1767 1ed Colonial America Boston Protests Florida William V of Orange Gunpowder

URBAN, Sylvanus [Edward Cave]

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The Gentleman’s Magazine was an English periodical which first appeared in 1731. It was published without interruption for nearly 200 years and was the first of its kind to use the term ‘magazine’. It was published by Edward Cave, pseud. Sylvanus Urban.

 

This volume from the 1767 edition includes a variety of important and interesting content including:

  • Protests against British rule in Boston
  • Regulations made to trade with India and America
  • Expulsion of Jesuits from England
  • Regulations placed on firearms and gunpowder, game and hunting laws
  • Marriage, wedding of William V Prince of Orange
  • Curious essay on the advantages of immigrating to and settling in East Florida

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1767 1ed Colonial America Boston Protests Florida William V of Orange Gunpowder

 

The Gentleman’s Magazine was an English periodical which first appeared in 1731. It was published without interruption for nearly 200 years and was the first of its kind to use the term ‘magazine’. It was published by Edward Cave, pseud. Sylvanus Urban.

 

This volume from the 1767 edition includes a variety of important and interesting content including:

  • Protests against British rule in Boston
  • Regulations made to trade with India and America
  • Expulsion of Jesuits from England
  • Regulations placed on firearms and gunpowder, game and hunting laws
  • Marriage, wedding of William V Prince of Orange
  • Curious essay on the advantages of immigrating to and settling in East Florida

 

Item number: #16559

Price: $599

 

URBAN, Sylvanus [Edward Cave]

 

The Gentleman’s Magazine: and historical Chronicle

 

London: printed for D. Henry, 1767. First edition.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Textually complete
    • [4], 640, [16]
    • Pagination errors as expected
    • Includes 9 of 20 plates
  • Provenance: Armorial Bookplate – Charles MacKenzie of Kilcoy
    • Charles MacKenzie of Kilcoy was an ensign in the 78th Highlanders, 2nd battalion established in 1794. The regiment received battle honors in the Battle of Assaye, as well as the Battle of Maida and the Invasion of Java during the Napoleonic Wars. The regiment would merge with the 72nd Highlanders in 1881 to become the Seaforth Highlanders.
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Leather; tight and secure
  • Size: ~8.25in X 5.5in (20.5cm x 14cm)

 

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16559

Categories

Americana, American History

Law & Government

Authors

URBAN, Sylvanus [Edward Cave]

Printing Date

18th Century

Language

English

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent