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7 42 8 14 2 36 3 15.6 6.56 P.M. Spica S. 4 34 2 55 7 31 O 35 7 30 2 24 25 8 45 9 18

3 33 4 4 5.3 11.57 A.M.O.C. 180 29 Tu

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OH 36 5 43 6 195.7 1.- A.M. Sag. oc. by o. JUNE.

Portugal, Pekin and Natal, 80 deg. Venus 4 deg. south of the Moon 5 P.M. June 1.

Siberia, 77 deg: Jupiter 2 north

8 A.M.

Australia and Scotland, 75 deg. Mars 1

Italy, Venezuela and Madeira, 73 deg.

18.

IO P.M.
Saturn 3

Prussia and New Zealand, 70 deg.
IO A.M.

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Switzerland and Hungary, 66 deg.

Bavaria, Sweden, Tasmania and Moscow, 63 SUMMER HEAT.

Patagonia and the Falkland Isles, 55 deg. The following figures show the extreme sum- Iceland, 45 deg. mer heat in the various countries of the world, Nova Zembla, 34 deg.

Bengal and the African desert, 150 deg. Fahrenheit.

Senegal and Guadaloupe, 130 deg.
Persia, 125 deg.

The Public Ledger contains all the news of the Calcutta and Central merica, 120 deg.

day in a compact form. Its leaders are marked Afghanistan and the Arabian deserts, 110 deg. by sound sense, and its financial department has Cape of Good Hope and Utah, 105 deg. long been famous for accuracy and fullness of Greece, 104 deg.

information. The Ledger never contains a line Arabia, 103 deg.

contrary to morality or unfit to be seen, and its Montreal, 103 deg.

universal popularity is shown by its enormous adNew York, 102 deg.

vertising patronage. All our societies insert their Spain, India, China and Jamaica, 100 deg. notices in it, and hardly a death occurs or a marSierra Leone, 94 deg:

riage is celebrated but the public is informed of it France, Denmark, St. Petersburg, Shanghai, through the pages of the Ledger. As regards the the Burman Empire, Buenos Ayres and the Sand- unemployed, a few lines in the Ledger can prowich Islands, go deg.

cure them a situation if one is to be had. --Catho. Great Britain, Siam and Peru, 85 deg.

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MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FROM PHILADELPHIA, 1774-1875.
FIRST CONGRESS.

1778, Nov. 20.- Daniel Roberdeau,

Wm. Cungan,
COMMENCING SEPTEMBER 5, 1774.

Edward Biddle,

John Armstrong, Delegates for Pennsylvania appointed by General

um. Shippen, the elder, Assembly. Delegates from Philadelphia city

Samuel Auce, and county in italics.

James Searlé. 1774, July 21.- Joseph Galloway,

1779, March 2.- Frederick Muhlenberg,
Samuel Rhoads,

Henry Wynkoop,
Thomas Miffin,

James McClean; in place of
Charles Humphreys,

Biddle, Roberdeau and ClinJohn Morton,

gan. Edward Biddle,

1779, Nov. 16.-John Armstrong, 1774, Oct. 15.- John Dickinson.

Fames Searle,
Frederick Muhlenberg,

James McClean,
CONTINENTAL CONGRESS.

Hm. Shipper.
COMMENCING MAY 10, 1775.

1780, May 30.- Jared Ingersoll,

Timothy Matlack.
Appointment by General Assembly.

1780, Nov. 23.-George Clymer, 1774, Dec. 15.- .-Edward Biddle,

Joseph Montgomery,
John Dickinson,

Samuel Atlce,
Thomas Mifflin,

Henry Wynkoop,
Joseph Galloway,

Thomas Smith, of Bedford.
Charles Humphreys,
John Morton,

CONGRESS OF THE CONFEDERATION.
George Ross

WENT INTO OPERATION MARCH 2, 1781. 1775, May 14.-Benjamin Franklin,

1781, Nov.

:-- Joseph Montgomery,
James Wilson,

George Clymer,
Thomas Willing; in place of

Samuel Atlee,
Joseph Galloway, withdrawn.

