3 edition of New-York, February 15, 1773. James Rivington, bookseller, printer, and stationer, in New-York. found in the catalog.
New-York, February 15, 1773. James Rivington, bookseller, printer, and stationer, in New-York.
|Other titles||Rivington"s New-York gazetteer.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 12982.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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New-York, Febru James Rivington, bookseller, printer, and stationer, in New-York: Proposes to publish a weekly news-paper, every Thursday, differing materially in its plan from most others now extant Rivington's New-York gazetteer ; or The Connecticut, New-Jersey, Hudson's River, and Quebec weekly advertiser.
New-York, Febru James Rivington, bookseller, printer, and stationer, in New-York.: Proposes to publish a weekly news-paper, every Thursday, differing materially in its plan from most others now extant.
New-York, Febru James Rivington, bookseller, printer, and stationer, in New-York. Proposes to publish a weekly news-paper, every Thursday, differing materially in its plan from most others now extant. Rivington, James. New-York, Febru James Rivington, bookseller, printer, and stationer, in New-York [electronic resource]: Proposes to publish a weekly news-paper, every Thursday, differing materially in its plan from most others now extant.
Early life. Rivington was one of the sons of the bookseller and publisher Charles Rivington and inherited a share of his father's business, which he lost at the Newmarket races.
In he sailed to North America and resumed his occupation in Philadelphia and in the next year opened a print-shop at the foot of Wall Street, New York. In he began to publish a newspaper "at his. New York, Febru James Rivington bookseller, printer and stationer, in New-York.
Purposes to publish Positive Photostat. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.
Printed Ephemera Collection; PortfolioFolder 5. New-York, Febru James Rivington, bookseller, printer, and stationer, in New-York: Proposes to publish a weekly news-paper, every Thursday, differing materially in its plan from most others now extant. Rivington, or Rivington's, also called Rivington & Co., was a London-based publishing company founded by Charles Rivington (–), originally from Derbyshire, and continued by his sons and grandsons.
History. In Charles Rivington and a partner called Bettesworth founded a company of booksellers called "The New Conger", rivalling an older firm called "The Conger".
Explore your family history in Rivington's New York Gazetteer. Newspaper Titles. Discover more about your ancestors than names and dates in Rivington's New York Gazetteer.
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. What I did not fully explain, however, was that he was not the only printer in New York City to change his masthead—James Rivington did it, too.
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In Collection(s) William D. Hassler photograph collection, approximately RARE ISSUE OF JAMES RIVINGTON’S “ROYAL GAZETTE” THE FAMOUS TORY NEWSPAPER “.patiently wait the arrival of a Mail from England, which in all probability will determine the great, the important question, ‘big with the Fate of Britain and America.'” The Royal Gazette, New York Saturday, Febru His name was James Rivington, born into book selling and printing as a family business in London.
At the age of 36 he fled from large gambling debts in England and relocated to Philadelphia. In (at the age of 49) he moved to New. James O'Neill 11/15/ - 8/10/ Irish-born American actor Franklin Pierce Adams 11/15/ - 3/23/ American newspaper columnist, radio commentator and poet Felix Frankfurter 11/15/ - 2/22/ Most of the designs were for modestly scaled furniture with restrained ornamentation, and the book found favor in cities like New York and Philadelphia.
The first edition arrived in New York, hot off the press, when London bookseller James Rivington opened a store in Hanover Square in New York on Septem **note the new date and time ‘Rivington School: 80s New York Underground’ documents the work of the Rivington School group of artists that emerged during the turbulent s in the heart of the Lower East Side.
Join us for a reception to launch the title with editor Monty Cantsin aka Istvan Kantor, and artists involved with the Rivington School space. New York City: The Big Apple, The Center of the Universe, the City of Dreams, the City That Never Sleeps, the City So Nice, They Named it Twice (and more).
Everyone has a different take on this bustling, diverse city. From the intimate jazz bars of Greenwich Village to the vibrant streets of Harlem, the dazzling lights of the Theater District.It's a coffee-table book of the major stories of the 20th century, and what a fun flip it is.
I also enjoy the journalism aspect, as the style and layout changes over the decades are shocking. I wonder what the New York Times front page will look like--perhaps we will be printing the papers out on our own printer each morning, who knows/5(8). See also Patricia Hernlund, 'Three Bankruptcies in the London Book Trade, – Rivington, Knapton, and Osborn' in Writers, Books and Trade: An Eighteenth Century English Miscellany for William B.
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