The American Beacon and Norfolk and Portsmouth Daily Advertiser. Vol. XLII. Number 18

The American Beacon and Norfolk and Portsmouth Daily Advertiser. Vol. XLII. Number 18

Norfolk, VA: printed and published by Shields, Ashburn & Grigsby, Wednesday Morning, July 22, 1835. Approx. 21½" x 15½", pp. [4]; 6 columns per page; removed from binding. Foreign news, domestic news: article on a sunken vessel from Albany and seven lives lost, commerce and revenue of Boston, also a short blurb reads "Some further tendencies to riot were manifested in Philadelphia on Thursday night, and several negroes are said to have been severely beaten, but the presence of the police prevented any serious outbreak." A long account by R. Clayton of an aerial voyage from Cincinnati, numerous steam boat ads (with cuts) and schedules, railroad excursions, as well as usual ads for rum, brandy, coffee, tea, sugar, auction sales and rentals, musical instruments, books, and patent medicines. Item #59039

Price: $50.00

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