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Letters of Peter Timothy, printer of Charleston, South Carolina, to Benjamin Franklin

Peter Timothy

Letters of Peter Timothy, printer of Charleston, South Carolina, to Benjamin Franklin

by Peter Timothy

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Published by The Black Cat Press in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Charleston (S.C.),
  • South Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Timothy, Peter, 1725?-1782 -- Correspondence.,
    • Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790 -- Correspondence.,
    • Printers -- South Carolina -- Correspondence.,
    • Charleston (S.C.) -- Imprints.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited, with an introduction by Douglas C. McMurtrie.
      GenreCorrespondence.
      ContributionsMcMurtrie, Douglas C. 1888-1944., Black Cat Press., Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ232 .T58
      The Physical Object
      Pagination19 p. ;
      Number of Pages19
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6322282M
      LC Control Number35012696

      Speaking For Themselves (Volume 1) book download Mary Soames Download Speaking For Themselves (Volume 1) People speak: people talk about. Kids Speak: Children Talk About Themselves, Volume 1 Chaim Walder,Yonathan Gerstein Limited preview - Speaking for Themselves: The Personal Letters of Winston and. Speak was also named a Printz. The South Carolina Gazette () was South Carolina's first successful newspaper. The paper began in under J. Whitemarsh in Charlestown (now Charleston), but within two years Whitemarsh died of yellow another former printer with Benjamin Franklin, Lewis Timothy, revived the Gazette [1] and ran it until his accidental death in December

      Louis Timothee or Lewis Timothy was a prominent Colonial American printer in the Colonies of Pennsylvania and South Carolina, who worked for Benjamin was the first American librarian.. Early life. Timothy was born in Holland to French Huguenot parents who lived in Rotterdam because his parents left France to get away from religious persecution. As a young . The printer TJ labeled a Tory was evidently Benjamin Franklin Timothy, publisher of the South-Carolina State Gazette and founder, in January , of the short-lived Federal Carolina Gazette (Richard B. Davis and Milledge B. Seigler, “Peter Freneau, Carolina Republican,” Journal of Southern History, 13 [], ; Brigham, American.

      Charleston Genealogy (in Charleston County, SC) USA (1,,) > South Carolina (16,) > Charleston County (1,) > Charleston (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. PRINTER: Peter Timothy (d. ) was born in Holland and emigrated to Philadelphia in as a young boy. A printer by trade, his rather, Louis Timothy (d) was an early business partner of Benjamin Franklin. In the family moved to Charleston, South Carolina.


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InBenjamin Franklin sent the young couple to Charleston, South Carolina (then called Charles Town), to replace the dead printer, Eleazar Phillips, who was a business associate of Franklin.

Louis Timothee anglicized his name to Lewis Timothy and took over printing of the South Carolina Gazette after Thomas Whitmarsh, Eleazar Phillips. : Letters of Peter Timothy, Printer of Charleston, South Carolina, to Benjamin Franklin (): Peter Timothy, Douglas C.

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Timothy arranged with Benjamin Franklin to revive the South Carolina Gazette weekly newspaper. He went to Charleston by himself in the later part of He started publishing the newspaper on 2 February Timothy followed later from Philadelphia and went to Charleston in the spring of 2.

Peter Timothy (c. –81), the son of Lewis Timothée, was the printer of the South Carolina Gazette; see above, V, letter has been published: Hennig Cohen, ed., “Four Letters from Peter Timothy, ,” South Carolina Historical Magazine, LV (), –4; the editor’s annotations are frequently cited below.

The South Carolina Gazette () was South Carolina's first successful newspaper. The paper began in under Thomas Whitmarsh in Charlestown (now Charleston), but within two years Whitmarsh died of yellow fever. In another former printer with Benjamin Franklin, Lewis Timothy, revived the Gazette and ran it until his accidental death in December Elizabeth Timothy or Elisabet Timothee (30 June – April ) was a prominent colonial American printer and newspaper publisher in the colony of South Carolina who worked for Benjamin was the first woman in America to become a newspaper publisher and also the first woman to hold a franchise in America.

Peter Timothy (c. –), son of Lewis Timothée (see above, I, n), took over the printing business from his widowed mother,and printed the South Carolina Gazette, with some interruptions and a change of title, until his death.

BF appointed him postmaster for South Carolina,and for the Southern District, He was clerk of the Assembly and. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Letters of Peter Timothy, Printer of Charleston, South Carolina, to Benjamin Fra at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. Ann Timothy (c), printer & newspaper publisher, was born Ann Donavan, probably in Charleston, S.C. At St. Phillip’s Church in Charleston, on Dec. 8,she married Peter Timothy (), who about this time became publisher of the South Carolina Gazette, the colony’s first permanent newspaper, earlier published by his father, Lewis Timothy, & his.

Benjamin Franklin was born on Milk Street, in Boston, Massachusetts, on Januand baptized at Old South Meeting House. He was one of seventeen children born to Josiah Franklin, and one of ten born by Josiah's second wife, Abiah Folger; the daughter of Peter Foulger and Mary Benjamin's siblings were his older brother James and his.

Elizabeth Timothy In Novemberprinter Lewis Timothy of Philadelphia arranged with Benjamin Franklin to revive the South Carolina Gazette weekly newspaper on a six-year franchise contract.

Lewis traveled to Charleston in late by himself, and started publishing the newspaper on February 2, Biography - South Carolina Newspaper Publisher - Immigrant & Widow Elizabeth Timothy Elizabeth Timothy (d. ), printer & newspaper publisher, was born in Holland.

She left Holland inwith her husband Lewis & their 4 young children, all under the age of 6, sailing from Rotterdam inwith other French Huguenots fleeing the. colonial printer, politics, commerce, and the physical growth of Charleston.

Other letters from Peter Timothy to Franklin, edited by D. McMurtrie, are to be found in this Magazine, XXXV (Oct., ), Letters from Franklin to Timothy appear in The Writings of Benjamin Franklin (New York, ), edited by Albert H.

Smyth. Information on. Scottish Printers and Booksellers in Charleston~ S.C. South Carolina, was the chief participant. Timothy's father had been sent to Charleston in by Benjamin Franklin to operate the printing shop of his former protege, Thomas Whit­ marsh, who had died two years after establishing himself as.

Franklin and Timothy entered into a six-year business agreement whereby Franklin furnished the press and other equipment, paid one-third of the expenses, and was to receive a third of the profits from the enterprise.

Timothy revived the South Carolina Gazette in The following year, his wife and children joined him in Charles Town, where. Historical Lewis Timothy Print Shop in Charleston South Carolina. But 2 years later, Lewis Timothy died in December Without missing an issue, his widow continued publication of the Gazette in the name of her eldest son, Peter, who was then about 13 years old.

A year remained on the contract with Franklin.Carolina, from the Time of their Commencement till a new Constitution was framed, of which six are sent; and the like Number, of a Bill for amending the said Constitution (upon which Timothy is exceedingly desirous of having the Doctor’s Remarks; as well as his Instructions on a Plan of Education for his Son Benjamin Franklin, who will enter.The South Carolina Gazette was South Carolina's first successful newspaper.

The paper began in under J. Whitemarsh in Charlestown (now Charleston). but within only 2 years he died of yellow fever.

In another former printer with Benjamin Franklin, Lewis Timothy, revived the Gazette and ran it until his accidental death four years later.

His widow Elizabeth then ran both .