The New-Year verses of the printer"s boy, who carries the Pennsylvania-gazette to the customers.


Publisher: Printed by Benjamin Franklin in [Philadelphia

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Other titlesPennsylvania gazette (Philadelphia, Pa.)
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 6216
The Physical Object
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15504078M

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Get this from a library. The New-Year verses of the printer's boy, who carries the Pennsylvania-Gazette to the customers. [Benjamin Franklin; Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia.]. Get this from a library. The New-Year verses of the printer's boy, who carries the Pennsylvania-gazette to the customers: The New-Year verses, of the printers lads, who carry about the Pennsylvania gazette to the customers.

January, Published: (). New Year's verses, for the lad who carries the Evening post Published: () To all his kind customers, the boy who carries the Evening-post, wishes a happy New-Year.

Published: () The New-Year verses of the printers lad, who carries the Pennsylvania gazette to the customers. Filed under: Great Britain -- History, Naval -- Tudors, -- Biography A Discourse in Commendation of the Valiant as Vertuous Minded Gentleman, Maister Frauncis Drake, With a Reioysing of His Happy Aduentures (), by Nicholas Breton (page images at LOC).

Liberty, property, and no stamps [electronic resource]: The news-boy who carries the Boston evening-post, with the greatest submission begs leave to present the following lines to the gentlemen and ladies to whom he carries the news.

The New-Year verses of the printers lads, who carry about the Pennsylvania gazette to the customers. Jan. An unapologetic apology for printing what ought not be printed done that and written the book on it.

In Franklin printed an ad in the Pennsylvania Gazette seeking passengers for a. [5] According to Frank Moore's Songs and Ballads of the Revolution, this poem was first issued as a ballad-sheet in It was reprinted in the Freeman's Journal, April 17,and was published in the author's three text follows the edition of Sir Henry Clinton was left in command of New York City, July 5,when Howe started on his expedition for The New-Year verses of the printers boy capture of.

Full text of "Early American Poetry" See Hildebnrn, Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania, No. [FRSN3AU.] New Year's Verses, addressed To the Customers of the Freeman's Journal, by the Lad who Carries it Jan uary i, Wishing them a Happy New Year.] 4to.

i p. THE VERSES of the Printer's Boy that [ carries about the Penn sylvania. When he reached the house of the person to whom the letter was directed,—one of his customers,—he would commence shouting and knocking; and as soon as the house was alarmed, he would exclaim, “Ah, massa, here de right book come at last!”.

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