Genealogical Data from the New York Post-boy, 1743-1773

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National Genealogical Society, 1970 - New York (N.Y.) - 188 pages
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"It should be noted that there is comparatively little duplication of genealogical information in the Post-Boy and such New York papers as The New York Journal or The New-York Mercury. There are, of course, many items in the Post-Boy concerned with New York City and the Province of New York, but at the same time the newspaper culled news from the press of the other colonies...".

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Scott taught at Wagner College.

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