The Atlas of the Rhode Island Book Trade in the Eighteenth Century
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Rhode Island Gazette: newspaper Newport: near / under the Town School-House 1732-09-27
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1733-03-01
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: the Franklin printing house at the town school house 1758-06-19
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1766-07-14
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Providence Gazette: newspaper Providence: opposite the Court House on the Towne St. 1762-08-25
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1763-03-11
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Providence Gazette: newspaper Providence: at the house of Henry Paget 1763-03-12
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1763-07-08
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Providence Gazette: newspaper Providence: the store of Judge Jenckes, at the sign of Shakespear's Head (Abbott Still House) 1763-07-09
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1766-03-12
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: a house belonging to Capt. William Rogers, on north side of the Parade, nearly opposite where it was lately kept and directly opposite to the Old Market 1766-07-15
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1767-03-23
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Providence Gazette: newspaper Providence: at the Post-Office / at the sign of Shakespear's Head 1766-08-09
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1769-00-00
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: Thames St., a little above the New Brick Market, and is kept in a house sometime since improved by Mr. James Clark 1767-03-24
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1768-00-00
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: Prison Lane 1768-04-11
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1768-11-06
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: the Third House below the Gaol, fronting on Marlboro St. and next eastward of Mr. John Dockrays 1768-11-07
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1769-12-10
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: the house where Capt. Wm. Rogers formerly and Mr. John Jenkins lately kept in Queen's St, near the Middle of the Parade 1769-12-11
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1776-12-02
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Providence Gazette: newspaper Providence: near / opposite the Court House 1770-00-00
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1772-00-00
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Providence Gazette: newspaper Providence: at the Sign of Shakespear's Head, 21 Meeting Street / near the Court-house / at the Post-Office near the State-House 1772-12-05
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1793-10-25
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American Journal and General Advertiser: newspaper Providence: Main St., near the State House 1779-03-18
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1779-12-01
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American Journal and General Advertiser: newspaper Providence: Printing-Office in the Main Street, on the west Side of the Great Bridge 1779-12-02
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1781-08-29
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: at the foot of the Parade / the Brick Market 1780-01-05
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1782-05-10
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Gazette Francoise: newspaper Newport: 641 "Rue de la Pointe" = Water St. = Washington St. 1780-11-17
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1781-01-02
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: near the middle of the Parade 1782-05-11
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1783-08-22
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: at the foot of the Parade / the Brick Market 1783-08-23
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1784-02-20
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United States Chronicle: newspaper Providence: Printing-Office in the Main Street, on the west Side of the Great Bridge 1784-01-01
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1784-06-00
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: at the foot of the Parade 1784-02-21
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1787-12-22
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United States Chronicle: newspaper Providence: the corner of Fenner's Square, directy opposite the Market 1784-06-00
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1786-07-00
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United States Chronicle: newspaper Providence: building in Westminster-street, opposite the seat of Theodore Foster, Esq; and next door to his office 1786-07-00
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1792-06-00
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Rhode Island Gazette: newspaper Newport 1787-01-25
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1787-01-25
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Newport Herald: newspaper Newport: on the Parade 1787-03-01
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1788-05-08
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: at the foot of the Parade / the Brick Market 1787-12-23
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1791-12-30
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Newport Herald: newspaper Newport: in Thames Street 1788-05-09
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1791-09-17
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Newport Mercury: newspaper Newport: near the State House 1791-12-31
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1800-09-11
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Herald of the United States: newspaper Warren: at the Post Office 1792-01-14
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1808-10-31
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United States Chronicle: newspaper Providence: the Market-House Chambers 1792-06-00
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1796-09-00
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Providence Gazette: newspaper Providence: opposite the Market / the Providence Book-Store / The Old Coffee House 1793-10-26
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1799-05-09
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Rhode Island Museum: newspaper Newport: 3 doors south of Liberty Cap Coffee House 1794-07-19
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1794-12-29
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State Gazette, and Town and Country Advertiser: newspaper Providence: opposite the Market 1796-01-04
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1796-07-02
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United States Chronicle: newspaper Providence: no. 1, Westminster Street 1796-09-00
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1804-05-17
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Weekly Companion and Commercial Centinel: newspaper Newport: a few doors north of / near the Coffee House in Thames 1798-05-02
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1799-09-01
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Providence Gazette: newspaper Providence: opposite the Market 1799-05-10
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1814-02-12
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