Hamilton, A. Jr. (fl. 1769-1785) Town and Country Magazine or Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction and Entertainment for the Year 1776. [Vol. 8, (1776)]
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Eighth annual volume of a periodical journal that resembles the Gentleman's Magazine and London Magazine in format and style. 12 monthly issues bound in original leather. Includes many engraved plates. Indexed at the end of the volume. Printed for A. Hamilton, Jr. Book is boxed. Includes "Description of Nova Scotia," "Description of Quebec," "Account of New York and the Jerseys," "The Present State of America," "Louisiana Described," "Products of North and South Carolina," "A Detail of the Battle of Long Island," many articles on the American Revolution, and a letter telling of a mistress of Washington who picked his pockets of letters and sent them to General Howe. There are also reviews of books and poems concerning the rebels.
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