A FEW INSTRUCTIONS & MEMORANDA FROM WILLIAM HUNTER (Of Williamsburg) AND BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (Of Philadelphia) TO JAMES PARKER, Comptroller of the General Post Office. With a foreword by Lester J. Cappon.

(Richmond, VA): William Byrd Press (for the Institute of Early American History and Culture), 1958. First edition thus, a "limited edition". 8vo. (2), 12 pp. 18th-century type used for a "sub-title" opposite the title page and ornament used on the front cover and title page "were found in 1939 during excavation of the site of Williamsburg's first Printing Office." The text here prints "Freshest Advices" to the Comptroller of the colonial Post Office from Hunter, the Williamsburg printer, and Franklin. Very good. Printed mulberry wrappers. (10927). Item #64649

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