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Columbian Centinel No. 3100, Dec. 22, 1813 by  ed  Benjamin - First Edition - 1813 - from Page One, Too; Antiquarian Books and Biblio.com.au

Columbian Centinel No. 3100, Dec. 22, 1813

by Russell, Benjamin, ed

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Boston: William Burdick, 1813. The original newspaper, 4 pp. in fair condition, edges very tattered. No words lost.. First Edition.

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