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700272

General Wayne concludes a treaty with the Indians...

Item #700272

September 01, 1795

NEW YORK MAGAZINE OR LITERARY REPOSITORY, September, 1795  



* Treaty of Greenville

* Mad Anthony Wayne

* Northwest Indians




The issue is filled mostly with an eclectic collection of articles, while the back four pages contain news items of the day.

Among the articles are: "Description of Charles River Bridge" (plate lacking), and "A Dissertation on the Means of Preservi... See More  

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699837

Earliest newspaper in your collection?

Item #699837

December 07, 1641

NOUVELLES, Paris, France, December 28, 1641 



* Earliest newspaper in your collection?



The heading roughly translates to: "Ordinary News"." This issue predates the earliest English language newspaper we have in our inventory. It was the "sister" publication of the "Gazette", the very first regular newspaper published in France, started in 1631 by Th&eac... See More  

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$270.00
699820

An attempted early demonstration of a parachute ends comically... News from America...

Item #699820

July 14, 1785

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, July 14, 1785  The back page has a report concerning the early use of a parachute, bits noting: "...persons were assembled...late Blanchard's Aerobatic Academy near Vauxhall, to be spectators of an experiment made by a Italian with a parachute, who was to have let himself down from a prodigious altitude and to manifest his composure by playing on a viol... See More  

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699577

Pamphlet on King James' dissenters on his Declaration of Indulgence... Freedom of Religion...

Item #699577

January 01, 1687

AN ANSWER TO A LETTER TO A DESSENTER, Upon Occasion of His Majesties Late Gracious DECLARATION OF INDULGENCE, London, 1687

An interesting pamphlet concerning the 1687 Declaration of Indulgence by King James II of England, and James VII of Scotland. It was a step at establishing freedom of religion in the British Isles, although part of the king's intention was to promote his own minority reli... See More  

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699520

A plea for separation of church & state in America... Indian troubles...

Item #699520

September 17, 1768

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Sept. 17, 1768 



* re. separation of church and state in America



Over one-third of a page is taken p with a letter concerning: "The establishment of a Protestant episcopate in America is also very zealously contended for; and is very alarming to a people whose fathers, from the hardships they suffered under such an establishment, were obliged to fly th... See More  

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698821

Five issue lot from before the Revolutionary War...

Item #698821

August 16, 1766

(5) THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, A group of five issues dated Dec. 26, 1761, May 19, 1763, May 3, 1766, April 2, 1768, & April 14, 1772. Each issue is complete in 8 pages and is in good condition, a few with some damp staining & a little foxing or fold rubbing. A nice little group lot providing a flavor of life in England from the period when tensions were growing with its American colon... See More  

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698684

17th century Woman publisher... 1682 original...

Item #698684

November 04, 1682

THE OBSERVATOR, London, Nov. 4, 1682



* Rare publication

* Woman publisher




This is a handsome dialogue newspaper founded by Sir Roger L'Estrange, a Tory pamphleteer, as a vehicle for attacking dissenters and Whigs. Done in a dialogue format, between Whig & Tory. This early single sheet newspaper has the old style type making it great for framing, but the most intriguing aspect of thi... See More  

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698192

Trouble with Indians in Illinois in 1772...

Item #698192

June 13, 1772

THE EDINBURGH EVENING COURANT, Scotland, June 13, 1772  Page 3 has an: "Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman at the Illinois, dated at Kaskaeskias" noting: "Since we have had possession of the Illinois country the above nation of Indians...have taken 7 Englishmen & one woman prisoners, scalped 1 soldier...alive, killed & scalped upwards of 30 Englishmen...". Plus a... See More  

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698177

Bits on the Jacobite Rebellion: "rebels" were hanged and quartered...

Item #698177

December 04, 1746

EDINBURGH EVENING COURANT, Scotland, Dec. 4, 1746  This was one of the more notable titles for the 18th century, and from the era of the Jacobite Rebellion with a few page 2 items relating to it.

One bit notes: "...a little before 12 at noon, the five following Rebels were drawn in two Sledges from the New Goal in Southwark, and hang'd and quarter'd at Kennington Common...Collec... See More  

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698170

Very early "supplement" issue to the famous French "Gazette" newspaper...

