Boston: Printed by Mein and Fleming, 1769.
3 columns per page. 4 pp. 1 vols. Folio. About fine condition Item #62623
Mein was the owner of the "London Bookshop" and a lending library; one of his patrons was John Adams. Quickly becoming popular, the shop began to gross £80 weekly. Mein was elected a Boston constable, a post he never could have attained without Sam Adam's approval. By late 1767 he felt himself able to undertake publication of a twice-weekly newspaper, the Boston Chronicle.
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