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150. The Boston post-boy. w., June 11, 1750-Dec. 23, 1754.

Note: Continuation of The Boston weekly post-boy. The last known issue is Dec. 23, 1754, which may have been the last issue published, although Isaiah Thomas in his History of printing says he believed it continued "until within a few weeks of the time when the provincial stamp act took place in 1755 (Apr. 30)." Revived Aug. 22, 1757, by new publishers, under the title The Boston weekly advertiser.

Publisher: Ellis Huske.

L.C. file contains:


1750. Sept. 3. Box 10, Fol. 33
1751. June 3. Sept. 23. Nov. 25. Mutilated: June 3, Sept. 3. Box 10, Fol. 34
1752. Mar. 16. Box 10, Fol. 35
1753. Mar. 12. Mutilated: Mar. 12. Box 10, Fol. 35

MICROFORMS
1750-1754. June 11-Dec. 23. (microprint)

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