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0000 0000 7374 4706
Name: 
Read, Joseph
Reed, Joseph
Reed, Joseph ((politician))
Reede, Joseph
Dates: 
1741-1785
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author
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Bancroft, George (1800-1891)
Hopkinson, Francis (1737-1791)
Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Morgan, John (1735-1789)
Reed, William B. (1806-1876)
Reed, William Bradford (1806-1876)
Smith, William (1727-1803)
University of Pennsylvania
Washington, George (1732-1799)
Watts, Stephen (1741-1788)
Titles: 
By His Excellency Joseph Reed. Esq; president, and the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. Whereas the unhappy disputes which have subsisted between this state and that of Virginia, touching the western boundary of this state ... Given ... at Philadelphia, this twenty-eighth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine
Four dissertations on the reciprocal advantages of a perpetual union between Great-Britain and her American colonies : written for Mr. Sargent's prize-medal to which (by desire) is prefixed : An eulogium spoken on the delivery of the medal at the public commencement in the College of Philadelphia, May 20th, 1766.
Joseph Reed; a historical essay.
Joseph Reed correspondence
Proclamations. 1779-12-28
Remarks on a late publication in the Independent gazetteer :
Remarks on Gov. Johnstone's speech in Parliament, 1779.
Remarks on Governor Johnstone's speech in Parliament with a collection of all the letters and authentic papers, relative to his proposition to engage the interest of one of the delegates of the state of Pennsylvania, in the Congress of the states of America, to promote the views of the British commissioners.
Reprint of the original letters from Washington to Joseph Reed, during the American Revolution. Referred to in the pamphlets of Lord Mahon and Mr. Sparks.
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