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The Resource Proposals, for printing in a neat pocket volume, handsomely bound and gilt with gold on the back, Regulations, for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States. : Conditions. This book will be printed with a new type---on good paper, of the size of a crown duodecimo, and will contain about 160 pages, adorned with eight elegant copper-plates. The price to the subscribers will be only six shillings each. They who subscribe for six shall have a seventh gratis---and they who subscribe for one hundred shall have twenty-five gratis. It will be put to press as soon as 300 are subscribed for, and finished in about six weeks from said time. Subscriptions are taken in by Mess. Thomas and Samuel Green, printers in New-Haven; Mr. John Trumbull, printer Norwich; Mess. Babcock and Haswell, printers, Springfield; Mess. Balentine and Webster, printers, Albany; Mess. Willis and Wight, Mr Robert Hodge, Mr. Nathaniel Coverly, printers, Boston; Mr. William Green, Mr. Benjamin Larkin, book-binders, Boston; Mr. Bavil Webster, printer, and the subscriber, Hartford; and by a number of gentlemen in several of the United States., Nathaniel Patten. Hartford, January 4, 1783, Subscribers names. Place of abode. Number of books, (electronic resource)

Proposals, for printing in a neat pocket volume, handsomely bound and gilt with gold on the back, Regulations, for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States. : Conditions. This book will be printed with a new type---on good paper, of the size of a crown duodecimo, and will contain about 160 pages, adorned with eight elegant copper-plates. The price to the subscribers will be only six shillings each. They who subscribe for six shall have a seventh gratis---and they who subscribe for one hundred shall have twenty-five gratis. It will be put to press as soon as 300 are subscribed for, and finished in about six weeks from said time. Subscriptions are taken in by Mess. Thomas and Samuel Green, printers in New-Haven; Mr. John Trumbull, printer Norwich; Mess. Babcock and Haswell, printers, Springfield; Mess. Balentine and Webster, printers, Albany; Mess. Willis and Wight, Mr Robert Hodge, Mr. Nathaniel Coverly, printers, Boston; Mr. William Green, Mr. Benjamin Larkin, book-binders, Boston; Mr. Bavil Webster, printer, and the subscriber, Hartford; and by a number of gentlemen in several of the United States., Nathaniel Patten. Hartford, January 4, 1783, Subscribers names. Place of abode. Number of books, (electronic resource)

