Letter. . . To Mr. James Logan. . . On occasion of Mr. Logan's having sent to Sir William a copy of his printed paper called the Antidote

Mss.974.8.K26

Date: 1725 | Size: 1 Volumes

Abstract

Copied from a pamphlet in duodecimo printed at Philadelphia and sold by Andrew Bradford, 1725.

Collection Information

Physical description

1 volume, 8 p.

Early American History Note

This bound volume contains a long letter – more like an essay – from Sir William Keith, the governor of Pennsylvania, to James Logan, the secretary for the proprietors. The letter discusses Logan's recent pamphlet, "The Antidote." The letter was printed by Andrew Bradford in Philadelphia, and this handwritten copy was likely made of this printed pamphlet.

Indexing Terms


Genre(s)

  • Manuscript Essays

Subject(s)

  • Colonial Politics
  • Pennsylvania History