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Papers, 1731-1860.

Author: William M Coates
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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These papers contain the Yearly Meeting treasury book of Beulah Coates, 1731-41; broadside addressed to the president and council of Pennsylvania by prominent Quakers protesting against religious and political persecution, and reply to accusations of Quaker opposition to the cause of the American Revolution, 1776; Quaker broadside issued by John Pemberton, 1776; pamphlet, Address to the Inhabitants of the British  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Broadsides
Named Person: Benjamin Hornor Coates; Beulah Coates; Frederick Douglass; Nancy Gregory; Benjamin Hornor; Thomas G Morton; John Pemberton
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William M Coates
OCLC Number: 122380251
Description: 25 items.

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These papers contain the Yearly Meeting treasury book of Beulah Coates, 1731-41; broadside addressed to the president and council of Pennsylvania by prominent Quakers protesting against religious and political persecution, and reply to accusations of Quaker opposition to the cause of the American Revolution, 1776; Quaker broadside issued by John Pemberton, 1776; pamphlet, Address to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies in America, 1776; Nancy Gregory, indenture to Benjamin Hornor, 1803; letter of Frederick Douglass, Negro orator and author, to Benjamin Coates, in behalf of abolition of slavery, and against colonization of Liberia, 1856; facsimile of a testimonial by members of the medical profession in Philadelphia, addressed to Dr. T. G. Morton, reputed discoverer of ether as an anesthetic, 1860.

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