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View of Faneuil-Hall in Boston, Massachusetts / W. Pierpont del. ; S. Hill sculp.

View of Faneuil-Hall in Boston, Massachusetts / W. Pierpont del. ; S. Hill sculp.

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Engraved for Massachusetts Mag. March 1789.
Illus. in: The Massachusetts magazine, or, Monthly museum of knowledge and rational entertainment. Boston, Mass. : Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, vol. I, no. III, 1789 (March), frontispiece.
Stauffer, 1402
Published in: The American Revolution in drawings and prints; a checklist of 1765-1790 graphics in the Library of Congress / Compiled by Donald H. Cresswell, with a foreword by Sinclair H. Hitchings. Washington : [For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], 1975, no. 514.

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01/01/1789
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Hill, Samuel, approximately 1766-1804, engraver
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