2 edition of Mason Weems, Mathew Carey and the Southern book trade, 1794-1810. found in the catalog.
Mason Weems, Mathew Carey and the Southern book trade, 1794-1810.
Written in English
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Mathew Carey () 28 works Search for books with subject Mathew Carey Carey, Mathew Read. Read. Mason Weems, Mathew Carey and the Southern book trade, James Gilreath Read. To the Friends of Ireland, assembled at the court house Carey, Mathew Read. Sir, the encouragement with which the proposals for the eighth edition.
While visiting Philadelphia, the respectable Mr. Fitzwhylsonn of Richmond observed Catholic Mass at St. Augustine's Church, following in the footsteps of numerous other curious Protestant spectators who attended Catholic ceremonies in the early nineteenth century. The Protestant found the event to be a magnificent but hollow spectacle.
Dining later with Mathew Carey, he declared that. Full text of "Guide to the manuscript collections of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania" See other formats. Full text of "The Maryland genealogical bulletin" See other formats. Trade associations such as the Asylum Company of Journeymen Printers () were formed, partly as professional organizations designed to assure the continuance of the apprentice system, but mostly to pressure Congress to enact protective tariffs for the American book trade.3 In one form or another, that trade was pursued until nearly every.
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