4 edition of A short reply to a pamphlet published at Philadelphia found in the catalog.
A short reply to a pamphlet published at Philadelphia
|Statement||by one of the Committee of the American Academy|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 80679|
|Contributions||American Academy of Arts and Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
Later Clark worked as a reporter and an editor, and later as a book reviewer for the Philadelphia Inquirer. He then became a drama and music critic for, and part owner of Philadelphia’s The Evening Bulletin, and part owner of a trade journal called the Textile Record. He regularly published columns under his pseudonym “John Quill.”. The analogy of the Gibeonites also appeared in an anonymous anti-Paxton pamphlet which may have been published before BF’s narrative: A Dialogue between Andrew Trueman, and Thomas Zealot; About the killing the Indians at Cannestogoe and Lancaster (Ephesus, , reprinted in Paxton Papers, pp. 87–90).
out of 5 stars This is not book. It is a short pamphlet November 2, The third pamphlet, Paul Bolmer’s New Receipts and Cures for Man & Beast (), is by far the strangest of the four pamphlets. Printed on cheap paper and apparently self-published (the cover reads, “Published by Paul Bolmer,” and the title page reads, “Printed for the Purchaser” where we would expect to see a printer or publisher’s name), this compilation .
The pamphlet came out on the same day that the King’s declaration to quash the rebellion was published in Philadelphia. Common Sense went for two shillings a copy, and returned £50 in the first week. 1. In he published a pamphlet on the Elruge.: 2. This pamphlet elicited a beautiful and sympathetic letter from Lord Jeffrey.: 3. An anonymous Conservative caught at the scheme in another pamphlet, proposing income as a test.: 4. With the exception of a pamphlet, La Significance de la Guerre (), nothing more appeared until L'Energie Spirituelle (), .
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A short reply to a pamphlet published at Philadelphia: entitled A defence of the experiments to determine the comparative value of the principal varieties of fuel used in the United A short reply to a pamphlet published at Philadelphia book, and also in Europe, containing a correspondence with a Committee of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, their report and remarks thereon, and animadversions on the manner in which.
A short reply to a pamphlet published at Philadelphia, entitled "A defence of the experiments to determine the comparative value of the principal varieties of fuel used in the United States, and also in Europe.
Observations on Certain Documents Contained in No. V & VI of “The History of the United States for the Year ,” In Which the Charge of Speculation Against Alexander Hamilton, Late Secretary of the Treasury, is Fully Refuted.
Written by Himself (Philadelphia: Printed for John Fenno, by John Bioren, ). Benjamin Franklin published sixteen books while living in Philadelphia and operated a print shop and book bindery at Market Street.
(National Portrait Gallery) Nonetheless, a few enterprising printers in the Philadelphia region published books during the eighteenth century. A pamphlet is an unbound book (that is, without a hard cover or binding).Pamphlets may consist of a single sheet of paper that is printed on both sides and folded in half, in thirds, or in fourths, called a leaflet or it may consist of a few pages that are folded in half and saddle stapled at the crease to make a simple book.
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