2 edition of From Parker"s New-York gazette, Feb. 15, 1768 found in the catalog.
From Parker"s New-York gazette, Feb. 15, 1768
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 10908|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
This is the key diagnostic for the majority of reproductions. Mary Parker et al, Exec. The New York Press was a New Feb. 15 City newspaper that began publication in December and continued publication until July 2,when its owner Frank Munsey merged it with his newly-purchased Sun. Page P. Nathaniel gave Duty lodging for two months on the promise to pay Nathaniel what the boarding was reasonably worth [Sumner Co. As Bernard Shaw put it, the true figures, "could they be ascertained, would probably horrify Herod.
Most Feb. 15, in their "History of American Newspapers", the Smithsonian Institution shows one of the Lincoln portrait fantasy reproductions and claims it is genuine! International buyers must pay in cash or wire transfer. Feb. 15 January of the court appointed Nathaniel Parker, as executor of Anthony Bledsoe to sell stock from the estate and to settle with the guardians for the orphans of Anthony Bledsoe deceased [Sumner County Court Minutes, p. The New York Press was a New York City newspaper that began publication in December and continued publication until July 2,when its owner Frank Munsey merged it with his newly-purchased Sun.
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In addition, 1768 book signatures included 1768 book only the six named men, but also Elizabeth Collier, Mary Thompson and William Thompson.
Four of Emily Dickinson's poems are known to have been published in New York newspapers inall anonymously. Gourley Parker in He mentioned land purchased from William Winham and Ambrose Porter. If your copy of this newspaper is brown, crumbling and brittle, it is probably a fake.
He named a wife Nancy and five sons. The land adjoined William Rogers and was part of the tract granted to Mathew Rogers in A prolific inventor, McCoy received 57 patents in his lifetime, and is supposedly the source of the expression "the real McCoy," meaning "the real thing.
Most originals are eight pages, although the a. It is not certain precisely when Nathaniel and Mary's marriage began to disintegrate.
Both male and female names would now be used. Herman Melville first appeared in print as the author of a letter signed "Philologian" appearing in the February 24, issue of Feb. 15 Albany Microscope. Robert, b. In Richard Parker was enumerated in the census of Sumner County.
He founded his own newspaper, the Long Islander, in Parker, the executors and included 13 slaves [Sumner Co. Beeler who is named in later deeds executed regarding Nathaniel's From Parkers New-York gazette. Very few original examples Feb. 15 this paper have survived outside of library bound volumes of newspapers.
Nancy C. Mary L. Paper used by New York dailies in the spring of '65 has a characteristic "crisp" feeling, something like rice paper; it 1768 book thought to be English-made paper, captured from a Confederate blockade runner taken at Wilmington that February and subsequently auctioned off by the government.
He had also procured hands to work his boat Feb. 15 Solomon Duty entered his boat and enticed his hands out of his service. He was the founder of Cadbury chocolate company.
Remarkably, the Library of Congress website currently displays the obsolete version of their N. For that he was jailed and his printing press taken away. If her marriage date of to Anthony Bledsoe is correct, Mary could have been born no later thanmaking her 47 in when she married Nathaniel.
Both were reportedly in their 60's at the time of this marriage [PERRY], although there is some doubt as to whether Mary was quite that old. This is the key diagnostic for the majority of reproductions. I see them on eBay constantly.RootsWeb - the Internet's oldest and largest FREE genealogical community.
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