Pennsylvania -- History -- Religious aspects. : An Address to those Quakers, who perversely refused to pay any regard to the late provincial fast, May 21, 1756. [electronic resource] : To which is added, a celebrated paper, reprinted from the Monitor, or British freeholder, numb. 28. on occasion of the Quakers refusing to keep the general fast appointed in England, Feb. 6. 1756. : [Five lines of quotations]
Pennsylvania -- History -- Religious aspects. : The lawfulness of defensive war. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached before the members of the church, at Chiechester, in the county of Chester, and province of Pennsylvania, upon their Association for Defence, February 14. 1756. / By John Abr. Lidenius, itin. miss. to the Swede congregations. ; [One line from Numbers]
Pennsylvania -- History -- Religious aspects. : Mr. Franklin, The absolute and obvious necessity of self-defense, in the present conjuncture, occasioned me to consider attentively several passages in the New Testament, from whence some have endeavoured to shew the unlawfulness of Christians bearing arms on any account ... [electronic resource]
Pennsylvania -- History : Sally Wister's journal : a true narrative; being a Quaker maiden's account of her experiences with officers of the Continental army, 1777-1778 / edited by Albert Cook Myers, with reproductions of portraits, manuscripts, relics and views.
Pennsylvania -- History -- Sources. : Journals of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. [electronic resource] : Beginning the twenty-eighth day of November, 1776, and ending the second day of October 1781. : With the proceedings of the several committees and conventions, before and at the commencement of the American Revolution. : Volume the first.