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Journal of William Penn, while visiting Holland and Germany, in 1677

by William Penn

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Published in Phila .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsBX7617.P5 A4 1878
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24932830M
LC Control Number82051483

Settlers came from Krefeld, Mulheim and Krisheim, wider circle of West Germany and Holland, from Palatinate, Alsace, Swabia, Saxony and Switzerland. Germantown became a borough after receipt of a charter in from William Penn, which was royally approved in This was the first borough in . by William I. Hull. In this classic study Dr. Hull explores the historic background to the Dutch Quaker migration and William Penn's mission to Holland and Germany in , which has been credited with touching off the large Dutch and German emigration to Pennsylvania.

Half a century later, however, when William Penn's son Thomas was the governor, the Lenni-Lenape, or Delaware Indians, from whom Penn had bought much land, became uneasy at the encroachments of some of the settlers, and asked to have a distance, stated in the old agreement to be "as far as a man can go in a day and a half," definitely determined. William Penn's journal of his travels in Holland and Germany, in , in the service of the Gospel: containing several letters and addresses written while there to persons of eminence and quality Penn, William, [ Book: ] At Uni of TAS Library.

William Penn, –, English Quaker, founder of Pennsylvania, , England; son of Sir William Penn. Early Life He was expelled () from Oxford for his religious nonconformity and was then sent by his father to the Continent to overcome his leanings toward Puritanism.   Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. 10 by Rupert Sargent Holland; William Penn by Rupert Sargent Holland. Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Holland, Rupert Sargent, LoC No. Title: William Penn Language: English: LoC Class: F United States local history: Atlantic.


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Journal of William Penn, while visiting Holland and Germany, in 1677 by William Penn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title: Journal of William Penn, while visiting Holland and Germany, in Alternate Title: William Penn in Germany: Creator: Penn, William,   William Penn's firsthand account of his travels in Holland and Germany visiting Quaker congregations and preaching his message of religious toleration.

This document is historically significant Journal of William Penn understanding Penn's early years, before he obtained the charter for Pennsylvania inas well as for understanding the reasons for later German-speaking migration to the New World.

William Penn This volume includes William Penn's firsthand account of his travels in Holland and Germany while visiting Quaker congregations and preaching his message of religious toleration. It includes daily entries, in which Penn recounts his visits and meetings with various parties.

Journal of William Penn, While Visiting Holland and Germany, in by William Penn The Book of Enoch Translated From Professor Dillmann's Ethiopic Text; Emended and Revised in Accordance With Hitherto Uncollated Ethiopic Mss.

Get this from a library. Journal of William Penn, while visiting Holland and Germany, in [William Penn]. Journal of William Penn: While Visiting Holland and Germany, in by William Penn. Pennsylvania State University Press, Paperback. Good. William Penn's journal of his travels in Holland and Germany, in [ed.

by J. Barclay]. WILLIAM PENN'S TRAVELS IN HOLLAND AND GERMANY IN Read before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Dec.

10, BY PROFESSOR OSWALD SEIDENSTICKER, OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. It so happens that the centennial commemorations of revo lutionary events are mingling with the bicentenary footprints in the history of our Commonwealth.

Journal of William Penn. While Visiting Holland and Germany, in William Penn. Journal of Information Policy. Amit Schejter, Krishna Jayakar, Richard Taylor. Reviews and Media. Catalogs. Fall/Winter Mailing List. Subscribe to our. in holland and germany (pp. ) This account of WP’s second journey into Holland and Germany gives us a portrait of the seasoned traveler and mature missionary.

William Penn's journal of his travels in Holland and Germany: inin the service of the Gospel ; containing several letters and addresses written while there to persons of eminence and quality.

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Journal of William Penn: While Visiting Holland and Germany, in by William Penn avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 5 editions. Penn accompanies George Fox on a trip to Holland and Germany with George Keith, Robert Barclay, George Watts, John Furley and William Tallcoatt.

They are well received by Princess Elizabeth Palatine of the Rhine, Charles II's first cousin. Journal Of William Penn, While Visiting Holland and Germany, In More Fruits Of Solitude A Call To Repentance, Recommended To the Inhabitants Of Great Britain In General The Peace Of Europe, the Fruits Of Solitude and Other Writings.

summary This first volume, spanning the first thirty-five years of William Penn's life, from todocuments his activities as a young Quaker activist.

Journal of William Penn. While Visiting Holland and Germany, in William Penn. Chronicon Ephratense. A History of the Community of Seventh Day Baptists at Ephrata, Lancaster County, Penn'a.

Lamech and Agrippa, and translated by J. Max Hark. Journal of Information Policy. William Penn () Born: at Great Tower Street, London Governor of Pennsylvania Died: at Ruscombe, Berkshire.

William Penn was the son of Sir William Penn Senior, an admiral, who figures in Pepys' was born on the east side of Great Tower Street in London and baptized in the Church of All Hallows, Barking (Essex), where there is a memorial tablet.

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Bibliographical Notes, 1: An Account of My Journey into Holland and Germany, 2.During the 17th and 18th centuries, many European powers forced their subjects to follow an official state religion. Therefore, when William Penn toured Germany inspreading the word of a new kind of religious freedom in the American colonies, he found a receptive audience.