Edward Eveleth Powars

Edward Eveleth Powars was a printer in Boston and Worcester, Massachusetts, in the late 18th century. He published the ''Independent Chronicle'' (1776–1779), the ''Boston Evening-Post'' (1781–1784), the ''American Herald'' (1784–1790), and ''The Argus''. He worked with Nathaniel Willis as "Powars & Willis."

In 1781 he kept his printing-office in Boston, at "the lower end of State-Street, over Mr. Simon Eliot's snuff-store". He moved to Worcester in 1788, "having been humiliatingly neglected ... for printing a free paper". By 1791 he had returned to Boston. Around 1796 he lived on Temple Street.

Around 1803 he worked "as a compositor in the office of Samuel Etheridge, in Charlestown". In 1813 "he held the office of Messenger to the Governor and Council of the Commonwealth."

He later became a traveling bookseller. He died on an expedition to the Western States. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Price, Richard
Published 1790
London, printed: Boston, reprinted: by Edward E. Powars, Court Street
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by Cushing, Jacob
Published 1778
Massachusetts-state; Boston Printed by Powars and Willis
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Published 1778
Printed by Powars and Willis, for the honorable the Council of said state
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by Leacock, John
Published 1776
Philadelphia, printed: New-England, Boston; reprinted by John Gill, and Powars and Willis, in Queen-Street
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by White, Alexander
Published 1784
Printed and published by Powars and Willis, in Boston
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by Price, Richard
Published 1784
Printed in London in 1784. Re-printed in Boston in 1784, by Powars and Willis
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