Observations on the North-American Land-Company

lately instituted in Philadelphia: containing an illustration of the object of the company"s plan, the articles of association, with a succinct account of the states wherein their lands lie: to which are added, remarks on American lands in general, .. in two letters from Robert G. Harper, ...
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North American Land Company, Observations on the North-American Land-Company: Lately instituted in Philadelphia: containing an illustration of the object of the company's plan, the articles of association, with a succinct account of the states wherein their lands lie: to which are added, remarks on American lands in general.

in two letters. Observations on the North-American Land-Company, lately instituted in Philadelphia: containing an illustration of the object of the company's plan, the articles of association, with a succinct account of the states wherein their lands lie: to which are added, remarks on American lands in general, more particularly the pine-lands of the southern and western states, in two letters from Robert.

by JAMES J. REIS. A little known story in American History is that of Robert Morris and his involvement with the North American Land Company.

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The N.A.L.C. was, and is considered, the largest land trust in American History, and Observations on the North-American Land-Company book one of the first publicly traded Real Estate companies.

Observations on the North-American Land-Company: lately instituted in Philadelphia: containing an illustration of the object of the company's plan, the articles of association, with a succinct account of the states wherein their lands lie: to which are added, remarks on American lands in general.

in two letters from Robert G. Harper. Title: Plan of association of the North American Land Company, established February, Author: North American Land her: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, contains a collection of books, pamphlets, serials and other works about the Format: Paperback.

Observations on the North-American Land-Company, lately instituted in Philadelphia containing an illustration of the object of the company's plan, the articles of association, with a succinct account of the states wherein their lands lie: to which are added, remarks on American lands in general, more particularly the pine-lands of the southern and western states, in two letters from Robert G.

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British controlled. Harper-Pennington Papers,MS. Observations on the North-American land Company, lately instituted in Philadelphia: containing an illustration of the object of the company's plan.

The articles of association, with a succinct account of the states wherein their lands lie: to which are added, remarks on American lands in. 36 Compare Baily, "Tour in the Unsettled Parts of North America" (London, ), pp.

where a similar analysis is made for See also Collot, "Journey in North America" (Paris, ), p.

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