Columbian Centinel. No. 19, of vol. XXIX
Columbian Centinel. No. 19, of vol. XXIX

Columbian Centinel. No. 19, of vol. XXIX

Boston: Benjamin Russell, Wednesday, May 9, 1798. 19 ¼" x 12", pp. [4]; 4 columns per page; removed from binding, early owner's name above masthead. Public announcements, new publications, political miscellany; a response to the inhabitants of Providence, Rhode Island from President John Adams concerning the French Revolution, Quincy address to the President of the United States, From France extract from a letter "Capt. Joshua Woodbury arrived here this afternoon, 45 days from Bourdeaux. He says every American vessel is stripped of its men, to two - their protection taken from them , and they put in jail - there to remain God only knows how long.."; French take control of Rome, marriages, deaths, marine journal, ships for sale (with cuts), usual ads, and a runaway slave reward. Item #59217

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