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A History of Printing in Colonial Maryland: 1686-1776 by Lawrence C. Wroth
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Ford, Paul Leicester, ed., Journals of Hugh
Gaine, Printer, cited, 7 in.
Forms, Official, Nos. 8, 131, 223, 264, 316,
372a, 377.
Fox, 127n.
Foxcroft, John, deputy postmaster general,

133, I34n.
Franklin, Benjamin, 52n, 54n, 73,75, 79, 82,
83, 103, 123n, 124, 125, 126, 126n, 127n,
129n, 130, 131, 134, 134n.
Franklin, Mrs. Benjamin, 124.
Franklin, Gov. William, of New Jersey, 123;
letters to Benjamin Franklin, 124, 131.
Franklin and Hall, printers, of Philadelphia,
123, 124.
"Franklin Papers," cited, 124n, 127n, 131,

Frederick, Maryland, 97, Printing in, 146;

Nos. 133, 134.
Freedom and Love, by the Rev. William Brog-
den, No. 1 40.
Freeholder, Letter from a, No. 37.
Fresh Intelligence. Baltimore, August 10
(1775), No. 352.

Gaine, Hugh, printer, 71.
Galloway, Benjamin, cited, 137n.
Galloway, Joseph, 123; partnership with
Goddard and Wharton, 124-127; God-
dard's attacks on, 126-127.
Galloway, Samuel, 105n.
General Gage's Account of the late Battle at
Boston(1775), No.353.
Georgia, Trustees of, No. 106.
German printing in Maryland, 113, 114.
Gerrevink, L. Van, papermaker in Holland,
Ghiselin, Reverdy, 106.
Gittings — "the Widow Gittins," married to
Thomas Reading (1705), 28.
Goddard, Abigail (Angell), 142n.
Goddard, Giles, 120, 129.
Goddard, Mary Katherine, 15, 116, 118,
119n, 121, 126n, 129, 130, 133, 133n, 135,
138, 140, 141, 141n; summary of her work
as printer and publisher, and as postmis-
tress of Baltimore, 144-146.

Goddard, Sarah (Updike), 15, 120, 121, 121n.
Goddard, Sarah and Company, 121.
Goddard, William, printer and journalist,
112, 112n, 114, 116, 1 1 8, 119-146; sources
of information concerning, 119n, 121 n;
patriot or loyalist in Revolution, 1 19-120,
125, 143; birth and ancestry, 120; appren-
ticed to James Parker and John Holt,
New Haven, 120; establishes first press
and newspaper in Providence, R. I., 120-
I2i; removes to New York, 122; prints
the Constitutional Courant, 123; removes
to Philadelphia and establishes the Penn-
sylvania Chronicle, 124; falls out with his
partners, 125-126; financial troubles and
failure of the Chronicle, 127; removes to
Baltimore (1773) and establishes Mary-
land Journal, 128-129; establishes Con-
stitutional Post Office, 129-134; becomes
Surveyor of the U. S. Post Office, 134; de-
falcation as postmaster of Providence,
134n; petitions Congress for commission
in army, 134-135; returns to Baltimore,
135; defends the freedom of the Press,
135-136; the "Tom-Tell Truth" episode,
and the "Queries" of General Charles Lee,
136-140; conflicts with the Whig Club and
the Baltimore mob, 136-140; partnership
with Eleazer Oswald, 137-141 ; legacy from
General Charles Lee, 141; literary ex-
ecutor of General Lee, 141 n; resumes pub-
lication of Maryland Journal, 141; part-
nership with Edward Langworthy, 141;
with James Angell, 142; marriage, I42n;
farewell to Baltimore (1792), 142; retire-
ment to Johnston, R. I., 142; death there
(1817), 143; summary of character and
achievements, 143.
"Goddard's Post Offices," 133, 133n; see also
Post Office, Constitutional.
Goldsborough, Robert, 3 in.
"Good Intent," Proceedings of committee
on, No. 299.
Gordon, John, Nos. 117, 141.
Gould, John, 51.
Gover, Samuel, 54.



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