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A History of Printing in Colonial Maryland: 1686-1776 by Lawrence C. Wroth
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Piper, Michael, master of the Free School,
Annapolis, proposes to print the session
laws (1722), 54; fails to carry out propo-
sals, 54-55; mentioned, 46n, 56, 65.
Pitt, William (Lord Chatham) Bill of, for set-
tling the troubles in America, No. 354.
"The Plan for Establishing a New Ameri-
can Post Office," 132.
Pleasants, J. Hall, The Curzon Family of
New York and Baltimore and their English
Descent, cited, 52n.
Poor Robert Improved, by Robert Cockburn,
No. 303.
Popish Zeal inconvenient to Mankind, by the
Rev. William Brogden, No. 177.
Post Office, British, in North America, 128-
134; supplanted by Goddard's Constitu-
tional Post Office, ij4n.
Post Office, Constitutional, establishment
of, by William Goddard, 129-135.
Post Office, United States, established as
Constitutional Post Office by William
Goddard, 129-135; No. 384.
Poultney, William, bookbinder, 8yn.
The Power of the Gospel, in the Conversion of
Sinners, by the Rev. George Keith, place
of publication determined, 27; No. 9.
Primers, Nos. 56, 57, 363.
Prince, Thomas, Chronological History of
New England, 76.
Prince George's County is so very large, No.

'Printer to the Province," origin and use of

title, 61, 61n.
Printing equipment in Maryland, Nuthead's
11; Bladen's 18, 21, 22; Reading's, 21, 37;
question of disposition of Bladen's press,
54, 54n; list of equipment owned by Anne
Catharine Green, 153.
Printing in Colonies, chronology of, 12;
royal instructions to governors concern-
ing, i8n; scarcity of printers, 40; freedom
of the press established by Zenger's trial,
49, and by Goddard's contests with the
Baltimore populace, 136-140: see also un-
der names of individual colonies.
Privy Council, Office of, 109.


Proceedings of the Committee on the Brigan-
tine Good Intent ', No. 299; of the Congress
at New York (Stamp Act), No. 273; of the
Convention of the Province of Maryland,
Nos. 328, 329, 358, 360, 378-381; of the
Sons of Liberty, No. 274.
Proposals f or a Tobacco-Law, No. 36; for Es-
tablishing a Circulating Library in Balti-
more-Town, No. 322.
A Protest against Popery, by the Rev.Hugh
Jones, No. 113.
Protestant Association, No. 2.
"Protestant Declaration" 1689, see The Dec-
laration of the Reasons and Motives f or the
Present Appearing in Arms.
Protestant Revolution in Maryland (1689),
3, 4, 7, 8, 99.
Providence, R. I., first printing office estab-
lished by William Goddard, 120; contin-
ued by Sarah Goddard and John Carter,
121, i2in.
Providence Gazette and Country Journal, 121.
Providence Journal, cited, 121n.
Prowess of the Whig Club, cited, 137, I3yn.
Public Record Office, London, 7; documents
in, cited, in, 2n, 5n, yn.

Randall, J. W., Endowment Guild of St.
Anne's Parish, cited, 4 in.
Reading, Thomas, 1 1, 19-37; as Bladen's as-
sociate prints first compilation of Mary-
land Laws (1700), 24; the Bray and Keith
Sermons (1700 and 1703), 21-22, 27; con-
stituted public printer (1704), 28; mar-
riage, 28; petition to print compiled laws
(1707), 28; petition granted, 29; payment
determined 29; editions of session laws
discussed, 33-36; petition of, (1709), 34;
death (1713), 36; services to the Province,
36-37; inventory of estate, 37; mentioned,
55, 58; for imprints, see bibliographical
appendix, Nos. 5-22.
Redding, Thomas, see Reading, Thomas.
Redick, John, A Detection of the Conduct and
Proceedings of Messrs. Annan and Hen-
derson (1764), 113; No. 262.
Redick-Le-Man, see Redick.


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