Papers, 1771-1928.

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Hutchinson, James, 1752-1793. Papers, 1771-1928.

Papers, 1771-1928.

This collection includes letters between Hutchinson and his uncle Israel Pemberton, written while Hutchinson was a student of medicine in London. There are also 12 tickets of admission to medical lectures in Philadelphia and London, including one given by William Hunter, and 3 unused cards of admission to Hutchinson's own lectures. Miscellaneous items include Hutchinson's marriage certificate; genealogical data on the Hutchinson, Hare, and Pemberton families; and stock certificates, 1857-1872, of the McKean and Elk Land and Improvement Company. Materials dated post-1793 are to and from Hutchinson family members.

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Pettit, Charles, 1736-1806

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Businessman, lawyer, and government official in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Because of his financial expertise he was chosen to present Pennsylvania's Revolutionary War claims to the federal government in 1790. From the description of Correspondence : with Elias Boudinot, 1790. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 86138990 Pennsylvania delegate to U.S. Continental Congress, New Jersey and Pennsylvania public official, businessman, and army officer. ...

Ewing, John, 1732-1802

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Presbyterian minister and professor of natural philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. A vice-president of the American Philosophical Society, he contributed articles on astronomy to their Transactions. Ewing served on commissions with D. Rittenhouse to settle boundary disputes. The 1784 notebook contains astronomical observations made during an expedition in the summer of 1784 to settle such a dispute. Ewing's lectures on natural philosophy were published, posthumously, as "A Plain Elemen...

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Corbyn, Thomas.

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Fothergill, John, 1712-1780

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Biddle, Clement, 1740-1814

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Pemberton family.

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Hare family.

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Hiester, Joseph, 1752-1832

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Joseph Hiester was a merchant, soldier, and politician from Pennsylvania during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. He was born in 1752 to German immigrants living in Pennsylvania. As a young man, Hiester worked as a clerk in Whitman's general store in Reading, PA and subsequently married the owner's daughter, Elizabeth Whitman, in 1771. Hiester served in the Revolutionary War and was a commander in the battle of Long Island in 1776 when he was captured and held for ...

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Townsend, John, 1757-1826

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Greene, Nathanael, 1742-1786

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Bache, Benjamin Franklin, 1769-1798

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McKean and Elk Land and Improvement Co.

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Banks, Joseph, 1743-1820

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