1774.029: Speech Intended to have been Spoken.

Published: 1774

Full Title: A speech intended to have been spoken on the bill for altering the charters of the colony of Massachusetts Bay. By the celebrated Jonathan Shipley, Bishop of Saint Asaph.

Author: Shipley, Jonathan (1714-88).

Place Issued: Williamsburg

Issuing Press: John Pinkney

Description: 16 pgs.; (8vo).


"Printed by John Pinkney, for the benefit of Clementina Rind's Children." Clementina Rind died September 25, 1774, leaving her press in the hands of John Pinkney, her shop foreman; he also served as the guardian of her children during the probating of her and her husband's estate; William Rind had died in August 1773. Some bibliographers silently emend this printer's name to Pinckney, the spelling commonly used by the noted South Carolina family; yet he used the Pinkney spelling in his imprints.

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