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173. Green & Russell's Boston post-boy & advertiser. w., Jan. 1, 1759-May 23, 1763.

Note: Continuation of The Boston weekly advertiser, beginning the new title Jan. 1, 1759. Continued by The Boston post-boy & advertiser, May 30, 1763.

Publisher: John Green and Joseph Russell.

L.C. file contains:


1759. Mar. 26. June 18. Oct. 22. Box 11, Fol. 11
1760. Feb. 11 (p. 1, 2). Mar. 17, 31. Apr. 21 (fragment). Sept. 15. Nov. 24 (p. 1, 2). Mutilated: Feb. 11, Mar. 17, Apr. 21, June 18, Oct. 27. Box 11, Fol. 12
1761. Feb. 2 (p. 1, 2). Apr. 27. May 4. Aug. 3. Bled: Apr. 27. Mutilated: Feb. 2. Box 11, Fol. 13
1762. Jan. 25-Dec. 27. 1 v. Supplement: Mar. 29, Nov. 1, 15. Missing: Jan. 4, 11, 18. V. 435
1763. Jan. 3-May 23. 1 v. Note: Bound with The Boston post-boy & advertiser, May 30-Dec. 26, 1763. Supplement: Feb. 7. Mutilated: Jan. 3.
Missing: Jan. 31 (p. 3, 4), Apr. 4, 11,18, 25, May 2.
V. 436

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