The Atlas of the Rhode Island Book Trade in the Eighteenth Century
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"Gentleman from London": bookseller; merchant; musician Newport: lodges at Mr. James Gould's in Thames St. 1763-11-07
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1763-11-07
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Samuel Bours: bookseller; merchant Newport: Thames St. / next to the sign of the Black Horse 1772-06-15
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1773-05-31
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Jacob Richardson: merchant; bookseller; postmaster Newport: at the Post Office / at his House, next Door northward of the late Governor Wanton's in Thames Street 1773-00-00
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1798-00-00
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John Bours: bookseller; merchant Newport 1774-04-04
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1793-11-12
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William Bailey: bookseller; merchant Newport: Thames 1774-09-05
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1774-09-05
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Edward Thurber, Jr.: papermaker; paper seller; merchant Providence: opposite Mr. Samuel Young's 1785-06-02
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1786-01-12
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Foster, Drown and Co.: booksellers; merchants; circulating library Providence: Westminster, on the west side of the River, at the sign of Celsus Head 1789-01-08
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1789-06-11
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John Updike: merchant; bookseller Providence 1791-04-28
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1791-04-28
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Jacob Richardson: merchant; bookseller; postmaster Newport: at the New Post Office 1799-00-00
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1813-00-00
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Jacob Richardson: merchant; bookseller Newport: 167 Thames St. 1816-00-00
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1816-00-00
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