Henry Wynkoop, 1775, Nov. 4.- John Morton,

Thomas Smith, of Bedford. John Dickinson,

1782, Nov, 12.- Thomas Mifflin,
Robert Morris,

Thomas Fitzsimons,
Benjamin Franklin,

James Wilson,
Charles Humphrcys,

John Montgomery,
Edward Biddle,

Richard Peters.
Thomas Willing,

1783, Nov.

-,- Thomas Mifflin,
Andrew Allen,

Cadwaladir Morris,
James Wilson.

Edward Hand. 1776, July 20.-Benjamin Franklin,

1784, Nov. 16.- Joseph Reed,
John Morton,

Cadwalader Morris,
Robert Morris,

William Montgomery,
James Wilson,

William Henry,
George Ross,

Joseph Gardner.
James Smith,

1785, Feb. 19.Matthew Clarkson,
Benjamin Rush,

David Jackson.
George Clymer,

1785, April 18.-Joseph Gardner,
George Taylor.

William Henry, 1777, March 12.-Benjamin Franklin,

David Jackson,
Robert Morris,

Charles Pettit,
Daniel Roberdeau,

James Wilson.
Jonathan Bayard Smith, 1785, Nov. 11.-Charles Pettit,
George Clymer,

John Bayard,
James Wilson.

Arthur St. Clair, 1777, Sept. 14.- Joseph Reed,

William Henry,
Wm. Clingan,

James Wilson,
Dr. Samuel Duffield: in place 1786, Oct. 31.-Arthur St. Clair,
of J. B. Smith, resigned, G.

Charles Pettit,
Clymer and J. Wilson, super-

William Irvine,
seded.

Samuel Meredith,

William Bingham. 1777, Dec. 10.- - Benjamin Franklin, Robert Morris,

1787, March 24.—John Armstrong. Daniel Roberdean,

1787, Nov. 28.--William Irvine,
Jonathan Bayard Smith,

Samuel Meredith,
James Smith,

John Armstrong, Jr.,
Wm. Clingan,

William Bingham,
Joseph Reed.

James R. Reed.

Seventh Month,]

JULY

(1875

MOON'S PHASES, Philadelphia.
d. k. m.

d. h. m.
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5 35 A.M.
(Last Quarter 25

3 34 A.M.

| Day of the Year.

Day of the Month.
Day of the Week.

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THE SUN, THE MOON,

THE TIDES,
Philadelphia. Philadelphia,

Philadelphia,
Rises Souths Sets Rises. Souths Sets.

High Tide.
Low Tide.

Per., id. 8h. A.M.
A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.

(Apo., 13d. gh. A.M. k.m. m. sh.p.k. m. h. m. h. m. d. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. (Per., 29d. 3h. A.N. 182 1 Th 4 35 3 31 1 31 2 25 10 26 6 26 28

9

6 55 7 28 5.8 10.46 A.M. Ó C. 183 3 42 7 31 3 23 11 32

7 41 29 041

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4 37 4 4.7 31

5 48 I 39 9 29 1 2 32 2 59 9 51 10 18 6.5 10.43 P.M. À South. 186

4 38

4 15 7 31 7 4 2 34 10 4 2 3 24 3 48 10 43 11 76.5 4.48 A.M. HC. 1871 6 Tu 4 38 4 25 7 31 8 18

3 24 10 30 3 4 II 4 33 11 30 11 52 6.5 5.39 P.M. o inf. 188 7

W
4 39 4 35 7 30
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6 6 12
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9.11 P.M. Ant. S. | 191 10 S

5 3 7 29

0 35 6 14 11 52 7 6 52 7 14 I 51 211 5.8 4.51 P.M. 2 . 4 41 5 II 7 29 1 36 6 551 A.M. 8

7 36 8 1 2 55 5.6 11.14 P.M. Vega S. 4 42 5 19 7 29 2 38 7 39

O 14 9
8 28 8 56 3 20 3 47 5.4

6.04 P.M. 4 south. 194 13 Tu 4 43 5 26 7 28

3 41 8 25

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4 43
5 33 7 28
4 43 9 14 1 9 I 10 21 10 51 5 12

