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A History of Printing in Colonial Maryland: 1686-1776 by Lawrence C. Wroth
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A History of Printing in Colonial Maryland

363. [The New-England Primmer. Baltimore: Printed and sold at Enoch Story's Printing-
Office in Gay-Street, near the old-Bridge. 1775.]

Evans, No. 14273. Heartman copied title from Evans but could not locate a copy of the book. Paul Leicester
Ford does not mention it.

364. To the Citizens of Annapolis.| January 11, 1775.] A Hand-Bill for the most infernal
and dastardly purpose, of glutting pri-| vate revenge with the sacrifice of a few individuals,
is now industriously cir-| culating in a particular part of this county....... [signed,] A Citi-
zen.] [Annapolis: Printed by Anne Catharine Green and Son. 1775.]

Broadside. 67/16 x 71/4 inches.

Principally of local interest. See below, No. 365.


365. To the Citizens of Annapolis.] Jan. 13,1775.| Gentlemen,| You have been particularly
addressed, by a writer, under the signature of | "A Citizen", on the subject of my hand bill
to the inhabitants of this | county, ..... [signed,] An American.| [Annapolis: Printed by
Anne Catharine Green and Son. 1775.]

Single leaf, printed both sides. 13 13/16 x 9 1/4 inches. Type page, p. [i], including heading: 294 x 164 mm.
A reply to "A Citizen." See preceding entry. Deals with local affairs and the appointment of suitable Revo-
lutionary Committees.
LC. (Ms. Div.)

366. To Walter Tolley, Benjamin Nicholson, John Moale, Robert | Alexander, and Jere-
miah Townley Chase, Esqrs.| Gentlemen,| Waving [sic] all useless apology for this Address,
we think it incumbent on | us, as freemen of Baltimore county, freely to give you our senti-
ments | on the conduct which we wish you to pursue at the ensuing Conventi-| on, of Mary-
land....... [Baltimore: Printed by Mary K. Goddard. 1775.]

Broadside. 12 13/16 x 13 13/16 inches; two columns.

367. UNITED COLONIES OF NORTH AMERICA. Rules and Articles, for the better Government
of the Troops raised, or to be raised, and kept in pay | by and at the joint Expence of the
Twelve United English Colonies of North-America. | ..... [signed,] By Order of the Con-
gress, | John Hancock, President.| Philadelphia, June 30, 1775.| A true copy from the Min-
utes,) Charles Thompson, Secretary.] [Baltimore: Printed by John Dunlap. 1775.]

Single sheet, printed both sides. 17 x 10 1/4 inches.

A copy of this sheet is bound between the issues of Nov. 7 and 14,1775 of Dunlap's Maryland Gazette, vol. I
in the MdHS., which has a loose copy also. See Ford, "Bibliographical Notes," Nos. 50,68-70,127-130.

368. Williamsburg, October 26. | Whereas Lord Dunmore, not contented | with having in-
volved the affairs of this Colony | in extreme confusion ..... Baltimore, Printed by John
Dunlap.| [1775.]

Broadside, 10 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches.

An order of the Committee of Safety of Virginia, signed "John Pendleton, junior, Clerk," forbidding persons
to pass to or from Norfolk during Dunmore's operations against it in 1775. Contains also an account headed,
"To the Printer," of a small action at Hampton against the besieging ships by troops on shore. It was during this
attack by Dunmore that the printing office of John Holt was dismantled by his Lordship's orders. See Isaiah
Thomas, History of Printing in America, and "John Holt, Printer and Postmaster" by Victor H. Paltsits in the
Bulletin of the New York Public Library for Sept 20,1920.

MdHS. (in v. 1, Dunlap's Maryland Gazette.)



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