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The Barber's shop. [electronic resource] : Kept by Sir David Razor, grand secretary to the Worshipful Association of Free and Accepted Barbers; shaver to his venerability the deputy scribe of the Ancient and Honourable Roustigouche Society, Branch no. 174; weatherwise-general to his own family and neighbourhood; story-teller; "guesser;" observer of men and manners; joke-cracker; sleeve-laugher, &c. &c. &c.

Publication:
Salem [Mass.] : Published by Cushing & Appleton; to whom communications (post paid) may be addressed. Sold by them, and by every bookseller in the United States, who has taste himself, or whose customers have it, [1807]
Series:
American Historical Periodicals from the American Antiquarian Society.
American Historical Periodicals from the American Antiquarian Society
Format/Description:
Journal/Periodical
1 online resource : illustrations
Frequency irregular
No. 1 [Aug. 14, 1807]-no. 4 (Nov. 4, 1807).
Erroneous ending deate of 1808 recorded in ULS.
Subjects:
Republican Party (U.S. : 1792-1828) -- Periodicals.
Barbers -- Humor -- Periodicals.
American wit and humor -- Periodicals.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1801-1809 -- Periodicals.
Form/Genre:
Political periodicals.
Comic periodicals.
Printed wrappers (Binding)
Relief prints.
Place of Publication:
United States Massachusetts Salem.
Notes:
Reproduction of the original from the American Antiquarian Society.
Cover title.
"During the bitter political campaign of 1807 and 1808, Cushing and Appleton were the publishers of three small humorous periodicals, in all of which the Republican Party was the object of ridicule and satire. John S. Appleton, the junior member of the firm, was a well-known wit, whose pen was very active in furnishing material ...'The Barber shop' ... was published in four parts ... first part published Aug. 14, 1807, 2d Sept. 4, 1807, 3d Sept. 29, 1807, 4th Nov. 10, 1807."--Tapley, Harriet Silvester. Salem imprints, 1768-1825 (Salem, Mass., 1927), p. 183-185, 410-411.
Isaac Story (1774-1803) is sometimes attributed as the editor. His death several years previous to publication makes this impossible. It also seems unlikely that Isaac Story (1749-1816), pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Marblehead, was involved with the publication.
Ascribed to the printing office of Joshua Cushing by Tapley.
Cited in:
Shaw, R.R. American bibliography, 12079
Contributor:
Appleton, John Sparhawk, 1775-1824, editor.
Cushing, Joshua, 1775-1832, printer.
Cushing & Appleton, publisher.
OCLC:
1041710333
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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