The royal charter of King Charles the Second to William Penn, esquire, proprietor of the province of Pennsylvania, 1701: Frame of the government of the province of Pennsylvania in America: The Charter of privileges granted by William Penn esquire to the inhabitants of Pennsylvania and territories: The Charter of the city of Philadelphia

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About this Item

Language
English
Origin
England
Description
41 p. ; 37 cm.
Date
1701
Repository
Harvard Law School Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Identifier
colonialnorthamerica.library.harvard.edu/003266022_HLS.LIBR:17369244

Content Notes

A copy of the charter giving William Penn land in the colonies. Also contains Penn's "Frame of the Government of Pennsylvania in America", the laws he established, and the charter of the city of Philadelphia.