John had been a noted organist at home and went to work playing in a Philadelphia restaurant, the Middle East.
“Next year I would like to go to Philadelphia, for the meeting of the families,” he said.
He set the high-school record for touchdowns with 87 when he played for Philadelphia High.
Similarly, the thirty-nine framers at Philadelphia were allowed to profess their faith even in the public square.
Paul, Milwaukee, Trenton-Ewing, New Jersey, and greater Philadelphia round out the top 10.
She also followed her in Philadelphia and found her changing money.
If they should ever be in Philadelphia and needed hospitality or aid, let them call on him.
The most famous of these is the Clover Club at Philadelphia.
If Philadelphia be legislature-ridden, Washington is Congress-burdened.
How long did the Philadelphia convention continue in session?
city in Pennsylvania, U.S., from Greek, taken by William Penn to mean "brotherly love," from philos "loving" (see -phile) + adelphos "brother" (see Adelphia). Also the name recalls that of the ancient city in Lydia, mentioned in the New Testament, which was so called in honor of Attalos II Philadelphos, 2c B.C.E. king of Pergamon, who founded it. His title is said to have meant "loving the brethren." Philadelphia lawyer "clever, shrewd attorney" attested from 1788 in London, said originally to have been applied to Andrew Hamilton, who obtained the famous acquittal of J.P. Zenger on libel charges in 1735.
[C]ricket and coaching were after all popular in their day in places besides Philadelphia. It was merely that Philadelphia kept on with them longer than most places. This is a perennial Philadelphia trick, and gives to Philadelphia a sort of perpetual feeling of loss. Philadelphians are always just now getting rid of things that are picturesque, like those gas lamps on the streets, only because everybody else got rid of them long ago. [Nathaniel Burt, "The Perennial Philadelphians," 1963]
Largest city in Pennsylvania.
Note: Cultural center now and especially in colonial times. Its historical monuments include Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed; the Liberty Bell; and Congress Hall.
brotherly love, a city of Lydia in Asia Minor, about 25 miles south-east of Sardis. It was the seat of one of the "seven churches" (Rev. 3:7-12). It came into the possession of the Turks in A.D. 1392. It has several times been nearly destroyed by earthquakes. It is still a town of considerable size, called Allahshehr, "the city of God."