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" ... reflections of a very high nature." They strictly forbade "any thing in print, without license first obtained from those appointed by the government to grant the same. "
Annals of Salem - Page 14
by Joseph Barlow Felt - 1849
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Specimens of Newspaper Literature: With Personal Memoirs ..., Volume 1

Joseph Tinker Buckingham - American newspapers - 1850 - 348 pages
...domestic. Immediately on its publication, it was noticed by the legislative authorities. Four days after, they spoke of it as a pamphlet; stated that it came...reflections of a very high nature." They strictly forbade " any thing in print, without license first obtained from those appointed by the government to VOL....
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The newspaper record: containing a complete list of newspapers and ...

William Turner Coggeshall - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1856 - 194 pages
...its publication, it was noticed by the Legislative authorities. It was spoken of as a pamphlet, which "came out contrary to law, and contained reflections of a very high nature." It was strictly forbidden to put anything in print, without license from those appointed by the government...
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Biographical Guide to American Literature: A Classed List of Books Published ...

Nicolas Trübner - 1859 - 554 pages
...Paper Office in London. It attracted the attention of the legislative authorities, and as they alleged it "came out contrary to law, and contained reflections of a very high nature," it was suppressed. It was to all intents and purposes a newspaper, being devoted to the record of passing...
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Trübner's Bibliographical Guide to American Literature: A Classed List of ...

Benjamin Moran, Edward Edwards - American literature - 1859 - 554 pages
...Paper Office in London. It attracted the attention of the legislative authorities, and as they alleged it " came out contrary to law, and contained reflections of a very high nature," it was suppressed. It was to all intents and purposes a newspaper, being devoted to the record of passing...
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A history of American manufactures from 1608 to 1860..: comprising annals of ...

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Business & Economics - 1861
...It was started at Boston, in 1 690, and was suppressed by the Legislature, becanse, it was alleged, "it came out contrary to Law, and contained reflections of a very high nature." The first number of this sheet, and the only one known to exist, was recently found in the Colonial...
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A History of American Manufactures, from 1608 to 1860: Exhibiting ..., Volume 1

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Industries - 1864
...was started at '' Boston, in 1 690, and was suppressed by the Legislature, because, it was alleged, "it came out contrary to Law, and contained reflections of a very high nature." The first number of this sheet, and the only one known to exist, was recently found in the Colonial...
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Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin, Volume 1

James Parton - United States - 1864
...appearance of this harmless and interesting paper, the authorities of the colony declared that it had corne out contrary to law, and " contained reflections of a very high nature." They caused its suppression, and forbade the appearance of any thing in print, unless it had been first...
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A History of American Mannfactores from 1608 to 1860

1866
...It was started at Boston, in 1 690, and was suppressed by the Legislature, because, it was alleged, "it came out contrary to Law, and contained reflections of a very high nature.77 The first number of this sheet, and the only one known to exist, was recently found in the...
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Journalism in the United States, from 1690-1872

Frederic Hudson - American newspapers - 1873 - 789 pages
...says : Immediately on its publication it was noticed by the legislative authorities. Four days after, they spoke of it as a pamphlet ; stated that it came..."reflections of a very high nature." They strictly forbade "any thing in print, without license first obtained from those appointed by the government to grant...
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Journalism in the United States: From 1690 to 1872

Frederic Hudson - American newspapers - 1873 - 789 pages
...says : Immediately on its publication it was noticed by the legislative authorities. Four days after, they spoke of it as a pamphlet ; stated that it came...reflections of a very high nature." They strictly forbade " any thing in print, without license first obtained from those appointed by the government to grant...
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