THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE—JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES IN THE POLITICAL CLUB; DATED MAY 1745

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47 pp. [181—228] In wraps, 5.375” x 7.75. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. This journal was the successor of the first “Magazine” published in America, by Andrew Bradford of Boston in 1740 (three days ahead of Benjamin Franklin’s General Magazine, published Philadelphia). This issue features a debate on the Question of the Supply for British Troops during the War of Austrian Succession. In protective sleeve.  [JP] [ph:L]

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