Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers in the Library of Congress
167. Courier de Boston: affiches, annonces, et avis.
w., Apr. 23-Oct. 15, 1789. Classified as AP21.A2C7.
Note: In April, 1789, he (Samuel Hall) began print- ing
in the French language, a newspaper, entitled Courier de Boston.
This was a weekly paper, printed on a sheet of crown in quarto,
for J. Nancrede, a Frenchman, who then taught the language of his
nation at the university, and was afterwards a bookseller in Boston;
but his name did not appear in the imprint of the paper. (Isaiah
Thomas, The History of printing in America. v. 1, page 178. Boston,
1874.) Paged continuously. Ceased pub- lication with Oct. 15, 1789.
Publisher: Samuel Hall.
L.C. file contains:
|| Apr. 23-Oc.t 15. 1 v.
|| Apr. 23-Oct. 15. 1 v. Note Page 206-208 of Oct.15,
is missing, but replaced by photostat copies.
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