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The Resource Boston, September 15, 1796. An entire new work. : Proposals for publishing by subscription, a repository of useful knowledge, most respectfully inscribed to the citizens of the United States, and all promoters of religious and moral virtues, entitled A vindication of the Bible. By Rowland Cotton. Conditions. I. This work shall be compleated in twelve numbers, octavo, printed on good paper and new type. II. Each number will contain fifty-six pages of letter-press, and an elegant copper-plate. III. They shall be delivered to subscribers once a fortnight, at a quarter of a dollar each number, to be paid for on delivery. IV. Whoever procures eight subscribers will be entitled to the seventh copy gratis. ..., The above work will be printed by Samuel Etheridge, by whom subscriptions are received at his office, No. 9, Newbury-Street. Please to keep this bill clean untill called for. Subscribers names. Places of abode. Number of copies, (electronic resource)

Boston, September 15, 1796. An entire new work. : Proposals for publishing by subscription, a repository of useful knowledge, most respectfully inscribed to the citizens of the United States, and all promoters of religious and moral virtues, entitled A vindication of the Bible. By Rowland Cotton. Conditions. I. This work shall be compleated in twelve numbers, octavo, printed on good paper and new type. II. Each number will contain fifty-six pages of letter-press, and an elegant copper-plate. III. They shall be delivered to subscribers once a fortnight, at a quarter of a dollar each number, to be paid for on delivery. IV. Whoever procures eight subscribers will be entitled to the seventh copy gratis. ..., The above work will be printed by Samuel Etheridge, by whom subscriptions are received at his office, No. 9, Newbury-Street. Please to keep this bill clean untill called for. Subscribers names. Places of abode. Number of copies, (electronic resource)

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Boston, September 15, 1796. An entire new work. : Proposals for publishing by subscription, a repository of useful knowledge, most respectfully inscribed to the citizens of the United States, and all promoters of religious and moral virtues, entitled A vindication of the Bible. By Rowland Cotton. Conditions. I. This work shall be compleated in twelve numbers, octavo, printed on good paper and new type. II. Each number will contain fifty-six pages of letter-press, and an elegant copper-plate. III. They shall be delivered to subscribers once a fortnight, at a quarter of a dollar each number, to be paid for on delivery. IV. Whoever procures eight subscribers will be entitled to the seventh copy gratis. ...
Title
Boston, September 15, 1796. An entire new work.
Title remainder
Proposals for publishing by subscription, a repository of useful knowledge, most respectfully inscribed to the citizens of the United States, and all promoters of religious and moral virtues, entitled A vindication of the Bible. By Rowland Cotton. Conditions. I. This work shall be compleated in twelve numbers, octavo, printed on good paper and new type. II. Each number will contain fifty-six pages of letter-press, and an elegant copper-plate. III. They shall be delivered to subscribers once a fortnight, at a quarter of a dollar each number, to be paid for on delivery. IV. Whoever procures eight subscribers will be entitled to the seventh copy gratis. ...
Statement of responsibility
The above work will be printed by Samuel Etheridge, by whom subscriptions are received at his office, No. 9, Newbury-Street. Please to keep this bill clean untill called for. Subscribers names. Places of abode. Number of copies
Title variation
  • Entire new work
  • Proposals for publishing by subscription, a repository of useful knowledge
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Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
MWA
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1771-1817
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Etheridge, Samuel
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1771-1817
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  • Cotton, Rowland
  • Etheridge, Samuel
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  • Cotton, Rowland
  • Publishers and publishing
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Boston, September 15, 1796. An entire new work. : Proposals for publishing by subscription, a repository of useful knowledge, most respectfully inscribed to the citizens of the United States, and all promoters of religious and moral virtues, entitled A vindication of the Bible. By Rowland Cotton. Conditions. I. This work shall be compleated in twelve numbers, octavo, printed on good paper and new type. II. Each number will contain fifty-six pages of letter-press, and an elegant copper-plate. III. They shall be delivered to subscribers once a fortnight, at a quarter of a dollar each number, to be paid for on delivery. IV. Whoever procures eight subscribers will be entitled to the seventh copy gratis. ..., The above work will be printed by Samuel Etheridge, by whom subscriptions are received at his office, No. 9, Newbury-Street. Please to keep this bill clean untill called for. Subscribers names. Places of abode. Number of copies, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • In Library Company of Philadelphia EAI Supplement
  • A book prospectus
  • One volume only of the work, entitled The generation of light, or, Vindication of the Bible (Evans 30284), was published
  • Not in Evans or Bristol; not in Ford, W.C. Broadsides
Control code
lcp000261591
Dimensions
43 x 29 cm
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Note
  • Library Company copy from the Michael Zinman Collection of Early American Imprints
  • NEH-Readex: not in Readex; not at AAS; catalogued by MWA (AAS has electrostatic copy of Zinman copy)
  • Library Company copy from the Michael Zinman Collection of Early American Imprints
  • NEH-Readex: not in Readex; not at AAS; catalogued by MWA (AAS has electrostatic copy of Zinman copy)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)176909097
  • 12
Label
Boston, September 15, 1796. An entire new work. : Proposals for publishing by subscription, a repository of useful knowledge, most respectfully inscribed to the citizens of the United States, and all promoters of religious and moral virtues, entitled A vindication of the Bible. By Rowland Cotton. Conditions. I. This work shall be compleated in twelve numbers, octavo, printed on good paper and new type. II. Each number will contain fifty-six pages of letter-press, and an elegant copper-plate. III. They shall be delivered to subscribers once a fortnight, at a quarter of a dollar each number, to be paid for on delivery. IV. Whoever procures eight subscribers will be entitled to the seventh copy gratis. ..., The above work will be printed by Samuel Etheridge, by whom subscriptions are received at his office, No. 9, Newbury-Street. Please to keep this bill clean untill called for. Subscribers names. Places of abode. Number of copies, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In Library Company of Philadelphia EAI Supplement
  • A book prospectus
  • One volume only of the work, entitled The generation of light, or, Vindication of the Bible (Evans 30284), was published
  • Not in Evans or Bristol; not in Ford, W.C. Broadsides
Control code
lcp000261591
Dimensions
43 x 29 cm
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Note
  • Library Company copy from the Michael Zinman Collection of Early American Imprints
  • NEH-Readex: not in Readex; not at AAS; catalogued by MWA (AAS has electrostatic copy of Zinman copy)
  • Library Company copy from the Michael Zinman Collection of Early American Imprints
  • NEH-Readex: not in Readex; not at AAS; catalogued by MWA (AAS has electrostatic copy of Zinman copy)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)176909097
  • 12

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