Letters from the British Settlement in Pennsylvania: To which are Added, the Constitutions of the United States, and of Pennsylvania; and Extracts from the Laws Respecting Aliens and Naturalized Citizens
H. Hall; 209, Chestnut street, and in London, by John Miller, 1819 - Emigration and immigration - 192 pages
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