1807.063: Report on the Virginia Colony Bicentennial Jubilee.
Full Title: Report of the proceedings of the late jubilee at James-town, in commemoration of the 13th May, the second centesimal anniversary of the settlement of Virginia; containing the order of procession, the prayer of Bishop Madison, the orations, the odes and toasts; together with the proceedings at Williamsburg on the 15th, the day when the Convention of Virginia assembled in the old capitol, declared her independent and recommended a similar procedure to Congress and to the other states. Reported by the Select committee.
Author: Committee conducting Virginia Colony Bicentennial Jubilee.
Place Issued: Petersburg
Issuing Press: William F. McLaughlin
Description: 48 pgs.; 22 cm. (8vo).
Imprint reports: "Petersburg: Published by Wm. F. M'Laughlin, and J. O'Connor, Norfolk." This item was a joint venture between the two printers, with O'Connor apparently financing the title's production from the Petersburg press of newcomer McLaughlin; the large number of surviving copies suggests that this venture was a profitable one for both tradesmen.
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