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==Texts==
 
==Texts==
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*Callender, Hannah, 1762, describing Belmont
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Mansion, estate of Judge William Peters, near
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Philadelphia, Pa. (Pennsylvania Magazine of History
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and Biography 12: 455)
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“A broad walk of English cherry trees leads
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down to the river. . . . One avenue gives a fine
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prospect of the City. . . . Another avenue looks to
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the obelisk.”
  
 
==Images==
 
==Images==

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Belmont, Pennsylvania

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  • Callender, Hannah, 1762, describing Belmont

Mansion, estate of Judge William Peters, near Philadelphia, Pa. (Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 12: 455) “A broad walk of English cherry trees leads down to the river. . . . One avenue gives a fine prospect of the City. . . . Another avenue looks to the obelisk.”

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