The Papers of William Penn: 1685-1700 - Vol. 3

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THE PAERS OF
WILLIAM
PENN

Volume Three · 1685-1700

EDITORS
Marianne S. Wokeck · Joy Wiltenburg Alison Duncan Hirsch. · Craig W. Horle

GENERAL EDITORS
Richard S. Dunn · Mary Maples Dunn

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS 1986

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The Papers of William Penn: 1685-1700 - Vol. 3
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Advisory Board vi
  • Advisory Board vi
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations and Maps xix
  • Introduction 3
  • Editorial Method 7
  • Abbreviations and Short Titles 11
  • A William Penn Chronology, 1685-1700 18
  • The Absentee Proprietor - 1685 23
  • A Champion of English Toleration 1686-1687 71
  • A Year of Disaster - 1689 215
  • Lying Low - 1690-1691 273
  • Autobiographical Fragments - C. 1689-1693 333
  • Fruits of Solitude - 1692-1694 345
  • New - Beginnings 1694-1696 391
  • New Challlngls - 1696-1697 439
  • Trouble in Pennsylvania - 1697-1698 495
  • Return to Pennsylvania - 1699-1700 563
  • Appendix 641
  • Calendar of Microfilmed Wp Documents, 1685-1700 738
  • Calendar of Documents Not Filmed, 1685-1700 756
  • Index 759
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