Letter Ii. To The Freemen Of Alnwick. My Good Friends And Brethren, I Told You In My First And Introductory Letter, That I Believed I Could Let You A  by Robert RichardsonLetter Ii. To The Freemen Of Alnwick. My Good Friends And Brethren, I Told You In My First And Introductory Letter, That I Believed I Could Let You A  by Robert Richardson

Letter Ii. To The Freemen Of Alnwick. My Good Friends And Brethren, I Told You In My First And…

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Signed at end: "An old Craftsman", i.e. Robert Richardson, junior, clerk to the Alnwick Council. Dated at head: "December, 6, 1781". The second of seven letters published between 28 November 1781 and 1 February 1782 (cf. C. Clark Burman, 'An account of the art of typography as practised in Alnwick from 1781 to 1815', Alnwick, 1896, pp.10-11). Place of printing and printer's name from the colophon of the first letter. The "great man" = the Duke of Northumberland. Title from drop-head title and opening lines of text.

[Alnwick : printed by T. Alder, 1781]. 12p. ; 8°

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Title:Letter Ii. To The Freemen Of Alnwick. My Good Friends And Brethren, I Told You In My First And…Format:PaperbackDimensions:20 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.04 inPublished:August 6, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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