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Some notes on Isaiah Thomas and his Worcester imprints.

Charles Lemuel Nichols

Some notes on Isaiah Thomas and his Worcester imprints.

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Published by Press of C. Hamilton in Worcester, Mass .
Written in English

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  • Thomas, Isaiah, -- 1749-1831

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    StatementBy Charles L. Nichols
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 p.
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16362140M
    LC Control Number06010337

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Horace Hart loaned us six titles with Thomas imprints, including a copy of the two-volume work by Isaiah Thomas on the history of printing in America and the Octoissue of his newspaper,Massachusetts Spy. (Later Mr.

Hart purchased and gave to the Library the issue of the Massachusetts Spy for Octo ) The Printing House of Leo Hart is publishing a series of. Isaiah Thomas, Printer, WriterBefore the Club of Odd Volumes. With a Bibliography of the Books Printed by Isaiah Thomas. Charles Lemuel Nichols.

Club of Odd Volumes, - Early printed books Table of Contents. Index. References. Contents. LIFE OF ISAIAH THOMAS 3. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORCESTER IMPRINTS. LIST OF JUVENILES. Background Notes. Thomas continued running his printing business untilwhen he passed it on to his son, Isaiah Thomas, Jr. In his retirement, Isaiah Sr.

devoted his energies to writing A History of Printing in America, first published in?, and founding the American Antiquarian Society, established in 1. His Some notes on Isaiah Thomas and his Worcester imprints.

book were kept in almanacs, and they now reside in the collections of. Image 35 of The portraits of Isaiah Thomas, with a genealogy of his descendants THE DIRECT DESCENDANTS OF ISAIAH THOMAS OF WORCESTER 1.

EVAN^ and Jane Thomas of Wales, came to Boston in with four children, one being named GEORGE. First lines of the practice of physic by William Cullen,Printed by Isaiah Thomas.

Sold at his bookstore in Worcester, and by him and company in Boston edition, in English - A new edition / from the last British edition, revised, corrected and enlarged by the by: Background Notes.

At seven years old, Isaiah Thomas was placed in an apprenticeship with the printer Zechariah Fowle in Boston. Fowle was a poor printer, and it was not long before Thomas had learned the trade and conducted business better than his master. Isaiah Thomas, (born JanuBoston, Massachusetts [U.S.]—died April 4,Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.), radical anti-British printer and journalist who published the Massachusetts Spy from to (The paper continued publication until ) At an early age Thomas was apprenticed to a printer, and by the age of 17 he was regarded an excellent printer himself.

Now a rare artifact of Americana, Brooks’ book is one of only a few known copies of A Curious Hieroglyphick Bible, printed in by Isaiah Thomas in nearby Worcester, Massachusetts. This book was the first American version of a novelty Bible that replaced some words with pictures to encourage children’s interest as well as their reading skills.

Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts: Isaiah Thomas, 12mo. old, probably original calf; some gatherings are a bit pulled and the text is a bit soiled. *** Hi with the New Testament dated (as are some copies of Hills 57 respectively with and general titles); though Thomas advertised this edition in his.

Format: EBook, Book, Almanacs, Booksellers' Advertisements; Published: [Worcester, Mass.]: Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, by Isaiah Thomas, Jun.

Sold wholesale and retail at his respective bookstores in Boston and Worcester; also by Thomas & Andrews, Boston; by Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport; and by many other booksellers in the Newengland states.

Home > Old Saratoga Books > Old "No. 1": The Story of Isaiah Thomas and His Printing Press Old "No. 1": The Story of Isaiah Thomas and His Printing Press Add to cart. Leah Dobrinska of ABAA member Books Tell You Why, Inc.

discusses the founding of the American Antiquarian Society by revolutionary and pioneering printer Isaiah Thomas, and suggests some other organizations collectors should familiarize themselves with.

Isaiah Thomas was a patriot and a printer. His work as a publisher antagonized the British presence in the colonies, and he was the first. About this Item: Isaiah Thomas, Hardcover. Condition: Fair. 2nd Worcester edition. Isaiah Thomas Imprint. Hesekiah Walker's copy. He has signed the book twice, in an early hand.

Bound in full contemporary leather. Foxing to title page, and throughout. Soiling. Large stain on the first page of the New Testament, bleeding through 15 leaves. TERM. NOTES INTERMENT, JUNE From Liberal Freemason, Vol.

II, No. 4, JulyPage THE INTERMENT OF ISAIAH THOMAS. The growth of the city of Worcester having so far exceeded the conception of fifty years ago, that the public interests have long since required the abandonment for purposes of sepulture, of the "burying ground" then provided by the town, and.

