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History of Printing in Maryland, 1791-1800 with a Bibliography of Works Printed in the State During the Period by Rachel A. Minick
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rived from Fort-Washington, which he left two days
ago, and reports, that the army has met with a total
defeat, and that many of the refugees have arrived
at Fort-Washington, among whom are some wounded -
He says that General Butler, and many other brave
officers, with about 600 rank and file, and a number
of pack-horse-men, fell in the action, which happen-
ed within fifteen miles of the Maumee towns ..."
Baltimore: Printed by W. Goddard and J. Angell.
1791.

broadside.

Title from the Maryland journal and Baltimore ad-
vertiser of December 13, 1791, column headed, "The
following is a copy of a handbill, which we present-
ed to our town-customers on Saturday last."

Not in Evans.

No copy located.

Banneker, Benjamin, 1731-1806.

Benjamin Banneker's / Pennsylvania, Delaware, /
Maryland and Virginia / almanack / and / ephemeris,/
for the year of Our Lord, / 1792; / being bissextile,
or leap-year, and the six- / teenth year of American
independence, / which commenced July 4, 1776, / Con-
taining, the motions of the sun and moon, the true /
places and aspects of the planets, the rising and
setting of / the sun, and the rising, setting and
southing, place and age / of the moon, &c, - the
lunations, conjunctions, eclipses, / judgment of the
weather, festivals, and other remarkable / days;
days for holding the Supreme and Circuit courts of
the / United States, as also the usual courts in
Pennsylvania, Dela- / ware, Maryland, and Virginia.
- Also, several useful tables, / and valuable re-
ceipts. - Various selections from the Com- / mon-
place-book of the Kentucky philosopher, an American
sage; / with interesting and entertaining essays,
in prose and verse - / the whole comprising a great-
er, more pleasing, and useful va- / riety, than any
work of the kind and price in North-America. /
[double rule]/

Baltimore: Printed and sold, wholesale and retail,
by / William Goddard and Jamas Angell, at their
print- / ing-office, in Market-street. - Sold, also,
by Mr. Joseph / Crukshank, printer, in Market-street,
and Mr. Daniel / Humphreys, printer, in south-Front-
street, Philadelphia - / and by Messrs. Haas on and
Bond, printers. In Alexandria. // [1791]


 

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History of Printing in Maryland, 1791-1800 with a Bibliography of Works Printed in the State During the Period by Rachel A. Minick
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