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Samuel Snowden, a founding father of printing in Alexandria.

Carrol H. Quenzel

Samuel Snowden, a founding father of printing in Alexandria.

by Carrol H. Quenzel

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Published by Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Snowden, Samuel, 1771-1831,
  • The Alexandria gazette

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN4899.A45 G3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 l.
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6109111M
    LC Control Number52004834
    OCLC/WorldCa3546017

    February 5, - Virginia Journal and Alexandria Advertiser (Alexandria, VA) began printing; December 8, - Mathew Brown and Samuel Snowden published first issue of Alexandria Advertiser and Commercial Intelligencer; December 9, - purchased Columbia Mirror and Alexandria Gazette and original press from William Fowler; July Buy Samuel Snowden, a Founding Father of Printing in Alexandria Va by Carrol Hunter Quenzel, Samuel Snowden (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Carrol Hunter Quenzel, Samuel Snowden.

    failure. Thus much mention is made in local histories of the New Market. Usually the Alexandria Gazette carried announcements of the openings of new schools, but no announcement of Maffitt's school ever seems to have appeared. Because Maffitt performed the marriage of Gazette publisher Samuel Snowden to Mary Longden on .

    John B. Guthrie, afterwards a mayor of Pittsburgh, was a descendant. One of Judge Moore's daughters was united in marriage with John M. Snowden, well known as an early day editor in this county and in Pittsburgh. Another daughter was married to Major John Kirkpatrick, a Greensburg merchant. Welcome to where you'll see the entire text of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence - and much more! You'll find interesting insights into the men who wrote the Constitution, how it was created, and how the Supreme Court has interpreted the United States Constitution in the two centuries since its creation.


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The Alexandria Gazette was one of the newspapers that refused to flee enemy occupation. Instead, it held its ground. 2nd ser., 15 (): 81–88, 81; Carrol H.

Quenzel, “Samuel Snowden, A Founding Father of Printing in Alexandria,” Unpublished manuscript, Local History Special Collections, Buy this book on publisher's site. Name: Samuel Snowden First Date: ; Last Date: Function: Printer, Publisher Locales: Alexandria Precis Publisher of the long-lived Alexandria Gazette (), usually independently, though at times with Matthew Brown (), John D.

Simms (), and Samuel H. Davis (), as well as other unnamed proprietors. Samuel Snowden, A Founding Father of Printing in Alexandria, by Carrol H. Quenzel. Sent to Contributing members. Available to all other members free on request. English Prose Fiction, ijoo, by Charles C.

Mish. Sent to Contributing members. Available to all. Locales: Alexandria, Fredericksburg Precis Bookseller and bookbinder in Alexandria () and Fredericksburg () with Peter Cottom (), then independently in Alexandria (). British Major General Edward Braddock, commander-in-chief of all British forces in North America, arrived in Alexandria with about 1, British troops.

For three weeks inhe was headquartered at the house of John Carlyle (fig. 2), a prominent merchant and one of the founding fathers of Alexandria.

Braddock appointed Carlyle, who had just. Book Tour June (1) May (8) About Me. Lee Lee A native of New Jersey, Snowden arrived in Alexandria in ready to take over the city's newspaper scene. He purchased the The Columbian Mirror and Alexandria Advertiser, eliminating the competition and launching the oldest continuously published newspaper in America.

View my complete profile. "The Gazette was established in this place by the father of the present editor in ," wrote Edgar Snowden on Jan. 2, "It is, therefore, one of. Krupicka Halloween on Saturday, October Masquerading as longtime Alexandria Gazette editor Samuel Snowden, the author will give a reading of "Ghosts of Alexandria" and solicit Del Ray ghost stories.

Barnes & Noble on Saturday, October 30 from noon to 3 p.m. The author will participate in an event the bookseller is calling "Ghost Stories at. Father: Thomas Snowden, b.Prince George's County, Maryland, d. 27 Oct-to have 20 shares in the Bank of Alexandria, 16 shares in the Bank of Coluinhia, and to have one third of all the personal estate -to have the land which testator purchased from Samuel Snowden and which land is to be paid for out of the money now in.

In Septemberhe sold the house in Alexandria to William Brent of Stafford for ten thousand dollars. William Brent Jr., lost the house by indebtedness to the Mechanics Bank of Alexandria in The bank was the highest bidder at $3, Young Fitzhugh met an early death shortly after his marriage when thrown by his horse.

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Ma October 2, Samuel Snowden Snuffer Jr., 87, born Maof Christiansburg, passed away on Wednesday, October 2. Father: Thomas Snowden, b.West River, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, d. 24 MayPrince George's County, Maryland - Probate (Age 48 years) Mother: Mary Wright, b. 9 OctPrince George's County, Maryland, d.

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