2 edition of Reynier Jansen of Philadelphia, early American printer found in the catalog.
Reynier Jansen of Philadelphia, early American printer
Jacobus Gerardus Riewald
|Statement||(by) J. G. Riewald.|
|Series||Groningen studies in English -- 11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 296 p. :|
|Number of Pages||296|
Quickly, and more spontaneously, other minor book dealers from the bottom of the Paris Book Guild ranks joined in, such as Martin-Sylvestre Boulard, the future author and printer of the Manuel de l'imprimeur (), and François Momoro, a man soon to leave his mark in Parisian revolutionary politics. The Swedes scarcely had chimneys, much less stoves, but the Germans early imported [PAGE ] the great porcelain stoves, which they were familiar with at home, and which they used until Christopher Saur, the Germantown printer, invented the ten-plate stove, for which lovers of the beautiful will scarcely know how to forgive him.
The journal of Jasper Danckaerts may have gone undiscovered if not for the discovery by Henry C. Murphy, founder of the Long Island Historical Society, in Murphy was an excellent Dutch scholar who translated and published the original manuscript and presented his edition in Murphy found the original manuscript in an old book store in Amsterdam. The Philadelphia of which we write is a namesake of the biblical city; and though not very ancient, is yet a cotemporary with most of the important events in American history. It was founded in , by William Penn, who with a colony of English Friends or Quakers, had come to America to settle a province or tract of land granted to him by.
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Riewald (pp. ) Review by: Hugh Barbour DOI: / The beginning of the eighteenth century added several printers; Reynier Jansen moved from Holland to Philadelphia in Thomas Reading came from England to Maryland the following year, and Timothy Green, one of the youngest children of Samuel Green, the Cambridge printer, opened a second printing house in Boston in colony.
Reynier Jansen of Philadelphia thus became Pennsylvania's second printer, operating his press from until He issued in this period forty-three recorded books, pamphlets, and almanacs, the last few works with the help of his sons.
Until now Jansen has suffered the same fate as many of his eighteenth-century American printing. Philadelphia: n.p., 8vo. cloth. ix, pages. - Reynier Jansen of Philadelphia, Early American Printer: A Chapter in Seventeenth-Century Nonconformity by Jacobus Gerhardus Riewald early American printer book, ).
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Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library. TV News. Top. At this time he wrote a book, JESUS THE CRUCIFIED MAN, which was printed by Reynier Jansen in One copy of this book is still existence today.
The introduction is most significant as it details the philosophies of Keith, and of the Quakers. EARLY PHILADELPHIA PUBLISHERS Sincere thanks and appreciation goes to Deborah Children: Rev. John Davis, James Davis Sr., Mary Davis, William Davis, Elisabeth Maxson (Davis).
Penn, William, -- Seasonable caveat against popery. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Penn, William, ; Filed under: Penn, William, -- Seasonable caveat against popery The arguments of the Quakers, more particularly, of George Whitehead, William Penn, Robert Barclay, John Gratton, George Fox, Humphry Norton, and my own.
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dozens of followers through Philadelphia. He intended to cap this parade with his selection as speaker of the Assembly, having already planned a vic-tory party, complete with trumpets and guns, at a country estate later that evening.1 Keith’s electoral victory and the popular celebrations that accompaniedCited by: 9.
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Quaker Books in Colonial Pennsylvania Quaker Books in Colonial Pennsylvania Frost, J. William -- (Jerry William) J. William Frost* In Philadelphia Yearly Meeting requested six copies of every book printed by English Friends.
In Philadelphia and London agreed to send each other copies of each book defending or criticizing Friends.1 English and American Friends, if. Thomas Paine's American Crisis, – and Philadelphia Magazine, at Pittsburgh (–), –55 political, of Anchor Club, – passim public support for the Constitutional Convention, book on, – Pulitzer, by Swanberg, rev., – reform, – revival of the Aurora, On the 29th of November,Reynier Jansen, who afterward became the printer, bought of Thomas Tresse 20 acres of Liberty Lands here, and on the 7th of February,the right of citizenship, as has been said, was conferred by the Germantown Court upon Reynier.
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G., Printing Information: Wolters-Noordhoff, Groningen () - Notes: First edition.xv. INTRODUCTION. In the year Mr. Henry C. Murphy, then corresponding secretary of the Long Island Historical Society, had the good fortune to find in an old book-store in Amsterdam a manuscript whose bearings upon the history of the middle group of American colonies made it, when translated and made accessible as a publication in the Memoirs of the Long Island Historical Society, an.in the American Revolution, – in artisanship, bias, in informed citizenship, – and the Civil War, –36 and crowd violence, –20, 27 in Philadelphia school politics (–), – in politics, in prison population (–), – and prizefighting, book on,