Columbian Centinel. Whole No. 2058. No. 10 of vol. XXV

Columbian Centinel. Whole No. 2058. No. 10 of vol. XXV

Boston: Benjamin Russell, Printer, Saturday April 9, 1796. Approx. 19" x 11½", pp. [4]; 4 columns per page; removed from binding, early owner's name above title. Laws of the United States published by authority "An act for the relief of certain officers and soldiers who have been wounded or disabled in the actual service of the United States"; the President's message on the treaty papers, election results for Boston's governor, nautical intelligence, notices of public sales and ads, marriages, deaths, ship news (with cuts), Boston theatre, and a personal plea: "This is to forbid all persons from trusting, harbouring, or employing my wife Venus, under the penalties of the law, as she has eloped from my bed and board and I will not pay one farthing of her contracting from this date, Joel Gill." Item #59127

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