5 40 5.5

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O 15 7 7 7 34 5.9 7.41 P.M. & gr. hel. I. S. 198 17 S

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stal. [ 4 47 5 56 7 25

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3 37 3 57 10 56 11 16 6.5 10.47 P.M. Spica sets, 203 22 Th 4 506 9 7 23 9 53 3 7 8 45 19 4 38 11 36 11 57 6.5 8.45 P.M. Reg. sets, 204 23 F

4 51 6 11 7 22 10 15 3 52 9 52 20 4 59 5 19 o 18 6.4 10.58 P.M. 4 sets. 205 24 S 4 52 6 13 7 21 10 39

4 38 11
121 5 41

6 2 o 38 1 o 6.2 || 8.12 P.M. Ant. S. 206 25 S 4 52 6 14 7 2011 5 5 25 0 12 22

6 26 6 50 1 21 1 45 6.08.07 A.M. a stat. 4 53 14 7 19 11 37 6 16 i 2723 7 16 7 47 2

9 2 35 5.7

7.06 A.M. OWO. 208 27 Tu 4 54 6 14 7 18 A.M. 7 11 245 24

8 21 8 59 3 6 340 5.4 7.02 P.M. gr. el. W. 209 28 W 4 55 13 7 17 017! 8 4 5:25 9 37 10 141 4 18 4 565.3 3.27 A.M. Sr.ab.2708.0f 210 29 Th '4 56 6 12 7 17 I 8

5 22 26 10 52 11 271 5 33 6 11 5.6 8.07P.m. h ris.o. (L. 211 30 F 4 57 6 10 7 16 2 II 10 19 6 28 27

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4.49 A.MOOC. POPULATION OF FRANCE. tons, 460 feet long and 45 broad; the Britannic Census 1866, population 36,469,836.

(White Star), 4750 tons, 455 feet long and 45 1872 36,102,921.

broad; the City of Richmond (Inman), 4600 tons, Diminution, 12 persons per thousand.

453. feet long and 43 beam; the Washington In the census of 1866 were included Alsace and (British), 4600 tons, 450 feet long and 44 feet wide. portions of Lorraine and other territories not included in the census of 1872. In 1866 these

por. tions of France, according to estimate, contained

JULY 1,597,238. This number, added to the decrease Venus 5 deg. south of the Moon 11 A.m. July 1. on the figures above (366,915), shows a gross de- Jupiter 2

1 north

SP.M. crease in the population of France in six years Mars occulted by the

3 P.M.

15. of 1,964,153.

Saturn 3 deg. north of the

IP.M. 20. In 1857 the national debt of France was $1,606,

south

5 AM.

31. 000,000, about $44 per head of the population.

In 1872 the national debt was $4,600,000,000, about $128 per head of the population.

A word as to the workshop where 91,000 copies of the Public Ledger are printed each day

with a thousand little editorials for which their LARGE STEAMERS.

thousand authors pay twenty to thirty cents a The seven largest steamers in the world are line for the privilege of having them printed, the Great Eastern (owned by the International The employés regard it as a palace built for them Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Com. to work in: a printing-house which is unparalpany), 678 feet long, 77 feet broad; the City of leled in the world; a printing-office which in all Peking (Pacific Mail Steamship Company), 6000 its departments is the most healthy, comfortable tons, 423 feet long and 48 feet broad; City of To- and spacious on the American continent. - The kio (same owners), about the same size; the Li. American Journalist, Philadelphia, August, guria (Pacific Steam Navigation Company), 4820 1874.

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CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. 1819-21.-John Sergeant, Fed., Joseph Hemphill,

Fed., Samuel Edwards, Fed., Thus. ELECTIONS BY THE PEOPLE.

Forrest, Fed. Act of 1788 : elected by General Ticket.

1821-23.-John Sergeant, Fed., Joseph Hemphill,

Fed., Samuel Edwards, Fcd., William 1789-91.- Frederick A. Muhlenberg, Henry Wyn

Milnor, Fed. koop, Thomas Hartley, George Clymer, Thomas Fitzsimons, Thomas Scott, Peter Muhlenberg, Daniel Act of April 22, 1822.-City and County of Heister.

