[Boston, MA]: D. Hooton, Printer, 13, Merchants' Hall, nd . Three broadsides printed on  leaf. 31 x 62 cm. Faint old tideline and some overall toning to paper, shallow chipping along the bottom edge of one of the broadsides, not affecting image. Text of the first two broadsides is identical, but typography and borders differ, third broadside advertises an OINTMENT FOR THE ITCH.... Thomas Hollis was a druggist and chemist in Boston, Massachusetts, with offices at No. 30, Union Street. AAS notes that David Hooten is listed as a printer at 13 Merchants' Hall only in the 1834 Boston directory, helping to date this piece. Item #65708
Atwater #1739: "In all likelihood, the three advertisements printed on this sheet represent three distinct broadsides as they came off the press, prior to the sheet being cut. The text of the first two broadsides is identical, though their ornamental type frames and typefaces differ. The third broadside, also within an ornamental frame, advertises 'Ointment for the Itch.' All three bear the printers imprint 'D. Hooten, printer' beneath their frames."