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From Parker"s New-York gazette, Feb. 15, 1768.

From Parker"s New-York gazette, Feb. 15, 1768.

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Published by Printed by James Parker in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New York (State). -- General Assembly.,
  • Elections -- New York (State).,
  • Lawyers -- New York (State).,
  • Broadsides.,
  • New York (State) -- Politics and government -- To 1775.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 10908.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18102761M

    Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers in the Library of Congress New York NEW YORK. The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., Oct. 16, August or September Note: James Parker, after an absence of nearly five years from the field of journalism, on Oct. 16, , opened a new printshop and began publishing a paper under the above title. Explore your family history in New-York Gazette. Newspaper Titles. Discover more about your ancestors than names and dates in New-York Gazette. Get to know your ancestors' stories—the lives they lived, their hardships and triumphs. Family trees are just not complete without the details available in newspapers.

    Browse Star-Gazette obituaries, conduct other obituary searches, offer condolences/tributes, send flowers or create an online memorial. in . Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers in the Library of Congress New York NEW YORK. The New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy. w., Jan. 1, Mar. 12, Note: Continuation of The New-York gazette, revived in the weekly post-boy. Between Jan. Feb. 21 , title was: The New-York of Feb. 28, , title again became The New-York gazette.

      Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers in the Library of Congress New York NEW YORK. The New-York mercury. w., Aug. 3(?), Jan. 25, Note: The subtitle, "Containing the freshest advices foreign and domestic", follows the title after a period. Continued by The New-York gazette: and the weekly mercury, starting with the issue of Feb. 1, The Daily Hampshire Gazette is the essential daily news source for the Pioneer Valley from Northampton, MA, in Franklin County.


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Get this from a library. From Parker's New-York gazette, Feb. 15, To Benjamin Franklin from James Parker, 25 February Author Parker, James Recipient Franklin, Benjamin Date 25 February Reference Cite as “To Benjamin Franklin from James Parker, 25 February ,” Founders Online, National Archives, Get this from a library.

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 Februare humbly recommended, by a sincere friend, &c. [Probus.;]. Get this from a library. 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 Februare humbly recommended, by a sincere friend, &c. G.: (Sequel of the remarks begun last week). Get this from a library. 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 Februare humbly recommended, by a sincere friend, &c. [Probus.;]. January Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 21 January February Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 4 1768. book March Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 25 March April Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 29 April May Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 13 May June Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 10 June July Boston-Gazette.

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Sarah (Parker) Johnson 15 Apr New York City, New York, United States - 20 Dec Hyde Parker - 26 May managed by Barry Johnston Joseph Parker 14 Feb Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, Scotland, United Kingdom - managed by Anne Docherty.

Still relatively fresh out of J-school but already a hot scribe at the New York Gazette, Henry Parker (from Pinter's The Mark) files another hair-raising story in the Big Bad Apple.

This time the juicy journo's on the trail of the Boy, a sharpshooting serial killer who kills his prey using an antique Winchesterthe gun that won the West/5(39).

The Gazette Business Breakfast. Join The Gazette for "The Mid-Sized Employer: Getting the Tools You Need" on March New-York Newspaper Finding Aid Princeton University Library / Department of Rare Books and Special Collections January Listing of contents for (Ex) Oversize / Item 5 Volume Year / Comments Month / Day Number Name 2 Feb.

11 Journal Feb. 15 Gazette Feb. 18 suppl. Journal. Henry Parker works at New York Gazette, as a reporter. His life changed because he found out he had brother, Stephen Gaines, who was murdered. Henry took leave of absence to investigate who killed his brother.

Henry & dear friend, Amanda, flew to an aiport, close to Bend, Oregon. He hadn't visited his parents, in many years.4/5(59). Please keep in mind that in general, historic newspapers are most likely to be found locally - at city and county public libraries.

New Jersey Newspapers by County; National and Non-NJ Newspapers. National or Out-of-State Papers. Location in Library. Press of Atlantic City. January - ; - [no ] Note: microfilm ends Author: Martha Sullivan. Beasts and Children Paperback – February 2, by Amy Parker (Author) out of 5 stars 31 ratings/5(31).

Parker's New York printing business was handed down to his nephew Samuel Parker in February This business was ultimately taken over by Holt in Holt was the manager of the Connecticut Gazette that Parker started as the first newspaper in that g place: First Presbyterian Cemetery.

Between Jan. Feb. 21,title was: The New-York gazette. As of Feb. 28,title again became The New-York gazette, or, the Weekly postboy. Continued by Parker's New-York gazette, or, The Weekly post-boy, starting with the issue of Mar. This is a list of newspapers in New York state.

For periodicals specific to New York City, see List of New York City newspapers and magazines. Newspapers published in Albany, New York: Albany chronicle, or, Journal of the times.

w., Aug –April 9, Albany journal, or, The Montgomery, Washington and Columbia intelligencer. s.w. Dates / Origin Date Issued: - Place: New-York, [N.Y.] Publisher: H.

Gaine Library locations Rare Book Division Shelf locator: *KSC Topics New York (N.Y.) Notes Content: Weekly Content: Microfilm edition from Readex called Early American newspapers. This was the first publication in the Bernard Letters pamphlet series, printing six of Bernard’s letters to the earl of Hillsborough Nos.

,andBernard Papers, 5:,; and Thomas Gage to Hillsborough, Boston, 31 Oct. The compositors’ copy texts were transcripts of copies of original correspondence presented to. Tuesday, Ma Alberta Burkhart. 5 to 8 p.m.

Wednesday, Ma Murdoch-Linwood Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Cedar Rapids. Murdoch-Linwood Funeral Home & Cremation Service. Pinter's ambitious third Henry Parker novel opens as Daniel Linwood, 11, suddenly reappears on his family's front porch five years after being kidnapped.

Parker, a young but seasoned New York Gazette reporter, snags an exclusive interview with Daniel and his overjoyed mother.

But Daniel appears to have no recollection of his missing years, and /5(54).The books were no doubt from Ludwell’s library, which Wilkinson was selling in this period (Virginia Gazette [P & D], 11 Aug. description begins Virginia Gazette (Williamsburg,and Richmond, ).Died Thursday, Febru Funeral service 10am Saturday, Febru Holden Chapel, Reservoir St., Holden.

Funeral Home: Stone-Ladeau Funeral Home Central Street. Published.