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204. The Weekly rehearsal. w., Sept. 27, 1731-Aug. 11, 1735.

Note: "The Weekly rehearsal...was carried on at the expense of some gentlemen who formed themselves into a political or literary club, and wrote for it. At the head of this club was the late celebrated Jeremy (Jeremiah) Gridley, Esq., who was the real editor of the paper. (Thomas's History of printing in America, v. 1, page 125, Albany, 1874.) The last issue was that of August 11, 1735. Continued by The Boston evening- post, Aug. 18, 1735.

Publisher: Sept. 27, 1731, John Draper for the author. (Jeremiah Gridley.)
                 Apr. 2, 1733, Thomas Fleet.

Printer: Aug. 21, 1732, Thomas Fleet.

L.C. file contains:


1732. May 1, 8. July 3. Sept. 4. Dec. 25. Mutilated: May 1, Dec. 25. Box 12, Fol. 18

MICROFORMS
1731-1735. Sept. 27-Aug. 11. (microprint)
1731-1735. Sept. 27-Aug. 11. (microflim) #2894

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