Manuscript Warrant, Signed, Requesting the Great Seal of the Province of Pennsylvania be Affixed to a Land Patent in Philadelphia. Thomas Penn.
Manuscript Warrant, Signed, Requesting the Great Seal of the Province of Pennsylvania be Affixed to a Land Patent in Philadelphia
Manuscript Warrant, Signed, Requesting the Great Seal of the Province of Pennsylvania be Affixed to a Land Patent in Philadelphia
Manuscript Warrant, Signed, Requesting the Great Seal of the Province of Pennsylvania be Affixed to a Land Patent in Philadelphia
Manuscript Warrant, Signed, Requesting the Great Seal of the Province of Pennsylvania be Affixed to a Land Patent in Philadelphia
Manuscript Warrant, Signed, Requesting the Great Seal of the Province of Pennsylvania be Affixed to a Land Patent in Philadelphia
Manuscript Warrant, Signed, Requesting the Great Seal of the Province of Pennsylvania be Affixed to a Land Patent in Philadelphia
Document Signed by William Penn's Son

Manuscript Warrant, Signed, Requesting the Great Seal of the Province of Pennsylvania be Affixed to a Land Patent in Philadelphia

[Philadelphia?]: [Province of Pennsylvania], 1734. Single sheet, 12 1/2" x 8" Fine. Mild age toning, three old fold creases across quarters of the short dimension.

A Proprietary warrant requiring Thomas Griffitts, Esq., Deputy Keeper of the Great Seal, to affix the Seal to a land patent for three lots of 61 feet in Front Street, Philadelphia. The warrant is written out by hand and signed by Thomas Penn, son of William Penn. Paper-covered red wax seal at left margin.

The warrant is dated "This 28th day of the 12th month, Anno Dom 1733/4," which is February 28th, 1734. The year, for legal matters, began on March 25th in this period, making February the 12th month and the legal year 1733.


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