Browsing by Author "Logan, James, 1674-1751."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A Dialogue shewing, what's therein to be found. A motto being modish, for want of good Latin, are put English quotations. : [Four lines of quotations]Date of publication:
1725Author(s):Description:In reply to Francis Rawle's 'Ways and means for the inhabitants of Delaware to become rich ...' Attributed to James Logan by Evans and Hildeburn. The attribution is doubtful. Ascribed to the press of Samuel Keimer by Evans. ...This item contains 3 files (153.79 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)To Robert Jordan, and others the Friends of the Yearly Meeting for business, now conven'd in Philadelphia. My Friends, It is with no small uneasiness that I find myself concerned to apply thus to this meeting ...Date of publication:
1741Author(s):Description:Setting forth the merits of military preparedness for the possibility of defensive war and advocating that those Quakers who cannot vote for such measures decline election to the Assembly; signed: J.L. [i.e., James Logan ...This item contains 3 files (69.02 KB).Publicly Available