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9. oldal - THE BODY of BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Printer, (like the cover of an old book, its contents torn out, and stript of its lettering and gilding) lies here food for worms ; yet the work itself shall not be lost, for it will (as he believed) appear once more in a new and more beautiful edition, corrected and amended by THE AUTHOR.
33. oldal - MARGARET DRAPER was the widow of Richard Draper. She published the Massachusetts Gazette and Boston News Letter after his death. Boyle, who had been connected with her husband a short time before he died, continued the management of her printing house for about four months ; and, during that time, his name appeared after Margaret Draper's in the imprint of the Gazette. At the expiration of this period their partnership was dissolved.
52. oldal - In 1826, Mr. Carpenter again occupied the "chair Editorial." It was, however, for a time vacated by htm, and his place occupied by Harvey Newcomb, in 1829, who continued in it for about a year, when it was again resumed by Mr. Carpenter, who occupied it until 1834. The first number of the "Daily Commercial Advertiser" was issued from the same office on the 1st of January, 1835, and was under the Editorial charge of GUY H. SALISBURY, whose health compelled him to withdraw from it at the close of the...
34. oldal - Mary Crouch was the widow of Charles Crouch, and born in Rhode Island. Her husband established a paper in opposition to the Stamp Act, in Charleston, (SC) Mrs. C. continued the paper until 1780, when she removed to Salem, (Mass.) and took her press and type with her. She published a paper in Salem for some years, and returned to Providence with a purse sufficient for 'creature comforts
40. oldal - ... which evil it is necessary to apply some remedy; in order that the said artists, who are a great many in family, may find encouragement, rather than foreigners. Let it be ordered and established, according to that which the said masters have supplicated, that from this time in future, no work of the said art, that is printed or painted on cloth, or on paper, that is to say altar pieces (or images) and playing cards...
64. oldal - Smith was an impostor, he considered it his duty to do all in his power to
34. oldal - It had been discontinued while the British troops were in possession of Charleston. She was appointed printer to the State, and held the office until 1792. Mary Crouch was the widow of Charles Crouch, and born in Rhode Island.
71. oldal - ... more difficult ones. We are not unmindful of the importance of this program and the contribution it is currently making to older individuals, and we can assure you we are continuing to examine additional ways of meeting the employment needs of the elderly in a responsible fashion in fiscal year 1983. I regret that I am not able to give you a more definitive response at this time, but I pledge that we will work closely with this committee as we examine the various options available and as we weigh...
34. oldal - Timothee, the widow of the son of Elizabeth, just mentioned, after the Revolutionary war ceased, revived the Gazette, which had been established by the elder Timothee. It had been discontinued while the British troops were in possession of Charleston. She was appointed printer to the State, and held the office until 1792.
34. oldal - Boyle published a paper at Williamsburg, Va., in 1774. It favored the Crown, and lived but a short time. Clementine Bird succeeded her husband in the Virginia Gazette, in 1772. T. W, Jefferson was a contributor. She died in 1775. Mrs. Elizabeth Timothee, after the death of her husband in 1773, continued publishing the Gazette in Charleston, SC She conducted the press two years, when her son took it.