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Arguably: Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick. Boston, September 25, 1690.

Please see:

Title: The Newspapers of Provincial America.
Authors: CLARK, CHARLES E.1
Source: Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. Oct90, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p367-389. 23p.

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Extant copy:

http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/pds/amerbegin/power/text5/PublickOccurrences.pdf

Facsimile:

Please see also:

Ten fac-simile reproductions relating to old Boston and neighborhood, by Samuel Abbot Green.

Boston, Mass. [Cambridge printed, J. Wilson and son] 1901.

 

Countway Medicine  |  Rare Books    |  ts.6

Houghton  |  f    |  US 13174.10

Widener  |  US 13174.10.5 F  

 

Contents :

The earliest American newspaper, 1690.--Hubbard’s map of New England, 1677.--Rev. Samuel Willard’s "Vsefvl instrvctions," etc., 1673.--The earliest Boston imprint, 1675.--The earliest medical treatise printed in this country, 1678.--The earliest book-catalogue printed in this country, 1693.--Bonner’s map of Boston, 1722.--The earliest print of Harvard college, 1726.--A plot of Cambridge common, 1784.--Butler’s map of Groton, Massachusetts, 1832.

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