Item #18435 Printed subscription receipt for the “Federal Gazette,” accomplished and signed by Andrew Brown, reading : “Received from W. J. L. Coates two dollars & a quarter being his subscription for the Federal Gazette from the 8th day of Dec. 1790 to the 8th day of June 1791”. Andrew Brown, founder and.

Friends of the Constitution

Printed subscription receipt for the “Federal Gazette,” accomplished and signed by Andrew Brown, reading : “Received from W. J. L. Coates two dollars & a quarter being his subscription for the Federal Gazette from the 8th day of Dec. 1790 to the 8th day of June 1791”.

Philadelphia: 8 June 1791.

1 vols. 7 x 2 3/4 inches. Friends of the Constitution. Some light browning along left edge and light offsetting from folding Item #18435

Andrew Brown (1744-1797) established the “Federal Gazette” in 1788. It was the first journal to regularly publish the congressional debates and was the “main channel through which the friends of the federal constitution address the public” (Appleton).

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