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Proposals, for printing in a neat pocket volume, handsomely bound and gilt with gold on the back, Regulations, for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States. : Conditions. This book will be printed with a new type---on good paper, of the size of a crown duodecimo, and will contain about 160 pages, adorned with eight elegant copper-plates. The price to the subscribers will be only six shillings each. They who subscribe for six shall have a seventh gratis---and they who subscribe for one hundred shall have twenty-five gratis. It will be put to press as soon as 300 are subscribed for, and finished in about six weeks from said time. Subscriptions are taken in by Mess. Thomas and Samuel Green, printers in New-Haven; Mr. John Trumbull, printer Norwich; Mess. Babcock and Haswell, printers, Springfield; Mess. Balentine and Webster, printers, Albany; Mess. Willis and Wight, Mr Robert Hodge, Mr. Nathaniel Coverly, printers, Boston; Mr. William Green, Mr. Benjamin Larkin, book-binders, Boston; Mr. Bavil Webster, printer, and the subscriber, Hartford; and by a number of gentlemen in several of the United States.
Title
Proposals, for printing in a neat pocket volume, handsomely bound and gilt with gold on the back, Regulations, for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States.
Title remainder
Conditions. This book will be printed with a new type---on good paper, of the size of a crown duodecimo, and will contain about 160 pages, adorned with eight elegant copper-plates. The price to the subscribers will be only six shillings each. They who subscribe for six shall have a seventh gratis---and they who subscribe for one hundred shall have twenty-five gratis. It will be put to press as soon as 300 are subscribed for, and finished in about six weeks from said time. Subscriptions are taken in by Mess. Thomas and Samuel Green, printers in New-Haven; Mr. John Trumbull, printer Norwich; Mess. Babcock and Haswell, printers, Springfield; Mess. Balentine and Webster, printers, Albany; Mess. Willis and Wight, Mr Robert Hodge, Mr. Nathaniel Coverly, printers, Boston; Mr. William Green, Mr. Benjamin Larkin, book-binders, Boston; Mr. Bavil Webster, printer, and the subscriber, Hartford; and by a number of gentlemen in several of the United States.
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Nathaniel Patten. Hartford, January 4, 1783, Subscribers names. Place of abode. Number of books
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Printer
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Language
eng
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MWA
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W41422
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1752?-1834
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Patten, Nathaniel
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non fiction
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1752?-1834
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  • Patten, Nathaniel
  • Thomas and Samuel Green (Firm)
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  • United States
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Proposals, for printing in a neat pocket volume, handsomely bound and gilt with gold on the back, Regulations, for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States. : Conditions. This book will be printed with a new type---on good paper, of the size of a crown duodecimo, and will contain about 160 pages, adorned with eight elegant copper-plates. The price to the subscribers will be only six shillings each. They who subscribe for six shall have a seventh gratis---and they who subscribe for one hundred shall have twenty-five gratis. It will be put to press as soon as 300 are subscribed for, and finished in about six weeks from said time. Subscriptions are taken in by Mess. Thomas and Samuel Green, printers in New-Haven; Mr. John Trumbull, printer Norwich; Mess. Babcock and Haswell, printers, Springfield; Mess. Balentine and Webster, printers, Albany; Mess. Willis and Wight, Mr Robert Hodge, Mr. Nathaniel Coverly, printers, Boston; Mr. William Green, Mr. Benjamin Larkin, book-binders, Boston; Mr. Bavil Webster, printer, and the subscriber, Hartford; and by a number of gentlemen in several of the United States., Nathaniel Patten. Hartford, January 4, 1783, Subscribers names. Place of abode. Number of books, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • In Library Company of Philadelphia EAI Supplement
  • Regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States, printed and for sale by Nathaniel Patten (Evans 18267), was advertised in the April 1, 1783, issue of the Connecticut courant
  • Not in Evans or Bristol
Control code
lcp000261079
Dimensions
18 x 14 cm
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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  • 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)
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(OCoLC)173259380
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Proposals, for printing in a neat pocket volume, handsomely bound and gilt with gold on the back, Regulations, for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States. : Conditions. This book will be printed with a new type---on good paper, of the size of a crown duodecimo, and will contain about 160 pages, adorned with eight elegant copper-plates. The price to the subscribers will be only six shillings each. They who subscribe for six shall have a seventh gratis---and they who subscribe for one hundred shall have twenty-five gratis. It will be put to press as soon as 300 are subscribed for, and finished in about six weeks from said time. Subscriptions are taken in by Mess. Thomas and Samuel Green, printers in New-Haven; Mr. John Trumbull, printer Norwich; Mess. Babcock and Haswell, printers, Springfield; Mess. Balentine and Webster, printers, Albany; Mess. Willis and Wight, Mr Robert Hodge, Mr. Nathaniel Coverly, printers, Boston; Mr. William Green, Mr. Benjamin Larkin, book-binders, Boston; Mr. Bavil Webster, printer, and the subscriber, Hartford; and by a number of gentlemen in several of the United States., Nathaniel Patten. Hartford, January 4, 1783, Subscribers names. Place of abode. Number of books, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In Library Company of Philadelphia EAI Supplement
  • Regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States, printed and for sale by Nathaniel Patten (Evans 18267), was advertised in the April 1, 1783, issue of the Connecticut courant
  • Not in Evans or Bristol
Control code
lcp000261079
Dimensions
18 x 14 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)173259380

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