Item #698170

June 11, 1641

LA PRISE DE LA VILLE ET CHASTEAU DE CONSTANTIN EN CATALOGNE, AVEC LA DEFAITE DE 400 CASTILLIANS, Paris, France, June 11, 1641 (date at bottom of back page). 

This is a "supplement" issue that was produced for a specific news report, in this case (translated): "THE CAPTURE OF THE CITY AND CHATEAU OF CONSTANTIN IN CATALONIA, WITH THE DEFEAT OF 400 CASTILLIANS".

Totally in ... See More  

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698166

Illustrated ship ads and slave-related ads...

Item #698166

May 17, 1796

FEDERAL GAZETTE & BALTIMORE DAILY ADVERTISER, May 17, 1796  The front page is entirely taken up with advertisements including 20 illustrated ship ads. Pages within contain no fewer than 4 slave-related ads, including: "For Sale, A Likely Negro Man" with details.

Four pages, very nice condition.

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698164

Washington re-elected... Report from Botany Bay...

Item #698164
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, February, 1793  There are several items of interest, one of which is several pages on the: "Minutes of the Proceedings of the National Convention of France" with much text on what should be the fate of Louis XVI.

This is followed by: "The Last Will and Testament of His Late Most Christian Majesty" which has near the beginning: "I... See More  

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698149

Very first of the advice column newspapers...

Item #698149

March 04, 1692

THE ATHENIAN MERCURY, London, March 4, 1692  This was the very first of the "agony aunt" newspapers, a newspaper providing personal advice to its readers.

In creating this format of responding to questions from readers, the publisher, John Dunton, did so as a result of feeling guilty for cheating on his wife. He thought that people like himself might appreciate confiding in a stran... See More  

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698146

From Washington's administration...

Item #698146

February 04, 1797

THE HERALD; A GAZETTE FOR THE COUNTRY, New York, Feb. 4, 1797  A very nice newspaper from the closing weeks of George Washington's administration. John Adams would be inaugurated on March 4.

The back page has an item from Albany concerning Philip Schuyler being elected as Senator of the U.S., to take the place of Aaron Burr.

Four pages, very nice condition.

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698138

The Gunpowder Incident: in a Williamsburg newspaper... And so much more!

Item #698138

April 28, 1775

THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE, Williamsburg (with Supplement), April 28, 1775  This newspaper was published by Alexander Purdie, a distinction to be made since there were three newspapers of this title printed in Williamsburg during the early period of the Revolutionary War.

This issue was printed 9 days after the battle of Lexington and Concord, however the news of that historic beginning of the Rev... See More  

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698114

From when Philadelphia was the temporary capital of the United States...

Item #698114

January 04, 1798

GAZETTE OF THE UNITED STATES & PHILADELPHIA DAILY ADVERTISER, Jan. 4, 1798  The capital of the United States was in Philadelphia at this time while the District of Columbia was under construction.

Inside has the latest reports from Congress. And over half of the back page is taken up with: "Proposals For Carrying the Public Mails..." with a terrific list of the various routes f... See More  

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698113

Sam Adams is elected governor...

Item #698113

May 11, 1796

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, May 11, 1796  Page 2 has a very brief report: "His Excellency Samuel Adams is re-elected Governor of this Commonwealth, for the year ensuing: by a majority of about 2000 votes."

Four pages, foxing and light damp staining, a bit irregular at the right margin.

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698112

From when Philadelphia was the temporary capital of the United States...

Item #698112

April 25, 1798

GAZETTE OF THE UNITED STATES & PHILADELPHIA DAILY ADVERTISER, April 25, 1798  The capital of the United States was in Philadelphia at this time, while the District of Columbia was under construction.

All of page 2 is taken up with reports from Congress.

The back page has a detailed notice headed: "Treasury Department" seeking bids for supplying rations to the various military ... See More  

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698085

Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown: a first report...

Item #698085

November 27, 1781

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Nov. 27, 1781  This is one of the more noteworthy issues of the Chronicle for the entire Revolutionary War, as it is the first issue in this title to announce the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, essentially ending the Revolutionary War.

Although the formal letter from Cornwallis announcing the surrender would appear in the next issue, that issue dated... See More  

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698078

Broadside newspaper on naval battles...

Item #698078

May 17, 1779

THE LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY, England, May 17, 1779  This is an uncommon broadside newspaper, single sheet and printed on one side only. The focus of this issue is on naval victories off the Brittany coast of France. Measures 7 3/4 by 12 inches, very nice condition.