Philadelphia divided into three Districts,

each to elect one member. Elected Nov., 1788; took their seats March 4, 1789.

1823-5.-1st Dist. Samuel Breck, Fed. 2d. Jos. Act of March 16, 1791.-1st Dist. City of Phila.

Hemphill, Fed. 3d. Daniel H. Mil

ler, Dem." delphia and Delaware County. 2d Dist, Philadelphia County and Bucks.

1825-7.-1st Dist. John Wurts, Fed.

Hemphill, Fed. 3d. Daniel H. Mil. 1791–3.--Ist Dist. Thomas Fitzsimons, Fed.

ler, Dem. ad Frederick A. Muhlenberg, Fed. 1826.-Thomas Kittera, Fed., in place of Jos.

Hemphill, resigned. Act of April 17, 1792 : election on General Ticket.

1827-9.-Ist Dist. Joel B. Sutherland, Dem. 1793-5.- James Armstrong, William Findlay,

20. Joseph Hemphili, Fed. 3d. DanThomas Fitzsimons, Andrew Gregg,

iel H. Miller, Dem. Thomas Hartley, William Irvine, John 1829-31.-1st Dist. Joel B. Sutherland, Jackson Wilkes Kittera, Frederick A. Hluh

Dem. 2d. J. Hemphill, Jackson Dem. lenberg, Peter Muhlenberg, Thomas

3d. Daniel H. Miller, Jackson Dem. Scott, John Smilie.

1831-3.—1st Dist. Joel B. Sutherland, Jackson

Dem. ad. Henry Horn, Jackson

Dem. 3d. John G. Watmough, JackAct of April 22, 1794.-City and County of Phil.

adelphia to be each a District with one member. 1795-7.-City of Philadelphia, John Swan. Act of June 9, 1832.- City and County, three

Districts, wick, Anti Fed. ; county, 2d Dist.,

1st and 3d District, one member Frederick A. Muhlenberg.

each; 2d District, two members. 1797-9.-City, John Swanwick, Dem.; county, 1833-5.-1st Dist. Joel B. Sutherland, Jackson Blair McClenachan, Dem.

Dem. 2d. Horace · Binney, Anti1799-1801.-City, Robert Waln, Fed.; county,

Jackson, James Harper, Anti-JackMichael Leib, Dem.

son. 3d. John G. Watmough, Jack1801-3.-City, William Jones, Fed.; county,

son Dem. Michael Leib, Dem.

1835-7.--Ist Dist. Joel B. Sutherland, Dem.

2d. James Harper, Whig, Joseph R.

Ingersoll, Whig. 3d. Michael W. Act of April 2, 1802.-City and County of Phila

Ash, Dem. delphia an Delaware County to be one Dis- 1837-9.-1st Dist. Lemuel Paynter, Dem. 2d. trict with three members.

John Sergeant, Whig, George W. 1803-5.- Joseph Clay, Dem., Jacob Richards,

Tuland, Whig. 3d. Charles Naylor, Dem., Michael Leib, Dem.

Whig. 1805-7.- Joseph Clay, Dem., Jacob Richards, 1839-41.-1st Dist. Lemuel Paynter, Dem. 2d. Dem., Michael Leib, Dem.

John Sergeant, Whig, George W. 1806.-Dr. John Porter, Dem., in place of

Toland, Whig. 3d. Charles Naylor,* Michael Leib, resigned.

Whig. 1807-9.-Dr. John Porter, Dem., Jacob Rich- 1841-3.-Ist Dist. Charles Brown, Dem. 2d. ards, Dem., Joseph Clay, Dem.

Joseph R. Ingersoll, Whig, George 1808. - Dr. Benjamin Say, in place of Joseph

W. Toland, Whig. 3d. Charles J. Clay, resigned.

Ingersoll, Dem. 1809-11.---Dr. Benjamin Say, Dr. John Porter, Wm. Anderson, Dems.

