Armstrong, Edward [editor]. Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Vol. I. Philadelphia: J. P. Lippincott & Co., 1864. 
1864 reprint of the 1826 original.
Worn cloth boards with some loss at the spine ends and corners, hinges and joints fine, tight. 6 1/2 x 10 inches; about 500 pp. Ex college library with standard markings, but with the spine label neatly removed, several ink stamps on tp. Bookplate of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania dated by hand 1864, and inscribed to J. Hill Martin, of Philadelphia. Fair. Hardcover.
John Hill Martin (1823-1906) was a prominent author, genealogist, lawyer, and publisher.
A reprinting of the first volume produced by the Society, with an account of the Society itself followed by 15 historical papers.
These include: A Memoir on the Locality of the Great Treaty between William Penn and the Indian natives in 1682, by Roberts Vaux; Notes on the Provincial Literature of Pennsylvania by Thomas I. Wharton; Original Letters of William Penn, with his Will and Codicil, and papers relating to them; A Vindication of the Rev. Mr. Heckwelder's History of the Indian Nations by William Rawle; Notices of Negro Slavery, as connected with Pennsylvania; A Biographical Sketch of Sir William Keith, one of the former Governors of the Province of Pennsylvania.