Isaiah Thomas-1 folder containing: Several sheets of first coating paper made in Worcester at the mill erected by Isaiah Thomas, ; Abstract of will of Isaiah Thomas; Receipt signed by Isaiah Thomas; 3 letters written and signed by Isaiah Thomas, & ; 3 receipts to Massachusetts Spy and Thomas,& ; U.

Envelope Co. ISAIAH THOMAS (l) The History of Printing in America with a Biography of Printers, and an Account of Newspapers. Worcester, Massachusetts: Isaiah Thomas, 2 volumes. Isaiah Thomas was the leading publisher of his time and one of its leading citizens.

various places in Rhode Island, Massachusetts & Connecticut: Contemporary American binding, plain leather rubbed. A few ink margin notes, some overall toning to text, but a remarkably crisp, clean set of late colonial and Revolutionary War era almanacs, superbly preserved, with Paul Revere engravings, a map of New York's military defences during the Revolution, and a publication.

Isaiah Thomas (). Sources. Printer and publisher. Another Thomas emerged from a poor Boston family to become the most important early American printer after Benjamin early career was much like Franklin ’ s. He was born on 30 January and at age six was apprenticed to work in a print shop, even though he could not yet read.

The exhibition of Tom Thumb: [electronic resource]: being an account of many valuable and surprising curiosities which he has collected in the course of his travels, for the instruction and amusement of the American youth by James R.

Hutchins, for Isaiah Thomas, and sold wholesale and retail, at his book-store Printed at Worcester. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book, Online; [4], p. ; 14 x 23 cm. Tommy Thumb's song book, for all little masters and misses, to be sung to them by their nurses, until they can sing themselves.

Language: English: Published: Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts: by Isaiah Thomas. Sold at his bookstore., MDCCLXXXVIII. [] Edition: The first Worcester edition.

Series: Early American imprints. Since Dr. Nichols’ time, Mr. Vail has examined Isaiah Thomas’ note-books and manuscripts to ascertain whether Thomas recorded his findings about the alleged Boston Bible.

He found largely negative results. There are in the Antiquarian Society’s Library three lists, in Thomas’ handwriting, of books printed in Boston before By Edward Bangs, Esq. Delivered at Worcester. |a "An ode for the day"--verso of title page.

By Oliver Fiske. 4 |a Evans |c |a Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints series. |a Electronic text and image data. |b [Chester, Vt.: |c Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc., |d Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book, Online; 62, [2] p.: ill.

; 14 cm. (18mo). Worcester news-paperfree and uninfluenced. Proposals for circulating Thomas's Massachusetts spy in the town of Boston and its vicinity. selection from my Book stock, to the amount of or dollars, for your college library." Thomas made up his mind more quickly than his letter implied.

On May 20 he sent Alleghany his donation of volumes (a modern count was volumes, of which 78 are now missing) valued at six hundred dollars and a pair of globes valued at fifty dollars.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. New-England farmer by Deane, Samuel,by Isaiah Thomas, sold at his bookstore in Worcester, and by him and Company in Boston.

edition, Microform in English. The New-England farmer; or, Georgical dictionary containing a compendious account of the ways and methods in which the most important art of husbandry, in all its various branches, is, or may be, practised to the greatest advantage in this country.

The author and Worcester’s first newspaper publisher was Isaiah Thomas. Thomas was a man who not only helped create our nation, but also preserved the written record of that : James David Moran.

Between andIsaiah Thomas remained as the publishing powerhouse, generating imprints, exclusive of Bibles, from his Worcester facility alone, withexclusive of Bibles, that he published with Ebenezer T.

Andrews. Because of this prodigious output, the Boston-Worcester area was the largest publishing center in the United States. the Charles Lemuel Nichols Bibliography of the Books Printed by Isaiah Thomas.

THE MASSACHUSETTS CALENDAR; or an Alma­ nack. For the Year of our Lord Christ, By Ezra Gleason. Boston, • ~ Although he had issued the first of his series of almanacs • inThomas printed this one for Ezra Gleason in l]anY Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

An abridgment of Murray's English grammar [electronic resource]:. Author/Creator: Lev, Efraim. Series: Études sur le judaïsme médiéval Publication: Leiden ; Boston: Brill, Format/Description: Book.Isaiah Thomas, patriot printer and founder of the American Antiquarian Society, was born on January 30 (January 19 Old Style) in It’s quite an historical coincidence that the three most significant printers in eighteenth-century America — Benjamin Franklin, Isaiah Thomas, and Mathew Carey — were all born in January.

Isaiah Thomas (Janu – April 4, ).Americana from Little Sages Books New Arrivals. Report of The Committee on Agriculture on the Growth and Manufacture of Silk to which is annexed Essays on American Silk with Directions to Farmers for Raising Silk Worms by John D'Homergue and Peter Stephen Duponceau Seller Little Sages Books, ABAA Published Condition.