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698076

Establishing the coins of the United States...

Item #698076

August 31, 1786

THE NEW-HAVEN GAZETTE & THE CONNECTICUT MAGAZINE, Aug. 31, 1786 (year in Roman numerals)  One page has "American Intelligence" which praises the attributes of Alexandria, and another page notes: "...Our Academy flourishes: about 100 scholars, twenty of which are educated on the Bounty of General WASHINGTON, are already received into it, although it has not been opened ... See More  

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698074

Letter signed by G. Washington... England's frivolous advantages...

Item #698074

September 23, 1777

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, Sept. 23, 1777  The front page has a few news items from the war in America, including: "...from Philadelphia we have an account that the Provincials have strongly secured the environs of that city...that the taking of Phila. is as impossible this year to our army as the taking of Pekin...the whole effect of the campaign is the taking of mad Lee, lame Ma... See More  

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698073

Latest war news in a rare newspaper from the Revolutionary War...

Item #698073

August 26, 1779

THE AMERICAN JOURNAL & GENERAL ADVERTISER, Providence, Rhode Island, Aug. 26, 1779  A truly rare title from the Revolutionary War, as it lasted for less than 1 1/2 years from March, 1779 to August, 1781.

Page 3 has a: "...letter from an officer of distinction to the honorable Major-General Gates..." which begins: "I am happy to have the pleasure to again congratulate you o... See More  

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698072

Battle of Green Spring... Great reports on the Revolutionary War...

Item #698072

August 14, 1781

THE CONNECTICUT COURANT & WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER, Hartford, August 14, 1781  The front page has news from captured correspondence including: "The revolt of the Pennsylvania line & Jersey brigade...are certainly events of very great importance, & must have very extensive effects both in reducing Washington's present force & preventing its being recruited by new levies...... See More  

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698071

British remain stubborn on the issue of independence...

Item #698071

April 23, 1782

THE CONNECTICUT COURANT & WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER, Hartford, April 23, 1782  Page 2 has a report from London beginning: "If the accursed American war is to be abandoned or pursued to the destruction of our country, a short time will determine; ministry gives no signs of remorse for their past conduct as yet..." with more on this. Furthermore: "...Notwithstanding the mode of ca... See More  

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698066

Reference to the 1666 Great Fire of London...

Item #698066

October 04, 1666

THE LONDON GAZETTE, England, Oct. 4, 1666  One of the greatest calamities and more notable events to strike London in its long history is the Great Fire which destroyed much of the city in September, 1666.  Finding period references to it are exceedingly difficult, as the number of newspapers publishing in 1666 was extremely small, this title certainly being the most significant.

Page 2... See More  

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698065

Letter from Washington to the people of Brunswick, Virginia...

Item #698065

October 24, 1795

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Oct. 24, 1795  Page 2 has the: "Answer Of the President to the Brunswick, Virginia, Proceedings" relating to the Jay Treaty, which is signed by him in type: G. Washington.

Four pages, various foxing, generally nice condition.

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698047

Rare plate of the execution of Admiral Byng...

Item #698047

April 01, 1757

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, April, 1757  Certainly the prime content is the quite rare full page print titled: "The Shooting of Admiral Byng on Board the Monarque" as such prints were more typically removed years ago. This is a dramatic engraving & is accompanied by a letter he penned to the Lords of the Admiralty upon receiving his death sentence.

Admiral John Byng was a Roy... See More  

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698045

By the famed Isaiah Thomas...

Item #698045

January 13, 1796

THOMAS'S MASSACHUSETTS SPY OR WORCESTER GAZETTE, Jan. 13, 1796   Published by Isaiah Thomas, perhaps the most famous printer of the 18th century, and whose collection became the foundation of the American Antiquarian Society. Handsome masthead makes this a displayable newspaper.

Four pages, light fold rubbing, and an older mend at the right margin.

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698043

Detailing how supportive England has been to the colonies...

Item #698043

January 28, 1778

THE PENNSYLVANIA LEDGER OR THE WEEKLY ADVERTISER, Philadelphia, Jan. 28, 1778  This was a Tory newspaper published in Philadelphia when the British occupied the city. It began in 1775 and ended when the British evacuated the city in May of 1778. Not surprisingly, the masthead features an engraving of the Royal coat-of-arms.

