THE BOSTON-GAZETTE, AND COUNTRY JOURNAL. CONTAINING THE FRESHEST ADVICES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1771. NO. 829. Paul Revere.
THE BOSTON-GAZETTE, AND COUNTRY JOURNAL. CONTAINING THE FRESHEST ADVICES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1771. NO. 829.
THE BOSTON-GAZETTE, AND COUNTRY JOURNAL. CONTAINING THE FRESHEST ADVICES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1771. NO. 829.
THE BOSTON-GAZETTE, AND COUNTRY JOURNAL. CONTAINING THE FRESHEST ADVICES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1771. NO. 829.
THE BOSTON-GAZETTE, AND COUNTRY JOURNAL. CONTAINING THE FRESHEST ADVICES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1771. NO. 829.

THE BOSTON-GAZETTE, AND COUNTRY JOURNAL. CONTAINING THE FRESHEST ADVICES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1771. NO. 829.

[Boston: 1771]. Folio sheet, folded to 9-1/4" x 14-5/8." [4] pp. The attractive masthead, engraved by Paul Revere, depicts a seated female figure at right with liberty cap, bird cage in center. [Brigham, Paul Revere's Engravings, p. 134.] . The female figure sets free from its cage the dove of peace, with the view of a town [probably Boston] at left. Disbound, each page printed in three columns. Trimmed unevenly, light wear, shaving a few letters on the last four lines of page [3] [data on Boston weather]. Good+.

Articles discuss the danger to Jamaica and Gibraltar from "the French and Spaniards," religious controversies, "tyrannical ministers." Philo-Patriae writes on "present troubles" and "impending Bondage." Advertisements are printed, including one from Edes and Gill requesting "A likely Negro Boy, about 15 Years of Age."
Brigham, Paul Revere's Engravings, p. 134. Item #36960

Price: $750.00