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Logan, James ((statesman))
Manuscript language material
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Armstrong, Edward (1846-1928)
Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Fabricius, Jo. Alb
Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790)
Logan, Deborah (1761-1839)
Penn, William (1644-1718)
Pennsylvania Commissioners of Property
Pennsylvania Court of Oyer and Terminer (Philadelphia County)
Southern Illinois University Carbondale Affiliation (see also from)
Stevens, Henry (1819-1886)
University of New Orleans Affiliation (see also from)
[Answers of the Commissioners of the Property to the charges laid against them by the Hon. William Keith.]
antidote, 1725., The
antidote In some remarks on a paper of David Lloyd's, called A vindication of the legislative power. Submitted to the representatives of all the freemen of Pennsylvania., The
Brief van James Logan (1674-1751) aan Abraham Gronovius (1695-1775)
Brief van James Logan (1674-1751) aan Jo. Alb. Fabricius.
Catalogus Bibliothecae Loganianae being a choice collection of books, as well in the Oriental, Greek and Latin, as in the English, Italian, Spanish, French and other languages.
Cato maior de senectute.
Cato major, or, A treatise on old age
Cato major : or, His Discourse of old-age
Cato's moral distichs Englished in couplets
charge delivered from the bench to the grand inquest, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Goal-Delivery held for the city and county of Philadelphia, April 13. 1736., The
charge delivered from the Bench to the Grand-Jury, at the Court of Quarter Sessions, held for the county of Philadelphia, the second day of September 1723 Published at the desire of the said Grand-Jury., The
Cicero on old age
clans of the Scottish Highlands, The : illustrated by appopriate figures, displaying their dress, tartans, arms, amorial insignia and social occupations ...
Correspondence between William Penn and James Logan, Secretary of the Province of Pennsylvania, and others, 1700-1750 from the original letters in possession of the Logan family
Correspondence between William Penn and James Logan, secretary of the province of Pennsylvanis, and others, 1700-1750. From the original letters in possession of the Logan family.
correspondence of James Logan and Thomas Story, 1724-1741, The
Dialogue shewing, what's therein to be found A motto being modish, for want of good Latin, are put English quotations., A
Discourse of old-age
Discourse on old age
Experimenta et meletemata de plantarum generatione.
Honourable James Logan, Esq; his charge, delivered from the Bench to the grand inquest, at a court of Oyer and Terminer and general goal-delivery, held for the city and county of Philadelphia, April 13, 1730 Being a scheme of morals from their first Principles in Nature., The
Honourable James Logan, Esq., his charge delivered from the bench to the grand inquest, at a court of oyer and terminer and general goal-delivery, held for the city and county of Philadelphia, April 13th, 1736, The : being a scheme of morals from their first principles in nature.
James Logan correspondence
latter part of the charge delivered from the bench to the grand inquest at a court of oyer and terminer and gaol delivery, held for the city and county of Philadelphia, at Philadelphia the 24th day of September 1733., The : Published at the request of the said inquest. With their address : Published at the request of the said inquest. With their address.
letter from James Logan, Esq; to Mouns Justis, with the answer, A
M. T. Cicero's Cato major, or, Discourse on old age : addressed to Titus Pomoponius Atticus
M.T. Cicero's Cato major, or, Discourse on old age : addressed to Titus Pomponius Atticus
M.T. Cicero's Cato Major, or his Discourse of old-age with explanatory notes.
more just vindication of the Honourable Sir William Keith, bart., A : against the unparalleled abuses put upon him, in a scandalous libel call'd, A just and plain vindication of Sir William Keith, &c.
more just vindication of the Honourable Sir William Keith, Bart Against the unparalleled abuses put upon him, in a scandalous libel call'd, A just and plain vindication of Sir William Keith, etc., A
Of the duties of man as they may be deduced from nature
[Pamphlet relating to a controversy between Governor Sir William Keith, of Pennsylvania, and James Logan]
Pensilvania et counties of Newcastle etc. Advertisement[.] Whereas the proprietor William Penn Esq; ... hath thought fit to appoint Edward Shippen, Samuel Carpenter, Richard Hill, Isaac Norris and James Logan, to be his Commissioners of Property.
Prospectus of a Work entitled, Celtic Manners, as preserved among the Scots Highlanders : being an account, historical and descriptive of the Inhabitants, Antiquities, and National peculiarities of Scotland, ...
Publications of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Remarks on Sir William Keiths vindication
Remarks upon the Advice to the freeholders, etc. Paragraph by paragraph
scientific papers of James Logan., The
Scottish Gaël; Or Celtic Manners, as preserved among the Highlanders; being an historical & descriptive account of the Inhabitants, Antiquities, & National Peculiarities of Scotland; more particularly of the Northern, or Gaëlic Parts of the Country ..., The : By the late James Logan. Edited, with Memoir and Notes, by the Rev. Alex. Stewart.
Scottish Gaël, The : being an historical and descriptive account of the inhabitants, antiquities, and national peculiarities of Scotland : more particularly of the northern, or gäelic parts of the country, where the singular habits of the aboriginal celts are most tenaciously retained
Swedes petition to the House of Representatives of the province of Pennsylvania, the governor's letter thereupon to the Commissioners of Property, with their report in answer to the same, The
To Robert Jordan, and others the Friends of the Yearly Meeting for business, now conven'd in Philadelphia My Friends, It is with no small uneasiness that I find myself concerned to apply thus to this meeting.
Treatise on old age
Tully's Discourse on old age
wohl-gemeindter und ernstlicher Rath an unsere Lands-Leute, die Teutschen, Ein