Only to be found in a Loyalist newspaper, the entire front page is t... See More  

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698038

John Adams responds, Thomas Jefferson intervenes...

Item #698038

October 24, 1798

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Oct. 24, 1798  The front page has an address: "To John Adams, President of the United States" from a military unit at Lexington, followed by his response signed in type: John Adams.

A page 2 bit concerning America making preparations for action against France, with Thomas Jefferson intervening.

Four pages, good condition.

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698036

License needed to be a peddler...

Item #698036

May 17, 1686

THE LONDON GAZETTE, May 17, 1686  Most of the front page is taken up with: "A Proclamation" which enforces the use of a license to be a peddler.

The remainder of the front page and most of the back page are taken up with other reports from Europe, plus there are several advertisements as well.

Complete as a single sheet issue, 6 3/4 by 11 inches, a few small ink stains on the fron... See More  

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698035

Extremely rare 1665 Oxford Gazette... Account of deaths from the Great Plague...

Item #698035

January 18, 1666

THE OXFORD GAZETTE, London, January 18, 1665 (1666 by today's calendar)  This is an extremely famous--and rare--title, being the predecessor of the famous "London Gazette", the oldest continually published English language newspaper in the world.

Because of the Plague at this time, the Royal Court had removed itself from London to Oxford when this newspaper began, so issues #1
... See More  

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698034

Thomas Paine and his "Age of Reason"...

Item #698034

May 07, 1794

GAZETTE OF THE UNITED STATES & EVENING ADVERTISER, Philadelphia, May 7, 1794  From the nation's capital at the time, as the District of Columbia was under construction.

Page 3 has a report from Paris beginning: "Thomas Paine, in his prison here, is determined not to remain idle. A production of his has just made its appearance in English, and bears the following title: 'The ... See More  

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698033

Federal news from this temporary seat of government...

Item #698033

January 02, 1794

GAZETTE OF THE UNITED STATES & EVENING ADVERTISER, Philadelphia, Jan. 2, 1794  Given that Phila. was the temporary capital of the United States while the District of Columbia was under construction, it is nice this issue has reports from Congress during this early year of the federal government.

Complete in 4 pages, never-trimmed margin, very nice condition.

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698032

Washington responds concerning the Jay Treaty with England...

Item #698032

November 14, 1795

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Nov. 14, 1795  The front page has a letter from the President to the inhabitants of Georgetown concerning the late Treaty with Great Britain, known as the Jay Treaty.

One bit notes: "...On a subject so complex, and having such extensive relations, some diversity of opinion might be expected...", signed in type: Go. Washington

The front page also ... See More  

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698031

Washington responds concerning the Jay Treaty with England...

Item #698031

November 14, 1795

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Nov. 14, 1795  The front page has a letter from the President to the inhabitants of Georgetown concerning the late Treaty with Great Britain, known as the Jay Treaty.

One bit notes: "...On a subject so complex, and having such extensive relations, some diversity of opinion might be expected...", signed in type: Go. Washington

The front page also ... See More  

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698030

Washington's state-of-the-union address...

Item #698030

December 19, 1795

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Dec. 19, 1795  Over half of the front page is taken up with the "President's Address" being George Washington's annual state-of-the-union address for the year 1795, a tradition he started in his first administration and which continues to this day.

The "Speech" as it is headed, is prefaced with: "This day, precisely at 12 o'clo... See More  

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698029

Full text of Washington's Proclamation regarding Spain...

Item #698029

August 24, 1796

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Aug. 20 and 24, 1796  A pair of issues: beginning on the front page of the Aug. 20 issue, carrying over to page 2, and concluding on pages 1 and 2 of the Aug. 24 issue is the complete text of the: "PROCLAMATION"  by the President for putting into effect a treaty with Spain. It is signed in script type at its conclusion: Geo. Washington.

This was one... See More  

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698028

Full text of Washington's Proclamation regarding Spain...

Item #698028

August 24, 1796

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Aug. 20 and 24, 1796  A pair of issues: beginning on the front page of the Aug. 20 issue, carrying over to pg. 2, and concluding on pages 1 and 2 of the Aug. 24 issue is the complete text of the: "PROCLAMATION"  by the President for putting into effect a treaty with Spain. It is signed in script type at its conclusion: Geo. Washington.

