Boston, 1780. 4pp. Folio. Silked on both sides. Minor loss and wear at old fold. Lightly soiled. Very good. Revolutionary-era newspaper containing, among other news items, a resolution of Congress concerning the finances and monetary state of the country, as well as several tidbits on the campaign in South Carolina. Also, an ad on the first page for the sale of "an exceeding active Negro boy, aged fifteen. Also, a likely Negro girl, aged seventeen" who are "to be sold very cheap, for no other reason than for want of employ." Also an attack on James Rivington, the New York printer, for his publications. (Inventory #: WRCAM43200)
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