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Browning, C. H. (1916). The state house yard, and who owned it first after William Penn. The
            Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 40
(1), 85-103.

Carter, K. D. (1980). Isaac Norris II's attack on Andrew Hamilton. The Pennsylvania Magazine of
            History and Biography, 104
(2), 139-161.

Humes, J. C. (1969, March). Andrew Hamilton: the "Philadelphia lawyer." American Bar
            Association Journal, 55
, 227-231.

Konkle, B. A. (1941). The life of Andrew Hamilton, 1676-1741: "The day-star of the American
            Revolution."
Philadelphia, PA: National Publishing Company.

Konkle, B. A. (1932). Benjamin Chew 1722-1810: Head of the Pennsylvania judiciary system
            under colony and commonwealth.
Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Levy, L. W. (Ed.). Freedom of the press from Zenger to Jefferson: Early American libertarian
            theories.
Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill Co.

Lewis, W. (1981, April). Andrew Hamilton and the he-monster. The William and Mary
            Quarterly, 38
(2), 268-294.

Nix, F. C. (1964, July). Andrew Hamilton's early years in the American colonies. The William
            and Mary Quarterly, 21
(3), 390-407.

Riley, E. M. (1953). The independence hall group. Transactions of the American Philosophical
            Society, 14
(1), 7-42.

Van Gerpen, M. (1979). Privileged communication and the press: The citizen's right to know
            versus the law's right to confidential news source evidence.
Westport, CT:
            Greenwood Press.

Wood Jr., J. H. (1972). The town proprietors of Lancaster. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History
            and Biography, 96
(3), 346-368.


Links

Famous American Trials: John Peter Zenger (1735)

Find A Grave: Andrew Hamilton

Philadelphia Reflections: Andrew Hamilton (1676-1741)


Wikipedia Links

William Allen (loyalist)Andrew Hamilton's son-in-law

Benjamin ChewAndrew Hamilton's pupil; inherited his Penn family clients

Family of William Allen (loyalist)Andrew Hamilton's grandchildren through his daughter Margaret

Charles GookinDeputy Governor of colonial Pennsylvania

Independence HallThe Philadelphia state house

Andrew Hamilton (lawyer)Philadelphia Lawyer

James Hamilton (Pennsylvania)Andrew Hamilton's first son

Thomas Lawrence (mayor)Associate of Hamilton's in creation of State House

John Penn ("the American")William Penn's son; proprietor of colonial Pennsylvania

Richard Penn, Sr.William Penn's son; Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania

Thomas PennWilliam Penn's son; proprietor of colonial Pennsylvania

William PennQuaker Founder of Pennsylvania; planned and developed Philadelphia

Pennsylvania GazetteBenjamin Franklin wrote Haliton's eulogy

William TillMayor of Philadelphia


 

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