This was one ... See More  

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698026

Death of King James II...

Item #698026

September 11, 1701

THE LONDON GAZETTE, England, Sept. 11, 1701  The back page has an historic report of the death of King James II, the last Catholic monarch of England who was deposed during the Glorious Revolution of 1688 and spend the remainder of his life in exile in France.

The report from Paris dated Sept. 17 reads: "The late King fell into a lethargy on the 14th instant, and was thought to be dead,... See More  

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698025

Washington introduces a letter by the Secretary of State...

Item #698025

March 20, 1794

GENERAL ADVERTISER, Philadelphia, March 20, 1794  Page 2 has a letter of introduction to the Congress signed in type by the President: Go. Washington. It introduces a letter from the Secretary of State concerning: "...the vexations and spoliations on our commerce since the commencement of the European war...". The much lengthier letter is that by the Secretary, signed in type: Ed. R... See More  

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698021

Four Acts signed by Governor Sam Adams...

Item #698021

July 25, 1795

INDEPENDENT CHRONICLE, Boston, July 25, 1795  Over a full column of the front page is taken up with an Act of the Massachusetts legislature, each signed in type by the governor: Samuel Adams.

Four pages, very handsome masthead, never bound nor trimmed, very nice condition.

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698020

The Act creating the Bank of the United States...

Item #698020
THE MASSACHUSETTS MAGAZINE, Boston, March, 1791  The issue begins with textual: "Sketches of the President Of the United States" which is nearly a 4 1/2 page biography of George Washington (the plate called for is lacking). Also inside is the conclusion of: "Description of Cape Cod & the County of Barnstable" which takes 2 1/2 pages; "The Remarkable Duel" &qu... See More  

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698019

The Netherlands... with a map of Northern Europe...

Item #698019
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, June, 1744  An inside page has a report which includes: "...had a commission to be engineer with a salary of 15s a day, given him by Gen. James Oglethorpe who also conferred upon him many other favours having under pretence of sickness, left Georgia when the Spaniards came up to invade the same with a fleet and army of between 4 and 5,000 men, whi
... See More  

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698017

Secret societies... Free Masons... Illuminati... numismatics...

Item #698017
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, February, 1798  The prominent feature of this issue would be the nearly 9 pages dedicated to the review of a new publication" "Proofs of Conspiracy against all the Religions and Governments of Europe, carried on in the Secret Meetings of Free Masons, Illuminati, and Reading Societies; collected from good authorities", by John Robison, Profe... See More  

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698016

Secret societies... Free Masons... Illuminati... numismatics...

Item #698016
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, February, 1798  The prominent feature of this issue would be the nearly 9 pages dedicated to the review of a new publication" "Proofs of Conspiracy against all the Religions and Governments of Europe, carried on in the Secret Meetings of Free Masons, Illuminati, and Reading Societies; collected from good authorities", by John Robison, Profe... See More  

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698014

Very rare & early news pamphlet from Amsterdam...

Item #698014

August 01, 1632

Dutch newsletter/pamphlet from Amsterdam, August, 1632  A very rare news pamphlet by the famed early Broer Jansz, one of the most prolific newsmen of the 17th century. Included with this item is an extensive biography of him and his work.

Included also is a translation of this 4 page pamphlet, headed: "Triumphante Tijdinghe" [Triumphant News] with the translation continuing: "... See More  

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698007

A title we rarely offer...

Item #698007

January 30, 1735

THE FREE BRITON, London, Jan. 30, 1735 



* Rare publication...  18th century original... 



We rarely find issues of this title which lasted for less than six years. The entire issue is taken up with: "Continuation of the Lord Bacon's Defence of the Lord Burleigh".

Complete as a single sheet issue, very decorative first letter on the front page and a partial red i... See More  

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698004

Five issue lot from before the Revolutionary War...

Item #698004

August 16, 1766

(5) THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, A group of five issues dated Jan. 17, 1758, Jan. 1, 1760, Jan. 25, 1763, Jan. 4, 1766, and Jn. 2, 1770. A nice little group lot providing a flavor of life in England from the period when tensions were growing with its American colonies. 

Each issue is complete in 8 pages, 8 by 11 inches, perhaps minor rubbing & foxing to some, generally in good conditio... See More  

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