The Pennsylvania Archive Series can be located in multiple places and it is sometimes called different things. I found it pretty quickly in the following two places.
Ancestry.com has it online for its paid members as the Pennsylvania Archive Series 1664-1902.
I also found it in one of my favorite places to sometimes monitor for historical items I do not have access to locally and do not easily have access to without hiring a genealogist. eBay. You regulary see scanned copies of historical document collections available there as well as old yearbooks, maps of areas over time, historical histories of churches and counties that were popular in the early 20th century to publish, etcetera. Original copies after I am done with them I put back into circulation on eBay as I don't want the document to be locked up by me and accessible to others.
An example: The seller "TheHistoricalArchive" specializes in these scanned documents and item C769-70 is the one you are looking for that you will get the entire collection or item C761 is the specific volume if you do not want the entire collection and the same as the one you found on Amazon. There are other sellers out there that do sell such documents but this seller seems to have what you are specifically looking for.
This is a hardbound book from the series you are looking for but the series but the dates and content likely do not line up.
Note: Some of the links to specific Ebay items will expire about 90 days after this post