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From the Revolution to the Civil War.





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With the July number (No. 1, Vol. 6), we shall continue the abstracts from the Jamestown, R. I., Records, and also the Records of Trinity Church and of the Society of Friends of Newport, R. I. Several interesting and valuable historical documents have been contributed for the next volume.

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HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS RELATING TO GWYNEDD, A Township of Montgomery County, Pa., Settled 1698, by Welsh Immigrants; with Some Data Referring to the Adjoining Township of Montgomery, also a Welsh Settlement. By Howard M. Jenkins, Member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania (a native of Gwynedd). Octavo. 408 pages.

*With twelve Illustrations: Four Etchings by Miss Blanche Dillaye; five Phototypes by F. Gutekunst, of portraits, and of a pen drawing by Miss E. F. Bonsall; Plan of the Tracts taken up, 1698, by the original settlers, etc.

The above volume is now ready for delivery to subscribers. The edition is but 250 copies, and the type has been distributed. About 50 copies remain open to further subscriptions.




Additions and Corrections. List of Illustrations.

I. The Place: the Scope of Its History.

II. Remarks Upon the Geology of the Township.

III. Traces of the Indians.

IV. The Arrival of the Welsh Settlers.

V. Edward Foulke's Narrative of His Removal.

VI. The Origin of the Township's Name,

VII. Number of the First Settlers: Growth of Population.

VIII. The First Settlers' Homes: Personal Details.

IX. Establishment of the Friends' Meeting.

X. Details Concerning the Farly Friends.

XI. Narrative of John Humphrey, of Merion,

XII. Early Monthly Meeting Records of Marriages: Other Lists of Marriages and Deaths. (These Records give nearly 500 Marriages and over 150 Deaths.)

XIII. Evans Family Genealogy.

XIV. Roberts Family Genealogy.

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