3 edition of From the Pennsylvania journal, Feb. 5. found in the catalog.
From the Pennsylvania journal, Feb. 5.
Great Britain. Sovereign (1760-1820 : George III)
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 15339.|
|Contributions||George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. From the Pennsylvania journal, Feb. [electronic resource]: His Majesty's speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Tuesday [i.e., Thursday] Octo in SearchWorks catalog.
Get this from a library. From the Pennsylvania journal, Feb. 5: His Majesty's speech to both Houses of Parliament, on From the Pennsylvania journal [i.e. Thursday] Octo [George, King of Great Britain; Great Britain. Sovereign ( George III)]. 5) The Pennsylvania Journal, Nov.
1, “skull & crossbones” engraving (Replaced its normal masthead on this date: seen in most history books) 4) Battle of Lexington & Concord with mention of Paul Revere’s ride (The beginning of the Revolutionary War.
I had one once with mention of Revere–exceedingly rare–great to have in a Boston. Chicago citation style: Bradford, William, and Thomas Bradford.
The Pennsylvania journal, or, Weekly elphia, Pa.: Printed and sold by William. 1 print: woodcut. | Print shows the masthead for The Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser with a skull and crossbones representation of the official stamp required From the Pennsylvania journal the Stamp Act of"An emblem of the effects of the STAMP - O.
the fatal Stamp", and a note about the times "The TIMES are Dreadful, Dismal, Doleful, Dolorous, and Dollar-less." Includes. The Pennsylvania Journal was an American weekly newspaper published by William Bradford during the 18th century.
The first edition of The Pennsylvania Journal appeared in December A famous contributor was Thomas Paine, who published his first ever journalism in the Journal inand contributed a series of pamphleteering essays entitled The American. Pennsylvania Literary Journal (ISSN#: ; Library of Congress Catalog Number: PNP46) is a printed peer-reviewed journal that publishes critical essays, book-reviews, short stories, interviews, photographs, art, and poetry.
PLJ is available through the EBSCO Academic Complete and ProQuest databases in full-text. It is also on sale as single. One of the most famous and recognizable eighteenth-century newspapers is the Octo issue of the Pennsylvania Journal, also known as the “tombstone edition.”With the hated Stamp Act set to take effect in the British North American colonies on November 1,Philadelphia printer William Bradford designed this issue to resemble a tombstone.
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