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Henry Holt. Value of Book and Job Printing for and Census of. James Rivington ( – January ) was an English-born American journalist who published a loyalist newspaper in the American colonies called Rivington's ton was very likely a member of the American Culper Spy Ring, which provided the Continental Army with military intelligence from British-occupied New York.
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Sketches of Printers and Printing in Colonial New York (New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company, ), by Charles R. Hildeburn (multiple formats at ) Filed under: New York (State) -- In literature. See also Charles Hildeburn, Sketches of Printers and Printing in Colonial JVew Tork (New York, ), p.
Thomas was unable, however, to ascertain the begin-ning and ending publication dates of The J^ew-Tork Chronicle. The New-York His-torical Society (NYHS) has the first issue. May 8,and the last issue located. William Weyman (d. J ) was a colonial American printer. Weyman was born in Philadelphia, a son of Reverend Robert Weyman.
His father died insurvived by his wife, and six children including William. Weyman apprenticed to printer William Bradford. In the New York Directory, Hodge had moved to Queen Street, corner of King Street. Hodge passed away on August 24th at the age of 67 years. Vanpelt of the New York Public Library sent me a biography of Robert Hodge in Sketches of Printers and Printing in Colonial New York, New York: Dodd, Mead, & Company, SKETCHES OF PRINTERS AND PRINTING IN COLONIAL NEW YORK.
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With 31 illustrations, a chronological list of printers and much other biographical information. Charles R Hildeburn / SKETCHES OF PRINTERS AND PRINTING IN COLONIAL NEW YORK. $ + $ Shipping. Signed Sketches and Cartoons by Charles Dana Gibson Sketches And Views Of the Old And New Katonah New York (NY) August Pamphlet.
$ “ Very rare good old book in a pristine condition, Seller Rating: % positive. [xxx] Charles R. Hildeburn, Sketches of Printers and Printings in Colonial New York (New York, ), p The ages of Rivington’s children are based on multiple sources. John, the son of James and Elisabeth Van Horne, was shown to be born in on : Todd Andrlik.
of Gaine's publications. Hildeburn in his Sketches of Printers and Printing in Colonial New York, p refers to Gaine's publication in of "the first American edition of Robin-son Crusoe." But since Gaine positively did issue his Robinson Crusoe inand perhaps again in orHildeburn might have had in mind an earlier.
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This lecture was produced for the 38th annual national convention of the American Printing History Association (APHA), which took place at the Grolier Club in New York City in October There were some technical glitches during the original lecture and this video link will allow the presentation to be viewed without interruption.William was born in Philadelphia and served his apprenticeship there under William Bradford, the grandson of New York’s first printer.
He died in New York City, after a lingering illness, on J See, further, C. R. Hildeburn, Printers in Colonial New York,pp.