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Abel Buell, of Killingworth in Connecticut, Ieweller and Lapidary, begs leave to aequaint the Public, and the Printers of the Several Colonies, that he hath discovered the art, and hath alreday entred upon the Business of founding Types, which as Soon as he can furnish himself with Stock, will sell for the same price at which they are purchased in LONDON; in which Business he hopes for the Encouragement of the Printers, and all American Patriots

Abel Buell, of Killingworth in Connecticut, Ieweller and Lapidary, begs leave to aequaint the Public, and the Printers of the Several Colonies, that he hath discovered the art, and hath alreday entred upon the Business of founding Types, which as Soon as he can furnish himself with Stock, will sell for the same price at which they are purchased in LONDON; in which Business he hopes for the Encouragement of the Printers, and all American Patriots

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Creator: Buell, Abel, 1742-1822
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Date: [1769 May]
Publisher: [Edes & Gill]
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"Proof of an advertisement set in types of Buell’s design and casting."--D.A.B.
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1 l.
9 x 10 cm.
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Object ID: 2039717
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