Benjamin F. Prescott

Benjamin F. Prescott Benjamin Franklin Prescott (February 26, 1833 – February 21, 1895) was an American lawyer, newspaper editor, and politician from Epping, New Hampshire, who served two terms as a governor of New Hampshire. Provided by Wikipedia

by Prescott, Benjamin
Published 1735
Printed for D. Henchman, at the corner shop over against the Brick Meeting-House in Cornhill
Subjects: '; ...Prescott, Benjamin / 1687-1777 / Letter relating to the divisions in the First Church in Salem...

by Prescott, Benjamin
Published 1743
Printed by Green, Bushell, and Allen, for Samuel Eliot in Cornhil

by Prescott, Benjamin
Published 1735
Printed by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill, where may be had all the pamphlets that have been published relating to the Salem controversy

by Prescott, Benjamin
Published 1734
Printed by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill; where may be had the Platform of church-discipline, and New-England's lamentations, with other things relating to church-government, &c

by Prescott, Benjamin
Published 1745
Printed for D. Gookin in Marlborough-Street, over against the Old South Meeting-House

by Chandler, William Eaton
Published 1877
Other Authors: '; ...Prescott, Benjamin Franklin...

by Gay, Ebenezer
Published 1747
Printed by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street
Other Authors: '; ...Prescott, Benjamin...