3 edition of New-York, February 29, 1754. Advertisement. found in the catalog.
New-York, February 29, 1754. Advertisement.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 40690|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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New-York, Febru Advertisement: Just published, and to be sold by Robert Mc. Alpine, bookbinder, in Hanover-Square, February 29 New-York, price two shillings. New-York, Febru Advertisement.: Just published, and to be sold by Robert Mc.
Alpine, bookbinder, in Hanover-Square, in New-York, price two shillings. * 1. Gen. SAMUEL EVANS (son of MUSGROVE EVANS, Sr.) was born c He was of a Quaker family.
He fought in the Revolutionary War, and according to American Historical Register of Februaryhe commanded the militia which escorted General Lafayette to Chester on his visit to the U.S.
in Burial: Quaker Cemetery, Philadelphia, Jefferson. The issue ofwas called The New-York journal, or, General advertiser, no. 1, but this title was not used again until Oct. 16,when it was made the permanent title of Holt's paper. Continued by The New-York jounal, or, General advertiser, starting with the issue of Oct.
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