Pennsylvania Politics and the Growth of Democracy: 1740- 1776

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I. Historical Society of Pennyslvania: Etting Collections; Norris Papers and Letter Books; Pemberton Papers; Pemberton Papers, Clifford Correspondence; Penn Manuscripts (Official Correspondence, Indian Affairs, Additional Miscellaneous Letters, Penn-Hamilton Correspondence, Correspondence of Thomas Penn, Richard Penn and James Hamilton); Peters Manuscripts and Letter Books; Shippen Papers; Weiser Manuscripts.
II. Other manuscripts used at the Historical Society of Pennyslvania: James Allen's Diary, 1777; Autograph Collection (Selected Manuscripts); Balch Papers (Shippen and Swift); Balch Papers (Shippen); Berks and Montgomery counties, Miscellaneous Manuscripts; Board of Trade Transcripts: Papers and Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations; Bradford's Register, 1776; Chester County, Miscellaneous Papers; Samuel Coates Letter Book; Franklin Papers, Hazard Family Papers; Hughes Manuscripts (Miscellaneous Papers); Lamberton Scotch Irish Collection; Thomas Lawrence Letter Book; Logan Papers; McKean Papers; Christopher Marshall's Letter Book and Diaries; Daniel Roberdeau's Letter Book; John Smith Correspondence; Wayne Manuscripts; Thomas Wharton's Letter Book.
III. Library of Congress: Franklin Papers; Minutes of the Committee of Safety, Lancaster County; Pennyslvania Miscellany; Charles Thomson Papers; Letters of Thomas and Richard Penn; Photostats of Franklin Papers in J. P. Morgan Library; George Bryan, Memoranda of Events, 1764.
IV. Collections in other libraries: American Philosophical Society: Bache Collection (Franklin Papers); Franklin Papers; Horsefield Papers. Friends Book Store, Phila.: Minutes of the Meeting for Sufferings, 1763- 1775.

New York Historical Society: Charles Thomson Papers.

New York Public Library: Chalmers Collection (Pennsylvania and Philadelphia).

Public Records Division, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg: Provincial Papers; Revolutionary Papers; Baynton, Wharton, and Morgan Letter Book, 1763- 1775. Ridgway Library: Smith Manuscripts.

University of Pennsylvania: Early American Manuscripts; Franklin Papers; University Manuscripts.

Yale University: Franklin Collection: Photostats of Franklin Papers in the William L. Clements Library.

The Pennsylvania Gazette, Franklin, Hall, Sellers, editors.
The Pennsylvania Chronicle, William Goddard, editor.
The Pennsylvania Packet, John Dunlap, editor.
The Pennsylvania Evening Post, Benjamin Towne, editor.
The Pennsylvania Journal, William and Thomas Bradford, editors.
The New York Gazetteer, James Rivington, editor.
The New York Gazette and the Weekly Mercury, Hugh Gaine, editor.


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