Peter Edes

Peter Edes (December 17, 1756 – March 30, 1840) was a colonial American patriot and printer and an advocate of American independence before and during the American Revolution, during which he was arrested for his show of support for the patriots. After the war, he moved his shop to Boston, then to Rhode Island, and again to the District of Maine, where he became the first printer to establish a printing house. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1785
Printed by Peter Edes, in State-Street
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by Lathrop, John
Published 1784
Printed by Peter Edes, in State-Street
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by Paine, Thomas
Published 1782
Philadelphia, printed. Boston: re-printed by Benjamin Edes & Sons, in Cornhill, near the market
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Published 1784
Printed and sold by Benjamin Edes & Sons, in Cornhill
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by Currie, James
Published 1799
Printed by Peter Edes of Augusta, in the District of Maine. Sold by Mr. Edes of Augusta, and Mr. Bass of Hallowell, in Maine; and by the booksellers of Boston, New-York, and Philadelphia
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