Act of March 25, 1842.- City and County, four 1811-13.-Wm. Anderson, Snyder Dem., James

Districts, each to elecí one member.
Milnor, Fed., Adam Seybert, Dem.

1843-5.–1st Dist: Edward JoysMotini Whis:

2d. Ingersoll, Whig Act of March 20, 1812.- City and County of

John T. Smith, Dem. 4th. Charles Philadelphia, one District, to clect four mem

J. Ingersoll, Dem. bers.

1845-7.-1st Dist. Lewis C. Levin, Native Ame1813-15.-Adam Seybert, Dem., Wm. Anderson,

rican. ad. Joseph R. Ingersoll, Whig. Dem,, Charles J. Ingersoll, Dem.,

3d. John H. Campbell, Native AmeriJohn Conard, Dem.

can. 4th. Charles J. Ingersoll, Dem. 1815-17.- Jonathan Williams, Fed., Joseph Hop- 1847-9.-1st Dist. Lewis C. Levin, Native Amekinson, Fed., William Milnor, Fed.,

rican. 2d. Joseph R. Ingersoll, Whig. Thomas Smith, Fed.

zd. Charles Brown, Dem. 4th. Chas. 1817-19.--Adam Seybert, Dem., Wm. Anderson,

). Ingersoll, Dem. Dem., John Sergeant, Fed., Joseph

• Ingersoll was returned as elected, but Naylor was Hopkinson, Fed.

admitted on contest,

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| Day of the Year, | Day of the Month. | Day of the Week.

Height

214

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223 I W

8 47 919

227 15 S

7 388

86.5

Eighth Month,)
AUGUST.

[1875
MOON'S PHASES, Philadelphia.
d. h. m.

d. h. m.
New Moon... 8 27 A.M.

Full Moon... 16 8 33 P.M.
ĐFirst Quarter 8 10 29 P.M.

Last Quarter 23 8 38 P.M.
New Moon... 30 6 40 P.M.

PHENOMENA.
THE SUN, THE MOON,

THE TIDES,
Philadelphia. Philadelphia.

Philadelphia,
Rises Souths Sets Rises. Souths Sets. High Tide. Low Tide.

(Apo., iod, zh, A.M.
A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
h.m. m. s.h.m. h. m. h. m. h. m. d. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m.

( Per., 24d. 7h. A.N. 213 I'S 4 596 4 7 13 4 40 0 20

8
o 29

I 25 I 50 8 44 9 9 6.3 5.23 P.M. OHC 2 M 5 o 6 1 7 12 5 55 I 13 8 30 2 13 2 37 9 32

9 566.4

3.50 A.M. 9 rise. 215 3

Tu

5 0 5 56 7 II 7 7 2 1 8 54 2 2 57 3 19 10 16 10 38 6.5 8.35 P.M. suuth. 216

4
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5 1 5 51 7 10 8 15 2 45 9 16
3 3 38 3 58 10 57 11 17 6.5 7.28 P.M.

& in 2. 217' 5 Th 5 2 5 46 7 9 9 19 3 27 935 4

4 36 11 35 11 55 6.5 9.48 P.M. Spica sets. 218 6 F 5 3 5 40 7 10 22 4 99 55 5 4 55 5 15

O 14 6.4 3.07 A.M. W stat. 5 4 5 33 7 7 II 24 450 TO 16 6

5 33 5 51 O 34 0 52 6.2

6.30 A.M. o 40. 220 8 S 5 5 5 25 7 o 26 5 33 10 40 7 6 12 6 32 I IO 1 31 6.0

9.4 A.M. Ở 4 0. 2219 M 6 5 18 7 I 29 6 18 II

88

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9.25 A.M. 8 in Per. 2 32 7 7 11 41 9 7 46 8 15 2 38 3 15 5.6

4.45 P.M.O. 5 8 5 07 3 32 7 57 A.M. 10

3 34
4 16 5.3

9.48 P.M. 4 sets. 224 12 Th 5 9 4 30 8 49 O 22 11 9 51 10 22 4 38 5 105.5

2.54 A.M.O. 225 13 F 5 10 4 40

5 19 9 43
1 9 12 10 53 11 23 5 41

6 12 5.6
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h rises. 226 14 S 5 11 4 29 6 1 10 36 2 7 13 11 51

