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The July 5, 1800 edition of “The Columbian Centinel.. Massachusetts Federalist”. Four pages printed at Boston by Benjamin Russell. Front page political content including one critical of Thomas Jefferson. Much else including the celebration of the Declaration of independence “Solmnized with acts of devotion to almighty God, with pomp, shows, games, sports, guns…”. Also advertisements including by John Hancock, lottery ads and ship ads. Fine.

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    Fine

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    July 5 1800 Federalist Newspaper Anti-Jefferson Ads

    Auction ended on Wed, Feb 28, 2018
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