of the late Disturbance between the Inhabitants of the Back Settlements of the Province of, and the Philadelphians, etc. 8vo., pp. 8.

Phil., [1764] An Address to the Freeholders and Inhabitants of the Province of. In answer to a paper called “the Plain Dealer.” 12mo.

Phil., 1764The Universal Peace-Maker; or, Modern Author's Instructor. By Philantropos. 8vo., pp. 15.

Phila., 1764. - Letters and Papers relating chiefly to the Provincial History of Pennsylvania. With some notices of the Writers. 12mo.

Phil., 1855. Examination of the Connecticut Claim to Lands in the Province of Pennsylvania. With an Appendix. 8vo., pp. 94. Appendix, 32. Report of the Commissioners appointed by the General Afrembly of this Colony [Conn.] to treat with the Proprietaries of, respecting the Boundaries of this Colony and that Province. 8vo.

Norwich, 1774 ARCHIVES. Selected and arranged . . . by Samuel Hazard. 12 vols., 8vo.

Phil., 1852-'56. COLONIAL RECORDS. Minutes of the Provincial Council, etc. 3 vols., 8vo.

Harrisburg, 1838-40. Same. 16 vols., 8vo.

Phil., Harrisburg, 1852–53.
COMMONWEALTH.

The Constitution of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, as established by the General Convention elected
for that purpose, and held at Phila., July 15th, 1776.
A View of the Debts and Expenses of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, and of the funds and revenues of the fame. 4to.,

Phil., 1774

pp. 22.

AGRICULTURE. Plan for Encouraging Agriculture, etc.

pp. 11.

Assembly. Proceedings and Debates of the General Assembly.
Taken in short hand by Thomas Lloyd. Vol. I., 8vo.

Phil., 1787. CONVENTION. Debates of the Convention (on the Federal Conftitution). Vol. I. Taken in short hand by Thomas Lloyd. 8yo.

Phil., 1788. ACTS AND Laws. An Act for establishing a Health Office in Philadelphia, etc. 8vo., pp. 29.

Phil., 1803 Supplement to the above.

8vo., PP. 5.

Phil., 1804.

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PENNSYLVANIA. Considerations upon the present Test Law of, addressed to the Legislature and Freemen of the State.

12mo., Pp. 23.

Phil., 1784. Experience the Test of Governments ; in Eighteen Essays, written during the years 1805 and 1806, on the Constitution and Laws of. 8vo.

Phil., 1807. The True Policy of the State of, regarding the Land of her Citizens. By one of the People. 8vo.

1818. Prisons. Eastern State Penitentiary. Eighteenth Annual Report of the Inspectors. 8vo., pp. 80.

Phil., 1847. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Board of Comptrollers of Public Schools of the First School District of. By-laws.

1844. Public Works. Report of the Select Committee appointed to confer with the Authorities of New York ... Mr. Penrose, Chairman. Read in Senate, May 5th, 1839. 8vo.

Harrisburg, 1839. Hall. History of .. etc. Plates. 8vo. Phil., 1838. HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoirs. Vols. I. (1826)-II. (1827–30)III. (1834–36)-IV. (1840-50)-V. (1855)-VI. (1858). 8vo. The Bulletin'. . . Vol. I. 1845-47. 8vo. Phil., 1848.

Catalogue of the Library ... Part I. History, Biography, and MSS. 8vo., pp. 36.

Phil., 1849. Collections... Nos. I. (May, 1851) to VI. (Nov. 1853). Vol. I. 8vo.

Phil., 1853. See Pettit-Penington—Tyfon-Reed-Duane-Kane-Armstrong-Mayer--Conrad-Latrobe.

Hospital. Some Account of ... its origin, objects and present state. 8vo.

Phil., 1831. HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. Reports of the, for 1846. By Thomas S. Kirkbride, M.D. 8vo., pp. 36.

Phil., 1847 INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. Annual Reports for 1839-'43-44-46 and '47. 8vo.

Phil., 1847 MAGAZINE ; or, American Monthly Museum. Jan. 1775, to July 1776. 2 vols., 8vo.

8vo. Robert Aitken. Phil. [Thomas Paine was a principal contributor.]

PENITENTIARY. See Penitentiary Discipline.
RAILROAD COMPANY. Reports of the Joint Special Committee,
appointed by the Select and Common Councils of Philadelphia
relative to the Pennsylvania Railroad Co. July 2d, 1846. 8vo.

Society for Promotion of Public Economy. Report of the Li-
brary Committee of the. 8vo.

Phil., 1817. SOCIETY for the Promotion of National Industry to the Citizens of the United States. No. 1o. 8vo. Phil., June 18, 1819. Address of the. Fifth Edition.

Phil., 1820. [PERCIVAL, THOMAS.) An Account of a new and cheap method of

Preparing Pot Athes, with Observations. 4to., pp. 7. Percy ANECDOTES (The). Revised Edition, with a valuable Collection

of American Anecdotes. Portraits. 2 vols., 8vo. 1832.

Izmo.

PERFECTIONISTS. The Resolutions and Circular Address of the Con

vention of Perfectionists, held at New York and New Jersey, May 12th, 1842. 8vo.

Putney, (Vermont). Perizonius, Jac. Origines Babylonicæ et Ægyptiacæ. Tomus Í. 8vo.

Lugd. Batav., 1711. Perkins, BENJAMIN DOUGLAS. The Influence of Metallic Tractors on

the Human Body, etc., lately discovered by Dr. Perkins, of North America, etc. 8vo.