6 42 7 IO 5.7 8.02 P.M. south. 5 II 4 17 57 6 37 11 27 3 11 14 o 19 O 42

1.6.0

8.IO P. M, 8 . 228 16 M

5 12 4 5 56 7 7 A.M. 4 18 15 1 5 I 25 8 24 8 44 6.2 5.08 P. M. 6 h . 229 17 Tu 5 13 3 53 54 7 33 o 16 5 26 16

147 2 8
96 927 6.3

4.23 A.M. rises, 230 18 W 514 3 40 53 7 57 1 4 0 34 17 2 29 2 49 9 48 10

8.50 P.M.SH. 231 19 Th 5 15

3 27
52 8 20 I 50

7 43.18
3 9 3 29 10 28 10 48 6.5

4.56 P.M. O gr. 1. 1. N. 5 16 3 13 50 8 43 2 36 8 52 19 3 50

4 II II 9 11 30 6.5 8.49 P.M. Spica sets. 5 17 2 58 4999 3 23 10 3 20 4 32 4 55 11 51 6.4 11.22 P.M. Arc. sets. 5 18 2 43 6 47 9 38 4 13 11 1721

5 17 5 42 O 14 0 36 6.3

0.29 A.M.O.C. 519 2 28 6 46 10 15 5 6 0 34 22 6 7 6 34 1 I 26 6.1 2.18 A.M. Oi per. 236 24 Tu 5 20 2 12 6 45 11 1 6 4 15323 7 4 7 37 I 53 2 23 5.8 6.10 P.M. Ant. S. 237 25 W 521 1 56 6 43 11 59 7 5 3 9 24 8 14 8 54 2 56 3 33 5.5 8.58 P.M. 24 sets. 238 26 Th 5 22 I 40 6 42 A.M. 8 8

4 18 25 9 33 10 9 4 13 4 52 5.3

8.13 P. M. Vega S.A 239 27 F 5 23 I 23 6 40 I 7 9 10 5 14 26 10 46 11 19 5 28 6 5 5.6

9.21 P.M. Alt. S.
5 24
2 2010 9 5 57 27 11 51

6 38
7 10 5.7

11.11 P.M. h south. 241 29 S 5 25

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the first Philadelphia newspaper; flag of the First Jupiter 3 deg. north of the Moon 7 A.M. Aug. 7.

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inal draft of the Act in the handwriting of Andrew Hamilton for the issue of 630,000 in bills of credit, and for the erection of the State-house ; a piece

of the Charter Oak; an original stamp of the is; THE NATIONAL MUSEUM.

sue required to be used under the Stamp Act of The nucleus of a national museum intended to 1765: three chairs once occupied by the chief juscommemorate the signing of the Constitution of tices of Pennsylvania ; a brewing-mug brought the United States in 1787 and the history of Penn- over with Penn in the Welcome ; a sofa which sylvania during colonial and Revolutionary days once belonged to Washington; and a dining-tais now on exhibition in the judicial hall of the old ble

and looking-glass once the property of William colony of Pennsylvania. This hall is in the State- Penn. Among the portraits are those of King house building, opposite Independence Hall. It William, Qucens Mary and Anne, "the three is open to visitors from 10 A. M. to I P. M. of each Georges," Gouverneur Morris and other signers

of the Federal Constitution, William Rush the Among the many interesting relics in the mu- sculptor, William Bartram the botanist, Robert seum are the following : Original charter of the Fulton, Chief Justice Chew, and others. city of Philadelphia, dated October 25, 1701, signed by the founder and bearing the great seal of Pennsylvania ; a fac-simile of the non-impor. The Public Ledger Almanac, Philadelphia, is tation resolutions of 1765, with the names of the a marvel of industry and good taste, containing a signers; the strong-box of Robert Morris, with his mass of information which can be found in no appointment as Superintendent of Finance; spc. cimens of china used by Washington; a copy of

other volume published in the United States.The London Bookseller for January, 1874.

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