Oates well thresh't : Being a dialogue of country-make betwixt a farmer and his man-boy Jack, the good man, who had lost much by the grain, hears Presbyter-Jack to plead for it in vain. The tune, Which no body can deny, &c. The burden must be twice repeated. Oates well threshed
Popish Plot, 1678 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.; Political satire, English -- Early works to 1800.; PU; Broadsides; England; London; 17th century.
London : Printed for R.H., 1681.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania); English Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
By The Honourable John Penn, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor and Commander in Chief of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, on Delaware, A Proclamation. : Whereas His Majesty, by His Royal Proclamation, given at St. James's the Seventh Day of October, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-three ... was graciously pleased to declare and enjoin, that the Trade with the several Nations of Tribes of Indians ... should be free and open to all His Majesty's Subjects whatever ... Given under my Hand, and the Great Seal of the said Province, at Philadelphia, the Fourth Day of June, in the Fifth Year of His Majesty's Reign, and in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-five.
Indians of North America -- Commerce.; PU; Broadsides; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia; 18th century.
Culture Class Collection copy is gift presented in 1903 by S. Weir Mitchell, and others, to the University of Pennsylvania Library, Papers of Benjamin Franklin.; Culture Class Collection copy has ms. inscription on verso which reads "Proclamation for opening a trade with the Indians. June 4, 1765."
Penn, John,; Franklin, Benjamin,; Hall, David,
Philadelphia, Printed by B. Franklin, and D. Hall 
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania); American Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)