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Biblioteca Histórica: Pennsylvania General Assembly

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Discourses concerning government by Algernon Sidney, esq: to which are added, Memoirs of his life, and apology for himself, both now first published, and the latter from his original manuscript de Algernon Sidney

Le livre des assises et pleas del' Corone, Moves & Dependants devant les justices Sibien en lour circuits come aylours, en temps du Roy Edward le Tiers, avec une Table Des principal’s matter’s des pleas del’ Corone. Or nouvel’ment imprime’, & corrige’ : avec une novelle Table des touts les principals Cases contenus in cest Livre, & les Titles sous queux Sir Robert Brook les Pleas de ceo ad abbrege’: colges, & proprement escrits en le margin de chacun Plea de Sir Robert Brooke

The practical register: or, A general abridgement of the law, relating to the practice of the several courts of Chancery, King’s Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer: digested by way of common-place, under alphabetical heads, with great variety of cases extracted from the reports and statutes; together with all the rules of the said courts de John Lilly

Observations, rules and orders, collected out of divers journals of the House of commons : entred in the reigns of Edward VI. Q. Mary. Q. Elizabeth. K. James I. K. Charles I. and K. Charles II de Great Britain (Parliament)

Bishop Burnet's history of his own time de Gilbert Burnet

Reports of certain cases, arising in the severall courts of record at Westminster; in the raignes of Q. Elizabeth, K. James, and the late King Charles. [1575-1638] With the resolutions of the judges of the said courts, upon debate and solemn arguments. Collected by very good hands, and lately re-viewed, examined, and approved of by the late learned Justice Godbolt. And now published by W: Hughes ... With two tables, one of the cases, the other of the principall matter therein contain’d ... de Great Britain (Courts)

Notitia parliamentaria: or, An history of the counties, cities and boroughs in England and Wales ... The whole extracted from mss. and printed evidences de Browne Willis

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EtiquetasBritish Law (112), Case Law (61), History (34), British History (14), Legal History (8), Law (8), British Politics (6), Reference (6), Religion (6), Canon Law (5) — ver todas as etiquetas

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Sobre mimThe Pennsylvania General Assembly was founded during the early colonial period. Today it is the legislative branch of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania's government.

Sobre a minha bibliotecaThe Pennsylvania General Assembly Collection was the 422-volume library of Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Currently residing in the Rare Books Room of the State Library of Pennsylvania, the General Assembly Collection slipped out of history after its move from Philadelphia to Harrisburg in the early years of the 19th century. It was only in the 1960s that dedicated researchers from Independence National Historic Park and the State Library of Pennsylvania realized the historical value of this collection, and that all of the volumes were still together.

The first books in the collection, the 'Statutes at Large,' were purchased after the Assembly directed its clerk, Benjamin Franklin, in 1745 to buy some law books and maps for their use. Starting in 1752, the Assembly's Speaker, Isaac Norris II, worked to purchase further books for the collection. Norris and Franklin purchased the books from dealers in London.

In following years, the books were boxed up and moved several times to protect them from war, and to follow the Assembly. Both General Assembly and its library moved to Harrisburg in 1812.

The books in this virtually intact colonial-era library are the core of today's State Library of Pennsylvania. Much of the Assembly Collection was conserved during 2007-2008 at the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (Philadelphia, PA) under a prestigious "Save America's Treasures" grant. "Save America's Treasures" is a public-private partnership between the National Park Service and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

GruposLibraries of Early America

Página pessoalhttp://www.statelibrary.state.pa.us

Nome realPennsylvania General Assembly

LocalizaçãoState Library of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA

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Membro desdeDec 22, 2008

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