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Hamilton, A. Jr. (fl. 1769-1785) Town and Country Magazine or Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction and Entertainment for the Year 1775. [Vol. 7, (1775)]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03456 Author/Creator: Hamilton, A. Jr. (fl. 1769-1785) Place Written: London, England Type: Magazine Date: 1775 Pagination: 1 v. : 724 p. : ill. ; 22 x 14 cm.

Summary of Content: Seventh annual volume of a periodical journal that resembles the Gentleman's Magazine and London Magazine in format and style. 12 monthly issues. Includes many engraved plates. Indexed at the end of the volume. Printed for A. Hamilton, Jr. Book is boxed. Front cover is detached. Includes an excerpt from a letter of a Tory woman in Charleston, Lord Chatham's speech on troops in Boston, "A Scheme for Subjecting the Colonists," "An Account of Massachusetts Bay," Cooke's voyage, and reprints from Hawksworth's Voyages.

Background Information: The Town and Country Magazine began in January 1769 and ceased December 1796 with volume 28.

People: Hamilton, A. Jr., fl. 1769-1785

Historical Era: American Revolution, 1763-1783

Subjects: JournalismGlobal History and US Foreign PolicyGlobal History and US Foreign PolicyArt, Music, Theater, and FilmRevolutionary WarWomen's HistoryLoyalistMilitary HistoryFrontiers and ExplorationMaritimeTravelAustralia and Pacific Islands

Sub Era: The War for Independence

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