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|
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|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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To the freeholders and freemen of the city and county of New-York: the following remarks on a piece with 17 queries, publish'd in Mr. Parker's Gazette of Monday February 15,are humbly recommended, by a sincere friend, &c. Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers in the Library of Congress New York ALBANY.
This title is classified as AP2.L22, and is located in the Rare Book Room. The Independent gazette, or, The New-York journal revived.w., s.w., Dec. 13, Continuation of The New-York mercury.
Between Feb. 1, Sept. 27,a semi-colon. Full text of "Parker in America what the historians say of them; what a large number say of themselves; geneaogical and biographical; interesting historical veterans-opex.com other formats. The New York Public Library Digital Collections.
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15 behaved. At his new press near Fort William (that’s the former Fort Amsterdam and the current site of the Custom House), Bradford took Zenger on as a partner and on November 8,published Manhattan’s very first newspaper — the New York Gazette.
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Victor J. Dowling, LL.D. January 15,he also became the official City printer. printing plant here and published the New York Gazette there from, using his name for a time as proprietor.
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Beginning in Nathaniel Parker was taxed on acres of land in Hampshire County. Other Parkers with land who lived. near him were Benjamin, Robert and James Parker. Thomas Parker was born 29 February in Hampshire County, Virginia, the son of Nathaniel Parker.
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