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Hannah Callowhill Penn Wikidata ISNI

Penn, Hannah Callowhill, 1671-1726 Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands

Penn, Hannah 1671-1726 German National Library

VIAF ID: 57047473 (Personal)


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The Case of the heir at law and executrix of the late proprietor of Pennsylvania, &c. in relation to the removal of Sir William Keith, and the appointing Major Patrick Gordon to succeed him as Deputy-Governor there. Library of Congress/NACO
Hannah Penn and the proprietorship of Penn., 1958: Library of Congress/NACO
Letter of instructions to Sir ... - German National Library
[Letter to] Sir William Keith [dated] London, 26th of the 3d month, 1724. Library of Congress/NACO
Miscellaneous documents National Library of the Netherlands
A remonstrance to Hannah Penn : relict of the late Honourable William Penn, Esq; proprietor and governour of the povince [sic] of Pennsylvania, and the rest of that worthy family. The remonstrance of the representatives of the free-men of the said province in general assembly met. Shewing, ... to our great surprize, having read certain instructions sent to our governour, requiring him to make no speech, nor send any written message to the Assembly, but what shall be approved of in Council; nor pass any law without the consent of a majority of the same: ... We the House of Representatives came to an unanimous resolve; that some part of those instructions were contrary to, and an infringement of the liberties and privileges granted by Charter to the people of this province. National Library of the Netherlands
United States. Joint Resolution to Grant Posthumously Full Rights of Citizenship to William Penn and to Hannah Callowhill Penn, 1984: Library of Congress/NACO

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