Lond., 1798. Perkins, CYRUS. Eulogy on the Hon. William H. Woodward, etc. 8vo.

Hanover, 1818. Perkins, ELISHA. Evidences of the Efficacy of Dr. Perkins' Patent Metallic Instruments. 8vo.

New London, 1797. Perkins, Joseph. An Oration upon Genius, pronounced at the Anni

versary Commencement of Harvard University, July 19, 1797. 12mo.

Boston, 1797 Perkins, Nathan. Discourse delivered O&tober noch, 1810, at the

Ordination of the Rev. Nathan Perkins, Jr., Amherst, Mass. 8vo.

Northampton, 1810. Perkins, Samuel. A History of the Political and Military Events of the late War between the United States and Great Britain. 8vo.

New Haven, 1825. Historical Sketches of the United States, from the Peace of 1815 to 1830. 1 2mo.

N. Y., 1830. Perley, JEREMIAH. The Debates and other proceedings of the Con

vention of Delegates, Portland, October 11th and 29th, 1819, for the purpose of Forming a Constitution for the State of Maine, etc. 8vo.

Portland, 1820. Pernety, Antoine J. Dissertation sur l'Amerique et les Americains,

contre les Recherches Philosophiques de M. de P*** Small 8vo.

Berlin, 1764. Journal Historique d'un voyage fait aux Iles Malouines en 1763 et 1764, etc., et de deux Voyages au Detroit de Magellan, avec une Relation sur les Patagons. Tomes 2.

Berlin, 1769. Same, etc. From the French. Second Edition. 4to.

Lond., 1773 Pernicious CONSEQUENCES of the Clergy's Intermeddling with Affairs of State, etc. 8vo., PP. 39

Lond. PERON, FRANCOIS. Voyage de Decouvertes aux Terres Australes, pen

dant les annees 1800-'04, etc. Vol. I., 4to. 1807. PEROUSE, J. F. G. DE LA. See Milet-Mureau-Labillardiere. Perreau, ROBERT, Daniel Perreau, and MARGARET CAROLINE

· Rudd. The whole Trials at large, for divers Forgeries, with an Account of the Execution of the two Perreaus, etc. 8vo.,

1776. [Perrinchief, RICHARD.) The Sicilian Tyrant; or, the Life of

Agathocles in allufion to Cromwell). 8vo. Lond., 1676. Perry, Charles. View of the Levant, particularly of Constantino

ple, Syria, Egypt, and Greece. Folio.

pp. 102.

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PERRY, JOSEPH. Discourse occasioned by the Death of the Hon. Roger Wolcott, Esq., Governor of Conn., etc. 8vo.

Hartford (1767) PERSONEL, FRANCIS BURDETT. An authentic and particular Account of

the Life of Francis Burdett Personel. Written by himself. (Executed at New York, September 10th, 1773, for the Murder of

Robert White.) 12mo. PERTH-AMBOY. An Act for Incorporating the Free Port of, passed at Trenton, December 21st, 1784. 8vo.

Trenton, 1785. PERU. Idea del, etc. (Title gone.)

[1793.] PERUANO VERDADERO. Tome I. 4to.

Lima, 1813 PESTILENTIAL Disease in New York, 1798. Report of the Medical Committee. 8vo., pp. 47:

N. Y., 1799. Petavius, Dionisius. The History of the World; or, an Account

of Time. Together with a Geographical Description of Europe, Asia and America. Folio.

Lond., 1659. PETER I., EMPEROR OF Russia. History of his Life, etc. Folio.

Lond., 1739 PETERS, ABSALOM. Sermon at Bennington, Vermont, on the Lord's

Day, September 29th, 1822. 8vo., pp. 21. Bennington, 1822.

Sermon in Pittsfield, Mass., at the Installation of the Rev. Rufus William Bailey, April 15th, 1824. 8vo.

Pittsfield. The Home Missionary, and American Pastors' Journal. 18 vols., 8vo.

1829-'46. Peters, Hugh. Historical and Critical Account of, after the manner of Mr. Bayle. 4to.

Lond., 1818. PETERS, RICHARD. Notices for a Young Farmer, particularly one on

Worn Land. 8vo.

A Discourse on Agriculture, delivered before the Philadelphia

Society for the Promotion of Agriculture. 8vo. Phil., 1816. [PETERS, RICHARD, Jr.] Admiralty Decisions in the District Court of the United States for the Pennsylvania District, etc.

2 vols., 8vo.

Phil., 1807. PETERS, SAMUEL. A History of the Rev. Hugh Peters, A. M., etc. With an Appendix. 8vo.

N. Y., 1807. [-] A General History of Connecticut, from its First Settlement

under George Fenwick to its latest period of Amity with Great Britain, etc. By a Gent. of the Province. Second Edition. 8vo.

Lond., 1782. --]. Same, including a Description of the Country, etc. Reprint,

with a Supplement. Engravings. 12mo. New Haven, 1829. Petit Censeur (Le). Semaine Critique, and Litteraire Francaise and

Anglaise. From 19th Sept. to 5th Dec., 1805. 12 Nos. in 1

vol. 8vo. Petit-RADEL, PH. Pyretologie Medicale, ou Expose methodique du

plus grand nombre des Fievres continues, remittentes et intermittentes . . . etc. 8vo.

Paris, 1812.

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