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The Maryland Press, 1777-1790 by Joseph Towne Wheeler.
Volume 438, Page 150   View pdf image (33K)
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A History of the Maryland Press, 1777-1790
307. [UNITED STATES. By the United States in Congress assembled, A Proclamation. (Of the Treaty
of Paris, 3d September, 1785, between Great Britain and the United States.) Annapolis: Printed by
John Dunlap. 1783.}
Folio broadside.
Evans describes this broadside but does not locate a copy. Ford does not mention this in his bibliography. See numbers
345 and 308.
Evans, 18249.
No copy located.
308. WASHINGTON, GEORGE. A | Circular Letter | From his Excellency | General Washington, | To
The | Several States, | Called | His Legacy, | Being His Last Public Communication. | [rule] |
Annapolis: | Printed By F. Green, | [1783.]
Sm, 8vo. [Ap, B-D4, E2. 16 leaves.
Pages: [i]-[ii]. [1]-27
Leaf measures: 6 x 3 3/4 inches.
This circular letter is addressed to Governor Paca and is dated Head Quarters, Newburgh, June 14, 1783. Evans incor-
rectly attributes this to M. K. Goddard.
Evans, 18257.
MdHS. LC. NYPL(imperfect)
309. BALTIMORE. Baltimore-Town, Committee-Chamber, December 2, 1784. [ In pursuance of
Resolutions entered into by | the Inhabitants of Baltimore-Town, on Mon- | day, 15th November,
1784, for the purpose | of considering the propriety of Incorporating the | said Town: ... [signed]
By Order of the Committee, | [Baltimore: Printed by John Hayes, 1784.]
La. 4to. broadside. Printed in four columns.
Leaf measures: 15 3/4 x 12 3/4 inches.
On November 15, 1784, the inhabitants of Baltimore arranged for the election of a committee to consider the question
of incorporating the town and on the 20th the committee met. They resolved on December a that the citizens of Baltimore
ought to apply for an Act of Incorporation from the General Assembly as soon as possible. The committee requested a Town
meeting on December 9 at the Court House for a full discussion of the proposed action. Not until 1796 was the town in-
corporated by the Maryland Assembly.
Evans, 18359.
310. ——— November Session, 1784. | Port Of Baltimore. | Duties upon Exports..... | Duties upon
Tonnage..... | Duties on Imports...... | [ornamental rule] | Baltimore: Printed by Goddard and
Langworthy. [1784.]
Narrow folio broadside.
Leaf measures: 11 x 41/4 inches.
Evans, 18579.
311. Baltimore: Printed by William Goddard. | [ornamental rule] | Prices Current, in Baltimore,
178 | [ornamental rule] | ... | Courses of Exchange. | ... | Premiums of Insurance.
| ... [Baltimore, Printed by William Goddard, 1784.]
Folk* broadside. Printed in three columns.
Leaf measures: 15 x 9 1/2 inches.

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