2 edition of The New-Year verses of the printers lad, who carries the Pennsylvania gazette to the customers. found in the catalog.
The New-Year verses of the printers lad, who carries the Pennsylvania gazette to the customers.
|Other titles||Pennsylvania gazette (Philadelphia, Pa.), On winter.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 6910.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation The New-Year verses of the printers lad, who carries the Pennsylvania gazette to the customers: MDCCLII.: On :// Presumably printed late in by Benjamin Franklin and David Hall, printers of the Pennsylvania gazette, for distribution on or about New Year's Day.
Text in two columns; printed area measures x New-Year verses of the printers lad, who carries about the Quebec gazette to the customers. [Québec]: [Printed by Brown & GIlmore],  (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title.
In double columns. 1 broadside ; 31 cm The New-Year verses of the printer's boy, who carries the Pennsylvania-gazette to the customers. [Philadelphia: Printed by Benjamin Franklin, ] Subject terms: The New-Year's verses of the printer's lad who carries about the Pennsylvania journal to the customers thereof: January 1, The New-Year verses of the printer's boy, who carries the Pennsylvania-gazette to the customers.
Presumably printed late in by Benjamin Franklin, printer of the Pennsylvania gazette, for distribution on or about New Year's Day. Relief cut (Reilly ); printed area measures x cm. Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. [New York: Readex Microprint, ].
11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. Description: NEW YEAR's VERSES, ADDRESSED To those Gentlemen who have been pleased to favour Francis Wrigley, News Carrie, with their custom.
NEW YEAR's VERSES, ADDRESSED TO The Customers of the PENNSYLVANIA EVENING POST, by the Printer's Lad who carries Filed under: Great Britain -- History, Naval -- Tudors, -- Early works to Proclamations. (Imprinted at London: In Powles Church yarde, by Richard Iugge and Iohn Cawood, printers to the Queenes Maistie, ), by England and Wales Privy Council (HTML at EEBO TCP)?type=lcsubc&key=Great Britain.
Pages 1 and 4 of The Pennsylvania Gazette, Number XL, the first number after Franklin took control xxi First page of The New England Courant of December33 "I was employed to carry the papers thro' the streets to the customers" 36 "She, standing at the door, saw me, and thought I made, as I certainly did, a most awkward, ridiculous Presumably printed late in by Thomas and John Fleet, printers of the Boston evening-post, for distribution on or about New Year's Day.
Relief cut of the sign of the Heart and Crown (Reilly ). Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints :// It has been suggested by the commissioners appoinnted to conduct the Melbourne Exhibition in connexion with the Philadelphia Centennial, that the present issue of the True, the new state-created property rights may be “in-tellectual” rather than “real,” but once again things that were formerly thought of as common property, or as “uncommodi ﬁable,” or outside the market alto-gether, are being covered with new, or newly extended, property rights.
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I now took leave of printing, as I thought, for ever, and was daily employed in my new business, going about with Mr. Denham The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Philip Morin Freneau (Freneau, Philip Morin, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.
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In this month and year, January,a new magazine appeared in Philadelphia, printed at the press of the Bradfords, as we learn from Hall and Sellers' Pennsylvania Gazette of Januwhich continued the title of The American is the #1 question answering service that delivers the best answers from the web and real people - all in one ://