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1700, Laws made and passed by William Penn (MS)
1700 Manuscript of the laws passed by William Penn. A printed preface indicated that this historical document was one of the very few original
copies of Penn's Laws first passed in 1700 and revised and extended the following year. The preface further noted that the original series was found to be
impracticable during the interval between assemblies, and while Penn was in England; thus various amendments and new laws were made and agreed to by
Penn on his return. Also included was a table of contents at the beginning of the manuscript. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally
held by the Harvard Law Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts).
Title:   Laws made and past by William Penn ... governour in chief of ... Pennsylvania and Territorys ... with the advice and consent of the Freemen thereof in General Assembly ... the fourteenth day of October & continued by adjournment till the twenty seventh of November in the yeare 1700.
OCLC Number:   1294536397
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