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Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, 1779-1781

Samuel Rowland Fisher

Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, 1779-1781

by Samuel Rowland Fisher

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Published by s.n., 1917?] in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fisher, Samuel Rowland, -- 1745-1834,
  • Quakers -- Biography -- Early works to 1800,
  • Quakers -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Early works to 1800,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Prisoners and prisons,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcontributed by Anna Wharton Morris.
    GenreBiography, Early works to 1800., Personal narratives., Sources.
    ContributionsMorris, Anna Wharton, 1868-1957.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE281 .F57 1917
    The Physical Object
    Pagination172 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16476364M
    LC Control Number2008570654

    Caleb himself served with James Pemberton, Joseph Lukens, James Moon and Joseph West on the Committee of the Meetings for Sufferings in Anna Wharton Morris, "Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, ," PMHB 41 (), 36 PG Jan. 19, , Apr. 3, , Mar. 10, Caleb is identified as a merchant and his. Fisher, Samuel Rowland. Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia, ; 2. Lippincott, Joanna W. Biographical Memoranda Concerning J. Wharton, printed for private circulation by J.B. Lippincott, /Joseph Wharton 1 folder 45 1 book Joseph Wharton Gap Establishment 1 folder 46 1 book Journal.

    Though I had not, the honor of being personally known to you before I left America—I hope it will not be deemed presumptuous in addressing a few lines on some Philosophical subjects—The desire which you have shown to the World for the extension of science, leads me to believe that communications of this sort will not be altogether unacceptable—Africa is a Country but little known though. The Trials of Allegiance examines the law of treason during the American Revolution: a convulsive, violent civil war in which nearly everyone could be considered a traitor, either to Great Britain or to America. Drawing from extensive archival research in Pennsylvania, one of the main centers of the revolution, Carlton Larson provides the most comprehensive analysis yet of the treason.

      Biography. Samuel was the son of Joshua Fisher and Sarah (Rowland) was a merchant in Philadelphia. In , Samuel and two of his brothers, "merchants of Philadelphia," purchased property in Delaware from his cousin Elizabeth Fisher Rodney and her husband Thomas property was a large amount of marsh on Fishers Island that had belonged to Samuel's uncle Jabez Maud Fisher. 7. The Philadelphia Treason Trials, Trial and Deliberation Defendant Demographics and Political Activity Defense Counsel Charges and Defenses Trial Witnesses Evidentiary Objections Jury Deliberations The Death Penalty 8. Resentment and Betrayal, The Newspaper Debates over the Franks Trial The Trial of Samuel Rowland Fisher.


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Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, 1779-1781 by Samuel Rowland Fisher Download PDF EPUB FB2

P., [1] leaf of plates: 1 ill. ; 25 cm. Book/Printed Material | Photo, Print, Drawing Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, / / contributed by Anna Wharton Morris. Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, by Samuel Rowland Fisher; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History, Early works to "Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia, ", Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, "Exiles in Virginia: with observations on the conduct of the Society of Friends during the Revolutionary War", by Thomas Gilpin, Philadelphia, "Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, (continued)" is an article from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume View more articles from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.

View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher. >TOUKNAL OF SAMUEL KOWLAND FISHER, OF PHILADELPHIA, CONTRIBUTED BY ANNA WHARTON MORRIS. (Continued from page ) 2 mo: 8th. We have not kept any stated meetings which probably may seem to arise from want of our having such an attentive inward care to our own situa-Cited by: 4.

Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, / Access to Original; Title: Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, / / contributed by Anna Wharton Morris.

Creator(s): Fisher, Samuel Rowland,Related Names: Morris, Anna Wharton. JOURNAL OF SAMUEL ROWLAND FISHER, OF PHILADELPHIA, CONTRIBUTED BY ANNA WHARTON MORRIS. PREFACE. Samuel Eowland Fisher, the writer of the following Journal, was great-grandson to the Quaker John Fisher, who, with his wife Margaret, accompanied William Penn on his first voyage to America, in the ship "Welcome." The original copy of.

Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Some issues are available as digital images. See individual issue records for links. Partial contents -- v. The life and services of Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker; Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia (cont.); Orderly book of General Edward Hand, Valley Forge, January (cont.); Pennsylvania marriage licenses.

Samuel Rowland Fisher (November 6, – May 6, ) wasa prominent Philadelphia merchant involved in transatlantic d a large shipping line that ran between London and Philadelphia,but was exiled and imprisoned during the Revolutionary War because of his Quaker beliefs.

[24] Samuel Rowland Fisher and A. (W.) Morris. Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, [25]Samuel Patterson in Caesar Rodney and George Herbert Ryden. Letters to and From Caesar Rodney, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ). [26] Elizabeth Drinker.

October 7. 3 works Search for books with subject Samuel Rowland Fisher (). Search. Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, Samuel Rowland Fisher Not in Library. Philadelphia (Pa.). Committee of Inspection and Observation., 1 book Samuel Rowland Fisher, 1 book Philadelphia (Pa.).

Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher. JOUENAL OF SAMUEL EOWLAND FISHEE, OF PHILADELPHIA, CONTRIBUTED BY ANNA WHARTON MORRIS. (Continued from page ) ?1st mo. 4th. This morning we were informed that a very large part of Washington's Army had mutinied & were come from their Posts as far as Princeton in Jersey 42 Miles distant.

Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia Anna Wharton Morris Illustrated Orderly Book of General Edward Hand Valley Forge January.

Pennsylvania Marriage Licenses It is a month since my return from Philadelphia. I went by way of Providence to visit mother. Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, by Samuel Rowland Fisher (Book) Papers by Fisher (Family: () Papers by John Sergeant () Letters and accounts to Samuel Rowland.

Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia, Author: Fisher, Samuel Rowland. Published: () Help support the programs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. A genealogical sketch of the posterity of John Rowland of Rhosybayvil, parish of Bayvil, Pembroke, Wales, and afterwards of East Whiteland, Chester co., Pa Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia, Author: Fisher, Samuel Rowland.

[1]”Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, ,” ed. Anna Wharton Morris, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 41 (): [2. Letters () from Samuel Rowland Fisher to his brother Miers discuss business and family affairs.

Letters () from Sarah Redwood Fisher to her husband Miers discuss the family's separation from Miers was he was exiled in Virginia. Also included is a letter from Miers to Sarah near the end of his period of exile.

"Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, ," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 41 (),Muhly, Frank, "The Lewis and Clark Expedition's Ties to Pennsylvania," Pennsylvania Heritage (Summer ), Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, "Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia, ",pp.

and Surrendered at Yorktown on Octo Analysis of. Reportedly he was killed during an uprising on Jones’s Ariel during her passage to America in early Anna Wharton Morris, ed., “Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher of Philadelphia, –,” PMHB, XLI (), We follow present usage and call him Joseph Wharton, although he sometimes signed himself Joseph Wharton, Jr.; his uncle.Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, (continued) (continued) Journal of Samuel Rowland Fisher, of Philadelphia, (continued) (pp.

) Samuel Rowland Fisher, Edward Burd and Joseph Reed Cite this Item xml. Orderly Book of General Edward Hand, Valley Forge, January, (continued) Orderly.Fisher, Lydia & Samuel R. Fisher, 27 3 ALsS. While they were at Westtown. Fisher, Redwood (son), 28 3 ALsS.

Death of son, Thomas Fisher of Yellow Fever in Philadelphia. Fisher, William, 18 items Lawsuit for the recovery of debts. Grellet, Stephen, 30 1 ALS. Helen G. Fisher in Russia.