|Name:||Elisha Brown, Jr.: bookseller|
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|Dates:||12 October 1782 — 12 October 1782|
|Notes:||This location was described in 1779 as "a snug Brick House" and in 1798 as lying south of the work house and measuring 22 1/2 by 28 1/2 feet.
Brown is listed with other sellers of Abner Brownell's A Discourse upon the Worship of God, According to True Christian Divinity.
|Sources:||NYPL, p. 33
Chace--Owners (1798), p. 10 (plate VI, B5)
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|See Also:||Rouse Babcock: bookseller |
Joseph Ballou: bookseller
Ichabod Moshier: bookseller
Benjamin Nichols: bookseller
Nathan Paine: bookseller